Last winter, aided by the timely acquisition of three badly needed new trucks, the department cleared and maintained 56 miles of roads in Gardiner.
In the last issue of The Gardiner Gazette, we reported that Patsy Iovieno of Pasquale’s Pizza and Restaurant had acquired the former Hi Ho Home Market at 123 Main Street and, after extensive research with contractors and architects, determined that it would be more cost effective to tear down the old building and rebuild from the ground up.
Did you see our brochure? Better yet, did you come on the tour? If not, join us for the next one (read on for details …)
Did you know? Family of New Paltz provided over 60,000 units of service (food pantry, walk in crisis intervention center, etc.) in its communities during 2013.
The New Bandstand: On June 22nd, a new bandstand gazebo was installed to replace the old wooden one at Majestic Park (see photo at right) and the Gardiner Day Committee has offered to donate funds for lights. The Gardiner Summer Recreation Camp has begun to use the new bandstand, and it is ready for small concerts and events. Water Monitoring Program Begun: The water monitoring program has begun. This program was designed by Supervisor Zatz and the Town Board to…
At the end of Bevier Road, winding along the Wallkill River, the 170 campsites at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park at Lazy River offer the ideal camping experience.
“All of life is connected. We could not exist without trees for oxygen, the sky for rain, the sun for energy.” George describes his holistic approach to gardening and farming, explaining that there is no separation of soil and plant.
It is that time of year when grilled foods, salads, fresh vegetables, and fresh fruit taste so good! It is also a time to consider which white wine to serve with these dishes.
Hi, my name is Ariana and I am 11 years old. Over my February break I went on a service trip to Haiti.
Gardiner has a new Bed and Breakfast, lovingly created by Michael Aiello and Robert Witkowski from the nineteenth century Aiello family home on Route 208.
Anyone lucky enough to have more leaf mulch than they were able to use last season (Leaf Mulch: A Perfect Answer, Fall 2013) is in for a treat; the remains of mine have now broken down further and become a truly excellent substitute for peat moss.
When Kristop Brown and James Walsh decided to brew and market their own beer, they started small, in 2013. (Beer Here. More Coming, Gardiner Gazette, Summer 2013) They built a 400 square foot brewery in James’ back yard.
After a lifetime of looking and thinking about art, it never occurred to her that a creative-artistic bent was locked up inside. When it hit, there was no turning back!