Where to buy face masks locally

What a difference a few weeks make. We went from being told face masks were ineffective (but needed for medical workers), to masks being possibly effective but only if you know how to wear them properly, to face masks being required in any public space statewide where social distancing isn’t possible (such as grocery stores and pharmacies).

We’ve previously featured local residents making masks for essential workers. Now that they’re required for everyone, we thought it would be a good idea to list local places and sources where they can be purchased. Please let us know in the form below or in the comments if you know of any individual, group or business selling face masks and we’ll include them in a list on this page.


Note: We’ll include addresses because some places may be open for in-person transactions, but it’s  good idea to check their websites first. 

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P&T Surplus
198 Abeel St., Kingston

 

 

T-SOURCE
180 South St. Suite F, Highland

 

Juda Leah
315 Warren Street 2nd Fl.  Hudson

 

Teller Hill of the Hudson Valley

 

Kenny Diaz
New Paltz
Instagram and Facebook @kennysmasks or by phone (845)240-0039 also email Kennysmasks@gmail.com

 

Double A Groceries
3 Main St Highland, NY 12528

 

Brianna Dunham
Della’s Crafty Customs
Accord

 

Bohemian Farm Girl
Ulster County

 

Anna Wise
Email: anna.wise1994@gmail.com

 

Extreme Signs & Apparel
Lake Carmel
Facebook

 

Lilac Hill Designs
Kingston

 

 

Lisa Ven Vertloh
UpstateThreads.etsy.com
Highland

 

JPS Designs
Call 845-240-3261 or message on Facebook
Poughkeepsie

 

Mixture
Newburgh

 

Kingston Alteration Center
 20 Thomas Street, Kingston
Facebook or call 331-9490

 

Milton Hardware and Building Supply
Facebook or (845) 795-3072

 

Sarah Omura of So Handmade
Woodstock

 

Fig Leaves Pads
Kingston

 

HappyLife Productions

PO Box 687
Woodstock NY 12498
845-679-6689
Store is at 54C Tinker St in the Old Forge Building

 

Found My Animal
Kingston

 


Know someone or someplace selling face masks? Let us know

There are 3 comments

  1. Christina Knisley

    Thank you HV1 for listing me as a resource! I offer “pay what you can” pricing on cloth masks because so many of us have lost our jobs due to the virus. There are 3 options: $5, $10, or $15. The community has really come together to make sure everyone has what they need and I am so proud to live in the Hudson Valley!
    –Bohemian Farmgirl

  2. Samuel

    Teddy take Hv1 down you have everything locked. Why publish anything, did you ever hear of freedom of the press.

    1. Brett Kozinn

      I don’t think “freedom of the press” means what you think it means. Journalism isn’t free, people have to be paid. Do you really not understand that?

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