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The Race For Humanity; Some Solid Music Acts; More!


We tend to lay low on the weekends, but we'll actually be venturing out of the house to watch Rhett Miller perform at The Stephen Talkhouse tonight at 8pm. For those unfamiliar with the Old 97s frontman, give him a listen. Tickets for the show are $30 and $45 for VIP (meaning, you get a seat). [LINK]

KIWANIS CLUB CARNIVAL (154 Snake Hollow Rd, Bridgehampton)

Another weekend, another carnival. Not that we're complaining, mind you. No fireworks display at this particular one, but there will be the usual line-up of rides, games and unhealthy food. It runs every night until Sunday from 6pm to 11pm. [LINK]

LVIS FAIR (95 Main Street, East Hampton)

Now in its 116th year, the Ladies Village Improvement Society's annual fair is a nice little event for the whole family. It features booths (selling things like homemade jam, vintage clothing, jewelery, and crafts), a BBQ, a petting zoo, and a silent auction. The all-day event begins at 10am tomorrow and runs until about 7pm. [LINK]

HAMPTONS SUP RACE FOR HUMANITY (Fresh Pond Landing, Amagansett)

We know you've been working on your stand-up paddleboard form all why not put it to some good use? On Sunday, Main Beach Surf + Sport and Paddlers for Humanity bring you The Race For Humanity to raise money for the domestic violence initiative for The Retreat. There are six different race classes offered and a 500 meter dealie for the kiddios. Check-in begins at 8am. Pre-registration for the $55 event is required.[LINK]

G. LOVE AT SURF LODGE (183 Edgemere Street, Montauk)

If you're looking to end your weekend on a musical note, G. Love (sans Special Sauce) will be performing at Montauk's former violation-lovin' hotspot (we haven't heard a single complaint this summer), the Surf Lodge this Sunday. He's scheduled to play from 7pm to 10pm. Admission is free. [LINK]