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STAIR GALLERIES

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Parties & Openings


Oct. 14 - Stockbridge
LitNet American Dream Gala

Oct. 7 - North Adams
Liz Glynn Opening Reception

Oct. 7 - Stockbridge
Schantz Galleries Reception

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Filled To The Brim: The 15th Annual Berkshire Grown Harvest Supper

bg1 Jamie Larson reports from Great Barrington. It’s no secret that Berkshire County’s plate runneth over with local farms, food artisans, and restaurants of the highest quality, but it can still take your breath away to see it all represented in one place. And that’s exactly what happened on Monday, September 16, when Berkshire Grown held its 15th Annual Harvest Supper at Ski Butternut. The resort’s Upper Lodge hosted hundreds of hungry local visitors, who came to be made full by dozens of proud proprietors from across the region. (Show left: Chef Sean Elliot and General Manager Matt Marby from the Stage Coach Tavern in Sheffield.

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John Sellew, Susan Bronson, and Dave and Adrian Dion; Chris Bonnivier and Bill Sheridan from the Gala Steakhouse and Bistro.

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Chef Jimmy Guiden and Molly O’Brien from Williams College; the view into the inviting Upper Lodge at Butternut.

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Barbera Murphy, Beth Isler, Berkshire Grown board members Roberta Hass and Julie Michaels, Richard Cherneff and Berkshire Grown Executive Director Barbara Zheutlin.

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Crista and Martin Stosiek from Markristo Farms; the festive Lodge packed with hundreds of Berkshire Grown Supporters.

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Mary Pat Akers, Berkshire Grown Board Member Hester Velmans and Harvest Supper Event Planner Amy Rudnick; from the Red Lion Inn, Dining Room Manager Joanne Haggerty, Food and Beverage Director Brian Alberg and Restaurant Manager Ann Barry.

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Susan and Aurthur Peisner with Diana and Richard Richter; Ann Getsinger, Dr. Alan Chartock, President and CEO of WAMC/Northeast Public Radio, and Roselle Chartock.

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The Meat Market in Great Barrington’s owner Jeremy Stanton and manager Jim Gop.

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Gloria and Bob Gery and Phil Graham; Inn on the Green chef Peter Platt and pastry assistants Elise Landry and Siabhan Clark.

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Jeff Thompson and Nick LaDuke of Wheatleigh in Lenox; Ginsberg’s Food‘s Bob Raser and Joe Ordway flank Martin Lewis of Martin’s Restaurant.

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