ANDERSON CENTER FOR AUTISM AND MARIST COLLEGE VALIDATE TOOL TO MEASURE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR PEOPLE WITH AUTISM

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Initiative validates the San Martín and Kids Life Scales, which originated in Spain, to assess the quality of life for people with autism in the United States who present with severe communication challenges.… Continue reading

Sinterklaas RBK Is Back!

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Friday, October 25 –7:00 pm -AT THE MORTON LIBRARY- Michael Frazier, Ellerslie

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Michael Frazier will talk about the property south of Rhinecliff known as Ellerslie. Commanding one of the area’s best views of the Hudson River and part of Rhinebeck’s earliest land transaction in 1686,… Continue reading

Early Voting Sites

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Thriving in Rhinebeck

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AUTUMN OPEN HOUSE AT THE MUSEUM OF RHINEBECK HISTORY

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Join us for the afternoon at the Museum to see our final showing of our exhibit on World War I and the spectacular autumn foliage. Check our our exhibit on the Women of… Continue reading

Notice from Public Works Effective today Oct 15 – Village of Rhinebeck Informational Notice

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PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: Per Superintendent of Public Works John Fenton, Crystal Lake water level will be dropped for approximately one week (starting today 10-15-2019) for the installation of a Fire Dept Dry Hydrant.… Continue reading

FROM THE TOWN OF RHINEBECK REC DESK:

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GET IN SHAPE FOR THE HOLIDAYS! With the holidays just around the corner, now’s the time to register for fall sports and fitness programs. You’ll be glad you did by the time the… Continue reading

Northern Dutchess Symphony Orchestra Opens New Season with Beethoven’s Fifth

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RHINEBECK, NY – The Northern Dutchess Symphony Orchestra opens their 14th season with a concert of favorite works by Mozart and Beethoven. The program will include Mozart’s The Overture to the Magic Flute… Continue reading

RUGE’S AUTOMOTIVE ANNOUNCES FUNDRAISING SUCCESS OF FAMILIES FOR ASTOR AUCTION

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Rhinebeck, New York….Ruge’s Automotive today announced that fundraising for Families for Astor which took place there during Rhinebeck’s Porchfest event has resulted in total proceeds of over $4,000. The funds were secured through… Continue reading

Tradition at Red Hook Ribbon Cutting to Include Tours of New Construction Homes on October 10th

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Red Hook, New York//Hudson Valley, New York…….Tradition at Red Hook announced today details of a Ribbon Cutting Event for its 102-home village-style neighborhood located at 25 Old Farm Road in Red Hook, New… Continue reading

Community Family Fitness Boot Camp presented by the Town of Rhinebeck

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This program is offered to ALL students [boys and girls] in grades 4-12 AND their parents/guardians.  It consists of a mixture of circuit training that includes Tabata training, full body isometric strength building, flexibility,… Continue reading

Latest Rhinebeck Historical Society Video

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Hi Everyone, For those of you who missed it, Ron Gabriel gave a wonderful talk last Friday night on the History of War Dogs – The K-9 Corps. Thanks to Paul Niedercorn for filming it.… Continue reading

Broadway Vocalists to Perform at DCC

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Erin Stewart and David DeWitt, who sung in the Broadway National Tour of “Phantom of the Opera,” will perform in Dutchess Community College’s Black Box Theatre in Dutchess Hall Oct. 7 at 8 p.m.… Continue reading

Homemade Spaghetti Dinner

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Hosted by Boy Scout Troop 228 Saturday, October 26, 2019 5:00pm Good Shepherd Church / Father Brogan Center 3 Mulberry Street, Rhinebeck, NY 12572 Suggested donation: $10 / adults $5 / children (12… Continue reading

Mayor’s Message for October 2019

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Cooler weather, leaves starting to change, Halloween decorations appearing, and the Village of Rhinebeck leaf truck hits the road…. October is here! A reminder to keep brush and leaf piles separate when you… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Sustainability Activities Hit the Streets

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Rhinebeck, NY, September 17, 2019 —We know the actions that need to be taken to stop climate change. But getting them out there, circulating amongst the public and changing people’s habits, and making it… Continue reading

National DEA TakeBack Day

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The Village of Rhinebeck Police department is a location for the National DEA TakeBack Day on October 26, 2019 from 10AM-2PM. The Police are located on Center Street next to the Village Hall.

Vet Insights: “My Dog Is Itchy!”

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“My Dog Is Itchy!” By Dr. Julianne Porter “My dog is shaking his head, licking his paws, chewing his hind end, scratching all over, etc.“ The most common complaint at the vet’s office tends… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Village PORCHFEST STREET CLOSURE NOTICE

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Please be advised for safety reasons the following road closures will be in effect on Saturday September 28, 2019 from 10:30AM to approximately 6:30PM: Mulberry Street – from East Market Street to Platt Avenue – Chestnut… Continue reading

Unpredictable Weather Does Not Thwart The Community Spirit In Rhinecliff

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UNPREDICTABLE WEATHER DOES NOT THWART THE COMMUNITY SPIRIT IN RHINECLIFF RHINECLIFF: The Rhinecliff Volunteer Fire Co. & Rescue Squad held its Ninth Annual Field Day, Chili Cook-Off and Pie Contest on Saturday Sept.14… Continue reading

Short-term Vacation Rental Legislation Approved

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The Village Board of Rhinebeck has approved new legislation regarding short term rentals in the Village. The vote on September 10th came after two years of discussion and debate in committees, workshops and… Continue reading

Rhinecliff Fire Company’s Community Chili Cook-Off and Pie-Baking Contest

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Saturday, September 14, 2019 (Rain Date: 9/15/19) 3pm – 7pm Beginning at 3pm ~ GAMES and prizes for the kids! At 4:45pm ~ THE NINTH ANNUAL CHILI COOK-OFF! Bring a hot pot of Chili for a chance… Continue reading

Sinterklaas – LOVE IT OR SWAP IT EVENT

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Come join us for the 10th “Love It or Swap It” Women’s Clothing Swap and Sale to benefit Sinterklaas.  It will be held on Sunday, October 27 from 12 noon – 4 pm, at the Fellowship Hall of the Rhinebeck… Continue reading

NSDAR Meeting with Speaker The Honorable William Sanchez

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Monday, September 9, 7pm, Chancellor Livingston Chapter NSDAR Monthly Meeting. Starr Library Local History Room. Speaker: The Honorable William Sanchez, Rhinebeck Village and Town Justice. “The Role of a Local Judge “. Come… Continue reading

PORCHFEST SET TO RETURN TO VILLAGE OF RHINEBECK ON SEPTEMBER 28th

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Rhinebeck, New York….The Porchfest planning committee today announced that over 100 musicians are expected to perform on historic village of Rhinebeck porches on Chestnut St., Livingston St., and Platt Avenue on Saturday, September… Continue reading

An Evening of Gilded Age Trivia

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“Excitement is building for an Evening of Gilded Age Trivia on September 14th, 2019. Get ready for the premiere of the new Downton Abbey movie. Answer trivia questions about the series, the Gilded Age… Continue reading

Rhinebeck: Mayor’s Message September 2019

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Mayor’s Message September 2019 I want to wish every one of our young people a wonderful, productive, and safe school year. Now that schools are back in session, we are encouraging motorists to… Continue reading

Last call for a one-of-a-kind dining experience

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Three great New York City restaurants… Chef Matt Hoyle Chef Markus Glocker Chef Stephane Motir …four Hudson Valley favorites… Chef David Amorelli Chef Brian Kaywork Chef Glenn Vogt Chef Walter Hinds …one amazing… Continue reading

Dutchess County Participating in Statewide STOP-DWI Labor Day Crackdown Enforcement Effort

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Impaired driving crackdown runs through September 2nd Poughkeepsie … Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro has announced Dutchess County police agencies are participating in a special enforcement effort to crackdown on impaired driving this Labor… Continue reading