— Christopher Janney's ‘What is a Heart', a film of his signature performance piece “HeartBeat,” will be shown at Guild Hall in East Hampton at 8 p.m. It opens with a live set by The Persuasions.
— The Hampton Classic continues on Tuesday. Bring three or more items to donate to the Sag Harbor Food Pantry and get into the show for free. Tuesday's special activities include a reading with author John Caine at noon, and a visit with the Wolf Conservation Center's Atka the wolf at 11 a.m.
— However, Tuesday's weather may not be great. Rain showers are expected early with some sunshine later in the day. High near 80F.
— Looking forward past Labor Day, the East Hampton Neighborhood House Early Learning Program will host a "Back to School Movie Night" on Sept. 6. "Madacascar 3, Europe's Most Wanted" will be played on the big screen. Admission is $5, or $20 for a family of five. The movie begins at dark. Bring your blankets & beach chairs.
— Congrats to Nanci e. LaGarenne on her new novel, "Cheap Fish." She held a book signing at the Montauk Bookshop, and posted a note of thanks on Patch.
— Speaking of books recently published, Amagansett's own Timothy Blutstein has released his first book, “Utter Nonsense; Tales from the Other Side," an 80,000-word collection of short stories. According to the description, "The pages of "Utter Nonsense" are filled with dreams, spirits, nature, insanity, couples, gunfights, manhunts, chases, suspense, quelled by tranquil and serene moments." Blutstein was a classmate of mine at the Ross School. Congrats, Tim!
- Find a new home in East Hampton.
- Or visit a few open houses.
- What’s playing at the movies … and when?
- High and low tide times.
- Advertise your yard sale ahead of the weekend.
- See those yard sales pop up on our map.