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August 16 - Litchfield
Susan B. Anthony Project Gala

August 16 - Old Chatham
Fourth Annual B.I.T.S. Gala

August 10 - Millerton
NECC Chef & Farmer Brunch

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7 Dutchess Grand Opening

Rural Intelligence Parties and Openings On Saturday evening in Millerton, 7 Dutchess, the new fashion-and-home-furnishings store run by Joan Osofsky of Hammertown Barn and Mimi Harney, had its official grand opening. Located on the side street across from The Moviehouse, 7 Dutchess carries the kind of stylish clothes that are just right for women who live in the country but don’t want to dress like lumberjacks. The ambience is pure Hammertown, so you can sit down on a comfy sofa and browse through stacks of coffee table books before buying, say, a new set of Fishs Eddy dishes or one of the dramatic tables made from old industrial pieces by Tim Jones of Stissing Design.
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Hammertown’s Dana Osofsky and Stissing Design’s Tim Jones.
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7 Dutchess proprietor Mimi Harney and her husband, Paul Harney;  parental power couple Elyse Harney and John Harney.
 
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Hammertown’s Joan Osofsky with Susan Mieras.
 
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Denise Bovell and Sara Reel; Lu and Amanda Yertut.
 
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Jewelry designer Saski Larraz and Berkshire Property Agents’ Jen Harvey-Montano

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