The weather is crazy. Warm, cold, warm, freezing. This is a good time of year to get out of town. There is very little happening around the village, which means very little to report.I would like to take this ‘down time’ to bring something more personable to this column. Not from me, but from you. I would like to add birthdays, special announcements, etc., while there is room in the column. Before you know it, the season will be here. Email me any announcements that you would like to see posted.
On Thursday, at 5:30 p.m., get a great complimentary P90X workout with Rachel Feldman, at lululemon athletic. Bring your sneakers and, ladies, wear your most supportive sports bra because you will be working. Lululemon is located at 35 Main Street.
On Saturday at 10.a.m., the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society will lead a hike around Chatfield’s Hole Loop, which is approximately five miles. This section of the Northwest is beautiful and quiet in the winter. The hike will pass through a majestic and rare white pine forest where all will take in the scent and observe the stately pines. The hike will continue further into the Northwest area before hiking back along the Deb Foster Trail. Meet on 2 Holes of Water Road, 2 miles down on the right. Significant snow/ice on the ground may cancel this event. Call, if unsure, at 324-8750 or 487-4506.
On Sunday, in the Boots Lamb Education Center at Guild Hall, from 11 a.m. to 12:30p.m., What Can You Do with Your Art? Ralph Lerner, principal of Art World Advisors, LLC and Guild Hall board bember, will discuss the proper way to donate art during life and at death, valuation issues, and how the IRS Art Panel works. This is part of the Table Talk lectures that are free (however a $10 donation would be appreciated if you were so inclined) and, if you have a hot topic worth talking about, email email@example.com. Table Talk is held every other Sunday.
On Sunday, from 4:30 to 6 p.m., Guild Hall’s 10th annual free Winter Film Series in partnership with the East Hampton Library will be showing “La Sirga,” (2012), directed by William Vega. Go to guildhall.org for more information.