As most of us know, the Cicadas come every 17 years and after about thirty days they are gone. As a resident here in Gardiner I heard the noises of the Cicadas and like most of us thought, “Boy they are annoying.”
In the late 19th and early 20th Centuries, Gardiner had sidewalks.
James and his wife, Michelle, own the Mudd Puddle in New Paltz. Kristop is the winemaker at Robibero Family Vineyards and Glorie Farm Winery. They decided to combine forces and open Gardiner’s first brewery.
Becky and Joe’s venture began in 2008 when they were in college and negotiating with Penny and David Rossetter for the use of part of their land to establish a farm.
As an Early Childhood Music Specialist, Amy has taught Musical Munchkins classes and freelanced in libraries, day care centers and has taught private classes.
The Hudson Valley is associated with apples, but in the 19th Century it was associated with grapes. What brought about the change? Prohibition!
Until recently, environmentally conscious individuals could have a zero net energy home custom-designed and built. Now, New Paltz is joining a small group of progressive centers building entire zero net energy communities.
These are all unusual stories told from a point in time that is rapidly receding from memory.
The Side Shack is the brain child of Brookside’s owners, Sharon and Drew Sycoff, and soon after Sharon started handing me tastes I realized I wouldn’t be able to pick just one “bite” to write about.
This year, Gardiner Day in Majestic Park will take place on Saturday, September 14.
Bake your favorite fruit pie and enter it in The Gardiner Day Pie Bake-off.
What had been an informal arrangement may now become more formal as Library Manager Nicole Lane has received a grant to fund a program for children who accompany ESL students to their classes.
The Hudson River Greenland Festival (HRGF) is a wonderful and well-attended cross-cultural experience held every June at Croton Point Park in Westchester County.
The sidewalks are a wonderful thing for our future, but there is no question that the businesses in the Hamlet that rely on walk-in customers took a financial hit during the “perfect storm” of events over the past few months.