Thursday will be a busy one. From religious services during the holy week to concerned citizen groups voicing their opinions, here's what you should know about the day ahead.
1. Maundy Thursday, the holy day commemorating the Last Supper, will be celebrated on Thursday at churches thorughout East Hampton Town. For instance, the Montauk Community Church will hold a Soup Supper, followed by communion, and the United Methodist Church of East Hampton will hold a ceder meal with communion in the Fellowship Hall, followed by a Tenebrae Service in the sanctuary. Check the calendar for more service information for Thursday and the rest of the holiday weekend.
2. , "nonpartisan, nonprofit watchdog group" that wants to work with the East Hampton School District will hold a meeting at on Thursday evening. They'll present their platform and proposal. The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m.
3. Sign-up now for the that will be held at the on May 17 and 18. The two-day program is open to AARP members and non-members, alike, for a nominal fee. There's limited seating, so stop by or call the reference desk soon.
4. Reserve your seat for the at Sen in Sag Harbor on Friday. Sake Sommelier and Sen general manager Jesse Matsuoka will lead "Sake 101," a six course meal for $36. Among the items on the menu are white fish sashimi paired with Kaori Junmai Ginjo, butter sauteed uni sushi paired with Momokawa Organic Junmai Ginjo and Kanten, a plum sake and Prosecco jelled dessert.
5. The meets on Thursday night at 7. Those speaking out against the beach access driving lawsuit are expected to show up in strong numbers.