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Dogs, Cats, And Horses
This year's Hampton Classic Horse Show will host its seventh annual Animal Adoption Day on Monday during its world-class event on its grounds in Bridgehampton. This special event has helped hundreds of at-risk dogs, cats, and horses find forever homes, and a visit to the Hampton Classic on Animal Adoption Day is the perfect way to find a new four-footed friend.
Providing support and helping to make this extraordinary event possible is international show jumping star Georgina Bloomberg, a long-time animal rights advocate. The EQUUS Foundation is the presenting sponsor of the adoptable horses portion of the day.
Dogs and cats available for adoption will be featured in the Classic's "Kids Area" from 11 AM to 2 PM. The dog and cat rescues include: Animal Rescue Fund of The Hamptons (ARF), Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation, Last Chance Animal Rescue, Happy Tails Dog Rescue, Gimme Shelter, and Tails of Courage.
Visitors can meet and mingle with the adoptable horses, including miniature horses, and have the opportunity to meet the EQUUS Foundation's "EQUUStar" Georgina Bloomberg and animal welfare VIPs in Hunter Ring 2 from 1 to 2 PM. The horse rescues include: New Beginnings Thoroughbreds, North Shore Horse Rescue, Our Farm Equine Rescue, ReRun Thoroughbred Adoption, Rising Starr Horse Rescue, and more. Refreshments will be available as well, courtesy of Noosa Yoghurt, Boar's Head, and Wölffer Estate Vineyard.
For more information on the Hampton Classic Horse Show visit www.hamptonclassic.com or call 631-537-3177.
Sag Harbor Cinema
Opportunities to bid on once-in-a-lifetime experiences such as English tea with Julie Andrews, a walk-on role in a Martin Scorsese film, lunch with Morgan Spurlock, a private tennis lesson with John McEnroe, and so many more are available as part of the Sag Harbor Cinema Restoration Project with eBay for Charity.
Last winter when the community of Sag Harbor lost its iconic, locally-owned cinema to a devastating fire, many wondered if the beloved cultural pillar would ever reopen its doors. One hundred percent of proceeds from this campaign will go to transforming the Sag Harbor Cinema into a local cultural center showing movies, with a broader mission of supporting great film programming and visual art.
The auction is live now at www.ebay.com/sagharbor and will run until Monday.