Preserving the rich historical legacy of the town of Warwick NY. . .

Dear Neighbor,

Warwick has a sense of place that is truly one of a kind. This comes from a deliberate investment by the generations before us. Properties such as Lewis Park, the Old School Baptist Meeting House and Baird’s Tavern are vital to the character of the Town, but preservation of these properties takes effort and money.

Your support has been critical in helping Warwick remain a beautiful place to live and do business.

We can’t continue to do our work without you, so please make your end of year gift today. Whether it is $5 or $5,000, your donation will make a difference in the year ahead. Your gift is fully tax deductible and will help sustain our work for the next generation.

Wishing you and yours a happy and healthy new year.

The Board and Staff of the Warwick Historical Society



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Shingle Diggers Blog 3

December 1st, 2016|0 Comments

The Shingle Dig crew: Jim, Dot, Mike, Vicki, and George (Sherry not present) The Shingle Dig team continued working at Baird’s Tavern. We did considerable digging in Baird’s yard where the shed had [...]

Giving Tuesday Initiative

November 25th, 2016|0 Comments

As we head into the 2016 holiday season, and focus on what we consider important to ourselves and our family, we ask for your assistance in spreading the word about the Warwick Historical Society. As [...]

Shingle Diggers’ Blog 2

September 23rd, 2016|0 Comments

The Shingle Diggers team of George Knight, Mike, Jim, Vicki, and  Dot  worked tirelessly during the hot days of summer, but actually enjoyed the challenges faced each day.  Each day was interesting, productive, and usually [...]

WVCSD receives Library of Congress grant for teacher training in the use of historical records and artifacts

September 12th, 2016|0 Comments

September 6, 2016 The Warwick Valley Central School District has been awarded a $20,000 grant from the Library of Congress to provide teacher training on integrating TPS (Teaching with Primary Sources) into the classroom during the [...]