‘Warwick Through Time’ commemorative note cards are here In celebration of the Village of Warwick’s Sesquicentennial, a limited edition of commemorative note cards have been reproduced by Sarah McHugh and Renelle Lorray from images taken from the highly praised “Warwick Through Time” exhibit held throughout the Albert Wisner Public Library. The exhibit opened in April…

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Discover the people and places that helped shape Warwick’s history on the weekend of June 17 and 18. The Warwick Historical Society is participating in New York State’s Path Through History Weekend celebrating the state’s rich heritage. The society will be holding a variety of events over the weekend to celebrate Warwick On Sunday, June…

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Warwick Fire Department Engine Company #3 held their first meeting on Apr. 4, 1967. A formal meeting was held at the South St. Ext. location and the following members were present: from the Raymond Hose Co #2, H. Schmick, R. Schmick, J. Rader, H. Ten Kate, R. Ten Kate, Fred Knierieman, and Reinhard Knierieman; from…

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  The historic and notable Baird’s Tavern, located at 105 Main St. in the Village of Warwick, will once again become a tavern for patrons to enjoy. Built by Francis Baird in 1766, the tavern for many years was a welcoming destination for travelers. Soon patrons will be able to revel in its rich Colonial…

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It was another opportunity to be a part of history. On Saturday, April 15, the Village of Warwick Sesquicentennial Committee invited the public to celebrate an important event in the 150-year history of the Village with a parade and ceremony. On April 15, 1867 the Village charter was approved by the New York Legislature. A…

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Museum Village will host its fourth annual commemoration of World War I on Saturday, April 8. Also known as the First World War and the Great War, this global conflict started on July 28, 1914, and lasted until Nov. 11, 1918. The United States joined the conflict on April 6, 1917, and played a major…

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Warwick Historical Society reveals results of archeological dig It was a full house at the Buckbee Center on Sunday, March 26, as the Town of Warwick Historical Society’s Shingledig archaeological team presented the highlights of their 2016 digging season at Shingle House and Baird’s Tavern. Team members Dot Zwerin and George Knight, along with Mike…

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Huge crowds gather for New Year’s Apple Eve on Railroad Avenue and kickoff Warwick’s Sesquicentennial celebration It was an opportunity to enjoy a great New Year’s Eve and also kickoff the Village of Warwick’s 150th year celebration or Sesquicentennial. On Dec. 31 there were several events, co-sponsored by the Merchant Guild and the Village, for…

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Warwick elementary students cast their votes for Village tree, flower and bird The Village of Warwick, in partnership with the Sesquicentennial Committee and the Warwick Valley School District, is sponsoring several joint activities and events in celebration of the 150th anniversary of the Village in 2016-17. In honor of this special anniversary, students in Park…

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On Thursday, Jan. 12, from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., the spirits will return to Baird’s Tavern for the second “Spirits of Warwick” event. Join ghost investigator Linda Zimmerman and medium Barbara Roth for a “spirited” discussion on local paranormal activity. This event is $45 for non-members and $35 for members. Cocktails and light snacks are…

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Celebrate New Year’s Eve at Railroad Green and the beginning of the Village of Warwick’s 150th anniversary It’s an opportunity to enjoy a great New Year’s Eve and be a part of history. And everyone is invited. Mayor Michael Newhard recently announced that although the upcoming 150th year celebration, or Sesquicentennial, of the Village of…

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