Parties & Openings
Oct. 23 - Ghent
Perfect Ten Lunch
Oct. 22 - Chatham
FilmColumbia Opening Party
Oct. 15 - North Adams
Nick Cave at MASS MoCA
Taking Woodstock Screenings Benefit the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation
Carol and Bob Sadlon held back-to-back screenings of Ang Lee’s Taking Woodstock at The Moviehouse in Millerton on Thursday, August 27, to benefit the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation, which does such good work for the residents of Berkshire, Columbia, Dutchess and Litchfield Counties. Between the shows, there was a reception in the theater’s upstairs gallery, where an original 1969 “Three Days of Peace and Love” Woodstock poster was auctioned off for $1,800.
Sean & Eileen McCarthy from Stanfordville; Marty Reynolds and Irwin Leff.
Kim Capellaro, Barb Riley and Carol Gribble dressed for the occasion.
Andrew Gates of Little Gates & Company Wine Merchants with Eugenie Warner; Realtor Elyse Harney, tea maven John Harney and Rona Roberts, whose late husband, John Roberts, was one of the organizers of the original Woodstock festival.
Jay Lehman Horowitz & Sally Morgan Oberbeck of Lakeville’s Morgan Lehman Gallery; Alie Collins and Alex Harney.
John Harney and Jennifer Dowley, president of the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation, with Carol & Bob Sadlon, who own The Moviehouse.
Artist Henry Kimowicz with his wife, Dr. Kristie Schmidt; composer and lyricist Mary Murfitt with Joan Osofsky of Hammertown Barn.
Maureen Jerome with artist Paul Chaleff who now makes a line of porcelain platters for Hammertown; Sally Zunino and her mother, Carol McCoy Auer.
John Perotti of Lone Pine Farm on Route 22 in Millerton, which was used as a location for Taking Woodstock; Millerton mayor John Scutieri