The Harlem Valley Chamber of Commerce

the Harlem Valley Chamber of Commerce

Welcome to The Harlem Valley Chamber of Commerce

Become a member today! It’s easy. Just click here.

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Click here for our calendar of events!

Welcome to the Harlem Valley in beautiful eastern Dutchess County, and the towns of Amenia, Dover Plains, Millbrook, Millerton, Pine Plains & Stanfordville. Tucked away at the foothills of the Berkshire and Taconic Mountains, and nestled in between the Taconic State Parkway and the Route 22 corridor, the towns of the Harlem Valley are steeped with tradition, business, grand shopping, delicious dining, fine arts, and much more. An easy commute from New York City by car or train — we invite you to come visit us. We’re sure once you do, you will want to come back again and again.

Upcoming Harlem Valley Chamber Meetings & Events

The Harlem Valley Chamber of Commerce invites you to an evening of networking on June 9, 2016, 5:30pm – 7:30pm, at

The Lantern Inn


10 Main Street Wassaic, NY 12592       845-373-8389

Zephyr Teachout, a congressional candidate, will also be there for a meet and greet!

2016.Strawberry Fair Public Flyer 3 for web site

Many thanks to Hilltop Bed & Breakfast for hosting our April Member Meeting and to Concetta Chiarolanza, for her presentation on The Importance of Advanced Directives.


Member Announcements & Events:

Click here for Bank of Salisbury’s 2016 Shred Days!

The Bank of Millbrook is celebrating 20 years of the publication of their “Picturing the Past” calendar. This year’s calendar is is dedicated to the memory of Scott Meyer.  Pick up your 2016 calendar at any branch.

Click here for more information about these and other events on our Member Event Calendar!

A Bit About Our Mission

Founded in 2003, as the Amenia Chamber of Commerce the The Harlem Valley Chamber of Commerce is a non-partisan organization that seeks to promote and advance the business interests of its members in the area and beyond. Together the towns and the Harlem Valley Chamber of Commerce have nurtured a diversified business community focused on energy, tourism, agriculture, manufacturing, retail and the arts.