At A Glance

Art, music and opportunities to rejuvenate the body and spirit.
On June 6, a discussion about the impact of climate change on local producers will be held in at Hotel Indigo in Riverhead. Photography by Ben Warren

By Gabrielle Echevarrieta

May 29

Megan K. Euell Art At Revolve Hair

Visit the newly revamped Revolve Hair in Southampton for an exclusive unveiling of a triptych commission by internationally showcased painter Megan K. Euell. Learn about the inspiration behind Euell’s ethereal Hamptons-inspired creations, and enjoy complimentary light bites and refreshments. 34 Hill St., Southampton;

June 3

Sound Healing

Certified yoga instructor and Reiki master Melissa Sheppard Giambrone presents a deeply immersive sound bath experience in partnership with East End Thrive and Hugs Inc. Designed to promote inner reflection and ground the mind, this symphony of singing bowls uses gentle sound waves to nourish body and soul. Free. 110 Mill Rd., Westhampton Beach; learn more at

June 4

Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic East End Benefit

The time is now to stand up for reproductive rights. At this critical turning point in political history, join Alexis McGill Johnson, president and CEO of Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA), at this waterfront cocktail fundraiser in support of the organization’s mission to make abortion safe and accessible to all. Bridgehampton Tennis & Surf Club, 231 Mid Ocean Dr., Bridgehampton; to learn more, email

June 6

Climate Change and Its Effect on Our Food System

Get educated on how climate change has and will impact a spectrum of industries on the East End. The Long Island Food Council and Dr. Michael P. Hoffman, co-author of Our Changing Menu: Climate Change and the Foods We Love and Need, examine how local producers will be affected by a rapidly shifting climate, and explore community-led grassroots plans to protect the planet. From $25. Hotel Indigo, 1830 W. Main St. Rt. 25, Riverhead; register at

June 12

2022 The Hamptons Spring Festival

The East End’s finest eateries, small businesses and nonprofit organizations kick off peak season with an afternoon of outdoor fun at The ClubHouse in East Hampton. Enjoy live music, food trucks, art exhibitions, a luxury and electric automobile show, a renewable-energy showcase, and athletic competitions for kids and adults. Free. The Clubhouse Herrick Park, 174 Daniels Hole Rd., East Hampton;

June 25

North Fork Crush Wine & Artisanal Food Festival

Sip over 100 wine varieties from New York’s top sommeliers, and bask in the tranquil 140 acres of greenery at Duck Walk Vineyards. Meet Long Island’s most acclaimed winemakers, get educated on the science of tasting notes, growing practices and flavor profiles, and dine on a selection of craft cuisine from local restaurants. From $49. 44535 Route 25 (Main Rd.), Southold;

June 25-26

Amagansett Fine Arts Festival

A fleet of local, regional and national artists converge at Amagansett’s annual Fine Arts Festival. Vibrant paintings from Joni Sarah White, whimsical accessories from Melissa Fego, dynamic photography from Mark MacKinnon and more will be showcased at this outdoor celebration of artistic excellence. Free. 15 Montauk Hwy., Amagansett;

June 25

Palm Tree Music Festival

Get ready to rave with a stacked lineup of top-tier deejays and dance-floor maestros like Kygo, Disclosure, Claptone, Leah Haywood and more. General admission tickets include soft drinks, water, beer, wine, canned cocktails, access to food trucks and lawn games. From $215. Sheldon Way, Westhampton Beach;

June 25

Southampton Arts Center’s Summer Cocktail Party

Enjoy refreshing cocktails and explore a sprawling sculpture garden at this laid-back garden soirée benefiting Southampton Arts Center. Celebrate a new season of artistic innovation with gourmet bites from Acquolina and live swing jazz by the Frank Vignola Trio. From $300.
25 Jobs Lane, Southampton;