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Events: Top 5 for the Weekend

5) Support Guild Hall and hear about the latest exhibition, ac•qui•si•tions, on display at the East Hampton theater. Art critic Amei Wallach and artist Priscilla Heine do the talking. Tickets: Free with admission, $7 suggested donation. Saturday, 3pm. 158 Main Street, East Hampton; (631) 324-0806
4) Escape the rain at the Long Island Film Festival tonight. The Bay Street Theatre screens short animations, documentaries, short films and a feature for the 26th year of the competition. Friday, until 10pm. Long Wharf, Sag Harbor; (516) 220-7490
3) It might be early, but the Southampton Historical Museum is celebrating December with the official opening of its holiday display. 'Decembers: Past and Present' arrives at the 1843 Rogers Mansion this weekend, along with a photography exhibit, 'Frozen in Time: Winter on the East End'. Sunday, 12-3pm. 17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton; (631) 283-2494
2) Animal lovers: Estia's Little Kitchen enlists the help of the Juicy Naam and Waverly Inn's John Delucie for a five-course vegetarian tasting dinner at the Sag Harbor restaurant on Saturday. Seatings at 6pm and 8:30pm. Tickets: $60pp plus tax and tip. 1615 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike, Sag Harbor; (631) 725-1045
1) Feeling festive? Start shopping now at East Hampton's Tory Burch, which hosts a benefit for The Retreat-Domestic Violence Services this weekend. A raffle will be held for a tote and a 'private shopping party for 10' at the store. Saturday, 1-5pm. 47 Newtown Lane, East Hampton; (631) 907-9150

Guild Hall

158 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631 324 0806 Visit Website

Estia's Little Kitchen

1615 Bridgehampton Sag Harbor Turnpike, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 Visit Website