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Keeping Account 10.08.20

Wed, 10/07/2020 - 16:15

Culinary Weekend at Baron’s

Baron’s Cove in Sag Harbor will hold an all-inclusive culinary weekend with a two-night stay for $1,396 per person from Friday, Oct. 16, to Oct. 18. Nick Vogel, the executive chef, and his team will prepare dinner on Friday, breakfast, lunch, and a multi-course dinner on Saturday, and breakfast on Sunday. Reservations are by visiting the hotel’s website.

 

Pink Lemonade Beauty Biz

Dashh Wilson, a 2011 Ross School graduate and Springs resident, has launched the Pink Lemonade Beauty Company, an online beauty supply store for Black women. The merchandise includes Sade Baron soaps, Ladione Skincare lotions, Curly Temple hair treatments, wigs, hair coils, and more. A pop-up store with Pink Lemonade’s offerings will be open on Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. at 66 Camberly Road in Springs. Products are also available online at plbeautyco.com.

 

Spur East to Reopen

The Spur co-working space in East Hampton, which has been closed because of the pandemic, is planning to reopen this fall — with occupancy limited to 15 people at a time — if there is enough interest from existing and prospective members. It is offering a 50-percent discount on the $1,500 initiation fee for new members. Those seeking to reactivate their memberships have been asked to email [email protected].


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