Common Ground Farm is pleased to announce the start of the 2019 Newburgh Farmers’ Market season on Saturday, July 13th from 10-2 pm. The market will be open every Saturday from 10-2 pm until the last day of the season on October 19th, offering a wide variety of local produce and other agricultural products including meat, eggs, maple syrup, beverages and body products. In 2019, the market will be located in the beautiful outdoor park at the Safe Harbors Green, 95-107 Broadway, in Newburgh, New York.
Next Wednesday, April 24th at noon a new tree will be planted in front of the Newburgh Flour Shop Bakery. This is in collaboration with the Conservation Advisory Council, DPW, and Liberty Street business owners.
A nice Kwanzan Cherry Tree from Orange Nursery has been selected by CAC. In an effort to fill in some of the empty tree pits in our burgeoning business corridor we are trying to add urban plantings that are vital for complete streets and neighborhoods. In the fall, the tree that came down during the tornado last year will be grinded down and a new one will be planted in its place.
We would welcome your attendance. Make sure to take a stop by during the April 27th Spring into Newburgh Last Saturday event!
Awesome Newburgh Foundation awards monthly micro-grants to creative projects in Newburgh!
On Sunday, March 17, 2019, we are hosting a pitch party where anyone can pitch a project idea. This time around, the public will VOTE FOR THE WINNER of $1,000. The event is free and the winner will be announced that evening. Location is the Thornwillow Institute, 7 South Lander Street in Newburgh.
Come to pitch an idea, cheer your friends and neighbors and meet past grantees and trustees. Food, music & drinks will be served. Stay tuned for special program announcements!
Hope you will join us and your fellow neighbors!
Get Ready To Vote!
¡Awesome Newburgh Foundation quiere dar micro donacion para proyectos creativos en Newburgh!
El domingo 17 de marzo de 2019, estamos organizando una fiesta de lanzamiento donde cualquiera puede lanzar una idea de proyecto. Esta vez, el público VOTARÁ POR EL GANADOR de $ 1,000. El evento es gratis y el ganador será anunciado esa noche. El evento tomara lugar en el Thornwillow Institute, 7 South Lander Street en Newburgh.
Venga a presentar una idea, anime a sus amigos y vecinos y conozca a los antiguos beneficiarios y fideicomisarios. Se servirá comida, música y bebidas. ¡Estén atentos a los anuncios de un programa especial!
Espero que se unan a nosotros y sus compañeros vecinos!
A new bench has been installed outside Palate Wine Shop to remember late Newburgh resident, Tony DiBenedetto. The fund was created by Yakoov Sullivan and installed by Atlas Industries.
“Those who frequent Liberty Street in Newburgh knew Tony Di Benedetto … whether it was seeing him at Caffe Macchiato for breakfast, lunch at Ms. Fairfax or sitting in Palate Wines and Spirits, where he and I had many wonderful conversations.
As he walked down Liberty Street, Tony greeted everyone and was interested in hearing what we were doing. He was an artist, a graduate of Pratt Institute and a resident of Madrid, Spain for 36 years before coming to Newburgh. Tony was a man of many talents and tales. We all loved him.
In his memory, a bench, based on one from El Retiro Park in Madrid, has been made by Atlas Industries of Newburgh and will be installed in front of Palate Wine and Spirits at 115 Liberty Street. It will provide a place for his many friends to rest and smile as we think back on the life of this remarkable man.”
Sometimes streets are missing something that you can’t quite put your finger on. Urban street trees are of significant value. According to an article by Glatting Jackson and Walkable Communities, there are 22 benefits such as reduced traffic speeds, safer walking environments, and added value to homes.
Owner of the Newburgh Artist Colony on Clark Street, Jeff Link, together with the Conservation Advisory Council, planted 5 new trees between Broadway and Ann Street. He hopes that this will inspire other members of the community to plant trees in front of their own properties.
Without trees, no matter how beautiful the buildings are the street just looks bare…