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Saturday Night Fever at Hunter Bee in Millerton

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When Jonathan Bee (left with librarian Rita Delgado) and Kent Hunter opened their Hunter Bee antiques shop two-and-a-half years ago, they brought a much-appreciated party-boy spirit to Main Street in Millerton. They helped bring together merchants to create the Enjoy Millerton campaign.  On Saturday night, they turned their store into a disco and invited their fellow merchants to dance amidst the folk art and ephemera to a local band called the Kyles.

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Host Kent Hunter with Brigitte Harney; Alex Harney with Caitrin Rooney, who works at Nudel.
 
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Musician and teacher Jonathan Grusauskas of Millerton’s Music Cellar and Mimi Harney who plays bass with the Kyles.

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Artist Henry Klimowicz with his daughter, Ella Schmidt; Greg & Annie Bidou of Toymakers Cafe in Falls Village.
 
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Florist Kamilla Najdek and EcoBuilders’ Donald Najdek; Bill McGinn and Christopher Baetz.
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Oakhurst Diner owner John Panzer with Kristen Panzer who plays drums with the Kyles and Susan Scheele.

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