AND WHILE YOU’RE HERE
The East End is home to scores of noted artists as well as galleries and museums in which to see the fruits of their labor. There are also organizations that maintain fascinating collections to preserve local history.
The tiny Lieber Museum in Springs is a jewel, and the Montauk Lighthouse Museum, which has special programming this weekend, is not to be missed. On a beautiful day there are few pleasures nicer than a stroll through a garden. Check their websites for hours, as they may be limited this time of year. One way to get to know a community is by visiting its library, and there are many worth visiting on the South Fork. Stop in to East Hampton's children's wing, where the library sits behind a boat-shaped desk; it's pretty spectacular. The Montauk Library has an ocean view from its second story, and the Amagansett Library and Hampton Library in Bridgehampton have welcoming and quiet places to take a break with a newspaper or magazine or tap into Wi-Fi.
Patrons of most Suffolk County libraries can borrow materials through the collective inter-library loan system. The South Fork boasts some unique mom-and-pop shops in each of its downtowns. East Hampton and Southampton villages are hotspots for high-end shopping, Montauk is great for some beachy duds, and Amagansett has an eclectic mix of boutiques and a thriving record story Innersleeve Records, Main Street that often hosts free in-store performances.
The summer of may as well have been the summer of the whale on the South Fork.
Locals cherish Lazy Point in Amagansett for fishing and recreation, but it also is one of the best places on the South Fork to catch an sunset. Parking is kind of hard to come by, and technically requires a town permit, but if you can find the time to drive through the area at sunset, you'll be richly rewarded. Thank you for reading this far Your support for The East Hampton Star helps us deliver the news, arts, and community information you need. Whether you are an online subscriber, get the paper in the mail, delivered to your door in Manhattan, or are just passing through, every reader counts.
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