Sep 22 2016 - 4:53pm

Joanne Pilgrim
Dozens of residents of the South Fork’s easternmost hamlet gathered last week for a slate of workshops as planning consultants sought to pin down a “consensus vision for the future of Montauk,” as Peter Flinker, a principal in the firm Dodson and Flinker, put it.
Christopher Walsh
East Hampton Town and the town trustees have lost their appeal of a State Supreme Court decision against granting summary judgment in two lawsuits seeking to prohibit vehicles on two stretches of the ocean beach at Napeague.
Christine Sampson
The Springs School District on Monday beefed up its capital reserve fund with nearly a million dollars, money left over from last year’s budgeted expenses.
David Kuperschmid
The Northeast Canyons and Sea­mounts Marine National Monument, located 130 miles southeast of Cape Cod, became the first marine national monument in the Atlantic Ocean through designation by President Obama under the 1906 Antiquities Act.
Christine Sampson
The Bridgehampton School, constructed in 1939, is the only local school to have never undergone a major building expansion. It has instead used a handful of portable buildings, which were added more than 40 years ago.
Christine Sampson
Teachers at the Montauk School will receive a new contract from the district after working without one since June 2015. Negotiations have been ongoing for more than a year.
Star Staff
The Wellness Foundation’s fall seminar, planned for next Thursday, will feature Robyn O’Brien, an expert who has been dubbed “food’s Erin Brockovich” by The New York Times.
Taylor K. Vecsey
While negotiations are ongoing between the Village of Sag Harbor and the owners of property where the village would like to create a waterfront park — to the south of the North Haven bridge —Greystone Development, the Manhattan real estate company that owns the land, has brought a nearby project for 11 condominiums into play.

Daily Grind

Star Staff
A festive air will fill Southampton Village this weekend, with a historical fair at the Rogers Mansion and Southampton SeptemberFest happening pretty much everywhere.
Christine Sampson
Students and teachers at the John M. Marshall Elementary School in East Hampton marked International Peace Day on Friday with a Pinwheels for Peace celebration.
Jennifer Landes
The Hamptons International Film Festival announced on Thursday that Aaron Eckhart, Holly Hunter, and Edward Norton will take part in its "Conversation With" series at this year's festival.
Christine Sampson
The Tyler Project's third Walk for Awareness is planned for Saturday in Montauk, with the goal of improving mental health for young people and raising money for programs and services to support them.
T.E. McMorrow
St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church celebrated the Feast of Our Lady of Cisne, the Patroness of Ecuador, with its Spanish-speaking parishioners this weekend.

The Arts

Christopher Walsh
Throughout Bob Golden’s career, the musician and potter has reliably demonstrated a gift for creating opportunity, and, like any good drummer, his timing has been flawless.
Jennifer Landes
Will Ryan has had a few rough years, but even though the physical toll of his rare blood disease is still evident in his reed-thin physique, the vitality of his spirit is obvious.
Mark Segal
Sag Harbor’s Bay Street Theater will hold a sneak preview of “Chapter & Verse,” a film by Jamal Joseph, an Oscar-nominated writer, activist, former Black Panther, and professor at Columbia University’s graduate film program, on Sunday afternoon at 2. A question-and-answer session with Mr. Joseph will follow the screening, which will benefit Impact Repertory Theatre and the Eastville Community Historical Society.
“Richard Pousette-Dart: The Centennial” has just opened and will be on view through Oct. 15 at the Pace Gallery in Manhattan. It is an opportunity to recall the art and career of Pousette-Dart, who died in 1992 at the age of 76.
Mark Segal
A reception will be held tomorrow from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Art Barge on Napeague for “Art Sail,” a show by the Barge artists. Roisin Bateman and Mark Webber, two East End painters, will exhibit new work at the Jackson Carriage House in Amagansett tomorrow through Sunday, with a reception set for Saturday from 4 to 7 p.m.
Star Staff
Our Fabulous Variety Show, an East End troupe of actors whose theatrical performances help raise money for nonprofit groups, will present “Neverlanded,” an original and contemporary take on J.M. Barrie’s “Peter Pan,” in four performances at Guild Hall this weekend.

Food

Laura Donnelly
Your mind may already be turning to pumpkins and apples this time of year (or mush, depending on how busy your summer was), but it’s time to get to work. If you want to save some of the glorious corn, tomatoes, herbs, and more to enjoy throughout the winter, you need to get cracking.
Joanne Pilgrim
You'll flip for flapjacks!. Pancakes will be served at Canio’s Books in Sag Harbor following a talk on Saturday at 5 p.m. by Craig Carlson, the author of a memoir, “Pancakes in Paris: Living the American Dream in France.” At Momi Ramen in East Hampton, a bar menu offered on Fridays and Saturdays from 8 to 10 p.m. includes oshinko (Japanese pickled vegetables) and eda­mame for $5; two types of gyoza, a Japanese-style dumpling, for $8, and kara-age, fried items, for $8.
Christopher Walsh
It took longer than anticipated, but last month a 1977 Citroen H van rolled into the Kirk Park Beach parking lot in Montauk and Bex Waffles was open for business.

Sports

David Kuperschmid
The Northeast Canyons and Sea­mounts Marine National Monument, located 130 miles southeast of Cape Cod, became the first marine national monument in the Atlantic Ocean through designation by President Obama under the 1906 Antiquities Act.
Larry Penny
In the 1940s almost every family on the North Fork had at least one dog and one cat. Many families kept a larger menagerie — pigs, chickens, goats, cows, and sometimes a horse or two. Horses were an extravagance; you couldn’t eat them nor did they give milk or lay eggs, and they were no longer needed to pull plows and other farm implements, having been replaced in the 1920s and 1930s by tractors.
Jack Graves
Asked by a late arrival where the winner was, David Powers, who didn’t compete in the Mighty Hamptons Triathlon on Sunday, given the fact that he had his 6-week-old daughter, Zoe, in tow (as well as his 2-year-old daughter, Ellie), said, “He left.”
Jack Graves
The ball takes funny bounces on the gridiron, and, alas, it did so in the climactic moments of Saturday’s Hampton Cup game as Lorenzo Marfoglia, a Mariner lineman, punched the ball from Jacen Tuthill’s grasp as East Hampton’s quarterback was about to score the touchdown that would have won the game for the Bonackers, and which, moreover, would have set a record in the teams’ rivalry that dates to 1923.
Jack Graves
East Hampton High School’s boys soccer and golf teams entered this week with winning records — the soccer team at 3-2 and the golf team at 2-1.

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