If you have an inquiring mind, you’ll want to know and keep abreast of what is going on in our town.
Now, every Thursday from June 18 to October 15 (3:30 pm to 7 pm), we can buy our locally grown products all in one place, at the Gardiner Farmer’s Market at Gardiner Gables, Route 44/55.
I was kind of a show-off. I loved bragging to my urban and suburban friends and relatives that we only had one “real” traffic light in our little town.
The Gardiner Reformed Church has a wonderful youth group.
A library is one of those special places that build a sense of community and belonging for our children.
Community residents meet to learn about wildfire protection planning.
Something wonderful is always happening in Gardiner.
For a few years at the peak of the market most home values in Gardiner went up 20%-30%. Some actually doubled.
2008 was a busy year at Town Hall. In March, the Gardiner Town Board passed the final installment of its revised zoning law and map for the town.
To inform the people of Gardiner about what is happening with our boards and committees, I reached out to each for a brief summary of the issues before them.