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Historic Blenheim Bridge is focal point for creative gathering

Photographer Kevin Gray has participated in the Blenheim Bridge ArtWalk from the first show in 2009. “Presenting my work in a historic covered bridge is a unique opportunity that somehow makes me feel more connected to the history of the region,” Gray says. (Photo courtesy of Blenheim Bridge ArtWalk)
Photographer Kevin Gray has participated in the Blenheim Bridge ArtWalk from the first show in 2009. “Presenting my work in a historic covered bridge is a unique opportunity that somehow makes me feel more connected to the history of the region,” Gray says. (Photo courtesy of Blenheim Bridge ArtWalk)
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On summer days, tourists from around the globe jump out of their cars to snap photos of the Blenheim Bridge. The Schoharie County landmark is not only one of the oldest covered bridges in America, it’s a peaceful and picturesque rest stop for weary travelers along Route 30. But on one day in July, the quiet bridge comes alive with people and artwork. Music fills the air, and women in colorful, bouncy skirts do-si-do with ...

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