Sugar Loaf’s Best Kept Secret!

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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. The story of Peter & Manon VonUchtrup started when Peter was just 16 years old as he worked with Walter Kanon of The Barnsider Restaurant outfitting the ceiling with barnwood beams. Later in 1985 Peter opened a shop at 68 Wood Road designing & handcrafting one of a kind …read more

Rosner’s Traditional Soap Makers

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Kiki and Yaron Rosner have a love of quality, beauty and art. Having lived abroad for over 20 years, they spent a number of years in France. It was there that they were first exposed to the art of soapmaking. Now living in Sugar Loaf, a community of artisans, they are raising their family and practicing the fine art of soapmaking with a passion.

There are soaps of so many different types that it would not be possible to mention them all here. You will find soaps, body oils, bath salts all made by the Rosners.

Phone: 845.469.5931

Number 14 on the Sugar Loaf …read more

Sugar Loaf Bed & Breakfast

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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 country fare, fresh clean air, and considerate personal attention await you. Mellow plank floors, hewn beams, sunny skylights, stained glass windows, and fragrant bird-filled perennial gardens bid you welcome. The lovely old colonial is graced throughout by carefully collected primitive and fine early country furnishings. Website: Phone: (845) 469-2717

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Joan Bunyan Allison Hoyt Twintastic Duo

BLISS Co-op, located in Romer’s Alley (Loafer Walking Map # 12) 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 Phone: 518-77BLISS

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Light Up Sugar Loaf Photos

Light Up Sugar Loaf

Saturday November 13th participating merchants will stay open late for a night filled with shopping & yummy treats! With lights shining bright, merchants will keep there doors open from 5:00pm to at least 7:00pm for your convenience. …read more

Orange County Arts Council Awards

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 Zungoli, nationally acclaimed photographer, Lycian Stage Lighting’s Richard and Susan Logothetics and painter John Creagh. Mr. Zungoli will receive individual artist of the year. Richard and Susan Logothetics will be honored as corporate champions for the arts. Landscape painter John Creagh will receive an award as champion for persons with …read more