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Free English Class!

September 18 @ 5:00 pm

Free English Classes Every Monday from 5pm-7pm 6093 Main Street Tannersville, NY 12485


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Nature’s Palette: Stone Pigment Workshop

September 20 @ 6:30 pm

Nature’s Palette: Stone Pigment Workshop with Instructor Laura Lanchantin Create Stone Pigments from Catskill Mountain Sedimentary Rock Starting […]


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  • retreat
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THE ENERGY OF WEALTH-Retreat at Peace Village

September 22 @ 5:00 pm

INSIGHTS INTO A WEALTH MINDSET Is your definition of wealth and success realistic? Does it stand the test […]


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Nature’s Palette: Catskill Mountain Mineral Pigments

September 22 @ 7:00 pm

Nature’s Palette: Catskill Mountain Mineral Pigments. A presentation by Local Artist Laura Leigh Lanchantin Friday, September 22 @ […]


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Pratt’s Five Wives – Presentation by Carolyn Bennett

September 22 @ 7:00 pm

Join us on Friday, September 22nd at 7:00 p.m. in the MTHS Ulster & Delaware Train Station in […]


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Visit the Rip Van Winkle Mural!

June 7th, 2017|

Check out the time lapse video of the Rip Van Winkle Mural located on the side of the Tannersville Antiques Center! Special thanks to Justin Justin Guy Badenhorst and Michael Wentland!

Tannersville Receives $500,000 Grant Award

June 7th, 2017|

The Village of Tannersville and The Hunter Foundation are pleased to share Governor Andrew Cuomo’s recent announcement that a project valued at $1.0 million  has been awarded grant funding in the amount of $500,000 through the NYS Department of State Office of Planning and Development through the Local Waterfront Revitalization Program funded by Title 11 of the Environmental Protection Fund. The grant will help the Village to undertake the Implementation of The Gooseberry Creek Revitalization Strategy.  An additional $500,000 has been committed in local match.

The project will advance planning and design components that focus on community revitalization and quality of life enhancements for Tannersville and the surrounding area. This is the continued vision of the Village of Tannersville to expand the Huckleberry Trail System and will be the 2<sup>nd</sup> phase in further development of our commitment to link Main Street directly with Rip Van Winkle Lake and park amenities.

The 1<sup>st</sup> component funded in 2015 focused on developing the LWRP with community workshops being held and surveying the public for input on projects and programs to enhance linkages and public access to waterways, enhancement of recreation amenities, small business enhancement, streetscape and public gathering spaces along the Gooseberry Creek which flows through the center of the Village and pedestrian/trail linkages. This component also focused on a feasibility study to restore Rip Van Winkle Lake and identify and design priority projects for revitalization. The feasibility study is identifying  alternative methods for restoring the lake and managing stormwater as well as developing recreation and trail projects. The Village will use green infrastructure to reduce flood threats consistent with NYSDEC and NYCDEP’s management of the Forest Preserve and Catskill Watershed.  The development of a trail network that creates a trail around Rip Van Winkle Lake extending the Huckleberry Trail is  a component widely supported by the community at large in a recent meeting and multi-day design charrette. This trail will interconnect with a system of trails being developed for mountain bike use.

The partnership between the Village of Tannersville and the Hunter Foundation has been recognized by the State as longstanding and successful.  As part of this initiative, the Hunter Foundation has committed up to $500,000 in donated services and financial support for the program. We have contracted with a team led by River Street Planning &amp; Development of Troy, New York, Place Alliance New York of Schenectady, New York and SWCA of Amherst ,Massachusetts.

Contact: The Hunter Foundation

Anne Jakubowski

518-589-5050

Commercial Properties for Rent

May 12th, 2017|

Newly refurbished, highly visible location on Main Street adjacent to antique shops, day care, eateries and performing arts center. Exterior paint and landscaping to be completed Spring 2017. Great Retail Location​!

Main Floor​ 1,000 sq ft can be divided into 3 separate office suites

238 sq ft conference room

2 bathrooms

Main Street Entrance

Lower Level ​2 separate office suites approx 300 sq ft each

kitchenette/break room

Bathroom

Storage room

Separate entrance

Parking

Utilities: propane and electric heat, air conditioning

Amenities: ​on-site parking, eateries, restaurants, day care, shopping, library, school, farm market, post office, lodging, recreational lake and trails all within walking distance

Pricing: ​Office suites starting at $350.00 monthly includes utilities

Owner Contact Info:
The Hunter Foundation 518-589-5050 email hidden; JavaScript is required