This Month’s Top Party Pictures

See who we photographed out on the town in our April 2016 parties and events gallery

Click through to see who’s been out and about in the Hudson Valley in our parties and events gallery.

 

Milkweed, a new art space dedicated to community building in Sugar Loaf, welcomed a friendly crowd to its open house on Feb. 4. The night featured live entertainment, local culinary delights, and artworks by local artists. From left: Milkweed founding members Olivia Baldwin, Ricky McAndress, Megan Jemison, and Brandon Knopp.

Photograph by Hannah Maxwell Photography.

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The Hudson Gateway Association of REALTORS® and the Hudson Gateway Multiple Listing Service welcomed new officers at its 100th Anniversary Gala at the Ritz-Carlton in White Plains on Jan. 21. From left: Incoming HGMLS President Renee Zurlo and HGAR President Marcene Hedayati.

 

On Jan. 27, the American Cancer Society presented the Newburgh Police Department with a certificate of appreciation for its No Shave in November fund-raiser and awareness event, which raised more than $1,000 for the organization. From left: Sergeant Joseph Cortez, Detective Michael Pitt, Anna Trocino and Veronica Ingram-Henry of the ACS, and Lieutenant Peter VanCura.

 

Filled with food, dancing, and a magical atmosphere, the Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce’s annual Winter Wonderland Gala took place at the Grandview in Poughkeepsie on Feb. 6. From left: Carlo and Nick Citera, co-owners of Cosimo’s Restaurant Group; Jocelyn Zimmer-Klastow of Zimmer Brothers Jewelers; Jennifer Davies-Sadowski of Davies Hardware; Chip Simon and Karen Hansen Simon; IBM Poughkeepsie’s Kevin Cleary and Sheila Appel; and DCRCC President and CEO Frank Castella, Jr.

 

Close to 400 women — most of whom were dressed in red — attended the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Luncheon at Poughkeepsie’s Grandview on Feb. 26. Former FBI agent Pat Kirby — the inspiration for the character of Clarice in the 1991 film Silence of the Lambs — was the keynote speaker.

From left: Luncheon attendees Dr. Peter Zakow, Patti Zakow, guest speaker Pat Kirby, Dr. Ethan Gundeck, and Elizabeth Gundeck.

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Close to 400 women — most of whom were dressed in red — attended the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Luncheon at Poughkeepsie’s Grandview on Feb. 26. Former FBI agent Pat Kirby — the inspiration for the character of Clarice in the 1991 film Silence of the Lambs — was the keynote speaker.

The 2016 class of BetterU Challenge participants — women who spend 12 weeks making lifestyle changes in order to combat heart disease — are congratulated by Central Hudson executive Denise Doring VanBuren (back row, third from left). Central Hudson has sponsored the BetterU Challenge for the past five years.

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