We'll be publishing The Weekender every Thursday afternoon throughout the summer. Got an event you think readers need to know about? Email us!
Don't know what to do this weekend? Fret not, dear reader. We've scanned our inbox (and the Internet) for a few events that might be worth checking out. Enjoy!
"SULLIVAN'S TRAVELS" SCREENING AT MARDERS (120 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton)
One of our favorite Friday evening festivities every summer is, without question, the outdoor movies at Marders in Bridgehampton. Bring a chair, perhaps some wine and something to nosh on and you've got yourself a fun night out. The free screenings start at dark, but not before 9pm. Word to the wise: Bring some bug spray. [LINK]
HARD ROCK HOTEL TAKES OVER THE SLOPPY TUNA (148 S. Emerson Avenue, Montauk)
This one's bound to be incredibly packed (and loud...so loud). On Saturday night, the Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas will be taking over the Sloppy Tuna. In addition to the usual ST shenanigans, the Hard Rock will be having hourly raffles with prizes like hotel suites, cabanas at Rehab, Booths in Vanity, and VIP box seats at The Joint. [LINK]
PRIDE IN THE HAMPTONS FUNDRAISER (21 North Bay Lane, East Hampton)
Fundraising season continues in the Hamptons. Live Out Loud?a non-profit dedicated to "inspiring and empowering LGBT youth by connecting them with successful LGBT role models"?will be hosting its 4th annual Hamptons charity event at the waterfront home of Bruce T. Sloane in East Hampton. Expect cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, a silent auction, and many, many bold colors. The fun starts at 6pm, goes until 10:30, and will run ya $150 for a general admission ticket. [LINK]
BAKE SALE AT EH'S UNITED METHODIST CHURCH (35 Pantigo Road, East Hampton)
How can you not love a good bake sale? On Saturday from 10am to 2pm, East Hampton's United Methodist Church will be selling cookies, cakes, pies and other desserts made by its congregation. The sweet treats might not have the caché of something from Round Swamp Farm, but buying 'em won't empty out your wallet?and those old church biddies can bake.
MUSIC AT ANDRRA (39 Gann Road, East Hampton)
Just because it's Sunday, doesn't mean you have to stop enjoying yourselves. Head on over to Andrra in the afternoon to hear Telly Karoussos play some acoustic Mediterranean tunes from 3 to 6 p.m. Then, a little later on in the evening, guest DJ Negro Cabrera will be spinning from 9pm to 2am. [LINK]