With the help of Black Dirt Farm Tours’ Joe Mauriello and videographer Steven Speliotis, the beauty of the Warwick Valley has been going viral and taking the internet by storm. The short video features the warm smiles of local business owners currently participating in the Black Dirt Farm Tour through the Valley and truly welcomes…

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Members of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce and other guests are invited to attend a social get together next week at the Victorian home of Charlotte’s Tea Room at 15 Oakland Ave. in the Village of Warwick. The after-hours “Springtime Business Mixer” will be held on Thursday evening, March 26, from 5:30 to 7:30…

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LGBTQ Center of the Warwick Valley holds ribbon cutting at Community Center On Wednesday, Aug. 13, Mayor Michael Newhard, Warwick Valley Community Center Executive Director Karen Thomas and members of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors joined members of the LGBTQ Center of the Warwick Valley and their families for a ribbon-cutting…

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Free entertainment every Saturday in July and August The second annual Naked Flock Summer Concert Series at Applewood Winery kicks off with a double header in honor of July 4 weekend. On Saturday, July 5, Big Joe Fitz and the Lo-Fi’s will entertain. Their music combines elements of jazz, swing, funk and soul, but is…

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Donations to the Warwick Ecumenical Council’s Food Pantry are mandatory for employees of Vogel and Moore Nationwide Insurance Agency, 13 Wheeler Ave., who wish to participate in dress down Friday. That, along with collecting donations from clients by posting information in the office and on Facebook, resulted in the Warwick office collecting more than 150…

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In honor of club members, family and friends who have battled leukemia, Warwick Valley Rotarians donated $1,000 to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Shown, left to right, are Warwick Rotary President John Buckley, volunteer Darryl Moy, Team in Training Executive Committee Member for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society; Ed Ciarfella, grand master of  United Martial…

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1,800 ticket holders sample the fare of 28 vendors and raise more than $23,000 On Sunday, April 14, the ninth annual Taste of the Town was held on St. Stephen’s Parish grounds.The huge tent accommodated 28 booths for local restaurants, wineries and other vendors as well as about 1,800 ticket holders who attended the popular…

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Warwick Valley recognized as one of the ‘Best Communities for Music Education’ in the country A nonprofit foundation whose goal is to advance “active participation in music-making across the lifespan” has recognized the Warwick Valley School District as one of the nation’s “Best Communities for Music Education.”The Warwick Valley School District has been recognized for…

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Feb. 12 celebration will be a fund raiser for ‘Back Pack Snack Attack’ Mardi Gras, which is French for Fat Tuesday, is the day before Ash Wednesday and it’s traditionally a time to celebrate and eat well before the season of Lent.Although celebrated throughout the world, most people in the United States associate the event…

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Orange County Land Trust hosts winter hike at Fuller Mountain Preserve on Feb. 9 Orange County Land Trust will lead a winter hike – either on foot or snowshoe, depending on snow coverage – on Saturday, Feb. 9, beginning at 10 a.m. at Fuller Mountain Preserve, the Land Trust’s 255-acre nature preserve off Bowen Road…

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The owners and staff of Seely & Durland surprised Tammy Artusa with a lunch, plaque and gift at Trattoria Vivano’s in Warwick in honor of her reaching the 20-year milestone.“Tammy has been an integral part of our business since joining our company in 1992,” Garrett Durland, president and co-owner of Seely & Durland said in…

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The International Medical Relief Foundation, created and managed mainly by Hudson Valley Rotary volunteers, strives to bridge health care gaps worldwide. Headquartered in Newburgh, the organization collects surplus and outdated medical supplies and equipment for distribution to developing countries around the world.The International Medical Relief Foundation “has developed a network of partners in the medical…

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  The Mount Peter Ski Area has opened a new terrain where first time lessons are conducted.The expansion gives skiers and riders the opportunity to develop their skills on a spacious, out of the way wide-open slope, according to the press release announcing the new terrain. The area is located off to the left of…

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