The biggest of East Hampton Library’s offerings for kids this week is its annual children’s fair. Goat on a Boat’s puppet theater series continues at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor. Bay Street is also offering a series of teen master classes this month. At the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, a drawing course for children 10 and older.
The Hudson Vagabond Puppets promise kids “a musical trip through the wonders of prehistory.” Soap, goats, and creatures of the night are on tap this week at the East Hampton Library. There’s plenty for kids to do at the smaller libraries this week, too.
The deaths of the fashion designer Kate Spade and the celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain, both of whom committed suicide earlier this month, are the latest markers of what is being called a national public health crisis.
Seventy-six years to the day — June 13 — when a Nazi submarine ran aground on a sandbar off Atlantic Avenue Beach in Amagansett, third graders at the John M. Marshall Elementary School got a history lesson, as well as a few drama tips, when their teacher, David Cataletto, took them to the place where all the action had unfolded, the Amagansett Life-Saving and Coast Guard Station museum on Atlantic Avenue.
A range of summer programs, from tennis and basketball clinics to crafts and games, sailing classes, and free swim lessons offered through the East Hampton Town Parks and Recreation Department, will get underway next week.
Students, faculty and staff, board members, state officials, parents, and residents gathered on Friday on the back lawn of the Bridgehampton School, the very spot that, roughly 18 months from now, will be covered by 35,440 square feet of brand-new school buildings.