Posts Tagged ‘ Things to do in near Warwick NY ’

Sugar Loaf’s Best Kept Secret!

Dec 8th, 2012 | By
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18th CENTURY FURNITURE (Sugar Loaf Walking Map #26) is an absolute wonderland of whimsical handmade folk crafts balanced with brilliantly handcrafted reclaimed barnwood furniture. 18th Century Furniture is more than a shopping experience, it is a representation of one of the most beautiful, heart felt love stories I have ever had the honor of hearing.
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Rosner’s Traditional Soap Makers

Nov 18th, 2012 | By
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  A new creation from Rosner Soap Glycerine loofah Lemongrass soap Our pure glycerine loofah soaps combine the aromatic and curative qualities of pure essential oils as well as the wonderfully exfoliating and invigorating attributes of the loofah plant. These are great morning or evening! Lemongrass has a fresh grassy- citrus scent and is known
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Sugar Loaf Bed & Breakfast

Nov 11th, 2012 | By
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[Note:] Sugar Loaf Bed & Breakfast is temporarily closed due to illness. Set in a quaint community of Artists and Craftsmen while only 53 miles outside New York City. The Sugar Loaf Bed & Breakfast is the perfect secret country getaway. It’s like stepping back to a quieter place and time. Charming accommodations, romantic ambiance, hearty
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BLISS Co-opX

Nov 24th, 2011 | By
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Located in Romer’s Alley (Loafer Walking Map # 12), Bliss Co-Op is the first creative cooperative for women artisans in Sugar Loaf. The shop showcases the work of over 30 local & regional women providing them with a platform to pursue their passion. For more information on BLISS CO-OP: BLISS CO-OP.COM Find them on FACEBOOK
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Orange County Arts Council Awards

Oct 21st, 2010 | By

HOORAY FOR SUGAR LOAF!!! WISHING OUR 3 LOAFERS THE WARMEST OF CONGRATULATIONS! Three residents of Sugar Loaf’s arts community are to be honored at this year’s Orange County Arts Council awards ceremony to be held November 12, 2010 at the Harness Racing Museum in Goshen NY. Among this year’s recipients are Sugar Loaf residents Nick
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SUGAR LOAF COMMERCIAL

Sep 27th, 2010 | By

COMMERCIAL Hey gang, can you stand it? Sugar Loaf is gettin’ all technical & what not with our new 30 second commercial! And..hang on to your hats my friends, it is streamlined on YOU TUBE! Now if this doesn’t represent the future trend of Sugar Loaf coming back into its own I don’t know what
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Why Buy Handmade??

Sep 13th, 2010 | By

Let’s talk craft! AND…let’s definitely chat about why buying handmade is so valuable to both artisan & buyer. First & foremost the artisans of Sugar Loaf create & design products because it is their passion, not their job. They have willfully chosen to earn their living purely on the back of their talent & craft.
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Welcome to the Sugar Loaf Blog

Jul 27th, 2010 | By
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Dear Friends, The village of Sugar Loaf is on the verge of a new awakening; one that includes fresh merchant owners with modern design ideas balanced with the traditional artists and crafts people that have sustained their businesses throughout the years. There is always something interesting going on in Sugar Loaf and this blog will
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Welcome to Sugar Loaf, NY Artisans Village

Feb 23rd, 2010 | By
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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. We have a rich history of artists, writers and creative people that have left a great legacy to build on.

Today we have top notch galleries that show and sell the work of great painters, watercolorists, 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!