What is the recipe for infusing a long-running, well managed historic society with new energy and expertise? In the case of the Andes Society for History and Culture, it appears that a collaboration between Linda Dunne Egner, recruited to the board 2 years ago, and Joanne Kosuda-Warner, on for the past year, is the ticket.
Andes Society for History and Culture
LINDA DUNNE EGNER AND JOANNE KOSUDA-WARNER GET DOWN TO WORK AT THE HUNTING TAVERN MUSEUM -December 2020
There’s a new poetry venue in Andes and it’s called The Poets Quad. This is the space behind the Hunting Tavern, defined on two sides by the Hunting Tavern itself, and Walter Gladstone’s building on the third side. The fourth side, is the imaginary “fourth wall” looking toward the bank.
July will feature “Andes Interiors”—a photo exhibit of inside views of Andes buildings of yesteryear.
By Jim Andrews When I came home from work tonight and opened the kitchen door, I heard the oil burner running in the cellar and felt the warmth that it produced from my 90-year-old radiators. A glance at the thermometer on the back porch verified that it was cold. 10 degrees cold! As much as
A little history regarding Andes Society for History and Culture and the ASHC Thrift Shop.