Welcome

We are  a membership-based group of businesses, organizations, and individuals dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for residents of the Rondout Valley and promoting the region as a destination for the hundreds of thousands of visitors who visit Ulster County each year.

 

The Rondout Valley Business Association thanks our partner, the Ulster County Historical Society, which also hosted the post-tour reception, and the 2019 Rondout Valley Garden Tour Committee – Victoria Coyne, Victoria Gardens, Rosendale; Carl Cox, Carl Cox Studios, Rosendale; and Eric Stewart, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Hudson Valley Properties, Stone Ridge (RVBA) and Marian McCorkle, Marian McCorkle Design, High Falls; and Jennifer Muck-Dietrich, BlueStone Press, Stone Ridge (UCHS) – on the great success of this year’s event!

Special thanks to this year’s gracious garden hosts – LaVonne and Robert Filipek, Jennifer Hauer and Will Davis, Tony Napoli and Gary Newman, Craig Friedman and Rhonda Reininger, Sarah Draney, Colleen Bicknese, Beth and Jim Anderson, Sara Harris, and Eric Stewart and Dr. Michael Sheran.

Thanks also to all who volunteered to sell tickets or help at the gardens, the local many businesses that advertised in the program, Davenport Farms, Stone Ridge and Victoria Gardens, Rosendale for selling tickets and supporting the event, and the local eateries who contributed to the reception – The Spy Social Eatery & Bar, High Falls; Hash, Stone Ridge; The Egg’s Nest, High Falls; The Big Cheese, Rosendale; The Roost, Stone Ridge; and Tony & Nick’s Italian Kitchen, Ellenville.

And of course, to all those who purchased tickets and attended the 2019 Rondout Valley Garden Tour, thanks for your support!

 

RVBA Shines Light on Solar Power

RVBA Shines Light on Solar Power

The RVBA May Networking Breakfast Meeting focussed on “Shining a Light on Solar.” Hosted at SUNY Ulster’s College Lounge on Thursday, May 11, 2017, an in-depth panel discussion covered personal, business and commercial solar installations. Read more of this post.

Businesses With Real Mission

Businesses With Real Mission

The Rondout Valley Business Association is back and burlier, while also more community-concerned, than ever. At least that was the unmistakable takeaway from last Thursday morning's breakfast gathering at the Rondout Municipal Center Read more of this post.

The Benefits of Membership

The Benefits of Membership

Join today and realize all the great benefits of membership. Learn more about RVBA membership on the Benefits page.
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