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History Weekend: The Shakers, pt. 3

I originally stated that this series would be in TWO parts, but, after getting into it, I realized that even THREE parts is hard. However, I promise that this will be the last of this particular subject series. 1,405 more words

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Wine Tasting

For the next two weeks we will be featuring Designer’s Favorites – We asked each design team member to showcase their favorite Paper House Productions products in a project. 454 more words

Patterned Paper

2016 Trip Seven, The Berkshires, Sept 18-19

Hancock, MA. Sept. 19

“Hands to work, hearts to God”. This was one of the more famous sayings of the Shakers, a small religious movement in the 1800s and 1900s. 1,019 more words

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History Weekend: The Shakers, pt. 2

In last week’s post, I introduced the Shakers and recounted their early history, up to the death of their founder, Ann Lee, in Niskayuna outside of Albany. 612 more words

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Simple gifts

I recently heard a story on National Public Radio about an effort to preserve the music of Shakers, a Christian sect founded in England in the 18th century. 390 more words

Noisear - October 8th, 2016 at Shaker's Pub

Obnoxious Noise Presents:

NOISEAR – October 8th, 2016 at Shakers Pub!

with support from Mother Brain, Cognitive, The Communion, Thaetas, Further Down

18+

$10 advance / $12 day of… 11 more words

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History Weekend: The Shakers, pt. 1

Since April, I have had the privilege of working at Hancock Shaker Village. This is a museum that straddles the border of Hancock and Pittsfield in Massachusetts, and I’ve been visiting there for about as long as I’ve lived here in MA (since 2003). 1,300 more words

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