• Every Sunday from 9a.m. to 2 p.m. on Maple Ave. at New Main St. in Haverstraw Village, rain or shine, from June 27th to November 21st, 2010.
• Eat Fresh Eat Local Eat Well. Come out for a fun-filled Sunday! New vendors, exciting demos and events, including a Market to Table program, cooking demos by gourmet restaurants, events by Cornell Cooperative Extension, and fun activities for both children and adults. Booths available. Sponsored by the Greater Haverstraw Chamber of Commerce … More HAVERSTRAW’S HARVEST FARMERS MARKET

Shouldn’t We Bring Cottage Industry to Haverstraw?

The New York Times has released a fairly interesting article on the revival of cottage industry, which has begun to meld with the world of high-fashion and high-design. Rural Craft is the new “it” for urban dwellers these days. . . and chic is more and more looking like it’s beyond passe. But in all … More Shouldn’t We Bring Cottage Industry to Haverstraw?

Hudson River Sculpture Trail Officially Opens

On Saturday, September 30, the Hudson River Sculpture Trail will be officially dedicated and opened. The project lines the shore of the Harbors at Haverstraw and will be expanded along the waterfront promenade as construction is completed. The Hudson River Sculpture Trail is: “. . . a visionary and ambitious project for the Hudson River. … More Hudson River Sculpture Trail Officially Opens

Imports: Jewelry by Mónika Rodriguez

Haverstraw’s rich wealth of culture and history continues to create new opportunities for residents to share aspects of their customs with each other. 18 year old Mónika Rodriguez lives in Santo Domingo, in the Dominican Republic. She began designing and creating jewelry at age 15. Mónika’s Godmother and Aunt, Floriana Gonzalez, lives in Haverstraw and receives samples … More Imports: Jewelry by Mónika Rodriguez