Silver Barn Farms, a beloved fixture in our community since 1969 is getting a makeover. Workers have built the framework for the new facade that will resemble a real barn. Owner Abe Gabor told us that the structure will look a lot more like a real barn and will really be an upgrade over the existing building. The big question... will the siding of the barn be silver? The answer so far is no, it will be red. So then how can it be called Silver Barn? Abe said that they would probably have silver trim and retain the silver silo. It just wouldn't be the same calling it Red Barn Farms.
Originally published in the September 2011 Juniper Berry Magazine
Silver Barn gets makeover
Juniper Berry staff
Silver Barn remodeling, September 6, 2011.
September 2011 Table of Contents
- Amazing Stories: Tombstone Vandal Caught in Queens
- AMAZING STORIES: Device Stopped Three Bullets Fired at Owner by Jealous Rival
- AMAZING STORIES: Klan at Queens Funeral -25 in Hoods at Burial of Thomas Evans of Jamaica
- AMAZING STORIES: Falls Dead at Mother's Grave As Her Coffin Is Lowered
- Neighborhood History: Quonset Huts at Juniper Park
- NYS Bottle Bill: Deposit & No Return
- Bobbi & the Strays: 1st Annual Charity Dinner Dance Cruise
- In Memoriam
- Business Spotlight: Bel Mondo Restaurant
- Amazing Stories: Rothstein 'Village' To Be Investigated
- Just a thought... Come Out and Play
- BERRY BOOK REVIEWS:
- Killy's Korner Sept/Oct 2011
- Life in Airplane (Asthma) Alley ‒Part One
- How Americans Can Take Back What is Ours
- Juniper Valley Park is 70! Part II
- Interview: FRANK DE BIASE
- The 50 Year Wait is Over
- AMAZING STORIES: Maspeth Woman is Found... Amnesia Victim in Philadelphia Remembers her Name
- Look for the charm... look to the past.
- Amazing Stories: American Pippins Going to London
- Hurricane "Irene" ‒ Killer Storm
- Gay Marriage: A sorry state of affairs in New York State
- The Brown Identity
- Rail Solution? Maybe.
- Letters to the Editor
- Silver Barn gets makeover
- The King who hates Queens
- A Decade Since 09/11/2001‒ America is Changed Forever
- THE BRIGHT LIGHTS FADE
- Amazing Stories:A Pauper's Letters
The Juniper Berry magazine, first published in 1938 is an all-volunteer effort containing articles on crime prevention, neighborhood issues, meeting reports and notices, neighborhood history and photographs, guest articles, editorials and more.
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