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Oct 28, 2012 1:21 PMPublication: The East Hampton Press

Cancellations Due To Hurricane Sandy

Nov 2, 2012 5:11 PM

Due to Hurricane Sandy, many school districts and other organizations are closed. The following is a list of confirmed cancellations and re-openings. Please call (631) 287-1500 with any cancellations.

East Hampton, Hampton Bays and Westhampton Beach Football playoff games have been postponed until the weekend of November 10. Exact game times are were not immediately available.

All other local sports playoff games have been postponed until further notice.

The Amagansett School District is closed through the end of the week. The school will re-open on Monday, November 5.

The Springs School District is closed through the end of the week. The school will re-open on Monday, November 5.

The East Hampton School District is closed through the end of the week. The High School Musical previously scheduled for this weekend will be postponed. The school will re-open on Monday, November 5.

The Wainscott School is closed through the end of the week. The school will re-open on Monday, November 5.

CDCH school in Wainscott is closed through the end of the week. The school will re-open on Monday, November 5.

Sag Harbor Schools are closed through the end of the week. The school will re-open on Monday, November 5.

The Hayground School in Bridgehampton is closed Friday.

The Southampton School District is closed on Friday. The school will re-open on Monday, November 5.

Our Lady Of The Hamptons in Southampton is closed Friday.

The Tuckahoe School is closed through the end of the week. The school will re-open on Monday, November 5.

The Hampton Bays Public Schools are closed on Friday.

Westhampton Beach schools will reopen on Friday, November 2.

The Eastport South Manor School District will be closed on Friday.

The Hampton Luxury Liner is running on a limited basis. (631) 537-5800 for up-to-date information.

Hampton Jitney is running on limited basis, taking walk-on passengers only at the Hampton Bays, East Quogue, Westhampton and Manorville stops.

Long Island Rail Road service has been restored on a limited basis to the Huntington, Babylon, Ronkonkoma and Port Washington lines.

The Wainscott CAC meeting previously scheduled for Saturday, November 3, has been rescheduled for Saturday, November 10, at 9 a.m. at the Wainscott Chapel. Call (917) 570-0155 for more information.

Shinnecock Indian Nation Tribal Offices are closed until further notice.

Southampton Town’s Waste Transfer Stations, located at 66 Old Country Road in Westhampton; 30 Jackson Avenue in Hampton Bays; 1370 Majors Path in Southampton; and 1404 Bridgehampton Sag Harbor Turnpike in Sag Harbor are open brush fees have been waived.

East Hampton Recycling Center and Montauk Transfer station is open and brush fees are waived through Sunday, November 4.

Gurney’s Inn in Montauk will offer showers from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., except on Saturday, to local residents without power. Bring ID with an address listed.

Suffolk County Water Authority will distribute potable water outside of the East Hampton Fire Department on Cedar Street. Bring your own containers.

The Montauk Playhouse is offering showers to those without power.

The East Hampton Shelter is closed as of Thursday, but showers will be offered to those without power from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Evolution Fitness on Hill Street in Southampton is offering free showers to those without power.

The Federal Emergency Management Administration will set up a trailer in The East Hampton Town Hall parking lot on Wednesday, November 7, and Thursday, November 8, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., both days, to help residents fill out FEMA paperwork and get information.

LTV Studios, located at 75 Industrial Road in Wainscott, will be open from 4-8 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday, for any residents who need to charge cell phones, use the rest room or would like to watch high definition television news broadcasts to keep abreast of storm coverage. Unfortunately, phone and internet services are NOT currently working at the studios.

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Have yo looked outside recently??
By sandydog21 (195), Southampton on Oct 29, 12 11:48 AM
Bridgehampton National Bank was open on Monday
By eendbanker (1), Bridgehampton on Oct 30, 12 6:25 AM
The schools are Red Cross shelters. It would be irresponsible to allow children in the schools with so many strangers. I've been to the East Hampton High School and seen how many beds there are occupied in the gym. Until the schools no longer need to be used as shelters, they will remain closed to kids. Common sense.
By blueheron (8), East Hampton on Oct 31, 12 9:54 AM
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As of 2pm today, the WHB Schools have zero power in any of the buildings. Multiple downed lines in the immediate area.
By KrisV (12), East Quogue on Oct 31, 12 3:56 PM
Regarding the initial "editor's note". For anyone that needs access to phones, high speed internet, or hdtv tomorrow.. Stop by the store at 303 Montauk Highway Westhampton Beach from 8:00 am to 5:00pm.... We'd like to help you in any way possible.
By Aspatuck Gardens (30), Westhampton Beach on Oct 31, 12 9:59 PM
anyone know if Alternatives for Children is closed on Hill Street??? most likely , yes...
By native68 (20), southampton on Nov 2, 12 9:09 AM
after a while, the bottom line is that this whole thing just sucks. people have lost their lives and things are all out of flux. it tr-uly makes you appreciate how good we normally have it here.
By louse pt. (143), springs on Nov 2, 12 11:12 AM