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
Spring for Art Celebrates the Blossoming of Millerton
Eclectic, eccentric and electric are all adjectives one could use to describe Millerton’s Spring for Art evening on May 1, when nearly every business in town—from Elyse Harney Real Estate and Gilmor Glass to Little Gates & Company and the Motorworks—exhibited work by local artists, and served wine and cheese. The warm weather contributed to the street-party atmosphere as giddy merchants anitcipated a busy summer season now that Millerton has evolved—to the shock and delight of many who’ve been around town for more than a decade—into a day-trip destination.
Carol Sadlon of The Moviehouse on the porch of Simmon’s Way Village Inn with owner Marty Reynolds.
Antique textiles authority Titi Halle and furniture maker Peter Felske; Stephanie & Peter Katz and their daughter, Arrabella.
Exhibiting artist David Valyou with Keelie Christman.
Melissa Davis of Little Gates & Co. wine merchants offers homemade tea sandwiches to Dick Solomon; green designer Nick Xatzis and actress Corena Chase.
Custom-guitar maker Shane Kramer, who exhibited his guitars at Motorworks, with Athena Fliakos of Mass Bliss; Noah Kramer mugs for the camera with his parents, Jennifer & Alex Kramer of Motorworks, which hosted an after-party with a rock band in the garage.
Real estate broker Barbara Roth flanked by Wesley & Evan LePatner.
Millerton’s own Marcus Welby, Dr. Kristie Schmidt, with Bonnie Hundt of the Hylton Hundt Salon; Ella Schmidt with her puppy, Elvis Puglsey, and her father, the artist Henry Kimowicz, who showed one of his cardboard sculptures at Gilmor Glass.
Great Barrington’s doyenne of vintage clothing Petria May with Elizabeth Kasevich; TriArts board member Carol Kalikow with interior designer Matthew Patrick Smyth who recently redecorated the White Hart Inn.