The elegant Athenaeum parties with its supporters

The elegant Athenaeum is set to welcome guests to its annual members party.

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Photo: Susan DeMaggio

The Athenaeum Music & Arts Library hosted its Members’ Holiday Party on Dec. 12 with a European Klezmer band performing lively dance pieces in the library and pianist Sammy Tritt playing traditional holiday tunes in the main foyer. There was food, drink, much socializing, and dazzling cookie displays by Diana and Francois Goedhuys of Girard Gourmet to delights guests. Some 400 people stopped by throughout the evening to enjoy the festivities.

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