The Village of Warwick, the Warwick Historical Society, the Albert Wisner Public Library and the Warwick Valley Farmers’ Market will co-sponsor November’s Second Sunday conversations titled, “This Land is Farmland.” The event is free and will be held on Sun., Nov. 13 from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Old School Baptist Meeting House, located on High St. in Warwick.
“This Land is Farmland” will feature guests: Jack and Steve Pennings, Jr., from Pennings Market Orchard and Cidery; John and Dottie Sanford, of Maple Terrace Farm; Al Buckbee, of Bellvale Farms; and Bob Schluter, of Warwick Tomatoes and Techni-Growers. The event is part of the Village of Warwick’s Sesquicentennial Celebration in 2017. It is a series of informal and entertaining conversations between community members who are passionate about a subject or involved in an activity key to the history and formation of the Village.
For more information visit: www.whsny.org or call 986-3236; www.warwick150.org or call 986-2031; and www.albertwisnerlibrary.org or call 986-1047.