Welcome to Pawling..
Where history lives on as the future unfolds.
Welcome to Pawling and its treasures. Pamper your senses with visits to our historic
sites, nature areas, restaurants, art galleries, concerts, theater, gift and specialty
stores. Enjoy a variety of Chamber sponsored annual events. Experience the warmth
and friendly attention offered by our member businesses, organizations and services.
These are the treasures of Pawling that make it so unique and inviting to so many.
The Pawling Chamber of Commerce promotes voluntary partnering to build and maintain
a strong local economy and the quality of life experience. We invite you to partner
with us to preserve and also help grow Pawling’s treasures. Peter Cris, President,
Pawling Chamber of Commerce
Nestled in the foothills of the Berkshires, Pawling is a rich part of our nation's
historical and cultural heritage. Few communities can boast a harmony of civic,
artistic and entrepreneurial spirit combined with a safe and beautiful environment.
Pawling offers vast amenities that include a variety of neighborhood shops, fine
dining and thousands of acres of pristine green spaces for recreational use. Pawling
is a Town with dynamic historical roots and an exciting, clear vision towards the
future. Whether your stay is a day or a lifetime, Pawling will always stay in your
Town residents enjoy the oldest municipally owned golf course in America, a dozen
tennis courts, two lakes, over 300 acres of parkland. The Great Swamp, Appalachian
Trail and Nature Conservancy offer outdoor enthusiasts opportunities aplenty. In
a community steeped in benevolence, dozens of volunteer organizations provide everything
from tours of Washington’s headquarters to a staffed Chamber of Commerce Visitors
Rounding out this hidden gem are excellent choices of private and public learning
institutions, houses of worship, community theatre, chamber music series, arts festivals
and the best Fireman’s Parade and Carnival in the state.
Pawling offers all the best in small town America at a location less than two hours
from New York City. Getting here is the easy part. Our community welcomes all.
March 18, 2014
3191 Route 22,
Special Guest Speaker:
Commissioner, Dutchess County Planning Department
Please RSVP to Marie Stewart
(845) 855-1632 or e-mail her at email@example.com
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- FREE Youth
Leadership Information Session
Youth Leadership is an innovative, leadership development program designed to develop
the academic, social and life skills of area youth. High school students will: experience
interactive, online learning. Attend challenging sessions with leaders of local
organizations and businesses. Participate in field trips and an overnight tream
building retreat. Volunteer with local community service organizations and much
to Dutchess County!
Begin your Hudson River Valley getaway here, in Dutchess County! Sure, it's easy
to get here - by car, train, bus and air. Covering 800 square miles, there's an
abundance of natural scenic beauty, outdoor recreation, historic landmarks, restaurants,
festivals and more.