Busy weekend events draw crowd

Artist Eric Forstmann chatted with guests and signed copies of his work. One of his prints was donated to a raffle for the Friends of the Irondale Schoolhouse, to help fund the building’s relocation to downtown Millerton. Photo By Stefanie Giglio

MILLERTON — What started as a triple grand opening for three businesses in Millerton ended up growing into what was unofficially dubbed “Millerton Day.”

The three original grand openings were for Gilded Moon Framing, Little Gates Wine Merchants and Eckert Fine Art gallery. All three businesses have recently relocated to new premises on Main Street.

Those openings happened to coincide with other local events, including the opening of the 14th Colony Artists Spring Art Show, the grand opening of Hair on the Run salon and boutique and the Lions Club Carnival.

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