Category Archive: Help Wanted

Cross post from No Monster Power Lines – MIT Reports

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Underground superconducting wire are more cost effective and can be used in cables that carry as much electricity as 10 equivalent copper cables! This A/C transmission technology is already in use in New… Continue reading

Volunteer Member of the Rhinebeck Village Tree Commission Needed

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A person is needed to serve as a volunteer member of the Rhinebeck Village Tree Commission.  The Commission meets once a month, at 7 pm,  on the first Tuesday of the month, at… Continue reading

At the Starr

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COMING UP AT STARR: Seminar: “How to Manage Your Finances in College” Tuesday, August 5th at 6:30pm. Discussion on what expenses you may encounter, understanding how to budget, on campus vs. off campus… Continue reading

No Monster Power Lines – Please join the fight now! Public hearing August 4th!

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HUDSON VALLEY — if we don’t fight the new giant monster power lines being proposed to run from Pleasant Valley to Dover (through the towns of LaGrange and Unionvale) a dangerous precedent will… Continue reading

Riverkeeper’s “How’s the water”

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How clean is the Hudson for swimming? Where are the trouble spots? What are the risks, and how can I learn more? Riverkeeper’s “How’s the Water? 2014” report is out today. Explore the… Continue reading

Come out to the Rhinebeck Town Hall’s Second Repair Cafe Sat. July 26th noon to 4 pm

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Come out to the Rhinebeck Town Hall’s Second Repair Cafe Sat. July 26th noon to 4 pm  80 East Market Street there– bring your “broken but beloved” items to be fixed for free!… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Community Marketplace

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If in town, check out all the yard sales happening in the  Rhinebeck area Info  on our new Facebook page Rhinebeck Community Marketplace https://www.facebook.com/groups/1567416656817578/1613964242162819/?notif_t=group_activity

Rhinebeck Memorial Day Parade

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Memorial Day Parade May 26, 2014 9:15 AM – 12:00 PM Ceremonies will begin at 9:15 A.M. in  Rhinecliff. The American Legion Firing Squad commanded by Dennis McGuire will salute the honored dead… Continue reading

Whale of an Auction – Saturday, May 17th 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

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   Whale of an Auction Benefits Rhinebeck 5th Graders annual whale watching trip to Cape Cod, Mass  Saturday, May 17th 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Chancellor Livingston Elementary School 48 Knollwood Road,  Rhinebeck. RHINEBECK, NY… Continue reading

STOP MINING EXPANSION in RHINEBECK *SUPPORT Re-ZONING

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 *Attend Town Board Meeting Monday, April 28th-6:45pm OR write our Town Supervisor* town.supervisor@rhinebeck-ny.gov. A strong presence is a strong voice opposing Red Wing’s mining expansion and support a proposal with our Town Board to re-draw… Continue reading

Rhinebeck- CLS 5th Grade Whale of an Auction needs your help!

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 Whale of an Auction Benefits Rhinebeck 5th Graders RHINEBECK, NY — Every year the parents of fifth grade students at Chancellor Livingston Elementary School challenge themselves to help preserves a school tradition: the… Continue reading

STOP MINING EXPANSION – WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT

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After battling and losing against our neighbors in Milan, Red Wing Sand & Gravel now has its sights set on Historic Rhinebeck. They are appealing to the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation to… Continue reading

Le Petit Bistro is looking for an experienced individual to join a strong team of professionals

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Le Petit Bistro is looking for an experienced individual to join a strong team of professionals. Job includes taking reservations, seating, drink orders, (wine knowledge preferred) clearing tables, overall general assistance to making… Continue reading

The two food pantries in the Village of Rhinebeck thank the entire Rhinebeck community for its continued and generous support

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 Recently Rhinebeck residents participated in the highly successful Boy Scout Food Drive.  With  their unfailing  energy and enthusiasm, the Scoutsdelivered huge quantities of food to each pantry.  Meanwhile, many local  individuals, retailers and community groups continue to… Continue reading

SUMMER EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY at The Gardens at Rhinebeck

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SUMMER EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY  The Gardens at Rhinebeck Homeowners Association, 50 Gardens Way in Rhinebeck, is seeking a part-time pool attendant for weekends and holidays from Monday,  May 26, 2014 Memorial Day, through to… Continue reading

Register Now for the 2014 Riverkeeper Sweep

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  Volunteers can now register for the 2014 Riverkeeper Sweep, our third annual day of service for the Hudson River estuary. Shoreline cleanups and other projects are planned in every Hudson Valley county… Continue reading

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Employment Opportunities Available in Summer Recreation

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Applications are now being accepted through mid-May for numerous seasonal employment opportunities with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC). The hiring for most of DEC’s seasonal jobs is handled directly… Continue reading

We need volunteers – Repair Cafe at Rhinebeck – Saturday, May 3rd, 2014

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Join Co. Leg. Joel Tyner Weds. Apr. 2nd at 5:30 pm in the basement of Rhinebeck Town Hall at 80 East Market Street there (12572) to help him plan a Repair Cafe at… Continue reading

The Town of Rhinebeck immediate opening for a part-time secretary

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The Town of Rhinebeck has an immediate opening for a part-time secretary to work about 20 hours per week, at $12 per hour, including two evenings a month to cover meetings. There is… Continue reading

CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS AT WILDERSTEIN

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Wilderstein Historic Site CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS AT WILDERSTEIN Are you a history buff? Do you enjoy talking with and listening to people? Wilderstein Historic Site is looking for you! Wilderstein is seeking volunteers… Continue reading

The Road to Growth: Scale Your Business. Up your Game -Thursday, March 27, 2014

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The Women’s Enterprise Development Center, Mid-Hudson Valley (WEDC-MHV), in partnership with the Rhinebeck Area Chamber of Commerce and Re>Think Local will hold a daylong conference on March 27, 2014 at Locust Grove in… Continue reading

Rhinebeck & Dutchess County Residents: SHOW YOUR OPPOSITION TO RED WING’S MINING PROPOSALS

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ATTEND Rhinebeck TOWN BOARD Meeting this Monday, MARCH 10  Thanks for your overwhelming support by signing our petition stating that “Red Wing Properties has proposed a huge mining operation on White Schoolhouse Road… Continue reading

Riverkeeper Sweep 2014

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Have you put your community on the map for  our massive shoreline cleanup on May 10? We have 73 sites already from Coney Island to Albany – but we have gaps to fill.… Continue reading

Town of Rhinebeck Bid Notice fof Lawn Care Contract

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NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Town of Rhinebeck Maintenance Department seeks bids for seasonal lawn care maintenance (including spring clean up) and routine lawn care in order to maintain a park like appearance at… Continue reading

Burger Hill – Rhinebeck & Winnakee Land Trust

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Winnakee Land Trust PO Box 610 Rhinebeck, NY 12572 http://www.winnakeeland.org  (845) 876-4213  info@winnakeeland.org DONATE NOW

Morton’s Food Drive – March 1 – April 30, 2014

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Local food banks are struggling to fill gaps on their shelves.  “We are grateful for sundries and groceries:  shampoo, soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes, peanut butter, jelly, canned meats, coffee, fruit juices, cereal, oatmeal, hearty soups, canned… Continue reading

Job Posting: Executive Assistant for a Project Director

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Part-time (3 days per week), flexible-hours position working in a two-person office in Rhinebeck, New York. The majority of the work is focused on organizing activities for an on-going research project being conducted… Continue reading

Red Hook’s Third Annual Literary Festival slated for April 11-12, 2014

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Read Local Red Hook’s Third Annual Literary Festival slated for April 11-12, 2014 (RED HOOK, NY) – Get ready for a weekend celebration of local talent in literature and the arts during the third… Continue reading

Town of Rhinebeck wanted Zoning Administrator

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Town of Rhinebeck Ads The Town of Rhinebeck needs a Zoning Administrator (Zoning Enforcement Officer) for 12 hours a week @ $26/hour.  Experience preferred.  Ability to understand and enforce complicated land use laws… Continue reading

Missing cat in Rhinebeck Village 12/28/13

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Our cat has been missing since Saturday morning (12/28/13).  She is almost three, mostly black with a little white.  Long hair and really quite a pretty animal.  Her name is Charli and she does have… Continue reading