Greater Roxbury Business Association's Monthly Business Mixer - January 26 at 5:30 PM




Tuesday, January 26 at 5:30 PM

At Roxbury Abbey (the Old Catholic Church, now repurposed into a beautiful art studio)

53266 State Hwy 30, Roxbury, NY   

Greater Roxbury Business Association (GRBA) invites you to its monthly business mixer and networking event Tuesday, Jan. 26 at 5:30 p.m., at Roxbury Abbey (the Old Catholic Church, now repurposed into a beautiful art studio). Sculptor Brian Tolle and his partner Brian Clyne will be hosting the event. Roxbury Abbey has hosted a number of exhibitions with leading contemporary artists, and will continue to do even more so.    

After the great response at the holiday mixer in December, and the efforts to re-build and strengthen the organization, this year the community is invited to explore new areas of development. The program this month includes a presentation and discussion of the new website, the survey evaluation, including the internship program developed by GRBA in partnership with MARK Project, and major events in 2016. Peg Ellsworth, the executive director of MARK Project, will discuss the ins and outs and the opportunities surrounding the Southern Tier’s Upstate Revitalization Initiative award, The Regional Main Street Program, and The Community Kitchen at Kirkside Park.

This is a potluck event: please, bring along a dish to pass. Soft drinks and adult beverages will be provided by the GRBA. The event is free and open to the public. A suggested donation of $10 will help GRBA advance its mission to continue to foster economic development opportunities in Roxbury. For more information, call (845) 254-3103 or email

Greater Roxbury Business Association (GRBA) for the Town of Roxbury, NY is a community / grassroots organization comprised of business owners and self-employed individuals working to increase awareness of existing businesses in the community, and to build a more cohesive and prosperous business environment, to serve the hamlets of Roxbury, Grand Gorge and Denver. The GRBA receives technical assistance from the MARK Project -- a 501 ( c ) (3) not-for-profit community and economic development organization. For more information, visit