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September/October 2018 HOOK Magazine 47 companying a show of her work will be a workshop based on Wan's floral designs and will have a collabora5ve spin that in- cludes floral arrangements by Piermont florist Ned Kelly, whose shop is right down the street. A children's workshop is also being planned. St. Pierre and Loving see the spirit of rejuvena5on reflected si- multaneously in Garde's ar5s5c resurgence and in the up5ck of Piermont's cultural life. Having lived in the area for years, St. Pierre cites the town's evolu5on from the 1970's hippie move- ment to when Piermont became a dining des5na5on, to the slump of the 2008 recession and the recovery from the devastat- ing Super Storm Sandy in 2012. "Right now, there is a strong re- vival happening here," says St. Pierre. "We are seeing yoga in the park with parents and their children. The town is catering to mil- lennials and younger families, but here, all ages are integral to the community. It's great to see." 466 Piermont Avenue, Piermont, NY artsuiteny@gmail.com 845.595.8111, www.artsuiteny.com

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