The restoration of old buildings is challenging, both financially and practically, but rehabbing an old barn sends a shiver down the staunchest of spines.
The Gazette has been concerned for some time about empty commercial buildings in Gardiner, so it was with pleasure that we heard of the sale of the former Gold Fox Restaurant in January.
“There are some men who should have mountains to bear their names to time. Grave-markers are not high enough, or green…” -Leonard Cohen, poet and songwriter.
In our last issue, I described my mission to find out how to get a special needs sign placed on a local road.
Two new natural beauty companies are now based downtown and have led Gardiner to become a small hub for clean beauty.
Development and community input are in the spotlight in Gardiner.
From the Town Hall…
With panaromic views of the Shawangunks, the town of Gardiner is a paradise for kids, providing a wide range of offerings every day of the week.
With the blessed arrival of spring, did you take the time to pick up the debris along the road in front of your property?
Something wonderful and tasty came to Gardiner two and a half years ago: Insook’s outstanding organic produce and homemade Korean food.
Small-town virtues are real.
The Wallkill Valley Land Trust (WVLT) is hosting its 9th annual Houses on the Land historic house tour.
In March, Climate Smart Gardiner hosted its first Go Green Expo at the Firehouse.
This May could be a good year for morels because of higher than average precipitation over the last year.
The Gardiner Open Studio Tour (GOST) is a highlight of our vibrant community.