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7TH ANNUAL PARTY & SAMMY AWARDS

Monday, February 25 AT Revolution Hall

LIVE MUSIC . DANCING . NETWORKING
Doors 5:00pm . Awards 6:00pm

Wondering what happened to the BID Annual Dinner? We turned it into a PARTY!! 

Instead of adding one more thing to your holiday calendar, we moved the Annual Dinner and Sammy Awards to the New Year! With a Mardi Gras theme alongside the Sammy Awards, live music and dancing, we know it's going to be a night full of fun and a great way to network with your downtown friends and neighbors. 

Sounds: Bryan Bundige + The Piggly Wigglys
Lindy Hop with: Dorothy Boice +Friends
Creole-Inspired Bites + Signature Drink

Experience Revolution Hall with the sights and sounds of New Orleans Mardi Gras as we kick off the year ahead. 


AND THE AWARD GOES TO…

NEW BUSINESS OF THE YEAR
Bard & Baker

Bard & Baker is the Capital District's first board game café, featuring over 400 titles, encouraging their guests and community, in an ever encompassing technologically-driven society, to unplug and play. Owned and operated by Charlotte Guyton, Bard & Baker has seamlessly integrated into the downtown business community as a welcoming space that reminds everyone to stay true to their inner child.

SAMMY SPIRIT AWARD
Kathy T. Sheehan

Kathy T. Sheehan is the Registrar and Volunteer Coordinator for the Rensselaer County Historical Society and serves as the Rensselear County and Troy City Historian. She has served the community through her infinite research and knowledge, and shares our impressive history with community members and visitors. She invites new generations to experience the stories of the past and engage in the history of those that came before. 

SAMMY SPIRIT AWARD
Stacy Pomeroy Draper

Stacy Pomeroy Draper is the curator at the Rensselaer County Historical Society and has worked there since 1978. She curates engaging ways for the community and visitors to learn about our history both inside the historical societies walls, and outside. She is the co-author of The Marble House In Second Street, Biography of a Townhouse and Occupants, 1825 - 2000, and shares her immense knowledge with new generations. 


THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS!

SUPPORTER

 
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FRIEND

 
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HONORARY COMMITTEE

Assemblymember John T. McDonald III
Clement Frame & Art Shop
Couch White, LLP
E. Stewart Jones Hacker Murphy LLP
Groff NetWorks
Law Office of Greg Cholakis
Massivemesh
Northeast Health Foundations
Russ & Jody Brooks
Sign Studio
The Callahan Family
Troy Innovation Garage


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