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Parties & Openings


Sept. 21 - N. Marlborough
Barn Raising Brunch

Sept. 20 - G. Barrington
Fairview Hospital Gala

Sept. 20 - Ghent
OMI's Light Into Night

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Dog Day Afternoon in Hudson

Despite the sizzling heat, tous les chiens of Hudson and beyond, their proud and hopeful owners in tow, paraded down Warren Street on Saturday before gathering at the Basilica for the Walking the Dog Theater benefit dog show.  A panel of dogly-wize children analyzed each canine’s merits before awarding it a suitable prize.  Musty Chiffon, in the guise of Mrs. Boyle, was there with a purse-full of kibble to keep little Psyche in line. Her sage fashion advice: “My dears, this is not a day for navy blue.”


Musty Chiffon, as Mrs. Boyle, has a stern word with a disrespectful youth.  Psyche behaves.

Rural Intelligence Parties and Openings
Sandra Smith with her French bulldog Juliet, who won for Most Ladylike; Evan Young seizes a photo op with Honest, a pit bull mix. 


Andrea Lowenthal with dachshunds Lily, Harry and Max.; Jean Stoler and her granddaughter Ella Stoler with Cooper, a golden doodle. 

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