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Two and half years ago, Sharon Boduck opened Rose Water in a small private studio located on the second floor at 127 Main Street in Gardiner.
Today, bluebirds have made a significant comeback primarily because of conservation management, including the popular use of bluebird houses.
Do you know there is evidence of liquid water on Mars? Of course you do. We all know this because some really smart people drinking Caramel Brulée Lattes in a room on earth invented a machine with a big camera on it. That machine flew, all by itself, all the way to Mars. When it got there it took, all by itself, insanely clear pictures of the surface of Mars so the people in the room could say, “Holy cow,…
Owner Gable Erenzo has procured a cocktail of licenses that create the first establishment of its kind in NY State; Gardiner Liquid Mercantile can serve alcohol for both on premise and off premise consumption—as long as it is produced in NY State.
As we all know by now, the November 2015 elections brought some changes to our Town Board and we’d like to take this opportunity to introduce everyone to the team that will guide us until the next election in 2017.
Al became concerned that in wind the tree might fall on the house or wires, so concluded that it needed to be removed. He accessed the Rockefeller Center website and donated his tree for their annual event.
For a wonderful journey through some local history, pick up a copy of The Gunks: Ridge and Valley Towns Through Time by Ron Knapp and Michael Neil O’Donnell.
Ulster Literacy Association tutors Kathe Nack and Linda Hart have been teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) to the local farm workers, our invisible neighbors, at a weekly class in the Gardiner Library for the past three years.
Lucile Michels-Morris, known to all as Lucy Morris, knew what she wanted to be from early childhood. Her trajectory to being an accomplished painter and pastelist has encompassed myriad art lives!