The L.G.B.T. Network, which advocates for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender members of the Long Island and Queens communities, will hold two benefit events here this weekend. The first, a 2 p.m. Saturday barbecue, will be hosted by Edie Windsor at her house in Southampton. Ms. Windsor was the plaintiff in the Supreme Court decision overturning the U.S.
Julia Rose Thompson and Charles Monaco of Springs celebrated their engagement on Sunday with family and friends, at the 1770 House in East Hampton.
Ms. Thompson is the daughter of Steven Thompson of Springs and Michelle Macdonald of Tennessee. Mr. Monaco’s parents are Charles Monaco of New Mexico and Debbe Monaco of Nevada.
The Springs School PTA has put out the call for submissions for the Springs Mystery Art Sale, a fund-raiser for the school's Visiting Artists Program.
After a hiatus last year, the popular sale will return to Ashawagh Hall from May 11 through 13. The deadline for submissions is May 1.