Livingston Manor Renaissance has been in existence since 2001 when Sullivan Renaissance was formed. Over the years, many, many people have volunteered and worked hard to create a more beautiful and welcoming community. Our current group builds on the achievements of all those individuals - ranging from young children to senior citizens. Some of the projects taken on over the years include new sidewalks and street lamps, history panels and kiosks, native plant gardens, cherry trees, hanging baskets, planters and garden beds.
We have a core group of ten volunteers. On Clean Sweep and Planting Day we are joined by many school and community volunteers. Throughout the summer there are weekly work bees and we are often joined by others who can donate
an hour or two of their time.
Every year volunteers put in between 750 to 1000 hours maintaining the gardens in Livingston Manor.
“Renaissance Fever” has truly taken hold in Livingston Manor and we are gratified with how the community continues to join with us in our
Scarecrows, Snowmen and Fish
In the fall, scarecrows made by local business owners “hang out”
at the fence. In winter, shutters featuring snowmen celebrating
various holidays decorate the fence, and in spring, trout swim
"down-fence" on their way to the Willowemoc.
Many thanks to LMCS art teacher Jessica Mall and her talented
students for creating the snowmen shutters. Over the years
Mrs. Mall and her students have taken on a number of projects;
all in support of their community.