At A Glance: June in the Hamptons

Feed your soul this month with art, advocacy and attunement all across the East End.
Celebrate International Surfing Day like Montauk local and pro surfer Quincy Davis. Photo: @quincymtk

By Gabrielle Echevarrieta

May 28-June 16
World Premiere of The Prompter at Bay Street Theater
The Prompter, a comedy directed by the theater’s art director, Scott Schwartz, follows a veteran actress (Tovah Feldshuh) as she makes her dramatic comeback to the Broadway stage accompanied by Wade Dooley of Jersey Boys. From $40. 1 Bay St., Sag Harbor,

June 8
Art for Health: Looking Forward to Aging on the East End
Beth McNeill-Muhs of Artful Home Care is moderating this lecture series that will highlight opportunities for increasing quality of life while aging out East. The June 8 lecture focuses on local health care professionals, as well as professionals who use the creative arts and other alternative measures as a means of healing and wellness. Features panelists include Deborah Adler, MA, ATR-BC, LCAT, Art Therapist; Patti Cronin-Hernandez, from The Ed & Phyllis Wellness Institute; Mare Dianora, Artist, Educator and Advocate; Robin Lombardo, Director of Music and Memory; Stefanie Sacks, MS, CNS, CDN; and Nutritionist, Diane Schade, AGPCNP- BC, Geriatric and Palliative Care Nurse; and Adrienne Wooduck, Senior Caregiver and End of Life Doula. Free. Guild Hall, 158 Main St., East Hampton,

Tony Oursler’s Water Memory at Guild Hall
Renowned media artist Tony Oursler presents his latest multimedia experience, which utilizes glass, computers and water to examine our constructed realities of science, folklore and culture. The installation challenges our perception of water and the mysticism we project onto it. Free. 158 Main St., East Hampton,

June 9
Artists’ Table
Chef Jason Weiner of Almond restaurant offers a unique opportunity to enjoy brunch and art all at once in a farm-to-table meal accomanied by with exclusive performance presentations from The Watermill Center’s artists-in-residence, Cleek Schrey (fiddler and improviser exploring traditional music theory), and Afua Ansong (Ghanaian-American writer and artist celebrating West African dance). Tickets from $100. 39 Water Mill Towd Rd., Water Mill,

June 15
40th Shelter Island Run
Each year of fundraising at their annual 10K/5K run and walk, Shelter Island Run Inc. empowers vulnerable populations in the community through education and services provided by local charities. 5K registration from $15 for kids, $30 for adults; 10K registration for adults from $40. The race kicks off at School Street,

June 15
International Surfing Day
Surfrider Foundation of Eastern Long Island works tirelessly to preserve the ocean and pristine coast. On this day, we are reminded to take a step back and appreciate the natural resource we too often take for granted. Visit for updates on local events and beach cleanups.

June 22
Unlimited Earth Care Spring/Summer Event
The natural beauty of our planet is celebrated through both photography and sculpture at this event hosted by Unlimited Earth Care’s Frederico Azevedo and sculptor Zurab Tsereteli as each presents their newest works: Azevedo’s tome Bloom, and Tsereteli’s sculptures highlighting his unconventional style. Free. 2249 Scuttle Hole Rd., Bridgehampton,

Wings Over Haiti Benefit
Join Sag Harbor artist and pilot Jonathan Glynn on his honorable mission to provide education for more than 40 students. Guests will see the plane used to deliver medical supplies after Haiti’s devastating 7.0 earthquake in 2010, participate in an art auction, and enjoy catering by Noah’s of Greenport, live music and raffles. From $125; $75 for guests under 30. East Hampton Airport, 200 Daniels Hole Rd.,

Grand Opening of Rejuvenation Health
Dr. Gerry Curatola and actress/comedian Fran Drescher co-host this exciting event filled with music, refreshments and wellness therapies. Free. 56 The Circle, East Hampton,

June 24
The Lyme Invitational
Lyme and tick disease are serious afflictions affecting the East End. Stony Brook Southampton Hospital calls for sponsors and golfers to participate in the Lyme Invitational at the Atlantic Golf Club to benefit the Regional Tick-Borne Disease Resource Center and the new Treatment Center. Players will be introduced to three physicians from Yale University who specialize in Lyme and tick disease, and then join them in a full day of golf and educational discussion. Buffet dinner with a donation of $150. From $2,000 for golfers. 1040 Scuttle Hole Rd., Bridgehampton, NY,

This portrait of a koala with her babies, taken by Joel Sartore, will be on exhibit at the Southampton Arts Center. © Photo by Joel Sartore/National Geographic Photo Ark,

June 27-September 8
National Geographic’s Photo Ark Exhibition
Photographer Joel Sartore will showcase his body of work at Southampton Arts Center throughout the summer. The exhibit will include portraits of over 12,000 animal species. $5 admission; free for members and children under 12. Southampton Arts Center, 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton,;

June 29
Get Wild Benefit
Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center is Long Island’s only full-time wildlife hospital, providing more than 10,000 animals each year with medical care and rehabilitation. Support the work this vital organization does by attending its annual fundraiser. From $175. Little Orchard, Coopers Neck Lane, Southampton,

July 3
PURIST Flow Festival
Experience innovations in food and wellness as we welcome healthy food stations, beauty and skin-care samplings and mini health treatments (massages, sound bath meditation) to the historic Watchcase Factory. From $40. Watchcase Factory, 15 Church St., Sag Harbor, contact for tickets and more information