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  • Chris and Marcia Schenck of East Hampton have announced the engagement of their daughter, Jordan Schenck, to John Foster Jr., the son of John and Cindy Foster of Hampton Bays.

    Ms. Schenck is a registered nurse at Meeting House Lane Medical. Her fiancé is a teacher at the Springs School. They live in Hampton Bays and plan to be married on Sept. 12, 2015.

  • Lauren Santich and Alfonso Maldonado of Montauk were engaged on Aug. 12 aboard the Mon Tiki at sunset.

    Mr. Maldonado’s parents are Alfonso Maldonado of Patchogue and Zulma and Dan Boerem of Montauk. Ms. Santich’s parents are Gloria Rousell and Matthew Santich, both of Montauk. The couple first met in 2011. They are planning a 2015 wedding.

  • Thursday, August 28
    HAMPTON CLASSIC, competition continues in jumper and hunter divisions, including amateur-owner jumper, $10,000 Royalton Farm open jumper, and the $10,000 Sam Edelman equitation championship in the Grand Prix ring, Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton, showgrounds.
    PUMP AND RUN, Atlantic Avenue Beach, Amagansett, 6 p.m.
    MEN’S SLOW-PITCH, game four, if needed, of best-of-five Montauk league final between the Montauk Brewing Company and Sloppy Tuna, Hank Zebrowski field, 8 p.m.

  • Rena Hewie Stoutt, who owned Jamaica Specialties on North Main Street in East Hampton, died at Stony Brook University Hospital on Aug. 12, surrounded by family.
  • Center Stage at the Southampton Cultural Center will hold open auditions for Kander and Ebb’s “The World Goes ’Round” at 6 p.m. on Sept. 8 and 9 at the center’s Levitas Center for the Arts. Rehearsals will begin immediately after the auditions.

    The play will run from Oct. 23 through Nov. 9. More information is available from Michael Disher, the director, at mbentondisher@gmail.com.

  • Harold Ralston Simmons Jr., an internationally noted interior designer, died at home in East Hampton on Aug. 12.
  • Jazz en Plein Air, the Parrish Art Museum’s Friday night series, will conclude for the summer tomorrow with a 6 p.m. performance by Hector Martignon’s Foreign Affair Quartet. Mr. Martignon, who was born in Colombia and is based in New York City, has composed, orchestrated, produced, performed, and recorded music in a wide spectrum of genres. His two most recent CDs were nominated for Grammy Awards.

  • Marianne Toy of Sag Harbor Village, whose smile was the first thing people noticed about her, her family said, died on Aug. 5 at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City.
  • Patricia A. Reilly Dunn, who lived on Newtown Lane in East Hampton for 50 years and in that time managed the Sea Spray Inn and worked as a real estate broker at the Windward and Devlin McNiff agencies, died on Aug. 13 at home in Ridge after a brief illness.
  • The Shelter Island Friends of Music’s free concert series will present Intersection, a music trio based in New York City, on Sunday at 8 p.m. at the Shelter Island Presbyterian Church.

    Intersection features Laura Frautschi on violin, Kristina Reiko Cooper on cello, and John Novacek on piano. Its repertoire ranges from the classic, multiple-instrument concerti of Beethoven, Brahms, and Mendelssohn to new works written by such young composers as Patrick Zimmerli, Kenji Bunch, Dan Coleman, and Ryuichi Sakamoto.

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