Dance classes and more are up and running at Gardiner’s new bellydance, photography and recording studio.
Dawn Foti-Correa has been cutting hair in various locations in Gardiner since 1989, and probably knows most of the men in town who need a haircut.
The Bruynswyck Inn is a small, homey, charming place where you’re likely to see the same faces every time you go.
The Repair Shop is the brain child of a collaborative effort between Robin Hayes, entrepreneur, and Aleese Cody, massage therapist.
Majestic’s Hardware a small town store that contributes to the sense of community in Gardiner. It’s a place you go where someone will learn your name and say hello when you come in.
How does one business do this many different things? The answer lies in generations of hard work and a loyal, close-knit family with diverse talents.
Floral Affairs by Sarah started five years ago, and has become a viable business by relying on that great marketing technique called “”word of mouth.”
Derick Karabec has worked at Beeks garage at the intersection of 299 and 44/55 for 25 years.
The DM Weil Gallery is open weekends and by appointment, so give them a call!
Full Moon products are sold at Cold Spring, a year-round farmer’s market, as well as the Kingston and New Paltz winter markets.