Weekender Agenda, Part 2

by Adam Bertrand · July 25, 2008


What: LVIS Fair

Where: Main St, East Hampton

When: 10-4, with a BBQ until 7

Why: Antique carousels and giant slides are super fun.

$: Free!

What: Collection by Stride Rite's "A Kid's Day" at week 2 of the Mercedes Benz Polo Challenge

Where: Blue Star Jets Polo fields, Two Trees Farm, Hayground Rd, Bridgehampton

When: 4-6

Why: Lose the kiddies in sponsor heaven

What: Wild Night for Wildlife benefiting the Quogue Wildlife Refuge

Where: Winnecomac, 95 Quogue St, Quogue

When: 6-10

Why: Because you haven't seen wild until you've seen a ten sheets to the wind seersuckered Quoguer. And it's for a great local organization.

$: 250- 25,000

What: BlackBook Magazine, Basil Hayden, and Robert Verdi host Summer in Style at Kobe Beach Club

Where: Kobe Beach Club, 44 Three Mile Harbor Rd, East Hampton

When: 5-7:30

Why: With these hosts, you can expect the creamiest of the New York social crowd. Plus, linger long enough and you may end up in one of our Lily Pond best 2Ks.

$: Free

What: Chefs and Champagne Gala

Where: Wolffer Estate, 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack

When: 5:30-8:30

Why: When else can you eat from the tables of 35 of the nation's top chefs?

$: 275-400

What: Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Benefit

Where: Home of Courtney Sale Ross

When: 6-10

Why: If you're into true blue bloods, you'll have better luck finding them here than at any other of this weekend's events

$: 1,000

What: Nick Dipaolo, Greg Fitzsimmons, and Joe Matarese performing stand up

Where Bay Street Theatre, Sag Harbor

When: 11

Why: If you're into lewd and crude humor, you know why. If you hate the Howard Stern Show, stay away.

$: 50

$: Free!