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Trade Secrets

2017 Resource GUIDE


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Trade Secrets Resource Guide Welcome to TRADE SECRETS 2017! We are incredibly excited to welcome you to our 17th annual Trade Secrets fundraising event! What began as a small event in my backyard has grown into one of New England’s finest horticultural outings, attracting attendees from across the country, and around the world. This much-anticipated event – months in preparation - is the major fundraiser for Women’s Support Services (WSS). Covering the northwest corner of Connecticut and surrounding communities in New York and Massachusetts, WSS provides crisis intervention and preventive education, as well as legal, medical, housing and other assistance to fulfill its mission of creating a community free of domestic violence and abuse. The TRADE SECRETS RESOURCE GUIDE has become a muchappreciated source of information for our attendees. It contains useful information on the area’s premier landscape professionals, home designers, home and garden destinations, lodging, dining, and more. We hope you will enjoy it, and find it a useful guide to the area’s best businesses. We want to thank all those who advertise in the TRADE SECRETS RESOURCE GUIDE. Their dollars, along with the contributions of many generous individuals and organizations, enable Women’s Support Services to fulfill its mission. We also want to recognize the many, many hours devoted by WSS volunteers. Without their dedication and hard work, TRADE SECRETS would not have become such an outstanding event. This beautiful event for a wonderful cause would not be possible without YOU, our generous event attendees. Thank you, thank you for your enthusiasm and support. Enjoy this weekend, and know that you have made a difference in the lives of the many families and individuals in crisis who rely on Women’s Support Services to help them on the path toward a healthy, safe future. With much appreciation,

Bunny Williams Founder and Honorary Chair

“There are a few events that go on my calendar each year that I consider sacrosanct: my family’s birthdays, my summer vacation in Maine, my Christmas party, my Easter egg hunt and Trade Secrets.” - Martha Stewart


Trade Secrets Underwriters (as of April 6, 2017) Honorary Chair: Bunny Williams

FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

Barbara Kahn Moller & Karsten Moller Janet Offensend Alexandra & Frederick Peters Ellen Petersen Donna Raftery Edie & Ken Schechter Maria Schmidt Adrian & Maggie Selby William P. Short III, In Memory of Nancy Jean Fulop Short Douglas Dockery Thomas Barbara Tober

Elizabeth Garber Daniels Laurie & Peter Grauer Tony Kiser/The William and Mary Greve Foundation Elaine LaRoche Janine Luke Bunny Williams & John Rosselli

BENEFACTORS Anne H. Bass Kathleen & Robert Clarke Annette de la Renta Mrs. Rees Harris Dee & Jimmy Haslam Maria Horn & Thomas Quinn Scott & Pamela Ulm

SPONSORS George Ahl Anonymous Lee Auchincloss Charlotte Barnes Ben Young Landscape Architect Patricia Best Janet Andre Block Scott & Roxanne Bok Adelaide Camillo & Ron Gross Giulio Capua Hugo Cassirer & Sarah Buttrick Maja Clark Kenneth Cohen & Christopher Conway J. Barclay Collins & Kristina Durr Judith Crouch Page Dickey Eliza Dyson & Joel LeVangia Ed Herrington, Inc. Elyse Harney Real Estate Mimi Estes Jill Fortney Andrew Gerlach & Ciara Marley Kim & Jeff Greenberg Licia Hahn & Gene Dattel Hammertown, Joan Osofsky Laura Harris Dee Hickey

PATRONS Mary Ackerman Ann Griffith Ash Richard & Freya Block Helen Bodian Susan Parker Brant Stacey Campbell, In Memory of Fiona Lundell Jennifer & Derek Dillon ESME.com Jodie Fink Robert Fish II Lisa Ford Timothy & Lisa Foster Ann M. Goodbody Agnes Gund Mr. & Mrs. William R. Harris, Jr. G. Anne Harris-Milliken Candace Hart Wilson Henley & Bruce Glickman Alexandra Lange Roger & Fa Liddell George Mason & Pamela Wilson 2


Trade Secrets Underwriters Madeline & Ian Hooper Nancy & Neil Humphreys Beth & Jack Isler Maureen M. Jerome Carol & Richard Kalikow Jane & Bob Keiter Taryn & Mark Leavitt Lee Link Elise Lufkin Priscilla & Alan McCord Guy & Caroline Merison Laura & Ed Midgley Deborah & Brian Munson Leslie Needham Connie Newberry Jonathan Raiola & Lawrence Treglia Terry Regan Susan & Peter Restler Katie Ridder Sandy Rippe Suzanne G. Sales Salisbury Bank and Trust Co. Sharon OBGYN (TSWS) Betsy Smith Matthew Patrick Smyth Howard Sobel & Ileene Smith Benjamin F. Stapleton III Merrielou Symes Tiffany & Jed Taxel Jennifer Thorne Susan Wallace & John Heilshorn, Jr. Alicia D. Zalka, MD

Capalino & Company Patricia P. Conlin Deborah & Gerald Davis Susan S. DeMelle Jill Drew Kim & Carey Fiertz Deban Flexner Melanie Fowler Jane Garmey Adelaide Goldfrank Dotty Smith Goldfrank Edith Greenwood Debra Hogencamp Fiona Hooper Mary Hall Howland Bindy Kaye Fernanda Kellogg & Kirk Henckels Roxana Laughlin Raymond Learsy Lisa Lowell Lynden B. Miller Chuck & Ellen Mosher Debbie & Ajay Nagpal Deborah Nielsen Suzanne Oliver Britta Pemberton Bonnie Regendahl Barbara Paul Robinson Roxana Robinson Helen Klein Ross Babette & Chris Schmidt Carol Schnall John & Julia Scott Sharon Auto Body, Inc. Betsy Covington Smith Daisy Soros, In Honor of Candace Hart Arete Warren Kathleen G. Weigel Harriet Weiss Claire Werner Laura Werntz Mary N. Young Barbara Zimmerman

CONTRIBUTORS Tina Adler The Asen Foundation, Scott Asen, Trustee Gini & Randy Barbato Robert & Candice Barker Tina F. Bolton Joan H. & David E. Bright Lisa Brown Suzanne Butterfield Elizabeth Cabot 3


About Women’s Support Services Women’s Support Services, Inc. (WSS) is a nonprofit domestic violence agency serving Northwest Connecticut and the surrounding communities in New York and Massachusetts. The mission of WSS is to create a community free of domestic violence and abuse through intervention, prevention, and education. We offer free, confidential, client-centered services focused on safety, support, advocacy, and community outreach. WSS began in 1979 when a group of concerned local women who worked in the healthcare field identified the need for services for “battered women”. They committed themselves to educating others about the issue of abuse and the need to help local victims. In 1981, the agency was incorporated under the name of Women’s Emergency Services (WES), received its nonprofit status, and established its hotline. In 1999, WES changed its name to Women’s Support Services (WSS), to better describe our expanded services. Women’s Support Services is committed to promoting coordinated community response – a commitment that draws upon our entire community to combat abuse and promote messages of healthy behavior. Our current services include a 24-hour confidential hotline, short-term emergency shelter, individual counseling and safety planning, case management, support groups, legal advocacy, transportation, and referral. WSS staff members are available to accompany persons to court, assist in obtaining financial assistance, housing, employment, clothing, daycare, and other needs. In addition to providing direct services for victims of abuse, WSS is committed to violence prevention education and offers programming in our area schools and communities. WSS provides speakers for community groups, organizes community awareness activities, trains local professionals, and runs a Violence Prevention Education Program for grades pre-K through 12. Between October 2015 and September 2016, Women’s Support Services: • Worked with 527 clients - including 41 children - to provide support services and crisis response. • Led 343 sessions on topics ranging from bullying and healthy relationships to teen dating violence and conflict resolution in schools, daycares, and facilities. • Delivered 794 individual counseling sessions. • Provided court-based advocacy and support to 250 victims of family violence. Proceeds from Trade Secrets cover one-third of the annual operating budget for WSS and are critical to ensuring that all services are free and confidential. 4


Who Does Domestic Violence Affect?

1 in 3 women According to the 2010 Summary Report of the National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey, more than 1 in 3 women and more than 1 in 4 men in the United States have experienced rape, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention).

1 in 4 men

On September 16, 2015, across the United States and U.S. Territories, 71,828 adults and children received vital services from 1,752 domestic violence programs. On the same day, 12,197 requests for services were unmet due to a lack of resources (2015 Domestic Violence Counts National Summary, National Network to End Domestic Violence). In Connecticut in 2016, more than 29,000 victims were provided courtbased advocacy – a 15% increase from 2015 (Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence).

3 women killed each day On average, three women are killed by a current or former intimate partner each day in the United States (Department of Justice). According to a nationwide analysis of homicide data in 2013 by the Violence Policy Center, 1,615 females were murdered by males in single victim/single offender incidents. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 62 percent were wives or other intimate acquaintances of their killers.

46 million kids According to a 2010 report on trends in childhood violence and abuse exposure, more than 46 million kids experience trauma and violence each year – more than the population of Florida, New York, and Wisconsin combined (2012 Report of the Attorney General’s National Task Force on Children Exposed to Violence).

All WSS services are confidential and free of charge. If you or someone you know is being abused, call the WSS 24-hour hotline at (860) 364-1900 Women’s Support Services, PO Box 341, Sharon, CT 06069 PHONE

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About Women’s Support Services BOARD OF DIRECTORS Judith Crouch, Board Chair Steve McKibben, Treasurer Diana Bisselle C. Warren Carter Susan DeMelle Lisa Foster

Emily Vail, Vice Chair Mimi Estes, Secretary

Katherine Freygang Maria Horn Alexandra Lange

Clare Rashkoff Carrie Smith Emma Wynn

STAFF

Dr. D. Elizabeth Mauro, Executive Director Shelly Ross Robbins, Fund Development and Communications Coordinator Vicki Kirkpatrick, Trade Secrets Event Coordinator and Financial Administrator Rebecca Cohen-Lillard, Child Advocate and Community Educator Liz Davis, Adult Counselor Advocate Jessica Troy, Adult Advocate Lisa Waldron, Family Violence Victim Advocate Louisa Dux, Trade Secrets Administrative Assistant Ashley Gille, Hotline Counselor Elly Roraback, Hotline Counselor Noemi Medina, Hotline Counselor

OUR SPECIAL THANKS

The Women’s Support Services (WSS) Board of Directors would like to acknowledge the following individuals, without whom Trade Secrets could not be the success that it is: • Trade Secrets Founder and Honorary Event Chair Bunny Williams & John Rosselli • Elaine LaRoche, who, with the help of the LionRock Farm staff, so generously hosts this most magical of events • Consultant Deborah Munson, whose invaluable horticultural expertise and vast knowledge of Trade Secrets’ history helps make the event so special • Each underwriter, whose generosity enables us to hold the event • Our Garden Tour hosts, for showcasing their beautiful grounds • The Trade Secrets committee co-chairs, whose months of hard work made this weekend possible • Each vendor, for bringing such great rare and unusual items to sell, and for their dedication and support in making the event so successful • The dozens of Trade Secrets volunteers, who, along with the WSS staff, give their time before, during, and after the event • And the many local businesses that support our organization 6


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Trade Secrets Volunteers It takes hundreds of volunteers each year to create Trade Secrets. On the next few pages, learn a bit more about some of the men and women behind the scenes who make this event possible. We are especially grateful to Anne Day and Jonathan Doster for the beautiful portraits on the following pages.

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Soon after, my friend Adelaide Harris asked me to join the Underwriting Committee for Trade Secrets, of which she was the co-chair. I was honored and Lisa thrilled to be raising money for an event that would help fund a cause I feel very strongly about – ending domestic violence.

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y husband and I moved to Salisbury ten years ago in the early spring and everyone told us we must attend Trade Secrets. Our first Trade Secrets venture was on a cold, snowy day but we were nevertheless mesmerized by the beauty, by the camaraderie of the volunteers and vendors, and by the uniqueness of the event. I knew immediately that I wanted “in” and the next year I volunteered as a vendor assistant. I had so much fun working and getting to know all of the wonderful volunteers.

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I now have served as co-chair of the Underwriting Committee for the last five years and have served on the Board of Directors of Women’s Support Services for six years. Clearly, I love Women’s Support Services and Trade Secrets, and am so proud of the work the legions of volunteers and the Women’s Support Services staff do each year. Trade Secrets is a way of helping Women’s Support Services continue its mission and, at the same time, providing a spectacular event for the community to enjoy. Trade Secrets signals the beginning of spring and all of its beauty, but it also brings hope that we can end domestic violence through education, prevention, and intervention. What a privilege it is for me to be involved with Trade Secrets and Women’s Support Services in so many ways. 9


Trade Secrets Volunteers Secrets ten years ago, I thought I had signed up for the usual country garden show. That day, however, I learned how completely I had mistaken the purpose of this remarkable undertaking. I found that the devotion of the volunteers for Trade Secrets on both Saturday and Sunday is characteristic of the entire event. From the gathering of the first shift early in the morning Saturday at LionRock Farm until late afternoon Sunday at the various garden locations, their energy and commitment fill the air.

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The first time I volunteered at Trade

Everyone involved in Trade Secrets is keenly aware of the vital need for the work of Women’s Support Services. Susan DeMelle The dedicated professionals on staff there restore hope and a sense of security in those who have been desperate and alone. I will be forever grateful to have been given the opportunity to engage in supporting their mission.

I’ve had the pleasure of volunteering at Trade Secrets for several years now and I feel blessed to be involved with such supportive, creative people. Growing up in the Northwest Corner, I always knew about the wonderful work Women’s Support Services did, but I never knew how I could be involved. As a gardener by trade, this event allows me to be a part of an amazing group of individuals who put their love and dedication into every aspect of Trade Secrets to help support Women’s Support Services.

Brie Giunta

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began volunteering a few years ago as a Garden Captain, and then offered my help with food service, as I had some experience in this area. I volunteer at Trade Secrets because of what Women’s Support Services does for the whole community. They have been helping families in my community for many years through education programs that help to prevent violence before it starts, as well as giving direct help to women and families in need. I enjoy working with all the other volunteers. There is a huge force of women, men, and whole families who give their time for this event which helps to fund this wonderful organization. This event has created a community of volunteers and I am so proud to be a part of it.

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here are many reasons why I have volunteered for both Women’s Support Services and for Trade Secrets over the years. Women’s Support Services is a very important cause in our community. The funds raised by Trade Secrets support programs at Women’s Support Services that include education, social services, and counseling. I am particularly active on the Underwriting Committee for Trade Secrets because I feel that I can make a difference. I love networking and raising money and Trade Secrets is one of my favorite events in the community. The venue is perfect and so many people love the event and more importantly they truly enjoy giving back to a cause that can help others. I enjoy working with both the other volunteers and the Women’s Support Services employees.

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Trade Secrets Volunteers

Elyse Harney and Elyse Harney Morris

We live amongst the most generous community, bonded together by

generous volunteers who are committed to the area, and its need for fundraising. My first bake sale, in support of my son John’s Biathlon Team, was almost rained out. The Salisbury Pharmacy, however, offered shelter so that the “show could go on,” selflessly giving without hesitation, and without even understanding the concept of a biathlon. Women’s Support Services has shown this same unwavering dedication to its cause despite being a little-understood concept throughout the greater community. Women’s Support Services epitomizes the New England spirit through their efforts to offer services free of charge, and with total confidentiality, to those in need of support. It is a good example of neighbor helping neighbor, fueled only by the power of giving. My husband John, daughter-in-law Brigitte, and I served tea in an impromptu spring snowstorm at one of Trade Secrets’ earliest events, held at Bunny Williams’ beautiful property. LionRock Farm continues to expand the effort to provide the most dramatic setting possible for Trade Secrets in support of the Women’s Support Services mission. My daughter, Elyse Harney Morris, and I look forward to our involvement each year as sponsors, and through Elyse’s efforts with the Women’s Support Services Underwriting Committee - she, most enjoyably, is an early morning greeter who loves the excitement and energy of the early birds, and I am a happy buyer! 15


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My first time volunteering at

Trade Secrets was in 2016, and it was a complete baptism of fire! Having been nothing but a very enthusiastic shopper in the past, I was asked to be the co-chair of Food. Despite the unique challenges (read absolute madness!) of three days of feeding hungry buyers, volunteers, vendors, and garden visitors, I didn’t hesitate to accept the position again this year. ©Anne Day

Apart from the chance of working again with a truly inspiring, funny, enthusiastic, and dedicated team of Women’s Support Services Pom Shillingford staff and volunteers, I believe we all have a responsibility to shape the community we live in, for the better. I have been with my lovely husband for nearly 20 years. Throughout that time, he has been the center of my world, my best friend, my biggest cheerleader, my true north. The idea of not being with him is bad enough: imagining having someone purposefully undermining me as a person, a partner or a parent, physically, mentally or emotionally is too utterly miserable and terrifying for words. The knowledge that there are women and families in our community living in just that situation that desperately need the help and support of Women’s Support Services to get themselves onto the path to a better life is the reason why I volunteer at Trade Secrets. Without Women’s Support Services and the myriad of services it provides, for some people, achieving the incredibly hard would be just impossible. So if dealing with fusing coffee pots, lunch boxes stuck in traffic, lost bagels, and upset “hangry” people (not to mention no time to shop!), helps one person, even better, one family, escape the cycle of domestic violence and abuse, then it is absolutely worth the effort of it all. And I console myself that it could be worse. That lovely husband of mine - he’s on Parking!

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Paul Smith

“Therefore, on every morrow, are we wreathing A flowery band to bind us to the earth.” -John Keats

ome volunteer opportunities provide a chance to help professionals make a positive difference in people’s lives. These are the activities I am most likely to help with. So, why do I help with Trade Secrets? Women’s Support Services delivers security to persons experiencing domestic violence in the Northwest Corner region while also attempting to reduce the incidences of that type of violence through education. A population in need, and an organization to help - what a perfect fit. Additionally, I like the physical activity involved in transporting the show attendees’ purchases to the pickup area. All told, it is a good time for a worthy cause. Now for the full disclosure: my wife, Betsey Mauro, is the Executive Director of WSS and yes, that is how I found out about Trade Secrets, but in no way changes why I volunteer.

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eats wrote those lines in 1818 at a time when humanity was being ravaged by infectious diseases and the earth and air were feeling the first assaults of the Industrial Revolution. In each age, artistic expression restates our connection to the earth and celebrates the beauty and redemptive spirit of the plant world. I feel exceedingly grateful to participate each year in a spectacular Rite of Spring more than worthy of its place in an ancient, pastoral tradition. I feel quite certain Pan is hiding amongst the tree peonies!

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y relationship with Women’s Support Services started five years ago when Still Mountain Center arranged for me to teach a series of clay workshops with Liz Davis’ therapy group that met once a week. The women in the group were from wide economic situations, backgrounds and ages, and they represented what is often invisible to our society. I was deeply moved by the depth of their suffering and by their abilities to recover and move forward. The women were awesome, and Women’s Support Services was critical to their recovery, as I could see that each person required a different type of resource and sustenance. Later, Christine Owen I led workshops with Rebecca Cohen and her Empowering Young Women course at the local high school. Again, I witnessed how critical the education and support is that Women’s Support Services provides to our communities. When I was asked to volunteer for Trade Secrets, it was my experience working with those groups of women that motivated me: groups that were only a very small population of all who benefit from the remarkable services provided by Women’s Support Services. The nature of Women’s Support Services’ work must be kept on the down low to be most effective, alas it also keeps the recognition of the problems and solutions on the down low as well. I volunteer at Trade Secrets with the services Women’s Support Services provides in my heart and mind, thinking of the women, men, and children who need care, right here and right now. For me, the event is not only a benefit, but it is also populated with people who care and feel the way I do about social services. Every year, I make new friends amongst the volunteers and feel honored to join in a community that values human rights. Needless to say, the event itself is an overthe-top aesthetic experience of seductive plants and luxurious antiques that is on a par with a joyful day at the Met. For me the event is win/win.

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Clark, Chloe, Matt, Jack, Nina, with Freddie and Olive I look forward to volunteering with my family for Trade Secrets every spring. Over the years, I have been a part of many different activities, such as directing parking, setting and cleaning tables for the vendor dinner, and transporting a huge variety of interesting plants and gardening supplies. All of these jobs are in support of an excellent cause, which makes my time and effort feel very well spent. Additionally, I enjoy seeing the same people each year at this event: other volunteers and organizers that I have worked with before (including my lacrosse team), the peony farmer who knows me and my family from past events, as well as the people who always buy a large amount of plants. I especially like the cute stone garden creatures that are adorably different every year. Volunteering for Trade Secrets is invariably as entertaining and fun as it is worthwhile.

- From Sage (not in photograph), the oldest Otterson child

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I have been a part of Trade

Secrets since its very first year. My family business, Hammertown Barn, was asked to participate as a vendor in the inaugural event and has returned every year since then. I fondly remember those early years at Bunny Williams’ home in Falls Village and the camaraderie that developed almost immediately amongst all those involved.

©Anne Day

Mostly however, I remember being struck by the group of women who conceptualized this unique event. I was in my late twenties at the time and not versed in fundraising or benefit work in any way. My exposure to this event Dana Simpson opened my eyes to the amazing contribution that can result from the collective work of a few creative and generous people. Over the years, I learned more and more about Women’s Support Services, the worthy organization that runs and benefits from this event, and my admiration for the many people that volunteer to make Trade Secrets happen grew exponentially. Three years ago when asked to become a Vendor cochair, I was honored to heighten my involvement. Now that I am a part of the group of people I have long admired so much, I feel a great sense of completion and fulfillment. For me, knowing the incredible outreach of Women’s Support Services and the many people the agency helps each year makes every minute spent behind the scenes worth the effort.

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Libby Hall-Abeel and Chris Abeel

When my husband and I began dating, it was immediately

apparent we both valued and enjoyed volunteering in the community. Our first date was the weekend after the first time I volunteered for Trade Secrets. He joined me the following year. 2017 will mark my sixth year, and his fifth. Volunteering for this worthwhile cause has become an annual tradition we look forward to each spring. Fortunately, we don’t have any personal experience with domestic violence, but we do know that one in four women in the U.S. will experience domestic violence at some point in her life, and it touches some three out of four children. Women’s Support Services plays a vital role assisting hundreds of adults and children each year with support and advocacy services. Trade Secrets represents Women’s Support Services’ single largest funding source and we are proud to help in our small way.

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Expect More From Us Growing With You in 2017

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or years, unable to attend due to a clash of fundraisers, I heard about Trade Secrets. Remarkably, when I finally got there, it lived up to all the hype - glamour in wellies! It was a great feast of cultivation and design, attracting the cognoscenti of all things gardening. It is always a successful event, whatever weather is thrown at the hoards of volunteers who plan, plan, plan, and then execute with a smile this amazing affair. Since joining the ranks of those volunteers, this year as Garden Tour chair, I’ve come to look forward to the start of our planning powwows. These occur deep in the winter and take the form of a reunion of a merry band of like-minded, civic-minded, connected, and caring people. After all, charity begins at home, and there can be no better organization to give one’s time and efforts to than Women’s Support Services, which supports the backbone of so many of our homes, women. Plus, it is SUCH fun!

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Handcrafted Metalwork & Design 2 Main Street 860.861.9455

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Trade Secrets: Vendor List ~ May 13, 2017 Ancient Industries

347-271-0578

Hunter Bee

518-789-2127

Ashfield Tools

413-625-2625

Jeffrey Henkel

609-306-4996

732-356-3373

Jerry Fritz’s Linden Hill Gardens

610-847-1300

Johnnycake Books

860-435-6677

JPH Metal Works

203-788-2677

Kate A. Alex & Co.

603-491-1499

Kelly & Co.

413-634-0253

Kent Greenhouse and Gardens

860-927-4436

Atlock Farm

The Back Roads Collection 516-759-1388 Balsamo Antiques

914-841-4122

Battle Hill Forge

860-861-9455

Berkshire Orchids

860-435-9617

Berkshire Shepherd Huts 413-229-2243 Broken Arrow Nursery

203-288-1026

Buck Mountain Herbs

860-672-6552

The Bunker Farm

802-282-8722

Campo de’Fiori

413-528-9180

Conifer Kingdom 503-874-4123

Laurie Carey/Ellen Tasho 508-524-0541 Markristo Farm

518-325-4261

The Marston House

207-882-6010

Marvin Gardens

203-544-2020

Michael Trapp

860-672-6098

Old Farm Nursery, Inc.

860-435-2272

Copper Fields Design Studio

914-462-6887

Cricket Hill Garden

860-283-1042

Dave and Bonnie Ferriss

518-744-5858

David Burdick Daffodils & More

413-443-1581

Peace Tree Farm

610-847-8152

Dawn Hill Antiques

860-868-0066

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860-364-6008

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212-839-0500

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508-542-4868

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Pergola 860-868-4769 Pondside Nursery

518-929-4299

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860-868-1900

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518-851-2331

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Trade Secrets Garden Tour ~ Sunday, May 14, 2017 Tickets for the Garden Tour on Sunday, May 14, 2017 may be purchased online in advance (TradeSecretsCT.com) or during the Rare Plant & Garden Antiques Sale on May 13; tickets are limited. Coltsfoot Garden: Over the past 14 years, Juliet and John Hubbard have created an enchanting cottage garden around the Colonial house that has been in the Hubbard family for almost 100 years. They renovated the vegetable garden within the original design of picket fence, gravel path, and central bird bath, and now grow vegetables, raspberries, and peonies for cut flowers. In Juliet’s own words: “Next to this garden we developed a perennial garden, framed by our neighbor’s lovely old barns. This garden is formal in design, using box and dwarf Alberta spruce to provide order while an informal planting of roses, peonies, irises, and daylilies softens the picture. To create a sense of abundant profusion, we encourage the spread of self-sowing flowers such as penstemon, knautia, bachelor’s buttons, and spurge.” Gravel paths thread in a geometric pattern through this garden, their edges blurred by lady’s mantle, nepeta, and those self-sown delights. More recently, John and Juliet added a second formal vegetable garden close to their kitchen where they grow peas, asparagus, beans, tomatoes, and peppers; dahlias grow against the fence, and nasturtiums and nepeta line the pathways. A new garden of crabapples, lilacs, and hydrangeas border a meandering path between their vegetable garden and the house. The Garden of Bunny Williams and John Rosselli: The garden of renowned interior designer Bunny Williams, which she shares with her husband, antique dealer John Rosselli, is, not surprisingly, separated into rooms surrounding their handsome 18th-century manor house, each contained by evergreen hedges, walls, or a picturesque wooden fence. Boxwood, clipped into great balls, marches along the front of the house beneath ancient, furrowed locust trees. In the parterre garden, a pattern of box-edged beds, clipped standard Miss Kim lilacs are underplanted with annuals in a different color scheme each year. A pergola leads the visitor around the house, past clipped yew hedges framing hydrangeas, to the recently redesigned sunken garden where bold mixed borders and beds of perennials and annuals frame a long, narrow fish pond. Above the house, an octagonal chicken house, barn, and greenhouse border the vegetable garden, where cutting flowers and vegetables are grown in beds. Lettuces, spinach, and tulips in spring give way to tomatoes, cabbages, and dahlias in summer. A path leads past an apple orchard to the pool and pool house, a Greek Revival folly made of rustic wood and pine cones. From here, more paths lure you into the woodland, where the ground is carpeted with wildflowers and ferns. The woodland garden has recently been extended to lead to Bunny’s latest creation, a studio which sits at the top of the hill, shaded by a Kentucky coffee tree and commanding a view of the distant Berkshire Hills. 64


Trade Secrets Garden Tour ~ Sunday, May 14, 2017 Pom’s Cabin Farm: This richly varied 27 acres of land along the Housatonic River is nurtured and celebrated by owner Dale McDonald and her dedicated team headed by horticulturist Robin Zitter. Robin’s initial priority was to get a sense of place and to develop a relationship with it, “working with the forces of nature to enhance and steward the land.” By observing and listening to the land, she leads her team toward a richly interconnected and regenerative system that values all who live here. Diversity is expressed through differing habitats including meadows, woodlands, wetlands, and a dynamic floodplain along the Housatonic River. Thoughtful ecological practices encourage native plants through a variety of restorative approaches: Paths wend through woods and meadows are seeded with native flowers and grasses. An edible human imprint includes a variety of cultivated vegetables and fruits: A large blueberry field is home to cultivated and native bee housing projects; hedges of raspberries, red, black and white currants, gooseberries, and elderberries nestle above the flood plain. Energy conservation is addressed through solar panels, a geothermal system, cisterns, and vegetated swales. This landscape is an expression of historical, cultural, and ecological life in the Northwest Corner of Connecticut. As we grow in relationship to this land, and as its potential is revealed, a sense of place emerges. We are not so much on this land, as of it. The Major General Ashley House: This handsome 18th-century house sits on a breathtakingly romantic piece of land, with lawn and meadow sloping down to a wide and quiet bend on the Housatonic River. Great sugar maples, black locusts, and an ancient willow, its low branches propped with forked logs, offer shade around the house. Ferns and daffodils are naturalized under the maples, and more spring bulbs border a stream that spills into the river. A formal garden of boxwood parterres and brick paths, created by garden designer Nancy McCabe, is on axis with the striking front door of the house. Wooden tuteurs in the center of each bed are covered with clematis in summer and the beds beneath are filled with peonies and Russian sage. A Colonial picket fence and spirea hedge enclose the garden, and ‘Prairie Fire’ crabapples separate the garden from the road. A long, low pool house and pool are hidden from sight by a high privet hedge and carved wooden gate to one side of the house. Another glorious view of the river is afforded the swimmer, but on the opposite side of the pool house, a broad lawn is bordered by a mixed bed of flowering shrubs and perennials, and framed on either end by two huge hedges of yew, shaped into clouds. The talented designer and topiary maven Matt Larkin has been clipping those hedges for the last fifteen years. 65


M AT T H E W PAT R I C K S M Y T H I N C

Interior Design

136 East 57th Street New York, New York 10022 T 212. 333.5353 F 212. 333.5093 E matthew @ matthewsmyth.com w matthewsmyth.com


Trade Secrets Resource Guide Directory *Denotes Vendor at 2017 Trade Secrets

In the Directory pages that follow, advertisers are listed by category. Page numbers reflect the page in the Guide where the ad may be found. business name page in guide business name page in guide Anne Day Photography......................................8 Balsamo Antiques*........................................... 51 Battle Hill Forge, LLC*...................................... 51 Belter Builders, LLC........................................... 52 Berkshire Botanical Garden........................... 22 BerkshireStyle..................................................... 59 Best & Cavallaro Real Estate........................... 31 Black Rabbit Bar & Grille.................................. 43 Boathouse at Lakeville..................................... 51 Bunkhouse Antiques........................................ 53 Campo de’ Fiori*................................................ 35 Charlotte Taylor.................................................. 43 Chestnut Woodworking & Antique Flooring Showroom..................................... 46 Churchill Building Company......................... 39 Copper Fields Design Studio*....................... 46 The Country Bistro............................................ 46 Cowperthwaite & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC...................... 12 Crisp Architects.................................................. 10 Dawn Hill Antiques*......................................... 41 Elyse Harney Real Estate................................. 14 The Farmer’s Wife*............................................ 52 Finds and Design*............................................. 20 Fine Home Source............................................. 49 Flower Magazine................................................ 57 Founders Insurance Group............................ 62 G. P. Schafer Architect, PLLC.......................... 16 The Garden Conservancy............................... 48 Geer Village.......................................................... 24 Gertler & Wente Architects............................ 45 Hammertown*................................................... 33 Harney & Sons Fine Teas................................. 32 Hathaway Young................................................ 55 Haver & Skolnick Architects........................... 18 Helia Native Nursery......................................... 54 Hendricks Churchill, LLC.................................26 The Hopkins Inn.................................................40 HMTS Kitchen Tour............................................50 Hylton Hundt Salon..........................................52 The Inn at Kent Falls..........................................43 Ira Goldspiel, Sotheby’s Real Estate............43

The Italian Terrace Collection........................46 Jay’s Lawn Care...................................................58 Joie Maison..........................................................56 Jonathan Doster Photography....................... 8 Kent Greenhouse & Gardens*............................. 7 Klemm Real Estate............................................61 Larry Weaner Landscape Associates, Inc. ..33 LionRock Farm..................................... back cover Litchfield Bancorp.............................................49 Litchfield County Times/Adtaxi Digital......60 Litchfield Hills Solar..........................................30 Main St. Antiques/Koblenz & Co..................58 Matthew Patrick Smyth, Inc. .........................66 Michael Trapp, Inc.*..........................................36 The Moviehouse................................................42 National Iron Bank............................................55 Newport Lamp & Shade Co...... inside back cover Old Farm Nursery*..........................inside front cover Peony’s Envy*......................................................38 Pergola*................................................................41 Pine Plains Fine Wines & Spirits....................35 Plantin’ Seeds......................................................36 Poesis Design......................................................44 Prime Finds..........................................................56 Prindle Insurance Agency..............................58 Privet House*......................................................40 RT Facts*...............................................................34 Salisbury Garden Center.................................38 Salisbury Visiting Nurse Association...........56 Serevan Restaurant...........................................47 Seth Churchill Furniture..................................39 Sharon Hospital..................................................28 Sharon Playhouse..............................................58 Thornhill Flower & Garden Shop..................44 Ward’s Nursery & Garden Center*.................49 Whalen Nursery, Inc................................................55 The White Hart...........................................................30 William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty..................................................................37 Windy Hill Farm, Inc.*.......................................38 The Woodland Restaurant..............................44

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Trade Secrets Resource Guide Directory *Denotes vendor at Trade Secrets 2017

ADVERTISING

Hammertown*

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hammertown.com • Pine Plains, NY 518-398-7075 • Rhinebeck, NY 845-876-1450 • Great Barrington, MA 413-528-7766 (see ad p. 33)

ALTERNATIVE FUEL & FEED

Main Street Antiques / Koblenz & Co.

Litchfield County Times/ Adtaxi Digital

LionRock Farm

30 Hosier Road Sharon, CT 06069 lionrockfarm.com 860-435-4006 (see ad on back cover)

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES Balsamo Antiques*

306 East 61st Street, 7th Floor New York, NY 10065 balsamoantiques.com 212-759-0063 (see ad p. 51)

Bunkhouse Antiques 249 South Kent Road South Kent, CT 06785 BunkhouseAntiques.com 917-685-6554 (see ad p. 53)

Dawn Hill Antiques* 11 Main Street New Preston, CT 06777 dawnhillantiques.com 860-868-0066 (see ad p. 41)

Finds and Design* 22 Main Street Millerton, NY 12546 findsanddesign.com 518-592-1888 (see ad p. 20) 68

31 North Main Street Kent, CT 06757 kentct.com/directory/main-street-antiques 860-927-4916 / 860-927-0179 (see ad p. 58)

Michael Trapp, Inc.* 7 River Road West Cornwall, CT 06796 michaeltrapp.com 860-672-6098 (see ad p. 36)

Pergola*

7 East Shore Road New Preston, CT 06777 pergolahome.com 860-868-4769 (see ad p. 41)

Prime Finds Affordable Treasures for the Home 350 Main Street Lakeville, CT 06039 primetimehouse.org 860-435-9709 (see ad p. 56)

Privet House*

13 East Shore Road New Preston, CT 06777 privethouse.com 860-868-1800 (see ad p. 40)

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Trade Secrets Resource Guide Directory R T Facts*

22 South Main Street Kent, CT 06757 rtfacts.com 860-898-0330 (see ad p. 34)

ARCHITECTS Crisp Architects

3788 Route 44, PO Box 319 Millbrook, NY 12545 crisparchitects.com 845-677-8256 (see ad p. 10)

Gertler & Wente Architects 145 W. 30th Street New York, NY 10001 gwarch.com 518-789-0898 | 212-273-9888 (see ad p. 45)

G. P. Schafer Architect, PLLC 270 Lafayette Street, Suite 1302 New York, NY 10012 www.gpschafer.com 212-965-1355 (see ad p. 16)

Haver & Skolnick Architects 3 Southbury Road Roxbury, CT 06783 HaverSkolnickArchitects.com 860-354-1081 (see ad p. 18)

ARTISTS & ART GALLERIES The Moviehouse 48 Main Street Millerton, NY 12546 themoviehouse.net Office: 860-435-2897 (see ad p. 42)

BANKS Litchfield Bancorp 326 Main Street Lakeville, CT 06039 litchfieldbancorp.com 860-435-9828 (see ad p. 49)

National Iron Bank

195 Main Street Salisbury, CT 06068 ironbank.com 860-435-2581 (see ad p. 55)

BOTANICAL GARDENS Berkshire Botanical Garden

Routes 102 & 183 Stockbridge, MA 01262 berkshirebotanical.org 413-298-3926 (see ad p. 22)

Hendricks Churchill, LLC 91 Main Street Sharon, CT 06069 hendrickschurchill.com 860-364-2288 (see ad p. 26)

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BUILDERS & GENERAL CONTRACTORS Belter Builders, LLC

234 Salmon Kill Road Lakeville, CT 06039 belterbuilders@yahoo.com 860-670-5384 (see ad p. 52)

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Trade Secrets Resource Guide Directory Churchill Building Company LLC 332 Main Street Lakeville, CT 06039 ChurchillBuildingCompany.com 860-596-4063 (see ad p. 39)

BUILDING MATERIALS Chestnut Woodworking & Antique Flooring Co. 14 Great Hollow Road West Cornwall, CT 06796 chestnutwoodworking.com 860-672-4300 Showroom: Kent Barns, 5 Fulling Lane Kent, CT 06757 (see ad p. 46)

ECOLOGICAL LANDSCAPING Cowperthwaite & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC 29 Route 37 Ctr, #371 Sherman, CT 06784 cowperthwaitela.com 860-799-7485 (see ad p. 12)

Helia Native Nursery 95 East Road Alford, MA 01230 helianativenursery.com helialanddesign.com 413-528-1400 (see ad p. 54)

Larry Weaner Landscape Associates 2920 Mt. Carmel Avenue Glenside, PA 19038 lweanerassociates.com 215-886-9740 (see ad p. 33) 70

ENTERTAINMENT / THEATRE Anne Day Photography PO Box 105 Salisbury, CT 06068 annedayphotography.com 860-435-1442 (see ad p. 8)

HMTS Kitchen Tour HMTS.org HMTSct@gmail.com 860-294-HMTS (see ad p. 50)

Jonathan Doster Photography 337 Cornwall Bridge Road Sharon, CT 06069 jdosterphoto.com 860-364-5969 (see ad p. 8)

The Moviehouse 48 Main Street Millerton, NY 12546 themoviehouse.net Office: 860-435-2897 (see ad p. 42)

Sharon Playhouse 49 Amenia Road Sharon, CT 06069 sharonplayhouse.org 860-364-7469 (see ad p. 58)

EVENT PLANNING The Farmer’s Wife*

thefarmerswife.biz • 3 County Road 8 Ancramdale, NY 12503 518-329-5431 • 3809 Route 44 Millbrook, NY 12545 845-605-1595 (see ad p. 52)

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Trade Secrets Resource Guide Directory Hathaway Young

56 South Center Street Millerton, NY 12546 hathawayyoung.com 518-592-1818 (see ad p. 55)

LionRock Farm

30 Hosier Road Sharon, CT 06069 lionrockfarm.com 860-435-4006 (see ad on back cover)

Serevan Restaurant 6 Autumn Lane Amenia, NY 12501 serevan.com 845-373-9800 (see ad p. 47)

FURNITURE Bunkhouse Antiques 249 South Kent Road South Kent, CT 06785 BunkhouseAntiques.com 917-685-6554 (see ad p. 53)

Finds and Design* 22 Main Street Millerton, NY 12546 findsanddesign.com 518-592-1888 (see ad p. 20)

Newport Lamp & Shade Co.

FARM STANDS / FARM PRODUCTS LionRock Farm

30 Hosier Road Sharon, CT 06069 lionrockfarm.com 860-435-4006 (see ad on back cover)

FLORISTS & FLORAL DESIGNERS Thornhill Flower & Garden Shop 15 Academy Street Salisbury, CT 06068 thornhillflower.com 860-435-2348 (see ad p. 44)

22 Franklin Street Newport, RI 02840 NewportLampAndShade.com 401-847-0228 (see ad inside back cover )

Poesis Design

120 Lime Rock Road Lakeville, CT 06039 poesisdesign.com 860-435-0530 (see ad p. 44)

R T Facts*

22 South Main Street Kent, CT 06757 rtfacts.com 860-898-0330 (see ad p. 34)

Seth Churchill Furniture 332 Main Street Lakeville, CT 06039 SethChurchillFurniture.com 860-596-4063 (see ad p. 39)

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Trade Secrets Resource Guide Directory GARDEN CENTERS / NURSERIES / SPECIALT Y PLANT GROWERS Campo de’ Fiori*

1815 N. Main Street, Route 7 Sheffield, MA 01257 campodefiori.com Store: 413-528-1857 Office: 413-528-9180 (see ad p. 35)

Helia Native Nursery 95 East Road Alford, MA 01230 helianativenursery.com helialanddesign.com 413-528-1400 (see ad p. 54)

Ward’s Nursery & Garden Center*

600 S. Main Street Great Barrington, MA 01230 wardsnursery.com 413-528-0166 (see ad p. 49)

Whalen Nursery Inc.

653 South Egremont Road Great Barrington, MA 01230 whalennursery.com 413-528-4077 (see ad p. 55)

Windy Hill Farm, Inc.* 686 Stockbridge Road Great Barrington, MA 01230 windyhillfarminc.com 413-298-3217 (see ad p. 38)

Kent Greenhouse & Gardens* 30 South Main Street Kent, CT 06757 kentgreenhouse.com 860-927-4436 (see ad p. 7)

Old Farm Nursery*

158 Lime Rock Road, Route 112 Lakeville, CT 06039 oldfarmnursery.com 860-435-2272 (see ad inside front cover)

Peony’s Envy*

34 Autumn Hill Drive, PO Box 114 Bernardsville, New Jersey 07924 peonysenvy.com 908-578-3032 (see ad p. 38)

Salisbury Garden Center 167 Canaan Road Salisbury, CT 06068 salisburygardencenter.com 860-435-2439 (see ad p. 38) 72

GARDEN & LANDSCAPING DESIGN Battle Hill Forge, LLC* 2 Main Street Millerton, NY 12546 860-861-9455 battlehillforge.com (see ad p. 51)

Cowperthwaite & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC 29 Route 37 Ctr, #371 Sherman, CT 06784 cowperthwaitela.com 860-799-7485 (see ad p. 12)

Flower Magazine

3020 Pump House Road Birmingham, AL 35243 flowermag.com 205-970-9775 (see ad p. 57)

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Trade Secrets Resource Guide Directory Gertler & Wente Architects 145 W. 30th Street New York, NY 10001 gwarch.com 518-789-0898 | 212-273-9888 (see ad p. 45)

Helia Native Nursery 95 East Road Alford, MA 01230 helianativenursery.com helialanddesign.com 413-528-1400 (see ad p. 54)

Kent Greenhouse & Gardens* 30 South Main Street Kent, CT 06757 kentgreenhouse.com 860-927-4436 (see ad p. 7)

Larry Weaner Landscape Associates 2920 Mt. Carmel Avenue Glenside, PA 19038 lweanerassociates.com 215-886-9740 (see ad p. 33)

Michael Trapp, Inc.* 7 River Road West Cornwall, CT 06796 michaeltrapp.com 860-672-6098 (see ad p. 36)

Old Farm Nursery*

158 Lime Rock Road, Route 112 Lakeville, CT 06039 oldfarmnursery.com 860-435-2272 (see ad inside front cover)

On average, in the United States, 3 women are killed each day by a current or former intimate partner.

GARDEN ORGANIZATIONS The Garden Conservancy’s Open Days Program PO Box 219 Cold Spring, NY 10516 opendaysprogram.org 888-842-2442 (see ad p. 48)

GRAPHIC DESIGN HMS Productions, Inc.

Pamela Chassin pchassin@gmail.com 203-443-1467 (Graphic Designer, Trade Secrets Resource Guide)

HAIR SALONS / SPA SERVICES Hylton Hundt Salon

199 Route 44 East Millerton, NY 12546 hyltonhundtsalon.com 518-789-9390 (see ad p. 52)

HOME & GARDEN ACCENTS / FURNISHINGS / GIFTS Battle Hill Forge, LLC*

2 Main Street Millerton, NY 12546 860-861-9455 battlehillforge.com (see ad p. 51)

Campo de’ Fiori*

1815 N. Main Street, Route 7 Sheffield, MA 01257 campodefiori.com Store: 413-528-1857 Office: 413-528-9180 (see ad p. 35)

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Trade Secrets Resource Guide Directory Charlotte Taylor 32 Main Street Millerton, NY 12546 CharlotteTaylor.net 518-592-1800 (see ad p. 43)

Copper Fields Design Studio* 394 Midland Avenue Yonkers, NY 10704 CopperFieldsDesign.com 914-462-6887 (see ad p. 46)

Finds and Design* 22 Main Street Millerton, NY 12546 findsanddesign.com 518-592-1888 (see ad p. 20)

Hammertown*

hammertown.com • Pine Plains, NY 518-398-7075 • Rhinebeck, NY 845-876-1450 • Great Barrington, MA 413-528-7766 (see ad p. 33)

The Italian Terrace Collection 22 Webster Street Bridgeport, CT 06607 italian-terrace.com 203-615-4028 (see ad p. 46)

Joie Maison

2 Main Street Salisbury, CT 06068 joiemaison.com 860-596-4167 (see ad p. 56)

Newport Lamp & Shade Co. 22 Franklin Street Newport, RI 02840 NewportLampAndShade.com 401-847-0228 (see ad inside back cover) 74

Pergola*

7 East Shore Road New Preston, CT 06777 pergolahome.com 860-868-4769 (see ad p. 41)

Prime Finds Affordable Treasures for the Home 350 Main Street Lakeville, CT 06039 primetimehouse.org 860-435-9709 (see ad p. 56)

Privet House*

13 East Shore Road New Preston, CT 06777 privethouse.com 860-868-1800 (see ad p. 40)

R T Facts*

22 South Main Street Kent, CT 06757 rtfacts.com 860-898-0330 (see ad p. 34)

Seth Churchill Furniture 332 Main Street Lakeville, CT 06039 SethChurchillFurniture.com 860-596-4063 (see ad p. 39)

HOSPITALS / HEALTH CARE / HOSPICE Geer Village

77 South Canaan Road Canaan, CT 06018 geercares.org 860-824-8133 (see ad p. 24)

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Trade Secrets Resource Guide Directory Salisbury Visiting Nurse Association 30A Salmon Kill Road Salisbury, CT 06068 salisburyvna.org 860-435-0816 (see ad p. 56)

Sharon Hospital 50 Hospital Hill Road Sharon, CT 06069 sharonhospital.com 860-364-4000 (see ad p. 28)

HOTELS & INNS The Hopkins Inn 22 Hopkins Road Warren, CT 06777 thehopkinsinn.com 860-868-7295 (see ad p. 40)

The Inn at Kent Falls 107 Kent Cornwall Road Kent, CT 06757 theinnatkentfalls.com 860-927-3197 (see ad p. 43)

The White Hart

15 Undermountain Road Salisbury, CT 06068 whitehartinn.com 860-435-0030 (see ad p. 30)

INSURANCE Founders Insurance Group PO Box 508, 12 Millerton Road Lakeville, CT 06039 860-435-2507 (see ad p. 62)

Prindle Insurance Agency 22 West Main Street Sharon, CT 06069 prindleinsurance.com 860-364-5000 (see ad p. 58)

INTERIOR DESIGN Dawn Hill Antiques* 11 Main Street New Preston, CT 06777 dawnhillantiques.com 860-868-0066 (see ad p. 41)

Flower Magazine

3020 Pump House Road Birmingham, AL 35243 flowermag.com 205-970-9775 (see ad p. 57)

Gertler & Wente Architects 145 W. 30th Street New York, NY 10001 gwarch.com 518-789-0898 | 212-273-9888 (see ad p. 45)

Haver & Skolnick Architects 3 Southbury Road Roxbury, CT 06783 HaverSkolnickArchitects.com 860-354-1081 (see ad p. 18)

Hendricks Churchill, LLC 91 Main Street Sharon, CT 06069 hendrickschurchill.com 860-364-2288 (see ad p. 26)

Matthew Patrick Smyth, Inc. 136 E. 57th Street, Suite #901 New York, NY 10022 matthewsmyth.com 212-333-5353 (see ad p. 66)

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Trade Secrets Resource Guide Directory Poesis Design

120 Lime Rock Road Lakeville, CT 06039 poesisdesign.com 860-435-0530 (see ad p. 44)

KITCHEN DESIGN Hendricks Churchill, LLC 91 Main Street Sharon, CT 06069 hendrickschurchill.com 860-364-2288 (see ad p. 26)

HMTS Kitchen Tour HMTS.org HMTSct@gmail.com 860-294-HMTS (see ad p. 50)

LAMPS & LAMPSHADES Newport Lamp & Shade Co. 22 Franklin Street Newport, RI 02840 NewportLampAndShade.com 401-847-0228 (see ad inside back cover)

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS Cowperthwaite & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC 29 Route 37 Ctr, #371 Sherman, CT 06784 cowperthwaitela.com 860-799-7485 (see ad p. 12)

Haver & Skolnick Architects 3 Southbury Road Roxbury, CT 06783 HaverSkolnickArchitects.com 860-354-1081 (see ad p. 18) 76

Kent Greenhouse & Gardens* 30 South Main Street Kent, CT 06757 kentgreenhouse.com 860-927-4436 (see ad p. 7)

LANDSCAPING & LAWN CARE Jay’s Lawn Care 65 Clayton Road Canaan, CT 06018 860-824-0053 (see ad p. 58)

Kent Greenhouse & Gardens* 30 South Main Street Kent, CT 06757 kentgreenhouse.com 860-927-4436 (see ad p. 7)

LIFEST YLE BerkshireStyle PO Box 1262 Canaan, CT 06018 BerkshireStyle.com 860-364-0004 (see ad p. 59)

Harney & Sons Fine Teas

1 Railroad Plaza, 13 Main St. (GPS) Millerton, NY 12546 harney.com 518-789-2121 (see ad p. 32)

LIGHTING Bunkhouse Antiques 249 South Kent Road South Kent, CT 06785 BunkhouseAntiques.com 917-685-6554 (see ad p. 53)

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Trade Secrets Resource Guide Directory NOT-FOR-PROFIT Plantin’ Seeds

137 Belden Street Falls Village, CT 06031 plantinseeds.org 860-453-4280 (see ad p. 36)

PHOTOGRAPHERS Anne Day Photography PO Box 105 Salisbury, CT 06068 annedayphotography.com 860-435-1442 (see ad p. 8)

Jonathan Doster Photography 337 Cornwall Bridge Road Sharon, CT 06069 jdosterphoto.com 860-364-5969 (see ad p. 8)

PUBLICATIONS: PRINT & ONLINE BerkshireStyle PO Box 1262 Canaan, CT 06018 BerkshireStyle.com 860-364-0004 (see ad p. 59)

Flower Magazine

3020 Pump House Road Birmingham, AL 35243 flowermag.com 205-970-9775 (see ad p. 57)

Litchfield County Times/ Adtaxi Digital

59 Field Street, Torrington, CT 06790 countytimes.com 860-294-0157 (see ad p. 60)

REALTORS Best & Cavallaro Real Estate 5 Academy Street Salisbury, CT 06068 bestandcavallaro.com 860-435-2888 (see ad p. 31)

Elyse Harney Real Estate 11 E. Main Street Salisbury, CT 06068 HarneyRE.com 860-435-2200 (see ad p. 14)

Ira Goldspiel Sotheby’s Real Estate 107 Kent Cornwall Road Kent, CT 06757 igoldspiel@williampitt.com 860-927-7724 (see ad p. 43)

Klemm Real Estate

klemmrealestate.com • 6 Titus Road, PO Box 396 Washington Depot, CT 06794 P: 860-868-7313 | F: 860-868-9139 • 16 South Street, PO Box 1633 Litchfield, CT 06759 P: 860-567-5060 | F: 860-567-5351 • 327 Main Street, PO Box 1335 Lakeville, CT 06039 P: 860-435-6789 | F: 860-435-6667 • 289 Main Street South, PO Box 805 Woodbury, CT 06798 P: 203-263-4040 | F: 203-263-0861 • 26 North Street, PO Box 99 Roxbury, CT 06783 P: 860-354-3263 | F:860-350-6172 (see ad p. 61)

1 in 4 teens is harassed or abused through technology.

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Trade Secrets Resource Guide Directory William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty

6 Green Hill Road Washington Depot, CT 06794 williampitt.com 860-868-6600 (see ad p. 37)

RESTAURANTS/CATERING/ GOURMET SHOPS Black Rabbit Bar & Grille 2 Ethan Allen Street Lakeville, CT 06039 blackrabbitbarandgrille.com 860-596-4227 (see ad p. 43)

Boathouse at Lakeville

349 Main Street Lakeville, CT 06039 TheBoathouseAtLakeville.com 860-435-2111 (see ad p. 51)

The Country Bistro 10 Academy Street Salisbury, CT 06068 TheCountryBistro.com 860-435-9420 (see ad p. 46)

The Farmer’s Wife*

thefarmerswife.biz • 3 County Road 8 Ancramdale, NY 12503 518-329-5431 • 3809 Route 44 Millbrook, NY 12545 845-605-1595 (see ad p. 52)

Harney & Sons Fine Teas

1 Railroad Plaza, 13 Main St. (GPS) Millerton, NY 12546 harney.com 518-789-2121 (see ad p. 32) 78

Hathaway Young

56 South Center Street Millerton, NY 12546 hathawayyoung.com 518-592-1818 (see ad p. 55)

The Hopkins Inn 22 Hopkins Road Warren, CT 06777 thehopkinsinn.com 860-868-7295 (see ad p. 40)

Serevan Restaurant 6 Autumn Lane Amenia, NY 12501 serevan.com 845-373-9800 (see ad p. 47)

The White Hart

15 Undermountain Road Salisbury, CT 06068 whitehartinn.com 860-435-0030 (see ad p. 30)

The Woodland Restaurant 192 Sharon Road Lakeville, CT 06039 TheWoodlandRestaurant.com 860-435-0578 (see ad p. 44)

SOLAR ENERGY Litchfield Hills Solar

195 Great Hollow Road West Cornwall, CT 06796 litchfieldhillssolar.com 860-868-6047 (see ad p. 30)

1 in 5 undergraduate women experience sexual assault while in college.

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Trade Secrets Resource Guide Directory SPECIAL EVENTS

TREE FARMS & NURSERIES

Fine Home Source

Kent Greenhouse & Gardens*

HMTS Kitchen Tour

Old Farm Nursery*

3788 Route 44, PO Box 319 Millbrook, NY 12545 finehomesource.com 845-677-8256 (see ad p. 49) HMTS.org HMTSct@gmail.com 860-294-HMTS (see ad p. 50)

TRADE SHOWS Fine Home Source

3788 Route 44, PO Box 319 Millbrook, NY 12545 finehomesource.com 845-677-8256 (see ad p. 49)

58% of college students say they do not know what to do to help someone who is a victim of relationship violence.

30 South Main Street Kent, CT 06757 kentgreenhouse.com 860-927-4436 (see ad p. 7)

158 Lime Rock Road, Route 112 Lakeville, CT 06039 oldfarmnursery.com 860-435-2272 (see ad inside front cover)

Windy Hill Farm, Inc.* 686 Stockbridge Road Great Barrington, MA 01230 windyhillfarminc.com 413-298-3217 (see ad p. 38)

WINE & SPIRITS Pine Plains Fine Wines & Spirits

2881 Church Street Pine Plains, NY 12567 pineplainswine.com 518-398-7633 (see ad p. 35)

WSS Community Educator Rebecca Cohen-Lillard regularly leads sessions at the Salisbury Central School EXTRAS program. During this session, she spoke with children about healthy vs. unhealthy friendships. Students created these hearts, noting positive aspects of friendship.

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Trade Secrets Resource Guide 2017 Trade Secrets Planning Committee: Charlotte Barnes Patricia Best Diana Bisselle Janet Andre Block Dawn Cassara Pamela Chassin Kelly Churchill Maja Clark Mari Consolini Judith Crouch Susan DeMelle Page Dickey Louisa Dux Mimi Estes Lisa Foster Brie Giunta

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Adelaide Goldfrank Libby Hall-Abeel Adelaide Harris Annie Harris-Milliken Candace Hart Heide Hendricks Cynthia Hochswender Maria Horn Jim Hutchison Carol Kalikow Vicki Kirkpatrick Lee Link Betsey Mauro Priscilla McCord Barbara Kahn Moller

Elyse Harney Morris Deborah Munson Kamilla Najdek Christine Owen Bob Pidkameny Andrew Rebillard Jeanne Rebillard Shelly Ross Robbins Edie Schechter Maria Schmidt Pom Shillingford Dana Simpson Liza Steinmetz Anita Tiburzi-Johnson Tanya Waugh

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Keep up with the Shop on Instagram Visit us at the Newport Flower Show June 23rd - 25th Rosecliff

22 FRANKLIN STREET NEWPORT, RI NEWPORTLAMPANDSHADE.COM TEL. (401) 847-0228


LIONROCK FARM

Weddings & Events Beautiful Scenic Landscape Guest Houses Available Crops Available For Sale Bagged or Bulk Hay, Corn, Soybeans, Rye, Sunflowers For Feed or Fuel 30 Hosier Road, Sharon, CT www.lionrockfarm.com

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