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A pasta dinner to benefit Camerata, East Hampton High School's mixed choral group trip to Italy, where they will be performing in cathedrals at multiple cities will take place on Saturday from 5 to 8:30 PM at the East Hampton High School Cafeteria. Adults are $15, Children five to 12 are $8 and children under five eat free. Tickets will be sold at the door
Dinner will include performances from Camerata, and a raffle for a trip for two to Paris, France.
Empty Bowls, a souper event, will be held on Sunday from noon to 3 PM at the American Legion in East Hampton. Bring your empty bowl and join 28 of the Hamptons' best chefs as they create gourmet soups that will warm you to the core to benefit the Springs Seedlings and Project MOST. $12 for adults and $5 for kids. This year's chef participation includes Cheryl Stair from Art of Eating, Chris Egert from Indian Wells Tavern, Juliette and Alison from Simply Sublime, Bill Valentine from Valentine Culinary Consultants, Collin Ambrose from Estia, Joe Reamulto from Nick & Toni's, Vicky Sdrougias from Old Stone Market and many others.
Lifetime Achievement Awards
Guild Hall will host its 29th annual Academy of the Arts Lifetime Achievement Awards Dinner on Monday at Sotheby's in New York City. The event will honor Barbara Walters for literary-media arts, Philippe de Montebello for visual arts, Blythe Danner for performing arts, with Jo Carole and Ronald S. Lauder receiving the special award for leadership and philanthropic endeavors. Alec Baldwin is the master of ceremonies with Alan Alda, Bob Balaban, Michael Lynne, and Ann G. Tenenbaum presenting.
For more information or to reserve your ticket, call the Special Events department at 631-324-0806 ext. 13 or 14 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cat Mass Trapping
Volunteers are needed to trap and transport cats to ARFin Wainscott or to the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation's Mobile Clinic located at the shelter in Hampton Bays on March 17. There will be spays/neuters for community (feral) cats. For more information contact Rita at 631-537-0400 x210 or email@example.com.
Long Island Comedy Festival
Long Island Comedy Festival presents a comedy fundraiser for the Riverhead Fire Department on April 5 at 5 PM at the fire department on Roanoke Avenue. The show will include dinner and feature comedians John Santo, Frankie Pace, Maria Walsh and Richie Byrne. For tickets visit www.riverheadfd.org.
Josh Levine Dinner
Edible School Garden Program and the Joshua Levine Memorial Foundation's annual dinner will take place at the American Hotel in Sag Harbor on April 6. In November 2010, a tragic tractor accident took the life of young farmer Joshua Levine at Quail Hill Farm in Amagansett. The Joshua Levine Memorial Foundation (JLMF) www.joshualevinefoundation.org was founded shortly after Josh's death in 2011 to identify and support charitable programs which promote good farming practices, healthy eating, education and a sustainable environment.
The Josh Levine Memorial Annual Dinner celebrates the efforts made by community partners to reverse trends4 which have made families ill with diet related diseases and obese through unhealthy eating practices. It also celebrates the life of a young man who saw the value of working the land, growing food, serving the community and providing a healthy environment for his family.
For more info visit www.joshualevinefoundation.org.