The Hadley Business Association is a non-profit association organized for the purpose of promoting and increasing the general welfare of the businesses and people in Hadley and the surrounding areas; by endeavoring to encourage industrial, recreational, agricultural and other enterprises to locate or remain in Hadley. Each year we strive to bring events to the community to generate interest in our town and remind everyone that Hadley is a great place to live, a great place to raise a family and a great place to start a business.
Upcoming Town-wide Garage Sale August 16, 17 and 18, 2019
The Hadley Business Association is giving back to the community by donating 10 balsam Christmas trees to local organizations willing to decorate it in a Hometown Christmas theme representing their organization’s mission, in time for the Holiday on the Hudson Event the first weekend in December. Trees will be displayed November 30, 2019 - January 3rd, 2020 at the Rockwell St Park, just over the Bridge of Hope into Hadley. For more details and an application for a free tree to decorate click here
The 6 foot trees are from Bob’s Trees and provided by the Hadley Business Association. The first 10 entries receiving a FREE TREE to decorate!
The Hadley Business Association expresses heartfelt thanks to the Festival Committee Volunteers and the towns voluntary efforts in support of the Maple in April Festival. We appreciate their valuable contribution of time and resources lent to the success of the 2019 Maple in April Festival.
It’s not for money,
It’s not for fame,
It’s not for any personal gain,
It’s just for love of fellow man,
Its just to lend a helping hand,
It’s just to give a tithe of self,
That’s something you can’t buy with wealth.
It’s not for medals won with pride,
It’s for that feeling deep inside,
It’s that reward down in your heart,
It’s that feeling that you’ve been a part,
Of helping others far and near,
That makes you be a volunteer!
Volunteers are the heart of the Maple in April Festival and without them nothing would be accomplished. We wish to thank: Howard Clift & Art Clift, Leslie Bradt, Melissa Iaconneti, Eileen Gilbert, The Lions Club parking attendants, The Luzerne-Hadley Fire Company, The American Legion Color Guard, Dawn Grant, Mike Goodhart, Mark McLain, Shelly Kavoleski, Tom Ryan, Sher and Leslie Millis, Roger Allan, Saratoga Sheriff Zurlo, the K9 unit and the child identification team, Gary Gendron, Jerry Wilder, Ray VanAnden, Jerry Wawrzyniak, Pete Gilbert, Georgia Parker, Glenn Brown, Bret Collier, Tyrone Nichols, Gwen Nichols, Ernie and Sue Wilder, Adirondack Folk School, Carol Nelson, Dianne Spelter, Chris Blakley, Jodie and J.P. Henderson, our Towns’ Supervisor Wright and Supervisor Merlino, and Congresswoman Elise Stefanik, Howard & Wendy Schaffer, Town highway crew, Andy Gilbert, Don Hastings, Ronnie Waite, Tobias & Gina Kipp, Clinton Carlton, Colin Hagadorn, Michael Burkley, Father Dave, Melissa and Gary Liebl, Tony Cirillo, Shirley Garnet, Kent McKernon, Stewarts Shops, Wilder’s Sugar Shack, Luzerne Market, 9North Wood Fired Pizza, U.S. Foods, TOPS Friendly Markets, The Hardware Store, Lamplight Inn, Biscuit Bakery and UpRiver Cafe. And, to the very brave vendors who persevered through the windy and cloudy days a HUGE THANK YOU!
Our apologies should we have omitted anyone.