Good morning, Southampton.
— Southampton Town residents pay attention: Recently, the town passed legislation that provides up to $3,500 for the installation of a solar system and $500 for a geothermal, solar hot water, system. Now may be the time for some energy efficient upgrades.
— Kids can get ready for Halloween by making Halloween Mason Jar Lanterns at Hampton Library in Bridgehampton on Wednesday afternoon. Kids 8 to 12 years old will use mason jars, mod podge, and imaginations to make the lanterns, starting at 4 p.m.
— The Hampton Dental Group of Southampton is once again offering cash for candy through a program, called Halloween Candy Buy-Back. Through the program, children can bring their un-opened Halloween candy to 325 Meeting House Lane, Building 2 on Nov. 1, 4 and 5 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. and in return receive $1 for every pound traded and a toothbrush.— Speaking of Halloween, how do we keep our kids safe during trick or treating? We’d love to know what parents tell their kids ahead of Halloween, and what guidelines they set on where kids go and what they do. Our Family Room blog hopes to be the place where parents can share their thoughts on issues like Halloween safety, or to share any advice on building strong local families.
— Looking for a job now that the summer season is over? The Hamptons GLBT Center in Sag Harbor is looking for a program assistant and C. Wonder in Southampton needs stock associates. Check our weekly employment guide.
- Find a new home.
- What’s playing at the movies … and when?
- Advertise your yard sale ahead of the weekend.
- Buy or sell something on our Boards.