Check out these Hamptons happenings before you pack up and head back to the city.
BY LAUREN HOENEMEYER
Thursday, August 26
Summer Film Series at Guild Hall
Catch the Swedish film Together (Tillsammans) at Guild Hall during the summer film series sponsored in part by David Yurman (8 PM).
Friday, August 27
Yoga and Surf Retreat
Ohm your heart out in Montauk at the yoga-and-surf weekend retreat—courtesy of Liquid Yoga and Surf. Featured are Lauren Hanna and guest teacher Twee, as well as Thai yoga workshops by Simon Park at the Montauk Solé East Resort. Learn to surf or paddleboard, and consider wrapping up the day with a sunset dinner.
Silas Marder Gallery Screening
A twentysomething John Travolta tears up the dance floor in Saturday Night Fever, the season’s final free outdoor screening at the Silas Marder Gallery. 120 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton, 631-702-2306
Saturday, August 28
Garden As Art
East End garden designers show their stuff as Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia celebrates them with garden tours and lectures throughout the Hamptons (9:30 AM–5 PM). guildhall.org
Watermill Summer Concert 2010
As summer winds down, kick things back up a notch with vocal virtuosos Rufus Wainwright and Kylie Minogue at The Watermill Center (4:30–8 PM).
Mercedes-Benz Polo Challenge
Catch a final glimpse of the ponies and their rakish riders today—which kicks off the final weekend of the Mercedes-Benz Polo Challenge at the Bridgehampton Polo Club (4–6 PM).
Ferrari Hamptons Rally
Exquisitely calibrated engines rev for the second annual Ferrari Hamptons Rally, the splashy event presented by Nathaniel Christian (11 AM). After cruising the scenic route through Hamptons hotspots, raise a glass at the official rally finish party at Georgica Restaurant & Lounge (2–4 PM).
Sunday, August 29
One of the nation’s preeminent hunter/jumper shows, the Hampton Classic opens today as a summer-worthy sporting and social event (9 AM). 240 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton
PHOTOGRAPHS BY JON KASSEL (JUMPER); KEVIN WESTENBERG (WAINWRIGHT); JERRITT CLARK/WIREIMAGE.COM (FERRARI)