Current Events


Changes are coming!
    Please read the President"s message in the March newsletter for more details. We have changed the look of the newsletter, HAHappenings that incorporates the new HAH logo. You will also soon see the logo on a beautiful sign that will be readily visible at the corner of the garden, School Street and the parking lot.
    Our website (hahgarden.org) will take on a new look due to a necessary change of Internet Provider. Therefore as of February 28, 2015 you may experience a lapse of availability because of the transition. Our address remains the same, hahgarden.org, and you will still be able access the library books.

Scheduled Events in February:

HAH Winter Book Group - Sat., Feb. 7 at 11am
PLACE: HAH John LoGerfo Library - Bridgehampton Community House
Come and enjoy Winter Chats with our Gardeners Book Group! Three books will be discussed:
1: Fresh Cuts: Flower Arranging
2: A Weaver's Memoir
3: Queen Elizabeth in the Garden: Love, Rivalry and Spectacular Gardens
Each reviewer will speak about a book they've read while you relax and enjoy! Refreshments will be served.
We look forward to as many people as possible attending. Members and Non-Members FREE.

Lecture with Karen Perkins


Sunday, February 8th at 2pm - Bridgehampton Community House



Saturday, February 21st at 10am
HAH Roundtable Discussion
Topic: Pruning - What to prune in late winter and spring and how to do it Pam Harwood will lead the discussion, we will begin promptly at 10am and end at noon and she will insure that there is a "halftime" session during which we will open the floor for attendees to ask questions. She looks forward to seeing you.
Members and non-members free. HAH John LoGerfo Library, School Street side of the Bridgehampton Community House.

John LoGerfo Library
Open Hours: Saturdays 10am to Noon, before and after the Sunday monthly lectures and most Tuesdays from 10 am to Noon. Should anyone wish to use the library resources at another time, please give us a call at 631.537.2223, special arrangements are possible.
Books, Magazines, bulletins, Videos (CD-Rom) and more can be searched on the LoGerfo library page.

BECOME A MEMBER: The mission statement defines the goals of the Alliance. Please join the HAH by filling out our Membership form.
Give a Year of Pleasure to Someone Special! A Membership in the Horticultural Alliance of the Hamptons. Let the HAH arrange it for you – Call 631.537.2223 or mail in the membership form.

MEMBER NEWS: Long time HAH member, Dee Finkelstein and husband, Howard will be relocating to New Mexico. Although excited that they will be moving close to family, Dee, a master gardener and professional landscaper for many years is saddened to list for sale their attractive Remsenberg home and two acre garden. This garden has been featured in tours conducted by the HAH, the Garden Conservancy, the Rhododendron Society and others, as well as being featured in several gardening magazines. Dee, and her garden will be missed. For a tour of this property contact the Finkelsteins.

REFERENCE and RESEARCH: Botanical Gardens, Societies, Plants, General Gardening and more are conveniently listed. Horticultural Reference.

KARISH SCHOLARSHIP: Each year the HAH presents a scholarship to eligible students studying Horticulture. Interested students, parents or friends please see the Karish page.

HAHappenings: Have you misplaced last month's edition of the newsletter? The newsletter archive contains back issues (2007 - 2014) as well as the current edition and can be viewed and printed. There is a wealth of information in the back issues accessible by month and year.