The Wallkill Valley Land Trust’s seventh annual tour will take place on Saturday, June 3rd.
An impromptu lunch stop at Gunk Haus on a recent weekend proved that there really is nothing better than good beer and slow cooked pork piled high on a home made ciabatta roll.
Next time you go to the theater in New York City and see an enormous backdrop, delight in the fact that a Gardiner resident was part of the team making your experience visually exciting.
Newspapers are a great resource for individuals conducting research on their communities from another period of time.
Each year, you may expect avian delivery of poison ivy seeds, so ever-vigilance is the watchword.
So as you travel through Gardiner on Route 44/55 with the stunning view of the Shawangunk Ridge in your sight, know you can find your own personal pathway to holistic health.
Think Walden Savings Bank is a typical bank? Think again.
Make the first weekend in June your day to tour the town, sample all the hand-crafted delicacies, and experience all the art it has to offer.
Gardiner is anything but just another small town. It’s a heartbeat of the Hudson Valley.
Confusion may occur over whether one lives in Gardiner or New Paltz