Parties & Openings
Sept. 21 - N. Marlborough
Barn Raising Brunch
Sept. 20 - G. Barrington
Fairview Hospital Gala
Sept. 20 - Ghent
OMI's Light Into Night
Rhinebeck’s Paper Trail Always on the Cutting Edge
To call Paper Trail a stationery store is misleading, because owners Maureen Missner and Serine Hastings not only sell classic and cutting-edge notepaper, greeting cards, books, and gift wrap but also artworks made of paper. On Saturday May 8, the store had an opening party for an exhibition of paper constructions (left) made from old books by Ramon Lascano and fanciful paper dresses by Linda Filley that have become the store’s signature window display. When the high winds knocked out the power along Montgomery Street during the party, Missner and Hastings did not resort to lighting candles. “Not with all this paper!” said Hastings.
Paper Trail co-owner Serine Hastings and screenwriter/professor Norman Steinberg; featured artist Ramon Lascano with Paper Trail co-owner Maureen Missner.
Steven Maggio with Susan Fowler Gallagher of Black Sheep Farm; Paper Trail’s Jackie Bunzel with featured artist Linda Filley.
Anna Cafro, a visiting professor of Italian & Spanish at Bard College, with artist Ramon Lascano.
Beatrice Perry of Southwood Farm with Wilderstein president Steven Connell; Mary Udell and Julia Spiegel.
Mimi Dunne, New Yorker cartoonist Danny Shanahan, and Janet Stetson.
Mike Bennett and Pam Sheehan; lawyer Susan Bodine and Bard professor Anna Cafro.
Paper dresses and and a table of paper shoes by Linda Filley.