Updated: Sep 1
September is a perennial favorite in the Hamptons. The weather is perfect, the crowds are a bit thinner, and there is so much to do. Here is a selection of 30 fun activities in the region for September 2021.
September 1, Bridgehampton
One of the premier horse shows in the U.S. Top equestrians compete in 200+ competitions. Also enjoy more than 80 onsite shops, international food, and daily activities in the kids' area
September 2, Southampton/Virtual
A fine art fair featuring artworks by 70 select national and international galleries, with 51 in-person booths and the remaining exhibiting in online virtual reality booths.
September 3, East Hampton
A dazzling new comedy from the hilarious Joy Behar debuts at Guild Hall. Crisis in Queens is about an unhappy woman who sets off an unexpected chain of events.
September 4, Bridgehampton
The Snapping Turtle will be the main subject of this annual adventure. You will also get to know the Eastern Painted Turtle and perhaps meet up with the aptly named Stinkpot Turtle.
September 5, Southampton
Built circa 1680, the Halsey Homestead is the oldest house in the village. What may surprise many is the story it tells of how attuned our ancestors were to some of the fundamentals we think of today as “Green” architecture.
September 6, North Fork
The Parrish Art Museum has invited Darlene Charneco to create a site-specific exhibition, creating mixed-media mappings to navigate the layered spaces we live in, both in the real and virtual worlds.
September 7, Southampton
Join a worldwide shorebird count to encourage conservation and recognition of these important and magnificent birds. No experience necessary to join.
September 8, East Hampton
Art Foray is a scavenger hunt across the LongHouse Reserve, where celebrated artists have hidden their work within the 16-acre grounds.
September 9, Water Mill
A fun, lively, and free-spirited collection of current artworks for sale. This group is actively creating on a regular basis, and keeping each other enthused about the creative process.
September 10, Southampton
A special, free outdoor film screening of “Once Upon a Time in Queens” - the ESPN docuseries about the NY Mets’ 1986 World Series-winning season. Special speaker presentation.
September 11, Sag Harbor
Call me Ishmael. The annual weekend long celebration of the classic American novel Moby-Dick includes a marathon reading by a variety of notable readers throughout the East End.
Multiple Days, Sag Harbor
A three-day celebration throughout Sag Harbor Village, featuring whaleboat races, multiple live music events, fun for kids, petting zoo, vendors, and the famous clam chowder contest.
September 13, Cutchogue
The Downs Farm preserve holds significant historical value as well as being a safe haven for wildlife. This is an easy walk along Downs Creek and abutting McCall Vineyard.
September 14, Virtual
Celebrate the artistic achievements of a variety of Hispanic artists and learn how they inspired Jackson Pollock in the creation of his abstract art. Virtually tour the Pollock/Krasner studio.
September 15, Virtual
Welcome author Lana A. Whited as she discusses her book Murder, In Fact: Disillusionment and Death in the American True Crime Novel.
September 17, Greenport
The weekend-long East End Maritime Festival in Greenport kicks off with the Land and Sea Gala at to benefit the East End Seaport Museum and Marine Foundation.
September 18, Southampton
The Showhouse will feature 20+ top interior designers who will transform a magnificent, historic house from the 1800s into a decorating masterpiece.
September 19, Bridgehampton
Birding is a great way to make new friends, learn about the environment, and get outdoors. The Young Birders Club is open to anyone ages 8 to 18 interested in learning about birds.
September 20, Virtual
A virtual look at the incredible history of the aboriginal peoples of Australia and the art that they have created through time. Covering images from thousands of years ago to the late 20th century.
September 21, Southampton
A multimedia group show examining the transformative power of the arts. Featuring regional and national artists who have turned to the arts to overcome personal challenges.
September 22, Southampton
After interviewing nearly 120 former Bombers, columnist Bill Schulman will relate some of the more interesting stories the New York Yankees baseball players told him.
September 23, Virtual
Discover the major African American Fashion Designers in this fascinating presentation, co-sponsored by the Southampton African American Museum & the Southampton History Museum.
September 24, Southampton
Join a fun and fascinating paranormal investigation of the 1843 Whaling Captain’s mansion and search for evidence of what happens to us after we die.
September 25, Sag Harbor
Two days of free music at outdoor locations in Sag Harbor Village, offering a wide variety of performances, from local to global, jazz and blues, folk, rock, pop and more!
September 26, Mattituck
Celebrate the grand seasonal opening of the Barnyard Pumpkin Patch with u-pick pumpkins, live music, food and wine concessions, hayrides, farm animals and more.
September 27, East Hampton
The stories in George Saunders' Pastoralia are set in a slightly skewed version of America, where elements of contemporary life have been merged, twisted, and amplified.
September 28, Hampton Bays
This year marks the 240th anniversary of the end of the Revolutionary War. Join historian Martin H. Levinson in discussing this important milestone and the significance the Revolutionary War had on forming our Republic.
September 29, Southampton
Celebrate National Banned Books Week and the freedom to read with a roundtable discussion on the topic of book banning, commonly banned books, and how “books unite us and censorship divides us."
September 30, Southampton
Learn how to make your own custom sterling silver jewelry in a dynamic and historical space. Work with the Southampton History Museum's Artist in Residence to develop your skills and maybe develop a lifelong passion!