On May 19th, about 50 people gathered in the Gardiner Town Hall to hear presentations and talk about refugees and immigrants in the Hudson Valley and Gardiner.
The Gardiner Fire Department is a not-for-profit volunteer fire company incorporated in 1952 with firehouses located at 100 Main Street and Route 44-55.
There are lots of things to do with kids in Gardiner…Here are over 15 great options.
Imagine visiting the oldest continuously-operating winery in the United States. Not far from there is a winery with the oldest vineyard in the country still growing wine grapes.
Maurice Hinchey made politics an honorable calling.
Robbie Zaccheo is here to serve his community with his time and multiple talents, and Fall Fittings seems to be here to stay.
“Going green” is more than simply a trend; it’s become a way of life, a daily practice, for both people and businesses.
You don’t have to look too hard to find literary and artistic talent in Gardiner.
The goal of most yoga is “self-realization.” It is the merging of one’s little mind with universal consciousness.
The Environmental Conservation Commission is a seven-member volunteer body functioning under the auspices of the Gardiner Planning Board and Town Board.
Thank you all for nine years of support. We’re looking forward to this next chapter.