Settling in for movie night in the village

On Friday, July 22, the Kinderhook Business and Professional Association (KBPA) hosted a dance party with DJ Jared Widjeskog and a free screening of Wes Anderson’s “Moonrise Kingdom” on the lawn of The School/Jack Shainman Gallery, on Broad Street in the Village of Kinderhook. Paul Struntz of Upstate Films, from Rhinebeck, introduced the movie at around 8:30 p.m. Audience members were asked to bring their own chairs and blankets and were encouraged to take-out food from local restaurants to have a picnic on the lawn of what was the former Martin Van Buren Elementary School. The event included on-site concessions from Adirondack Kettlekorn and Dutch Desserts. Photo by Emilia Teasdale

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