The Unison Craft Fair at the New Paltz Middle School on December 3rd and 4th will include Leonie Lacouette, Laura Watson, Alexa Ginsburg, Annie O’Neill and Amy LeFevre—five very talented Gardiner woman.
If you think that’s crazy, you haven’t met the Bavarian pretzel at the Mountain Brauhaus.
Look for Four Winds at local farmers’ markets and visit their website FourWinds.com.
Parker and Anna will transform your car, truck, camper, full size mobile home, van or motorcycle. They’ll remove pet hair, clean wheels, install mud flaps, touch up paint, tackle mildew and scotchguard your seats.
As 1979 turned into 1980 the stars aligned themselves and I woke up needing to look at The New York Times Farm and Country Real Estate Section. My daughter had turned two and it was time to add some nature to her life.
In Part One, former Gardiner resident and experienced climber Louise Trancynger discovered the now-fabled climbing cliffs at the Gunks, but also discovered that since the 1940s they had been controlled with military precision by elite members of the Appalachian Mountain Club, known as the “Appies”.
I emailed Mrs. Rice seeking an interview. She promptly responded that she’d be happy to meet, and gave me half an hour.
Paula Kucera’s White Barn Sheep and Wool on Albany Post Road in Gardiner looks like a functional edifice that would comfortably house cows and chickens. Instead, it is the realm of sheep.
Am I the only one who has noticed that there is a dragon in the middle of Gardiner? Where did it come from? When did it get here, and why is it here?
The Parks and Recreation Commission is an example of generosity, and of the crucial role volunteers play in our community.