Monthly Archive: July, 2007

The Rhinebeck Town Board unanimously adopted a local law to extend a current moratorium during Monday night’s workshop meeting.

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“The big picture is to stop development that would change the character of the town,” said Block earlier this month. “Extending the moratorium will prevent someone from coming in and building 900 units… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Antiques Fair

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Rhinebeck Antiques Fair – Summer Magic on July 28th Location: Dutchess County Fairgrounds, Rhinebeck 10am-5pm. Held entirely indoors, rain or shine. Admission $7.00. Free parking. Extensive food court. On-site delivery service. For more… Continue reading

Campers at Ramapo for Children are learning a thing or two about gardening, and life.

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Founded in 1922, Ramapo for Children is a nationally recognized, not-for-profit organization serving children with special needs.  Ramapo’s mission is to serve children with a wide range of emotional, behavioral and learning disabilities… Continue reading

Northeast Health, Rhinebeck hospital mull retirement community

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Read on… http://www.bizjournals.com/albany/stories/2007/07/23/daily13.html?from_rss=1

RHINEBECK ~ AN AUGUST PLACE TO BE!

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Spiegeltent At Bard from July 6th to August 19th Location: Bard College Imported from Belgium, the Spiegeltent brings a bit of Old World charm, fun, and craftsmanship to SummerScape’s world. This year SummerScape… Continue reading

Mid-Hudson River Valley Balloon Festival

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July 20, 2007 Weekend balloon festival to feature races, games, fireworks  For more info:  http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070720/NEWS01/70720004  

Mad Dash~ September 3, 2007

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LABOR DAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2007 Church of the Messiah – Route 9 – Rhinebeck, New York JUNE GRIGULL MEMORIAL RUN 5K RUN AND WALK– 8:30 AM START 10K RUN– 9:00 AM START “MINI-DASH”… Continue reading

Omega Institute implements a safer way to process waste

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Omega Institute, located in Rhinebeck, NY, is currently celebrating its 30th anniversary. Omega’s vision is to “be a global center for the development of human potential.” Omega’s straightforward approach to self-healing takes on… Continue reading

Loving Beagle Needs A Home

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We are sending out a desperate plea for help.  Macie is an adorable, loving senior beagle with some special needs.  She was found abandoned on the road and has bounced between temporary foster… Continue reading

Newly Proposed Building Moratorium Local Law

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Read the Proposed Local Law Extending and Expanding the Existing Building Moratorium  

Baby it’s Hot Outside!

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TOWN POOL IS OPEN!! FREE SWIM DAILY  10:00 am – 11:00am Until Aug 31st.

More in July

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Bubble Trouble By Jeff Boyer on July 14th Location: The Center for Peforming Arts at Rhinebeck This interactive show teaches kids the science inside bubbles. Find out different ways bubbles can be used… Continue reading

Happy 4th of July – Independence Day!

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Read the Declaration of Independence: http://www.law.indiana.edu/uslawdocs/declaration.html