Throw Back Thursday – The Stone House

The Stone House – In 1822 Keturah (Dunlap) and Charles Woodward, who originally came from England, built a house one-mile west of the hamlet of Enfield Falls (Stone House Road).  The house was built of stone gathered from the surrounding area, of staunch beams with mortises and tenons firmly held by hand-whittled wooden pegs.  Walls of the […]

Public Hearing Subdivision October 7

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Public Hearing will be held before the Planning Board of the Town of Enfield at the Enfield Community Building, 182 Enfield Main Road, Ithaca, New York, on Wednesday, October 7 at 7:00 p.m., to review the Site Plan Review Application – Subdivision Black Oak Road.

Quilt Raffle

The 2015 Enfield Harvest Festival Quilt is finally finished! It is Queen size. Tickets are 1~$1 or 6~$5. Tickets are available at the Enfield Town Clerk’s Office, 168 Enfield Main Road. All proceeds go to support youth programming in Enfield. Thank you Joann Huddle, Bronwyn Quirk and Beverly Coates for assisting with this project and Debbie Lloyd […]

Throw Back Thursday – Enfield Power Equipment

156 Enfield Main Road Enfield Power Equipment On May 1972,  Enfield Power Equipment opened up on Rt. 327 John and Helen Jackson, selling the John Deere line of snowmobiles, accessories and clothing, mowers, blowers, chain saws, and John Deere toys for kids invites you to stop out and have a look. Beside Power Equipment another […]

Special Town Board Meeting September 30

Special Town Board Meeting for Wednesday, September 30 at 6:30 PM The agenda will consist of: Presenting the Tentative 2016 Budget to the Board Rescinding Local Law #1 for the year 2014 retroactive to November 12, 2014 – – LOCAL LAW #1 FOR THE YEAR 2014 A LOCAL LAW TO OVERRIDE THE TAX LEVY LIMIT ESTABLISHED […]

Throw Back Thursday – 1795 Mecklenburg Road

The old Catskill Turnpike (before 1804), the county’s major east-west road, Rt. 79, crosses Enfield as Mecklenburg Rd. This location, 1795 Mecklenburg Road, according to Warena Ramsey one of the previous owners, was used as a rest stop on the Turnpike for livestock drovers of cattle, horses, and turkeys.  “It was said to be quite […]

Enfield Harvest Festival October 10

The Enfield Community Council’s major fundraising annual event is the Enfield Harvest Festival. This year’s event will be held Saturday, October 10, 2015 from 11:00 am to 3:30 pm at the Enfield Elementary School. We are asking for donations for our Silent Auction and Cake Wheel If you need further information or would like to […]

Throw Back Thursday – Ithaca Farm Equipment

Ithaca Farm Equipment owned and operated by Mervin Schroeder. The main line of equipment sold new was Massey-Ferguson. Schroeder also was a John Deere dealer from 1956 to 1960. In addition to new equipment sales, all types of tractor and machinery repairs were completed. Two long time mechanics were Donald Warren and Charles Searles and […]

Red Cross Blood Drive

American Red Cross Blood Drive at the Enfield Volunteer Fire Company. The 3rd Tuesday of every other month (the odd months: May, July, September, November)1:30 until 6:30 PM.  Walk-ins are welcome . You can call for an appointment by contacting the American Red Cross at 273-1900. Next Blood Drive will be September 15

Throw-Back-Thursday – Enfield Center Post Office

On July 11, 1846 a post office was established at “Enfield Centre” (changed to Enfield Center on November 18, 1893), with Solon P. Sackett as its first postmaster. William Barber became postmaster in 1866 (est.) and was postmaster for 50 years, he died January 1918. The post office was discontinued on April 20, 1918, at […]

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