The Gardiner Gazette is excited to report that the shuttered Village Market & Eatery was recently acquired by Julian’s Recipe, LLC®.
Back in March, the management team at Woodland Pond implemented policies quickly to protect all the residents, and so far, their caution has paid off.
Gardiner Residents Elise Gold and Mathew Swerdloff founded the Maya Gold Foundation in the months following October 2015, when their daughter, Maya, took her own life.
Three months after closing Town Hall, we are very carefully reopening. By appointment, you can meet with staff in our lobby to accommodate your needs. Masks required.
COVID-19 has brought out the best and worst in people worldwide, and the Gazette is aware that the pandemic has been very hard on everyone.
When the coronavirus hit in mid-March, it wasn’t entirely clear how Gardiner’s farms would fare.
“Mom, you sew. Why don’t you make some of these masks for people?”
There are many upsides to raising poultry. A small flock can keep a family in daily eggs with leftovers for sale or gifting.
Beer tastings via Zoom! And, due to a clever program design by James Walsh and Joe Dolan of Yard Owl Brewery, rest assured that you actually get to drink the beer.
Wineries, distilleries, breweries, liquor stores, along with delis and supermarkets, have remained open for business, albeit with restrictions, through the New York PAUSE.
The Town of Gardiner and the Climate Smart Gardiner Taskforce are thrilled to announce the installation of an Electric Vehicle charging station in the Gardiner Library parking lot.
Ken and Pat Wendler have been completing a lot of puzzles.
Due to the unprecedented impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic, the Gardiner Day Committee has voted unanimously to cancel Gardiner Day this year.