Welcome to Sugar Loaf, NY artisans village where shopping is unique and fun for everyone in the family.
We’re one of the most unique shopping villages on the East Coast with a rich history of artists, writers and creative people that have left a great legacy to build on. Meet today’s artists in their studio homes and watch as they create new works!
Today we have top notch galleries that show and sell the work of great painters, photographers, jewelers and potters. You will find artisans that make custom clothing, hand bags and accessories. You will find a leather worker that makes fine products you will use and wear for a life time. Plan a day trip to Sugar Loaf, you’ll be happy you did! …read more
The Sugar Loaf Fall Festival will celebrate its 45th year on October 11, 12, 13, from 10:00am to 6:00pm. It is the perfect place to spend the weekend watching the leaves turn colors, getting a breath of fresh cool air, and enjoying the festival filled with dozens of visiting crafters from the tri-state region.
There will be food vendors of various kinds and a whole line up of live music in the garden. The Entertainment schedule will include a range of styles such as blues, classic rock, folk and more. Many bands are local and many write their own songs. You will have a taste …read more
2014 Free Summer Concert Series (Our 10th year)
The “On the Lawn” Concert series is intended to bring community together and improve quality of life in the Chester and surrounding areas. This series is a Lycian Centre presentation.
Calendar of Performances: 6.30PM – 8.30PM
7/10/14: Jeremy Langdale | 7/17/14: Tim Hadler | 7/24/14: Petty Young Dylans | 7/31/14: Rave On | 8/7/14: Emish | 8/14/14: Hootenanny | 8/21/14: Wire Choir & Elisa Jones | 8/28/14: Still Surfin
Sugar Loaf Crossing (by the RR tracks) 1405 Kings Hwy Sugar Loaf, NY 10981 Phone: (845) 469-2713 Email: email@example.com www.facebook.com/onthelawnatsugarloafcrossing
The Barnsider Tavern invites you to stroll through Sugar Loaf in the year 1798 with thanks to Donald M. Barrell for his book Along the Wawayanda Path, The Black Dirt Distillery, Eliza Benedict Hornby’s Under Old Rooftrees edited by Sue Gardner, and Rebecca Orchant of the The Huffington Post. Sugar Loaf has a long colorful history. The village is on the “Wawayanda Pathe,” a very old native Indian trail that runs parallel with the southern boundary of the Wawayanda Patent, once claimed by Rapigonick, Wawastawaw, Moghapuck, Rumbout, Clauss, Chuckhass, Cingapaw, Oshasquemonus, and Quilapaw native Americans.
Applejack as American as Jazz and Baseball
Early Sugar …read more