At A Glance

The best ways to give back, get educated and stay active on the East End this fall.
Learn how to grow an ocean-friendly garden with horticulturist Roxanne Zimmer.

By Gabrielle Echevarrieta


October 17

Gardening by the Sea

Fill your garden with plants that flourish amid the salt, sand and sea spray of the East End’s coastal environment. Hosted by community horticulturist specialist Roxanne Zimmer. Free. Registrants will be sent an email with the Zoom Meeting ID and password prior to the event.

October 17

The Great Giveback: Community Cleanup

Team up with Hampton Library to beautify our community. Pick up supplies, then venture out to town or the beach for a collaborative cleanup. Snap a selfie during your journey, then head back to the library for a prize. Contact for information. 2478 Main St., Bridgehampton

October 20

Stony Brook Southampton Hospital Annual Golf Outing

Enjoy 18 rounds of socially distanced golf and alfresco luncheon at the picturesque Sebonack Golf Club. Hosted by the Stony Brook Southampton Hospital Foundation,
this event will provide lifesaving medical equipment to health care heroes. Contact Kellie. for pricing and availability. 405 Sebonac Rd., Southampton

October 20

Virtual Climate Change Presentation

Scientists with the Atlantic Marine Conservation Society will unpack the effects of climate change on marine life, and weigh in on the debate between natural and man-made causes of global warming. Register in advance, join via Zoom.

October 20-December 1

Ayurvedic Aromatherapy With David Crow

Using Ayurvedic philosophy, students will learn how essential oils, aromatherapy and botanic medicine can promote healing. This seven-module course is conducted by David Crow, founder of Floracopeia. $350 course fee.

October 21

Michael Ian Black, A Better Man in Conversation With Molly Jong-Fast

Stand-up comedian Michael Ian Black decodes the social constructs of masculinity in his new book A Better Man: A (Mostly Serious) Letter to My Son alongside Molly Jong-Fast, editor at large of The Daily Beast. Attendees who pre-order the book will receive a signed copy while supplies last. Link and password will be sent to ticket holders the day of the event.

October 22

The Devil Has My Consent: The Real Story Behind the Salem Witch Trials

Historian Kathy Wilson explores the driving forces and historical effects of the Salem Witch Trials, including accusations, executions and the key players that influenced the infamous events. Free. Zoom link will be sent to registered attendees 15 minutes before the start of the event.

November 4

Finding Your Psychic Self

Discover how the practices of meditation, hypnosis and dream interpretation can unlock your intuitive abilities. Attendees will study the intricacies of tarot, palmistry, numerology and astrology and how to integrate them into wellness rituals. Preregister, and attend via Zoom.

November 12

Virtual Screening of 1,000 Years a Witness and Q&A with Director Bryan Downey

Sag Harbor resident Bryan Downey presents 1,000 Years a Witness, a documentary series depicting the struggles of 13 Shinnecock elders and their efforts to preserve their cultural practices. View the series at home, then tune in via Zoom for an illuminating Q&A with Downey on November 12. Free. Register at