RSS

Warrensburgh Beautification

BroccoliMontage.jpg

Image provided

WARRENSBURG | Plantings around one’s yard can not only be decorative, but they can also provide nutritious, savory food, according to an upcoming presentation sponsored by Warrensburgh Beautification. Read more

The Sun

WARRENSBURG | A woman who not only established a prominent Warrensburg inn but helped launch a local cultural renaissance in the 1980s is being remembered by her friends and associates after her passing. Read more

The Sun

lisaalexanderfrontyard.jpg

Photo provided

WARRENSBURG | Over the past several weeks, Warrensburg’s public spaces have been aglow in holiday lighting... Read more

The Sun

parisilecounthoriz_Sm.jpg

Photo by Thom Randall

WARRENSBURG |A woman who loved Warrensburg  — and brought national notoriety to the town — passed away last week, and her friends and associates shared their memories of her and the impact she’s exerted locally. Read more

The Sun

xmaswbghsantantrio.jpg

Photo by John Franchini

WARRENSBURG | For 30 years, Christmas in Warrensburgh has brought people together in a festive spirit, promoting cultural enrichment and celebrating time-honored Adirondack holiday customs. Read more

The Sun

WARRENSBURG |  For the second year, local artisan Megan Reynolds has been commissioned by Warrensburgh Beautification Inc. to design and create the 2018 Christmas in Warrensburgh Limited Edition Ornament. Read more

The Sun

wreathhc1312_l_300_c_y.jpg

David Cordner Getty Images

WARRENSBURG | Adirondack balsam wreaths are being sold by members of Warrensburgh Beautification Inc. in time to decorate for the Christmas in Warrensburgh celebration and the holiday season. Read more

The Sun

WARRENSBURG | The third annual Southern Adirondack Local Food & Craft Beverage Festival at the Warrensburgh Riverfront Farmers’ Market will be held Friday, July 13 from 3-6 p.m. Read more

The Sun

MendezGardenEditd_web.jpg

Photo provided

WARRENSBURG | A nationally-renowned garden designer, lecturer and author is returning to the area to give a presentation on residential landscaping and gardening. Read more

The Sun

MendezGardenEditd.jpg

Photo provided

WARRENSBURG | A nationally-renowned garden designer, lecturer and author is returning to the area to give a presentation on residential landscaping and gardening. Read more

The Sun

WARRENSBURG | Warrensburgh Beautification Inc. (WBI) will host its annual Spring Membership Meeting & Presentation on Wednesday, May 2 at The Glen Lodge Bed & Breakfast located at the Glen on Route 28 in Warrensburg. Read more

The Sun

WARRENSBURG | Businesses in Warrensburg are launching an concerted effort next weekend to encourage people to accomplish their holiday shopping in town. Read more

The Sun

Thom_W'burgPlantSwap_5-27.jpg

Photo provided

Master Gardeners to share wisdom at annual springtime event Read more

The Sun

WbghFarmersMrkt copy.jpg

File photo by Thom Randall

WARRENSBURG — Opening day for the 19th season of the Warrensburgh Riverfront Farmers’ Market is Friday, May 26 — and  music, samplings of specialty foods, handmade crafts, plus refreshments will be featured in the festivities. Read more

The Sun

WARRENSBURG — “I Love My Park Day,” hosted by Warrensburgh Beautification Inc., will be held on Saturday, May 6. Read more

The Sun

WARRENSBURG — On May 10, the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) of Warren and Washington Counties will host a Greater Warrensburg Community Volunteer Fair. Read more

The Sun

WARRENSBURG — A leading local civic group will be honoring the memory of Lenore R. Smith, a champion of historic preservation and town enhancement on what would have been her 100th birthday. Read more

The Sun

DeMola_WarrensburgFarmersMarket_4-8.jpg

Photo provided

Long-running market now seeking vendors for 19th season Read more

The Sun

LeePecueXmas copy.jpg

Photo provided

WARRENSBURG — Businesses in Warrensburg are launching an all-out effort next weekend to encourage people to accomplish their holiday shopping in town. Read more

The Sun

LAKE GEORGE — After hosting a public hearing June 21 which drew not a single local citizen, the Lake George village board approved water rate increases — the first in six years — of 3 percent. Read more

The Sun