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ART EXHIBIT (151 Main Street, East Hampton)
"Insects: Real and Imaginary," an exhibition of insect-inspired paintings by Claus Hoie (b. Stavanger, Norway, 1911 - d. East Hampton, NY, 2007) at Clinton Academy. Many of these paintings are on view for the first time. Saturday, 10-5, Sunday 12-5, free.
CONCERTS (183 Edgemere Street, Montauk)
Alternative star Courtney Love will play at the Surf Lodge Saturday June 8, 6PM, free.
Country star Willie Nelson will play at the Surf Lodge, Sunday June 9, 6PM, free.
CONCERT (9 Goodfriend Dr, East Hampton)
Ille Arts presents an evening of music performed by Philip Glass and saxophonist Jon Gibson. The recital follows a cocktail reception and silent art auction with works by Mary Heilmann, Don Christianson, Sydney Albertini, EL Brown and more.
Saturday, June 8; 6PM, cocktails and silent auction, 7PM concert; $200.
CONCERT (44 Woods Lane, East Hampton)
"Classical Collaborations: A Tenth Anniversary Celebration" at the Jewish Center of the Hamptons. The young musicians of tomorrow join Paul Katz, Merry Peckham, Itzhak Perlman, Roger Tapping, Don Weilerstein, and Vivian Hornik Weilerstein to perform chamber music masterworks. Saturday, 8PM, $50-200.
BENEFIT (Peter Wilson and Scott Sanders Residence, East Hampton)
The Hetrick Martin Institute, which supports LGBTQ youth in the metro area, is having its annual "School's Out" fundraiser. Saturday, June 8th, 6PM-8:30PM, $375 and up.
BENEFIT (2782 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton)
The Bridgehampton Museum (aka the Bridgehampton Historical Society) is holding its annual cocktail benefit at the historic Ludlow Grange estate in downtown Bridgehampton. Sunday, June 9th from 5-7PM, from $100 per person.
ANTIQUES FAIR AND APPRAISALS (245 County Road 39, Southampton)
Antiques Center Southampton hosts fair from 9AM-3PM, plus art prints dealer and collector Yoav Korono will appraise your prints from 2:30-4PM. Saturday, June 8th 9AM-3PM, free.