SAVE THE DATE FOR THE CHURCH’S
ANNUAL FALL BENEFIT
A HALLOWEEN COSTUME DANCE PARTY
SATURDAY OCTOBER 29TH | 6 – 10 PM
“Come as you aren’t” to MONSTER SMASH, a Halloween costume dance party with proceeds benefitting The Church. Inspired by Sag Harbor’s Halloween traditions, The Church is excited to join the spooky festivities. The evening will begin on the building’s ground floor where guests can escape the chilled autumn air and be met with specialty cocktails and passed hors d’oeuvres. At the stroke of 7 PM, guests will be ushered upstairs where they’ll be greeted with a harvest-inspired grazing table.
Grab a quick bite before dancing the night away to a Halloween curated playlist as moonlight shines through The Church’s window, illuminating Eric Fischl’s portraits of the Sag Harbor Saints. Costumes are a must with a suggested theme of art and artists– we hope to see the dance floor filled with Andy Warhol’s, Mona Lisa’s, Freda Kahlo’s, Girl with Pearl Earring’s, and maybe even a Bob Ross.
Housed in a deconsecrated 19th century Methodist church, The Church is a 501c-3 not-for-profit organization encompassing an artist residency, exhibition space, and creativity center. It is a place where local and national artists and creatives of all stripes work, meet and inspire each other. Artists Eric Fischl and April Gornik bought the building as a shell three years ago and have led its redesign with Skolnick Architecture + Design Partnership. The modern interior complements its historic frame and is emblematic of the contemporary program of events that animate the structure. The Church will increase access to the arts for our diverse audiences, foster creativity on the East End, and honor Sag Harbor’s long tradition as a maker’s village.
For more information visit: www.thechurchsagharbor.org.