Rhinebeck Repair Cafe XIII Sat. July 30th noon to 4 pm– get your “beloved but broken” stuff fixed for free

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Thanks tons to Rhinebeck’s own Franc Palaia for creation of sign above– in pic from left to right are repair coaches extraordinaire Sarah Stevens, Vallerie Legeay, Barbara Eichin, Barry Sherrod, Vince Murray, Rafael… Continue reading

Museum of Rhinebeck History presents an Old School Game Night!

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Historically, people held card parties as a social event and had daily bridge groups.  The Museum of Rhinebeck History is reviving this tradition with our Olde School Game Night.  Join us for an… Continue reading

Festival of Fine Italian Cars and Food

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LABOR DAY WEEKEND SEPTEMBER 3-4, 2016 | 11AM-5PM | 27 OPEN STUDIOS | FREE EVENT

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The 9th annual Art Studio Views is a free, self-guided tour designed to promote the artwork and talents of local artists in Northern Dutchess & Southern Columbia counties, along the Route 9 & 9G corridor. Twenty-seven artists from… Continue reading

Beyond Bricks Red Hook Public Library hosts Lego Camp

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  (RED HOOK, NY) – It’s not just Legos, its engineering! Students entering grades 5-9 are invited to join Lego Camp, starting at 10 a.m. Monday, July 25, through Friday, July 29, at… Continue reading

THE CHEF AND FARMER BRUNCH CHALLENGE

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MILLERTON, NY, July 15 – On Sunday, July 31st The North East Community Center’s 6th annual Chef and Farmer Brunch Challenge will feature a friendly and fun competition between Chefs from the TriCorner region.… Continue reading

Sheriff’s Office Warns of Kidnapping Scam

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Sheriff’s Office Warns of Kidnapping Scam The Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office would like to warn the residents of Dutchess County and surrounding areas about a certain type phone scam, known as the kidnapping… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Soccer League

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Did you know you can now sponsor a soccer player – Travel or Recreation? Every year we give financial scholarships to local families so they can play the beautiful game with us. YOU… Continue reading

Morton and Avery Present: DJ Dance Party – July 23, 2016

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Northern Dutchess Hospital’s rehabilitation unit earns accreditation

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    Rhinebeck – Northern Dutchess Hospital’s Paul Rosenthal Rehabilitation Center recently achieved a three-year accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.   CARF is an independent nonprofit that provides a… Continue reading

At the Rhinebeck Jewish Center

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Family Fun Day at The Brookmeade Community! “Three Cheers for the RED, WHITE and BLUE”……

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Join us for our All-American Family Fun Day & BBQ Sunday, August 21, 2016 Baptist Home Gazebo 12pm to 4pm Elite Martial Arts Show Two by Two Zoo Animals Prizes & Games! Join… Continue reading

Prince Tribute Dance Party Hosted by Morton and Avery Gilbert Saturday, July 23 @ 8:00

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What goes better with “library” than “dance party”? Yes, you read that:  A dance party at Morton! Jāmin Gilbert of MiXi.fm — who began his DJ training at age 12 on Luscious Jackson’s turntables … Continue reading

Museum of Rhinebeck History’s Open  a Box of History

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On Saturday July 16th at 1:30 PM the Museum of Rhinebeck History is giving you the opportunity to “Open a Box of History.”     The majority of Museum collections are hidden away, out of… Continue reading

Now, through September 11, 2016 “The Long View – 19 Years, 19 Artists”

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Rhinebeck – Albert Shahinian Fine Art A lovely retrospective celebrating the gallery’s past 139 exhibits & exhibiting artists Including new work by Eline Barclay, painting  – Todd Germann, mixed media  Christie Scheele, painting     Polly Law, bricollage  – Jorge… Continue reading

Anchors Away Opening Reception and meet artist Claudia Engel.

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Coast Guard plans to resume barge anchoring near Rhinecliff

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Originally posted on Rhinebeck Community Forum:
? The Coast Guard is planning to add ten locations where commercial vessels can drop anchor on the Hudson River, and three of them are right here in…

Coast Guard plans to resume barge anchoring near Rhinecliff

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  The Coast Guard is planning to add ten locations where commercial vessels can drop anchor on the Hudson River, and three of them are right here in the Rhinecliff area. As reported in lohud.com,… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Now showing at Samuel’s…

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 Balloon Fest  Carrick Photography Longtime Hudson Valley resident and Rhinebeck Community Forum editor, Maggie Salamone is happy to present a sampling of her photography at Samuel’s of Rhinebeck.   Maggie finds beauty in the… Continue reading

Kaatsbaan International Dance Center Position Available

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  Residence Coordinator/Site Associate Kaatsbaan seeks a responsible, professionally minded individual for full time employment (40 hours/week) as Residence Coordinator/ Site Associate.  Hours need to be flexible with the seasonable changes and will… Continue reading

RHINEBECK BLOOD DRIVE JULY 9th, 2016

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Yes folks– walk-in’s very much welcome for this– but if you can please call (800) RED-CROSS or go to http://www.RedCrossBlood.org/ to schedule your appointment (or call me at 845-464-2245 or email joeltyner@earthlink.net!)… Event… Continue reading

LABOR DAY WEEKEND SEPTEMBER 3-4, 2016 | 11AM-5PM | 27 OPEN STUDIOS | FREE EVENT

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The 9th annual Art Studio Views is a free, self-guided tour designed to promote the artwork and talents of local artists in Northern Dutchess & Southern Columbia counties, along the Route 9 & 9G corridor. Twenty-seven artists from… Continue reading

Summer is Here! Register Today for HVWP’s Youth Writing Programs!

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Join a community of writers! The Hudson Valley Writing Project offers children and teens unique summer learning experiences at an array of cultural and historic sites, nature preserves, and college campuses. AGES 7 TO… Continue reading

Starr Library in July

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Short Story Walk & Talk Exercise the body and the brain!  Mondays in July 9am  at Rhinebeck High School track As we walk we’ll discuss a short story we’ve all read. Bring some water to hydrate… Continue reading

July workshops, field experiences, tours  Hudson Valley educators & public invited to celebrate NPS centennial 

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Hyde Park, NY – Teachers and the public are invited to discover new and innovative ways to engage children and young people in our region’s significant places at Teaching the Hudson Valley’s annual… Continue reading

Glynwood Food + Farm Day!

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Celebrate the Hudson Valley’s regional food system! Glynwood’s Food + Farm Day is a family-friendly event that includes tours of a working farm, hands-on demonstrations, tastings of local products, hay rides, live music,… Continue reading

Tivoli Free Library Events

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Tuesday, July 5th 2:00pm-3:00pm – Sneaky Art – Kids! Join us every Tuesday this summer and make some SNEAKY ART with us! What is sneaky art? Sneaky art is when you make TERRIFIC… Continue reading

The Moviehouse Studio Gallery Summer Exhibition 2016

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TWENTY FIVE YEARS ON: The Work of John D. Greene July 23 – October 19, 2016 Opening Reception: Saturday, July 23, 4:30 – 6:30 pm 5:00 pm: Artist Talk: John Greene ‘in conversation’ with Alexander… Continue reading

OBLONG BOOKS CELEBRATES FIVE YEARS OF “FIND WALDO LOCAL!” THIS JULY RHINEBECK & MILLERTON!

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  Friday, July 1st marks the beginning of what has become a summer institution in Millerton & Rhinebeck. Oblong Books & Music will hold its 5th annual FIND WALDO LOCAL! scavenger hunt in… Continue reading

Celebrate Summer at Wilderstein

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Cocktails and light refreshments! Live music by Helena Baillie! House tours, silent auction and fun! Celebrating the restoration of the Wilderstein Potting Shed in honor of Martha & Frank Reardon    THIS SATURDAY, JULY… Continue reading