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Art Omi

Chatham Rewraps

Tannery Pond

Vassar art museum


Music and More

Norman ROckwell

Wassaic Project

The Moviehouse

Hotchkiss School

Johnnycake Books

The Mount

Basilica Hudson

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Lane Smith Defends Print

Saturday, September 18 @ noon
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Best-selling children’s book author Lane Smith (Madam President and John, Paul, George & Ben) will read from and sign his latest, It’s a Book, a defense of print in the digital age targeted at little ones.  Smith, who lives in Litchfield County, relays his message in his usual lighthearted-yet-subversive manner, a style that makes his books big hits with both children and those who read aloud to them.

Oblong Books & Music

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