23rd Annual Family Day - Sunday, August 5, 2012
SUNDAY, August 5, 2012
10AM - 2PM
The Albert Einstein College of Medicine’s Annual Family Day is the premier family event in the Hamptons. Family Day has been attended by approximately 1300 children and adults and raising an average of $400,000 in recent years. Every year sets new records as the buzz continues to spread growing the event and press coverage. The event is co-chaired by Alison Hirshman Brettschneider, Marlowe Bamberger, Mindy Feinberg, Jackie Harris Hochberg and Lyss Stern.
The Ross School
739 Butter Lane
Bridgehampton, NY
Complimentary Valet Parking for all guests is located at Sayre Park, 156 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton. Continuous shuttle bus service will be provided to the Ross School which is located around the corner from Sayre Park. If you would prefer to valet park on the grounds of the Ross School you can purchase a VIP Parking Pass. See the invitation or response card for further details.
Who Benefits?
Women’s Division’s current $3 million campaign to support research in Women’s Health and Cancers.
Make a Difference
The funds raised will fund cutting-edge basic and translational research studies focusing on cancers that affect women -- including gynecological cancers (ovarian, cervical and uterine) and breast cancer.
Event Activities
The western themed carnival features games, rides, exciting contests like a scavenger hunt, freeze dancing hula hooping, a potato sack race, parent/child tug-of-war, watermelon eating and a water balloon toss. Ongoing activities include a silent auction, arts and crafts, family photos, a bungee bull, giant slide, inflatable bouncers, petting zoo, pony rides, western dress-up, an obstacle course, carnival booths, cupcake decorating, hairstyling, face painting, balloon artists, and much more!
Press Coverage
Last year we were featured on television shows including Entertainment Today and The Insider and covered in publications such as New York Post, Newsday, US Weekly and Hamptons Magazine.
Phone: 718-430-2818 or