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Parties & Openings

Nov. 14 - Tivoli
Kaatsbaan's 25th Anniversary

Nov. 13 - Pittsfield
Westward Ho Ho Ho!

Nov. 12 - G. Barrington
The Triplex's 20th Anniversary

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Gallery at Stonover Farm Opening and Barn Dance

Art jewelry lovers of all ages and persuasions, including 15-month-old Kestrel Miro Duke (left), gathered at Suky Werman’s Barn Gallery at Stonover Farm on Friday evening for the opening reception of a show of (mostly) jewelry by Israeli artists.  Leslie Ferrin of the Ferrin Gallery in Pittsfield also has an installation in Werman’s commodious space of works by the potter Emmett Leader that include a small and enchanting garden room, filled with Judaica.  Tom Werman,  preoccupied with parking complications (wet ground having rendered their usual meadow/parking lot a swamp) never made it to the opening.  Presumably, he showed up later for the rhythm extravaganza upstairs in the hay barn, featuring the Berkshire Batteria.

Jonathan Kramer, Dr. Maria Sirois, Carolann Patterson, Gloria Shusterman, and Naples Daily News healthy-eating columnist Lenore Greenstein

        Cindy & Ollie Curme and Nancy Edman Feldman; Courtney Lewis and Martine Nash

Actress and knitwear designer Karen Allen and Herb Hale;  Sienna Patti of the Sienna Gallery in Lenox, Karin Watkins, General Manager of The Mahaiwe Center for the Performing Arts, Donald Clark and Leslie Ferrin, both of the Ferrin Gallery.

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Photographer Kevin Sprague playing the accordion his grandfather brought from Slovenia; furniture designer Ruby Metzner and her daughter Kestrel Miro Duke.

Suky Werman with “recovering attorneys” Orit Kadosh and Petria May; Reid White, John Butterworth, and J.P. Graham

Publisher Sunita Das and practicing attorney Divya Wallace; Sheri & Bruce Rubin

Hancock Shaker Village president Ellen Spear and Church Street Art Gallery owner Michael Ulick; Suky Werman, photographer Julie McCarthy, and Kate Gleason

Artist Michael Zelehoski, whose current show, (De)Constructions, is at the Ferrin Gallery, and Becky Gordon; Nancy Paver and Michael Salke

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