Alec Baldwin Helps Cut the Ribbon on East Hampton Library Addition

Alec Baldwin, who donated $1,275,000 to the Children’s Addition at East Hampton Library, helped the library cut the ribbon at the grand opening celebration on Saturday.

Baldwin was joined by wife Hilaria Baldwin and baby Carmen at the ceremony, with featured a performance by the East Hampton Middle School Bonnettes singers and speeches by elected officials including East Hampton Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell, New York State Assemblyman Fred Thiele and New York State Senator Ken LaValle.

Alexandra Giambruno, the head of East Hampton Library's children's services department, with Alec Baldwin.

Alexandra Giambruno, the head of East Hampton Library’s children’s services department, with Alec Baldwin. Photo credit: Richard Lewin

East Hampton Library Board Chairman Tom Twomey, library director Dennis Fabiszak and Alec Baldwin.

East Hampton Library Board Chairman Tom Twomey, library director Dennis Fabiszak and Alec Baldwin. Photo credit: Richard Lewin

Hilaria Baldwin and Alec Baldwin sit among guests of honor.

Hilaria Baldwin and Alec Baldwin sit among guests of honor. Photo credit: Richard Lewin

An event space in the new addition will be named the Baldwin Family Lecture Room in recognition of his contributions.

Baldwin had a busy Hamptons weekend; he also hosted a screening of Life Itself for the Hamptons International SummerDocs series at Guild Hall.

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