Old-fashioned fun is baa’ck at Sunday’s Sheep to Shawl Festival

It’s that time of year to give our wooly friends haircuts so that they’ll be more comfortable in the heat of summer. And, not only do they get haircuts, but we get to join in for what has become an annual celebration at Huntington Historical Society’s Sheep to Shawl Festival, on May 21, at the Dr. Daniel W. Kissam House Museum.

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Help “stamp” out hunger locally: Leave food donations by your mailbox this Saturday

If you have a well-stocked pantry, you can help those who don’t (and are in need) by leaving some nonperishable food items next to your mailbox, on May 13, for your postal carrier to pick up, during this year’s Stamp Out Hunger campaign. As this is a national food drive, postal carriers will be collecting homeowners’ donations across the country.

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Sunday’s indie film screening of “Judy Berlin” honors film fest’s 25 years

As a self-proclaimed movie buff, I always find indie films to be thought-provoking, and this Sunday, on April 9, I can enjoy one of the five classic films revisited this month – “Judy Berlin” – in Hamptons International Film Festival’s (HIFF) 25 years: 25 Films series. Released in 2000, this indie film is being screened at Sag Harbor’s Bay Street Theater.

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