Relive history with fascinating, funny, and wild game anecdotes of the Artists & Writers charity softball game with its celebrities at Guild Hall on Sunday morning, July 21st from 11:00-12:30PM. This special event is moderated by Ed Bleier featuring the Writers panel of Mort Zuckerman, Carl Bernstein, Fred Graver, and Juliet Papa; Leif Hope, Ed Hollander, Eric Ernst, Walter Bernard, and Lori Singer will be on the Artists panel. While you’re there, see the Artists & Writers: They Played The Game exhibit running through July 28th.
On August 17, the 65th Annual Artists and Writers Game will be held at East Hampton’s Herrick Park. This year’s celebrities on the field and beyond include: Edward and Brian Burns, Ken Auletta, Mike Lupica, Carl Bernstein, Mort Zuckerman, Jim Leyritz, Chef Tom Colicchio, Rod Gilbert, Lawrence O’Donnell, Mark Green, Richard Wiese, Leif Hope, Eric Ernst, Ed Hollander,Christie Brinkley, Anthony Wehm, Josh Charles, Walter Bernard, Joel Perlman, Gregg Bello, Randall Rosenthal, Nathan Sawaya, Lori Singer, Matt Lauer, Juliet Papa, Bob Balaban, James Lipton, Fred Graver, with Dan Rattiner and NYC Police Commissioner Ray Kelly among the Umpires. An event which began as a picnic in 1948 has grown to become a mainstay of East Hampton community culture. Hope you can join us for all the fun; Phoenix House Academy of Long Island is among the beneficiaries, along with East Hampton Day Care Learning Center, The Retreat, and East End Hospice.
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