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 Dedicated to high-quality, professionally produced plays and musicals, Shadowland is located in the charming village of Ellenville, in Ulster County NY. Ellenville is 100 miles from New York City, in a picturesque and narrow valley between the Shawangunk Mountains to the east and the Catskill Mountains to the west.
Shadowland performs in its own building, which first opened on July 3, 1920, as an art-deco movie and vaudeville house. Substantial renovations in recent years have completely rebuilt the interior of the old theatre, retaining the art-deco features while creating a tiered, 148 seat, and intimate semi-thrust stage. All seats are within 25 feet of the stage and have clear sightlines in the technically well-equipped and acoustically outstanding space. Other improvement include a new inner lobby, restoration of the outer lobby, new lighting grid, all new sound equipment and control booth and refurbished dressing rooms.
Shadowland Theatre was founded as an outgrowth of Cooperative Artists, a collective of 35 theatre artists working together in New York City in the early to mid-1980s. The members of Cooperative Artists led by Ron Marquette moved en masse to Ellenville in 1984-85 when the vacant, art-deco Shadowland Theatre building was made available to the group as a home base. After two seasons under the banner of Cooperative Artists, the company was restructured and incorporated as a non-profit theatre company governed by an elected community Board of Directors. It’s located at 157 Canal St. Ellenville, New York 12428.
Ellenville Public Library 
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The Ellenville Public Library & Museum houses a collection of over 50,000 books, as well as an outstanding local history museum and public art gallery. Other local history museums include the O&W Railway museum, the Greenfield Park Museum in an authentic one room schoolhouse, and The Quaker Meeting House Museum
Serving over 19,000 patrons in the Ellenville School District, the Towns of Wawarsing and Rochester. The mission of the Ellenville Public Library & Museum is to provide resources, services and public programming of the highest possible quality to meet the ongoing informational, educational, cultural and recreational needs of its broadly diverse community. The Ellenville Public Library can trace its history to the spring of 1893, when it was organized as a school district library. Begun with a collection of some 1,000 books, the library has grown in size and stature, serving today as the informational and cultural center of our community. It’s located at 40 Center Street, Ellenville NY 12428.
Ellenville Chamber of Commerce 
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Tucked away in the southwestern corner of Ulster County, NY lies the Village of Ellenville within the Town of Wawarsing. Also within the township are the hamlets of Napanoch, Spring Glen, Wawarsing, Cragsmoor, Greenfield Park and parts of the town of Kerhonkson.
In a valley defined by the awesome Shawangunk Mountains to the east and the Catskills to the northwest, the Town of Wawarsing is a great place to visit, live or do business.
The Ellenville / Wawarsing Chamber of Commerce promotes economic development, tourism, community betterment, legislative action, and programs to make the Town of Wawarsing a better place in which to live and prosper. Their primary area of service is the Town of Wawarsing. Membership by those outside the primary area are also welcomed. Location: 126 Canal Street PO Box 227 Ellenville NY 12428
Sam's Point Preserve 
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Sam's Point Preserve, or Sam's Point Dwarf Pine Ridge Preserve, is a 4,600-acre (19 km²) preserve in Ulster County on the highest point (2,289 feet/697 m, on the Ellenville / Shawangunk border) of the Shawangunk Ridge in New York. It is owned by the Open Space Institute and managed by The Nature Conservancy. Its unique environment features dwarf pine trees along the ridge top. Located within the park is Lake Maratanza, the highest lake on the ridge, and the Ellenville Fault Ice Caves. The name derives from a story that a man named Sam, pursued by Indians, jumped off the cliff to avoid capture and miraculously survived the drop. Roads throughout the preserve were built as fire roads in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps.
The land was once owned by the nearby village of Ellenville to protect its watershed and partly by a company which offered tours of the ice caves. The Open Space Institute, working with The Nature Conservancy bought it with assistance from the Lila Acheson and Dewitt Wallace Fund for the Hudson Highlands, after the village considered selling the land to developers. In 2005, the Preserve opened the Sam’s Point Conservation Center with education facilities, exhibits and a gift shop. A parking fee of $10 per vehicle is charged.
The Ellenville Fault Ice Caves is the largest known open fault in the United States with corresponding ice caves. As a result of the cool microclimate, ice is present throughout the year and more northern plants such as black spruce, hemlock, mountain ash, and creeping snowberry, and bryophytes such as isopterygium distichaceum are able to survive. It was designated a National Natural Landmark in November 1967.There are hiking trails to the ice caves which are open in the summer.
Gaby's Cafe
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In the creation of fond memories and fine foods at Gaby’s CafĂ©. Located in both Ellenville and Rhinebeck, New York. Nestled seamlessly in the Hudson Valley, just minutes away from the Shawangunk Mountains and historic Hudson river.
Established in late 2008, Gaby's Cafe offers only the finest assortments of cuisines, ranging from traditional Mexican dishes to Italian dinners that you will never forget. We take pride in our handmade guacamoles, created right at your table side while you watch! Our Customers are satisfied and we're sure that you will be too! Let us have the pleasure of serving you! 
Peter's Market 
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Peters Market is a family owned and operated supermarket entering its 40th year in Business. Much has changed since 1971, but our goal remains the same: Genuine Customer Service, High Quality Products – including the Freshest Meats, Produce, Deli and Bakery – Good Prices and Great Values.

Peters Market has chugged along through eight presidencies, the collapse of the Soviet Union, wars from Vietnam to Afghanistan, gas lines, factory closings and economic ups and downs.
One signature section of the store is the Natural and Organic Department, which was introduced by Pat Peters in the early 1980s. Having struggled for years with an illness related to diet, Pat concentrated on special diet foods, products without yeast, gluten, dairy and sugar. And she integrated them with the regular store products in each department with an identifying green "natural and organic products" sign. The intent was to introduce these products to the everyday customer. It’s located at 7700 Rte 209 Napanoch, NY 12458

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