For a while, Gardiner had no barbers. Now, by rule of serendipity, we have two.
On the evening of November 10th , 2010, the meeting hall of the Gardiner Reformed Church was the scene of a lively conversation about one of Gardiner’s most precious assets: farms and farmland.
On a busy day, Lombardi’s Restaurant makes hundreds of pounds of yeast dough—three different kinds—for their bread, pizza and focaccia.
The origin of Artscapes, Tony Osborne’s landscaping business, is a four-generation Gardiner story.
Peter Nathan’s GunxCrossFit, located on Albany Post Road in Gardiner, is the anti-gym.
It was 87 years ago that a newly married couple named Fred and Beatrice Dressel left a small dairy farming town in central New York to seek their fortune in the Hudson Valley.
It was on a family trip to the beautiful village of Watergrasshill is in southeast County Cork, Ireland, that Alana Colucci and her family found the inspiration for their new Bed & Breakfast in Gardiner.
Many locals shop at The Cheese Plate in New Paltz for fine cheeses and delicacies from around the world.
In 2018, Brent and Carrie Wasser moved to Gardiner and began Willow Pond Sheep Farm. They are both committed to raising their sheep humanely and responsibly, as well as to respectfully dealing with the environment.
Many folks in Gardiner know that Michele Tomasicchio has been making all-natural skin care products for many years at her studio on Albany Post Road, but the owner of Made With Love Natural Skin Care has branched into some new areas lately