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Things to Do this Fall at The Baker House 1650

Now that autumn is finally upon us, The Baker House 1650 staff is on the lookout for fun and exciting ways to usher in the new season. While many people may associate the Hamptons with long summer days spent lounging at the beach, this iconic string of seaside villages offers plenty of fall entertainment as well. To give you a taste of what you can expect, here are some recent events that took place as well as activities you can still take part in this fall in the Hamptons.

Animal Rescue Fund –On Saturday, October 10th, we were proud to be one of the sponsors when the Animal Rescue Fund partnered with Beach Magazine and hosted a Stroll to the Sea Dog Walk event from 9 AM – 12 PM. Participants brought their pups to the Mulford Farm at 10 James Lane in East Hampton and began a two-mile walk to the ocean from there. During the day, they enjoyed free nail clipping for the dogs, various contests, delicious treats, and more! This event was an excellent opportunity to enjoy a workout with a furry friend and meet other pet owners in the community!

Annual Stroll to the Shore

 

Parrish Art Museum Events– The Parrish Art Museum has a constantly updated roster of incredible art exhibitions and special programs/events taking place. This fall, residents and visitors alike enjoyed the following:Andreas Gursky: Landscapes, Platform: Tara Donovan, Art. Illuminated, Painting Horizons, Esteban Vicente and Collage, William Merritt Chase: The Shinnecock Years, Face Value, and tons of other exciting and thought-provoking exhibits.

Pumpkin Picking – As one of the most quintessential fall activities out there, pumpkin picking at Hank’s Pumpkin Town in Water Mill is always a hit! Visitors can find pumpkins of all shapes and sizes at this beautiful pumpkin farm. As of today, 48 of the 420 acres of crops spread out in Water Mill are dedicated to the annual Pumpkin Town harvest. While there, it’s important to keep an eye out for gourds, corn stalks, Montauk daisies, home and lawn décor, apples, cider, doughnuts and more!

Fine Dining – One of the best aspects of a trip to the Hamptons has to do with the cuisine. When you stay at The Baker House 1650, you can enjoy a wide array of different meals, all of which are a stone’s throw away! Whether you have a penchant for all things seafood, inventive tapas, a delicious steak, or are simply looking for a relaxing wine bar, you have more than your fair share of options when visiting East Hampton.

Wolffer Harvest Party – Last month, wine enthusiasts and those looking to be festive this fall were able to pay a visit to the beautiful Wolffer Estate and Vineyard and take part in the annual grape harvest celebration. With live music, wine and hard cider, grape-stomping, relay racing, face-painting, pony rides, barrel-rolling, and so much more, families from all over enjoyed these lively festivities.

Wolffer’s Harvest Party
Summer may have concluded for the year, but the beauty of an East Hampton autumn awaits. Book your visit to The Baker House 1650 today and prepare for an exciting and activity-filled fall trip. Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway with your loved one, or you want to spend a day celebrating autumn with your whole family, there are numerous events to choose from. For more information on our Bed & Breakfast, simply reach out to our staff today and we will answer all your questions. We look forward to seeing you soon!
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