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Beer & Barns 

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The second annual Beer and Barns event will feature images of Hudson Valley barns by lifestyle photographer Samantha Sapienza of Park Avenue Art & Photography, along with images from her “Scene in the Hudson Valley” series. The frameless, rustic images mounted on wood stray from traditional photographic art, and will be available for purchase. Those attending the free of charge Valentine’s Day event are also welcome to indulge in cheese and artisan beer from local (and far-flung) microbreweries. The opening reception is on Friday, February 14 from 4pm-8pm at Grand Cru Beer and Cheese Market on 6384 Mill Street in Rhinebeck. (253) 380-8932.

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  • The second annual Beer and Barns takes place at Grand Cru in Rhinebeck on February 14.

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