As many of you know I am new to the Warrensburg area. As such, one of my MANY goals is to support the community in as many ways as possible. One very quick way is to add links to the various other area businesses and organizations that have been so very kind to me.
Perky Granger first contacted Willows Bistro to place an order for a group of writers that were meeting with The Adirondack Mountain Writers' Retreat. She has been an oustanding supporter of Willows Bistro and we thank her for her support. Please review her website and the wonderful array of creative works there.
Warrensburg is a quiet town that has preserved much of its past while looking forward to the future. Historic post-Colonial and Victorian era homes remain on tree-lined streets, continuing to serve their occupants well as they enter the 21st century. Vestiges of the water-powered mills along Schroon River remain, but find new uses as restaurants and antique shops. Waterside parks offer access for fishing, boating and picnicking.
http://www.warrensburgchamber.comLocal artist Besty Krebs. Her Art Show was held at Willows Bistro on January 9th 2009.
http://www.loonyaboutadirondacks.com/index.htmlLooney About Adironacks