Hamptons Happenings: Thursday, October 13


Gerald Peters Gallery in Manhattan is opening “Daniel Sprick: Recent Works,” curated by Peter Marcelle, tonight, Thursday, October 13,  with a reception starting at 6 p.m. The exhibition will be on view through November 5. So it’s not out here but Peter is and it’s always nice to share good news about art.


Kimberly Grant-Bynoe from the Long Island Progressive Coalition will give her “Straight Talk, Real People” discussion, as part of the “Thinking Forward Lecture Series” at Margo’s Cottage on the Bridgehampton Child Care campus in Bridgehampton on Thursday, October 13, at 7 p.m.  Ms. Grant-Bynoe is the community organizer for Long Island Progressive Coalition Powerup Communities energy efficiency program. She currently serves the Suffolk County region in providing homeowners savings each month on their utility bills while making their homes more comfortable. Long Island Progressive Coalition has been serving both Nassau and Suffolk County for over 37 years in sustainable development. Kimberly believes that in life if you want to see your dreams and visions fulfilled you sometimes have to help make others come true.


Today is the very last day to sign up for Bay Street‘s “Cuba 2017” trip, which will happen from February 3 through February 10. Those who join the adventure will explore Havana, Cienfuegos and Trinidad and experience the richness of Cuban cuisine, art, and music – all with a professional, bilingual guide. The tour includes: 7 night accommodations in Cuba, daily breakfast, 6 Lunches, 4 dinners, full time, professional, bilingual guide, all local ground transportation, pre-trip departure information, Cuban insurance (health and evacuation), Cuban Visa, compliance with U.S. Treasury Department regulations, speaker fees, admission to all museums and public buildings on itinerary, coordination of all activities on itinerary, Cuban Airport Departure tax, meet and greet at the Miami International Airport, airport assistance at the José Martí Airport in Havana, transfers in and out from the airport to hotel in Havana.

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