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'Get Out' Guide: Dance and Raise Cash for Cancer Research or Spring into Broadway

The top suggestions on where to spend your weekend in East Hampton.

After a fun-filled St. Patrick’s Day weekend, here's to a more relaxing weekend in East Hampton. Get ready for spring with the Choral Society of the Hamptons performing, “It Might As Well Be Spring,” or join Dance Hampton in a Dance Away Cancer Dance-A-Thon.

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Where/When: at, Friday, 5 to 8 p.m.
Why Go:
The dance-a-thon will raise money for Harbor Heroes Relay for Life and the Memorial Sloan Kettering Pediatric Research fund in memory of . So raise some money and dance away cancer the best you can.
Pricing:
A minimum donation is $25 for the dance but people are encouraged to get sponsors and raise as much as they can.

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Where/When: , Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Why Go:
Sommelier Kelly Matis pairs wines with a four-course dinner by Executive Chef James Carpenter. Try some delicious food with carefully paired wine. Check out the menu and to check if you like what you see.
Pricing:
$95; reservations recommended

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Where/When: , Saturday, 5 p.m.- 6p.m.
Why Go:
New School Professor Joseph Salvatore speaks about how Jonathan Franzen could be our contemporary Henry James during the BookHampton 2011 Winter Lecture Series.
Pricing:
Free

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Where/When: , Saturday, at 8 p.m. (come early cause it’s a small shop)
Why Go:
Go see a live performance of local talents, Mick Hargreaves, Lisa Bonner & Friends, Sara Hartman and Robert Bruey hosted by Cynthia Daniels, Grammy Award winning recording engineer. The show is recorded for use on Monk Music Radio currently on public access WEER 88.7 FM and WPPB 88.3.
Pricing:
Free, but a donation for the food pantry is encouraged

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Where/When: , Sunday at 5 p.m.
Why Go:
The Choral Society of the Hamptons will be abandoning their usual classical repertoire for some more Broadway style music. Join the fun and celebrate spring.
Pricing:
Preferred seating $50; Adult $25 or $35 at the door $35; Youth $10 or $15 at the door

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