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Weekend Blast July 8 – 11

Submitted by on July 8, 2010 – 2:34 pmNo Comment

All of the stars have aligned in a vortex of Hamptons events this weekend which gives new meaning to “there’s something for everyone.”

 ArHamptons

Thursday July 8 – Sunday July 11

ArtHamptons

With 95 galleries from all over the world, the people watching is as much fun as perusing the incredibly diverse post-war and contemporary art work.  For the avid collector or art nubie there is a feast for the eyes and for the mind with various lectures, book signings, and chances to meet the artists as well as food and beverage and live music.

Thursday July 8 6pm – 9pm is the opening to benefit the LongHouse Reserve public programs.  The incredible gallery, arboretum, and sculpture gardens in East Hampton are one of our local artistic treasures.

$65 per person online or $75 per person at door which includes 3-Day General Admission Pass.

For General Admission it is $15 one day or $25 for a three day pass, hours are 11 – 7 Friday and Saturday and 11 – 6 on Sunday.

And for those looking to buy you will see price points from a few hundred dollars to multi millions so bring your checkbook or brinks truck.

ArtHamptons.com, Sayre Park, 156 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton

 DJ Lady Bunny

Saturday July 10

Empire State Pride Agenda Foundation Tea Dance 4p – 9p

The Ark Project, 60 Millstone Road, Watermill

Say it with me Boogie – Boogie Oogie Oogie.  This is the pinnacle event of the summer for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender crowd not to mention anyone who loves to dance to the grooves of DJ Lady Bunny.  It’s an all inclusive event where all booty shakers are welcome.  The event raises funds for the Empire State Pride Agenda which works tirelessly to enhance the lives of LGBT New Yorkers and it is FUNN with a who’s who of leaders in politics, business, art, fashion, philanthropy, and design.  Tickets are $100 in advance and $150 at the door if available.  This does sell out fast.

www.prideagenda.org or call 212-627-0305

 

1DvonMuefflingVLHoffmanSGreenfield_062009[1]Saturday July 10

Love Heals At Luna Farm 7:30p – 11:00p

270 Parsonage Lane, Sagaponack

Love Heals which benefits the Alison Gertz Foundation for AIDS Education is hosting its 11th annual event at a beautiful private farm and is presented this year by SONY NEX cameras and co-hosted by Peter Davis and Mary Alice Stephenson.  The theme is “A Picture Perfect Summer” with silent auction (seriously one of the best in the Hamptons), cocktails, dancing, and BBQ courtesy of Deforest Gibbs of Charleston South Carolina.  Remember finger licking can be a shared sport – marriages have begun on this magical night where sophisticated singles come together.

LoveHeals.org/luna or call to purchase tix Harrison & Shriftman at 917-351-8653, $250 advance and $300 at door.

 

 

photo credit Patrick McMullan

photo credit Patrick McMullan

Saturday July 10

 

 

Parrish Art Museum Midsummer Party 7pm – 12

If there is an event that mixes social register high society, celebs, and artists of all métiers, it is the much anticipated Parrish Art Museum Midsummer Party.  Many a midsummer night’s dream are fulfilled in the gorgeous (and air conditioned) tents at this benefit which funds a major Hamptons cultural institution.  For the elaborate dinner and dancing the tickets start at $1,000 but the real hot spot for the younger see and be seen set is the After Ten Party where tickets are $150 for drinks, dancing, and dessert.  This year the event honors Beth Rudin DeWoody and Ross Bleckner.

Parrishart.org, Parrish Art Museum 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton 631-283-2118

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