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Get Wild, Ra Ra Riot, Benefits, Antiques, and More!

We'll be publishing The Weekender every Thursday afternoon throughout the summer. Got an event you think readers need to know about? Email us!

BENEFIT (Home of Ellen & Chuck Scarborough, Southampton)
Saturday June 22, 6-8PM; $300; $150 under age 30
The "Get Wild" Benefit for the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center of the Hamptons takes place on Saturday night. For further information or to purchase tickets, please call Linda B. Shapiro at 725-2023 or the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center of the Hamptons at 728-WILD.

CONCERT (The Surf Lodge, 183 Edgemere Street, Montauk)
Ra Ra Riot, Saturday June 12, 6PM, free.

BENEFIT (Private residence, 65 Dunemere Lane, East Hampton)
Saturday, June 22, 6 PM, $150
Wellness Foundation of East Hampton hosts their 2nd Annual Summer Benefit with special guest Joe Cross (star of the documentary "Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead"). The outdoor tented event will feature delicious vegan hors d'oeuvres by Art of Eating, wine and live music. Tickets must be purchased in advance online or by phone at (631) 329-2590.

ANTIQUE SHOW (Corwith House Museum Grounds, 2368 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton)
Saturday, June 22, 8AM - 5PM, $5; $10 early bird (Saturday 8-10AM)
Sunday, June 23, 10AM – 5PM
This show features nearly 100 exhibitors from well beyond the Long Island and tri-state areas.

GALA (4 Fair Hills Lane, Bridgehampton)
Saturday, June 22, 6PM-9PM, $250
The HC&G Holiday House Hamptons Opening Night Gala benefits The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, which was founded by Evelyn Lauder in 1993.

PARTY (Blue Parrot, 33A Main Street, East Hampton)
Friday, June 21, 9PM
Hamptons Free Ride is holding a party with drink specials; giveaways by Joe Fresh, Vita Coco, and more from their sponsors; live music by Joe Van Asco; sweets by Scrumptious Bites Happy Life; and even free massages compliments of

BOOK READING AND SIGNING (Guild Hall, 158 Main St, East Hampton)
Sunday, June 23, 11AM, free
Ken Auletta reads from his latest book and signs.