Parties & Openings
Nov. 18 - Pittsfield
Berkshire Museum Tree Fest
Nov. 17 - Lenox
Multicultural BRIDGE Awards
Nov. 15 - Torrington
NWCT Arts Council Awards
Antiques: Hudson Supermarket Celebrates
On Saturday, November 22, Vintage and Modern Inc. and the Hudson Supermarket co-hosted a drinks and dim-sum do to introduce new vendors. Dealers from up-and-down Warren Street joined in welcoming (have these people never heard of cut-throat competition?) Olenka, whose “Artworks” floral designs now occupies the space near one of the front windows, David Petrovsky, Tom Noonan, James Cummings, Thurley Randolph, Nicholas Hardy, Richard Eagan, Kathy Pakay, and Daniel Turk. Besides the myriad antiques sellers, there were antiques seekers, including at least two bonafide farmers and a few artists. We ask you: where else?
Seth Datz, John Hannan, owner of The Van Schaack House , the uber-elegant Kinderhook B&B, and photographer Pat Harbron; Kim and Jennifer Arenskjold of Arenskjold Antiques with Chris Sansbury (center) of Vintage and Modern Inc., who co-hosted the party.
Hudson Supermarket owner Able Sun with his colleagues, Circa Trade vendor Courtney Pyle, and the one who keeps it all together, Christina Bohnsack
Antiques seekers Johanna Bard and her daughter Jessica Bard; therapist Dr. Bob Gillis and serious dairy farmer (Glencadia Farm) Christopher Fortugno III.
Cynthia Lathrop, Thomas Malic, and Todd Gribben owner of Gris Antiques; Adelle Gleamann (center) with Douglas Maguire and his wife Anna
Mark Wasserbach of Mark’s Antiques, Michael Levinson of Gray Fish Interiors, and Karen Murphy of Carousel Antiques; George Stillwaggen of the eponymous Hudson antiques store, new Hudson Supermarket vendor Kathy Pakay of Relics Antiques, and Henry Antiques’ Nancy Shaver