Upcoming EventsMon 15October 15 at 10:00 am - 11:00 amMon 22October 22 at 10:00 am - 11:00 amSat 27October 27 at 11:00 am - 12:00 pmMon 29October 29 at 10:00 am - 11:00 amNov 05November 5 at 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Shakespeare in the Garden
Thank you to all who joined us for a spectacular 3rd Bienniel Shakespeare In The Garden performance. Touring from the UK’s University of Durham, Castle Theatre Company presented one of Shakespeare’s greatest comedies: ‘Twelfth Night’. Click for photos!
10:00am on MondaysStorytelling continues until it’s too cold! An hour of storytelling in the Magnolia Bosque featuring storytellers from the Hampton Library at the ready to keep your child enthralled with stories from near and far. Pack a picnic lunch and hang out a while. Please contact the Hampton Library at 631-537-0015 to confirm dates and times, or if the weather is questionable. Member Fee: FREE Non-member Fee: FREE
Annual Benefactor’s Lunch
It was a lovely day for our sixth annual end-of-summer Benefactor’s Lunch here in the Magnolia Bosque. Special thanks to Arthur Golbek Flowers, Fernando Saralegui, and The Maidstone. Photos by Georgia Oetker.
Halloween Paint Fun
October 27 at 11am
Join in on the fun and paint a spooky Halloween scene with easy step-by-step instruction with Karyn Mannix. Every artist also gets one pumpkin to adorn! Ages 6 and up. Sign up today!
Paintings by Robert Dash
From July 6 to October 13, 2018
We are opening the season with an exhibition of Robert Dash’s Florilegium paintings, a painterly exploration of flowers in exaggerated proportions with lush coloring.
Join us in the Summer Studio at Madoo, Fridays and Saturdays from 12:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Member Cocktail Party
What better way to close our garden season than with a sunset party at Madoo? Thank you to all who joined us for a glass of wine and a stroll around the garden at this year’s party. It’s yet another benefit of membership! Our way of saying thank you for supporting us this year.
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Did You Know?
Potatoes are American native plants of the nightshade family with their distinctive flowers in white, pink, red, blue or purple with bright yellow stamens. The potato was an important crop in Peru and Chile up to 10,000 years ago. After flowering small green fruits appear resembling little tomatoes. These are full of solanine, a toxic substance. The potato that we eat is actually part of their root system—and not toxic!
by Alejandro Saralegui
Last year we were justly proud of our accomplishments restoring the summer house and studio. This summer we have begun to see the benefits of our wonderful new space. We’ve held art classes for the campers of the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreation Center, The Rolston Quartet from Montreal performed as part of the free pop-up concerts of the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival, and just two weeks ago we had our first film screening. In conjunction with the Hamptons International Film Festival we showed 5 Seasons: The Gardens of Piet Oudolf. All of this programming is due to your support of Madoo.…Learn more