Visit the volunteer “repair coaches”—electricians, seamstresses, mechanics and all-purpose fix-it pros—at Repair Café at the library the fourth Sunday of every other month from noon to four pm.
It wasn’t really a tornado the way Sandy wasn’t really a hurricane, but for those who experienced the weather event that hit Gardiner around 5:00 pm, Friday, June 12th, this would seem like splitting hairs.
Lee Ackhart, who’s been at Ireland Corners for nine years, is one reason customers keep coming back and things work so well when busiest in the early morning.
The benefits of the training received during WWII have reached far beyond the lives of the servicemen who fought in the 1940’s. Gavin Craddock and New Paltz Electric continue the legacy of service started by his grandfather.
John A. Varriano and Marsha Massih embody the truths that creative people strive for. He is an accomplished portrait painter; she, a still life artist and landscapist.
Having lived for 11 years in New Zealand, it was thrilling to see Full Moon Farm’s truck rumble past one day with four avid sheep dogs in the back. It was like being transported back to that British-occupied, sheep farming Mecca of the known galaxy a few (thousand) miles south of here.
What there is to say about the Reuben strudel appetizer at the Brauhaus is that it could not be improved upon in any way.
Americans are all tree-huggers at heart, and no one loves trees more than a forester, of which I am a retired one.
What a wonderful display of art and whimsy graces the view on Arch Street in the Hamlet.
Cars were once overwhelming to those who grew up with horses. Now, as then, the change is coming. It’s time for us all to embrace it and the Gardiner Library is a gentle way to start.
The 26th Annual Gardiner Day, Family, Fun & Friends, will be held on Saturday, September 12th from 11 am to 4:30 pm.
David Straus, a quarter-century fixture at Gardiner Town Board and Planning Board meetings, died on June 11 at the age of 84.