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Charlotte joined the team at the Spa in 2021. She is originally from Aurora; her career as a make-up artist and aesthetician has brought her all around the country, and after living elsewhere for many years, she’s returning to the village. We spoke to her about the exceptional make-up and beauty treatments that she’ll be providing to spa guests, as well as her connection to the area.
Jasmine Crowe's pottery—and, indeed, her artistic career—could be described as a study in simplicity. The same gentle touch that turns a spinning lump of clay into a beautiful bowl seems to have guided her to exactly where she is now: opening a new studio, running her own business, raising two children, living on a farm in upstate New York, and selling a special line of ceramic products through the Spa at the Inns of Aurora.
Murder Mystery Dinner
It’s 1987, and the graduating class of the prestigious Gladstone Preparatory Academy have gathered to celebrate their senior prom.
The winter months are traditionally a time of renewal, but the holidays can leave us depleted. Stay strong all season with these five Ayurvedic remedies.
Congratulations! Once you’ve gotten engaged, it’s time to figure out how to plan a wedding. We’re here to help you every step of the way.
The Zabriskie House project exemplifies our commitment to green remodeling, using state-of-the-art technology to give new life to a 115-year old building.
Every staircase has its own rhythm and melody. Some staircases march; some float; some amble along, and some climb energetically. Like a song, a staircase is greater than the sum of its parts, each of which have to be well-produced and joined harmoniously together.
Louise Zabriskie wanted to bring her sons home. It was the beginning of a new century and a tumultuous time in American history. In 1901, at 65 years old, Louise had just gone through the second of two presidential assassinations in her lifetime. Lincoln’s murder after the nightmare of the Civil War had been horrible enough; now, President McKinley had been shot in Buffalo, New York—only two days by stagecoach from Louise’s home in Aurora, practically in her own backyard.