Cadwell Joinery specializes in making wooden windows and doors. All work is custom designed: for restorations, existing elements (profiles, lite sizes, panels, moldings, and materials.) can be matched; or new work, a section of historic profiles are available. To complement the designs, I use traditional materials and techniques including Eastern White pine, pegged mortise and tenons, and dovetail joints.
122 Hastings Pond Road
Warwick, MA 01378
At Chase Hill Farm we sell organic raw milk, organic farmstead cheeses, and meat as available. Our cows are all 100% grassfed. We milk seasonally, so milk is available from late March through December. At various times through the year we have grassfed beef, pasture-raised veal, and whey-fed pork for sale. We have self-serve refrigerators in our garage as our farmstand.
Educator and tutor, holiday and historical storyteller, North Quabbin Guide/hiker, author of Hearts and Hands on Herbs, Cutting a Bond With The Long Trail and The Little Pine Tree. Visit the labyrinth and fairy cottage. Sensitive to the realm beyond the five senses since childhood, Clare offers insight when asked. Lectures also include Imaginary Friends are Real, Demystifying ESP, Nurturing the Spiritual Intelligence of Young Children, Yoga and the Abc's of Meditation.
Tracker-naturalist David Brown provides several services focused on New
Interpretive programs, including animal tracking and bird programs
Wildlife inventories, including both mammal tracking and bird surveys
Docent training for interpretive walk leaders
Wildlife education planning for organizations
David Brown's Wildlife Services
12 Hotel Road
Warwick, MA 01378
Tel: 978-544 8175
Don does home and farm improvements and repairs. He has a loader, brush hog, backhoe and can do grading.
Home Phone: 978-544-3227
Cell Phone: 978-413-1536
On my farm here in Warwick I grow a wide variety of flowers that I've carefully selected for their vase life, fragrance, and beauty. All my flowers are cut fresh, carefully conditioned, and artistically arranged in a vase just for you. Having a flower CSA share means you will have a bouquet each week for the number of weeks you choose. Popular choices are: 8 weeks for $65 (medium size bouquet); 10 weeks for $80 (medium bouquet); 10 weeks for $100 (medium plus 1 bud vase for bedside or kitchen sink), 10 weeks for $150 (large bouquet). Treat yourself and family or makes a great gift. (Delivery available). Call Leanne at 544-5553.
Common Denomination by Gary Lucas
Through a lifetime of physical challenges I learned that my thought controlled and influenced my healing ability. All of us have the capability to travel inward and outward, to see and to self-heal and access is but a thought away. You just have to activate it.
Common Denomination includes 13 original essays linking the metaphysical and physical worlds as one, as they are meant to be and presents humankind an understanding of who and why we are and that we are one race (five species) with a common Eden and goal.www.garylucasthoughtfieldtheory.com
Author of the trilogy, The Town Barn Isn't There Anymore; Caleb, Caleb, Caleb and Caleb's Sojourn. These three books tell the story of Caleb Carney, a man who grew up in a small town like Warwick during the 1930s and 40s.
Guy Carey has also written for the Local Color magazine for the last ten years. Some of his poetry and articles have been published in the Equinox magazine and newspapers.
He has a series of children's stories that he and his family have read to children in libraries and school systems throughout surrounding area. For a number of years he has been joining the Gardner and Athol school systems on their community reading days, reading some of his stories. Guy enjoys sharing with children how reading and writing can enrich their lives. Guy is a frequent visitor to the Helen Mae Sauter School in Gardner where three of his children books are used in their Character Education Program.
Guy's books are available at most Internet book sites, locally at Bruce's Browser, World Eye Book Store and from Guy himself at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Guy Carey Jr.
21 Pine St.
Warwick Ma. 01378
As a small scale, diversified, family farm located in the heart of the village of Warwick, Massachusetts, our children, the grass, humor & hard work are at the center of what we do.
We are pasture-based, raising 100% grass-fed beef, 100% grass-fed lamb and organically-fed pork, chickens, ducks and turkeys. Our product is available through our meat CSA with distribution sites in Keene, NH, Northampton/Florence, MA and Brattleboro, VT and here on the farm in the village center of Warwick, MA. Meat and poultry with a guarantee from our family to yours!
CNA with Associate's Degree in Nursing available for care-giving and/or housework. I also offer shopping services. If you want the peace of mind and quality care that comes from 25+ years experience in long-term care facilities and home health-care right at your own door, please call Kathleen Copeland Padden at 978-544-9899 or email at KathleenPadden@aol.com. Reasonable rates.
Home of the best Hand-Crafted Soap in
Western Mass The World!
Li'l Bit By Bit Farm, located in the wooded hilltown of Warwick, MA, offers handmade, hand-crafted soaps, body lotions, and bathing items (such as bath teas and bath fizzes), deodorants, bug repellents and more in a variety of fragrances, shapes, and sizes. None of our products are tested on animals, and all are eco-friendly.
Locally owned and operated for over 60 years by three generations of the Mallet Family.
Phone: 978 249 9662
or: 978 544 1160
Woodwork enhances the warmth and atmosphere of any space with texture, color and light. Since 1975, Michael Humphries Woodworking has produced fine furniture, cabinetry and architectural millwork. We can work from our designs or yours, our skilled craftsmen bring decades of experience to unique projects on any scale. We build entire rooms of wall cabinets, single pieces of furniture, jewelry boxes, and staircases.
Call Kerry at home to make an appointment to see her recent paintings!
Author of eight books (and counting) on health, forensic science, and technology, Miryam Ehrlich Williamson offers conceptual editing, copy editing, fact checking, advice on writing a book proposal, and finding a literary agent and publisher. An experienced newspaper and magazine journalist, she can help writers locate appropriate markets and write query letters. Occasionally she teaches writing workshops.
Miryam Ehrlich Williamson Editorial Consulting
162 Old Winchester Road
Warwick, MA 01378
(978) 544 7010
miryam at alumni.upenn.edu
(replace the word "at" with the at sign when you write)
Full service maintenance, spring/fall yard clean-up, lawn mowing, pruning, landscape design, plant and lawn installation, water features, stone walls, retaining walls, patios, walkways, ponds, driveway repair and installation, drainage repair and installation.
Cordwood, mulch, stone and gravel products (delivery available).
Sandy Mallet - Freelance Photographer
Fine Art Photography
Greeting Cards, Magnets, Posters, Matted Prints, Framed Prints, etc.
Do you have a beautiful piece of property that you would like photographed?
For more information on my services or products, please contact me via phone or email.
Hastings Pond Road
Warwick, MA 01378
Richard Sachs, famous maker of custom-designed bicycle frames, has moved his shop from Chester CT to Warwick.
Although he is not taking new orders at the moment, if you are interested in racing or fine craftsmanship he is the man to see.
Contact Richard Sachs
Brandon "Smokey" Gibbons
Fully Licensed and Insured
Phone: 978 544 1909
Cell: 978 767 5509
Warwick Broadband Service is 30 times faster than dial-up and twice as fast as residential satellite. The cost for up to 1 Mb down and .5 Mb up is only $50 per month, addition to a one-time installation fee. For more information, call David Young at 978.544.6315.