Category Archive: Help Wanted

Rhinebeck – Stuff the Ambulance – November 22nd and 23rd , 2014

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Come help us stuff the ambulance  November 22nd, and 23rd , 2014 Brought to you by  NDP  EMS and thier employees Stop and Shop on route 9 in Rhinebeck from 9am to 5pm!… Continue reading

The Church of the Messiah – Monthly Food Pantry Update (November 2014)

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We’ve had a busy Fall at the pantry. We provided groceries for approximately 180 local families during the month of October. We averaged five new families every week so our needs seem to… Continue reading

A note from the Rhinebeck Tree Commission.

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The tree Commission is organizing another tree planting this Sat. Nov 8th, 2014  We will meet at 9:00 at the drainage in the Stortini Devopment on Stortini Drive. We usually finish by 12:00… Continue reading

OPEN AUDITIONS – HUDSON VALLEY PLAYWRIGHTS

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Seeking male and female non-union actors ages 20-70+ for staged readings of new 10-minute plays and monologues.   Hudson Valley Playwrights will hold open auditions at the Morton Memorial Library in Rhinecliff on… Continue reading

TREE PLANTING NOVEMBER 8th, 2014

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The Rhinebeck Village Tree Commission is holding a tree planting on Sat., Nov. 8, 9-1 at 45 Stortini Drive (at the retention pond). Volunteers will meet, review tree planting techniques, and then break… Continue reading

Physicist to Discuss Need for Major Power Lines Projects

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Following rave reviews—from the public and press—at a recent presentation in Columbia County, independent research physicist Dr. Gidon Eshel is coming to Dutchess County to showcase his findings that existing power lines can… Continue reading

Dutchess Outreach Annual Coat Drive

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Once again, The Church of the Messiah will be this area’s point of giveaway for the Dutchess Outreach Annual Coat Drive. The coats will be arriving  and The Church of the Messiah will… Continue reading

Crop Hunger Walk

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Crop Hunger Walk Update Please consider participating in the Crop Hunger Walk on Sunday, October 26th to help raise awareness and money to fight hunger both globally and locally. Up to 25% of… Continue reading

FALL FESTIVAL AND FUNDRAISER benefiting the BARD CONSERVATORY PREPARATORY DIVISION

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Sunday, November 2, 2014 from 11 am to 2 pm Bard College Bertelsmann Campus Center – Multi Purpose Room Games and Activities Include: Musical Chairs with Live Music Square Dancing with a Professional… Continue reading

MIRAGE THEATRE COMPANY AUDITION/SCENE STUDY WORKSHOP

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The next workshop for actors will take place on Saturdays, November 1, 8, 15, and 22 in Rhinebeck.   Led by June Prager, Mirage Theatre’s Artistic Director, the Workshop is intended for Hudson Valley… Continue reading

Now we know why we don’t need monster power lines – Reports Enid Futterman of IMBY

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If Governor Cuomo closes Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant, as he promised, and as he should, say on Christmas Eve 2015, the supply of power to New York City will still be greater… Continue reading

An update from the The Sinterklaas Team

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STARS The stars are here! This year’s stars are ready for you. They are beautiful. They are illuminating. They are the icon of the event. Carry yours in the parade. Honor the children… Continue reading

BALLETNEXT at Kaatsbaan

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Excitement is in the air as BalletNext returns to Kaatsbaan on Saturday, October 18, 2014 at 7:30 pm with two new choreographic premiers.  BalletNext, under the artistic direction of Michele Wiles (former Principal… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Area Chamber of Commerce to Host Community Party to Raise Funds for Winter Lights; Event will Feature Music by The Little Creek Band

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Cocktails at Sunset Featuring the Little Creek Band; presented by Rhinebeck Bank and the Rhinebeck Area Chamber of Commerce Thursday October 16, 2014, 6-9pm Belvedere Mansion, 10 Old Route 9, Staatsburgh Reservations: $100… Continue reading

Church of the Messiah Food Pantry Update: Supplies are running low…

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6436 Montgomery St, Rhinebeck, NY 12572 (845) 876-3533 We served a record number of families in need from our community today at the Church of Messiah Food Pantry. Supplies are running low and… Continue reading

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