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October 18 - G. Barrington
Berkshire South Gala

October 12 - G. Barrington
Mahaiwe Gala

October 11 - Litchfield
Historical Society Benefit

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Hudson Opera House’s Movable Feast 2010

Executive Director Gary Schiro was everywhere at once, yet still managed to elude our camera, keeping things moving at a brisk pace at the Hudson Opera House’s Movable Feast fundraising gala on Saturday, April 17.  Following cocktails at the Opera House, guests moved on to twenty-four dinner parties, most within walking distance of HOH.  Good thing too, because, after dinner, they were expected to return for dessert, coffee, and a raffle drawing.  Funds raised from the Movable Feast this year will support more than 1025 cultural programs for children and adults, many of them free. 


Former Jeffrey, NY visual director turned former Hudson gallery owner and now a painter John Findysz, a dinner host, with a guest, the actor Parker Posey

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Florist Isabelle Bosquet-Morra and musician Andrew Appel; Joan Davidson and James Male


Tom Griffen, Robert Fullem, and Vesna Grossjohann; John Mathews, and dinner co-host Philippe Soule, along with HOH board president Tom Froese


Andrew Degiacomo, Tom Swope and Leonardo Sideri; dinner host Patricia Naggiar and psychologist Barbara Lewis


Amy Barr, Christine Callander, and the Red Dot’s Alana Hauptmann; Rosemarie Longo, HOH board member and dinner co-host Paul Barrett and Charlene Chai


Robert Rems, Stan Ackert and photographer David Rodgers; writer Edward Tivnan, Judy Ney, and Lee Elman


Hudson City superintendent of schools John Howe and WAMC’s Alan Chartock;
Julia Ritchie and Stephen Ritchie



Psychologist Carol Chinn, Harriet Shur and Hudson’s seasonal cashmere king Bernie Shur; Ann Scott, Liliandloo owner Melinda Slover, Peggy Anderson, and Dini Lamot


John Walter and Jodi Walter; Jennifer Merschdorf and Fairview Wines & Spirits owner Risa Dimm


Phil Myrick, Jeffrey Gannon, and Thea Krumme; HOH Deputy Director Joe Herwick, Martha Holmes and Chuck Currie


Jen Drake and Sarah Gilbert; Alexandra Anderson, architect Rob Whitlock and Roby Whitlock


Important necklaces: Dawn Vennekohl‘s is from her own shop, Hudson Vintage, Judith Flamenbaum‘s from Hudson’s Ornamentum; and Walter Flamenbaum

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