There are few things that I love more than summer nights in the Hamptons with my family and friends. This weekend is a particularly exciting one as ArtHamptons teams up to celebrate Hamptons Magazine’s 35th anniversary and then tomorrow is “Dan’s Taste of Two Forks” event hosted by Bobby Flay with emcee Alex Guarnaschelli. I’m thrilled to be out enjoying the beautiful summer with my friends and family, but I wish you were all out here with me too! If you’re interested in becoming one of my VIP clients, send me an email! In the meantime, checkout these awesome organizations and the amazing events that they offer:
If you haven’t picked up a copy of HAMPTONS, I’d definitely suggest you take a look. They offer insights to the most fabulous parts of life in the Hamptons, including events, dining & nightlife, local personalities and so much more! Their 35th Anniversary Celebration should be a smash tonight at the Sculpture Fields at Nova’s Ark Project out in Bridgehampton.
The Hamptons has a long tradition as a fertile terrain for serious art creation, art collecting and art patronage. Together artists, collectors and curators have reveled in being part of this historically innovative community. Each summer East Enders pay homage to the area’s reputation by staging ArtHamptons.
Tonight’s event is sure to be a hit. The event will be held at the 95 acre agriculture reserve of Sculpture Fields of Nova’s Ark in Bridgehampton. It will be staged in a 50,000 sq ft modular museum like building with 12 ft high exhibition walls. I can’t wait to tour the art fair, enjoy drinks and delicious food, music and lively conversation with the who’s who in the Hamptons.
And then tomorrow is the event that I’ve been waiting all summer for – Dan’s Taste of Two Forks event!
Dan’s Taste of Two Forks has quickly become a favorite summer soirée of locals and visitors alike and is the only East End event that celebrates the best local culinary talent from both the north and south forks of Long Island. Known as “THE food and wine event in the Hamptons,” attendees have the chance to sample the best dishes participating restaurants have to offer, sip wines from local Long Island vineyards, and sample goods from East End purveyors, all in one night.
Additionally, a portion of this year’s ticket proceeds will go to benefit All For The East End (www.aftee.org), an organization whose goal is to generate significant new and creative sources of funding and organizational support for the not-for-profit organizations of Long Island’s East End townships.
It’s sure to be a fun weekend and I can’t wait to share the highlights with you. Be sure to stay in touch with me – send me an email and let me know how you’ve been spending your summer. You’re all dear to my heart and I want to stay in touch with each and every one of you.