At A Glance: July in the Hamptons

Jam sessions, jubilees and other can't-miss events on the East End.
The Baker House 1650 in East Hampton

JULY 2-9
Tim Stoneman at The Baker House 1650
Don’t miss a special B&B experience with hypnotherapist and energy healer Tim Stoneman. Stoneman is a noted expert in practices including hypnotherapy, Reiki, and emotional repair —from overcoming trauma to calming an overactive mind. Treatments from $200. Book an appointment at 631.324.4081 or, 181 Main St., East Hampton,

JULY 5-7
Guitar Masters Festival
Treat your ears to a night of talent at this three-day gathering of exclusive short-film screenings and performances from Andy Summers of the Police, Richard Thompson, Teddy Thompson, Ralph Gibson, G.E. Smith, David Broza, Badi Assad and Brandon Ross. Special guests are expected to appear throughout. Tickets from $14. 158 Main St., East Hampton,

Alan Cumming at WBPAC
Singer, writer, award-winning actor and star of CBS’s Instinct (a brilliant show of musical storytelling), Alan Cumming brings his new cabaret show Legal Immigrant Tour to the beach. Tickets from $145. Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, 76 Main St., Westhampton Beach,

Alan Cumming @whbpac

Moran Studio Opening Celebration
After a five-year restoration project, the Moran Studio is proud to finally open its doors to the public with a studio exhibition. Experience several interactive galleries using state-of-the-art museum wizardry as video, artifacts and artwork come to life. There will also be a small orientation theatre and touch-screen overviews, all within the Moran’s impressive two-story-high light-filled painting room. Tickets from $100. 101 Main St., East Hampton,

Unconditional Love Gala
Celebrating its 9th annual gala, the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation is dedicated to finding our furry friends a loving home. Sip on cocktails, participate in the auction, enjoy live music and dance the night away at a beautiful waterfront estate. Be sure to shake paws with the honoree, Mason, a rescue pup trained by the shelter before becoming the first shelter dog in New York to be accepted into the K9s for Warriors program. Tickets from $300.

Sunset on the Harbor
Enjoy the Sag Harbor sunset while supporting the LGBT Network’s Hamptons LGBT Center in Sag Harbor, which provides services and a safe space throughout the year for LGBT youth, adults, seniors, and LGBT-headed families of the East End. Tickets from $175. Breakwater Yacht Club, 51 Bay St., Sag Harbor,

A bedroom by Melanie Roy Design from the 2017 Hampton Designer Showhouse

The Hampton Designer Showhouse
The season’s staple design event is back for its 18th year in Bridgehampton. The showcase features some of America’s premier design talent, with over 20 designers and a gala cocktail party presented by Traditional Home. The event raises funds for Stony Brook Southampton Hospital. Tour tickets from $40. 2148 Scuttle Hole Rd., Bridgehampton,

JULY 21-22
Sylvester Manor’s Romeo and Juliet
The Sylvester Manor Educational Farm makes it their mission to bring wonderful, engaging arts programming to Shelter Island. For centuries, the Sylvester family and their descendants celebrated the arts, exemplified at the turn of the 20th century by Cornelia Horsford’s “summer salons” featuring poetry and literary readings, music performances and theatricals. This summer, Sylvester Manor’s “Shakespeare at the Manor” presents a production of “Romeo & Juliet.” Tickets from $18 (children under 18 are free). 80 North Ferry Rd., Shelter Island, 

Facet: Hamptons Jewelry Designer Showcase
Hosted by the New York Jewelry Design Institute, this fine jewelry showcase is an educational haven for budding designers and jewelry pros looking to enhance their skills. For students and trade hoping to sell their collections in the Hamptons, it’s a must-attend event. Free. Bridgehampton Community House, 2357 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton,

Evita at Bay Street Theater
Bay Street takes on the revival of a revolutionary musical chronicling Eva Perón and her ascent to the top as first lady of Argentina. Arianna Rosario leads as the title character, while her stage husband is played by her soon-to-be husband, Omar Lopez-Cepero, and Trent Saunders slips into the role of Che Guevara. Tickets from $40. 1 Bay St., Sag Harbor,