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Parties & Openings


March 16 - Williamstown
WCMA Season Celebration

March 3 - Lenox
Andrew DeVries Benefit Party

Feb. 23 - Pittsfield
Real Art Party

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First Columbians Honors Architects

First Columbians House of HistoryJamie Larson reports from Kinderhook. Our region’s notable architects and their work to protect, restore and add to our rich architectural history was honored Saturday, June 13 by the Columbia County Historical Society. The posh gala, called First Columbians, was held on the grounds of the Vanderpoel House of History, a great example of the heritage architects work so hard to restore while also designing the future. The event showcased the work of BarlisWedlick Architects, James Dixon Architect PC, Kate Johns and James Joseph of Hottenroth + Joseph. Set during a perfect, bright late spring afternoon, the First Columbians soiree seemed to celebrate the beauty of the season as much as that of the manmade structure on display.


Kinderhook Building Inspector Glen Smith, Bill Stratton and Sheila Cramer; Tom and Susan Nickerson, Gerry and Neal Smith and CCHS Treasurer Susan Sharp.


Columbia County Historical Society President Jim Guidera, former president Russell Pomeranz and Scott Franzel.


Nathan Kernan and Thomas Whitridge; Kailey Castellano, Kinderderhook Wine and Liquors owner Jill Castellano and German Delgado.


Jim Dixon with Lesley and Mathew Herzberg; CCHS Trustee Nicholas Haylett, Former CCHS President Susan Tripp and David Tripp.


Louise Kelly, CCHS Trustee Roderic Blackburn and Peter Kelly.


Robert Culver, Trustee Anne Schomaker and Andrew Goetz; guests catch some shade under the tent.

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