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Aug. 22, 2001 – Sally Smith, the one-woman "house band" on keyboard and vocals, will anchor the musical entertainment this Friday evening at The Color of Joy in Red Hook — with friends likely to join in, as usual.
The get-together on the Marlin Deck outside the American Yacht Harbor gallery and gift shop will also, as always, feature complimentary wine, cheese and crackers; socializing as the sun sets over the AYH docks; and an opportunity to peruse the gallery artwork offerings at leisure.
Hours are 6 to 8 p.m. and the public is invited. For commuters heading home to St. John, it's a convenient stop on the way to the Red Hook ferry dock, just minutes away.
Owner Corinne Van Rensselaer notes that the Friday night event will be taking a break on Aug. 31 — because The Color of Joy and Sally Smith will be participating in that evening's Dada Wine Down at Café Amici in downtown Charlotte Amalie. The works of three individuals represented by the gallery — clothing artist Sloop Jones, enamel jewelry designer Loretta Pshsniak and glass-bead jewelry maker Linda Crist — will be showcased at that monthly gathering.
For further information, call 775-4020.

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Aug. 22, 2001 - Sally Smith, the one-woman "house band" on keyboard and vocals, will anchor the musical entertainment this Friday evening at The Color of Joy in Red Hook -- with friends likely to join in, as usual.
The get-together on the Marlin Deck outside the American Yacht Harbor gallery and gift shop will also, as always, feature complimentary wine, cheese and crackers; socializing as the sun sets over the AYH docks; and an opportunity to peruse the gallery artwork offerings at leisure.
Hours are 6 to 8 p.m. and the public is invited. For commuters heading home to St. John, it's a convenient stop on the way to the Red Hook ferry dock, just minutes away.
Owner Corinne Van Rensselaer notes that the Friday night event will be taking a break on Aug. 31 -- because The Color of Joy and Sally Smith will be participating in that evening's Dada Wine Down at Café Amici in downtown Charlotte Amalie. The works of three individuals represented by the gallery -- clothing artist Sloop Jones, enamel jewelry designer Loretta Pshsniak and glass-bead jewelry maker Linda Crist -- will be showcased at that monthly gathering.
For further information, call 775-4020.