Sunflower Art Studio is a non-profit organization started in honor of Liz Glover Wilson’s sister and the after-school program is “new” addition.
Brent and Carrie Wasser from Willow Pond Sheep Farm are local sheep farmers who tend their sheep with love and the help of their livestock guardian dogs.
In early December 2022, it seemed that the entire town of Gardiner was motivated to assist in finding a lost dog named Freyja.
The word “Cannabis” has never been on a business sign in Gardiner, ever, but it’s time has come.
Wildly popular, the Taco Truck’s tasty, fresh, and economically priced food has been well-received by Gardiner’s residents and visitors alike.
By definition, a “basecamp” provides things that are needed for persons engaged in such activities as exploring, mountain/rock climbing and more. It’s exciting that Gardiner now has its own BaseCamp.
Once upon a time, the Gardiner community rose against what was seen as an ecological tragedy in the making in the form of the unsanctioned and inadvisable real estate development of the Shawangunk Ridge.
Everyone loves firefighters, don’t they? Yet, for some time, the message board in front of the Gardiner Fire & Rescue has a request posted on it for volunteers.
Kudos to Michael Albright and all the volunteers who have been dedicating their time and effort to make the ice rink at Majestic Park a success!
The Gardiner area, affectionately known by outdoor enthusiasts as “The Gunks”, is well known for rock climbing, biking, and hiking. Cross-Country Skiing, however, is perhaps the lesser-known sport of our region.