Parties & Openings
June 7 - Great Barrington
Berkshire Playwrights Lab new Season
June 8 - Rhinebeck
Celebrating Empire State Pride Agenda
June 8 - Stockbridge
Enchanted evening with Norman Rockwell Museum
A Litchfield Garden Party for Two Good Causes
It’s called Tea for Two Hundred but there seemed to be many more people than that at the home of Gael Hammer and Gary Goodwin in Washington, CT, on Saturday afternoon, July 26, at the fundraiser for the Northwestern Connecticut AIDS Project and the Susan B. Anthony Project, which promotes safety, healing, and growth for all survivors of domestic and sexual abuse. Guests were requested to wear white and many enthusiastically participated in the 11th annual hat contest. But all eyes were on the event’s honorary chairman, a radiant Laura Linney, who has a house in nearby Salisbury and wore neither white nor a hat.
Laura Linney and Barbara Spiegel, executive director of the Susan B. Anthony project.
Marlene Smith, president of the Susan B. Anthony board, and Roberta Connolly; Cara Blazier.
Daphne and Maddie Eill with Sofia and Eva Lenz.
Marjorie & Jack Taylor; Nini Gridley, the rural community coordinator for the Susan B. Anthony Project.
Laura & Timothy Daly; Richard Lambertson & Suzanne Cassano with John Truex.
Volunteers Meg Race and Tim Hitchcock.
Hat contest hopefuls Kate Sileo and Catherine Bauer; Lorenzo Williams and architect Richard Campbell.