Rhinebeck in Novemeber


Saturday Morning Family Series

November  3rd

Michael’s Surprise Show with Michael Wolski. Unpredictable and inspiring journey into the world of puppets. Michael shares his secrets of creation with his audience, inviting them to explore the world around the them with eyes and hands of a puppeteer.

November 10th

Grace the Irish Pirate by Kits Kaboodle Interactive Theater. Pirate adventure where the audience participates and is woven into the story.

November 17th

“Rumpelstiltskin” by Kids on Stage. Classic story comes to life with young performers, directed by Lisa Lynds.

November 24th

Carlo DeBlasio’s Master of Mystery Magic Show. Acclaimed performer returns for his annual Thanksgiving Weekend family show filled with entertaining magic, illusion and comedy.

661 Route 308

Rhinebeck, NY

Phone: 845-876-3080



Rhinebeck Farmer’s Market

Open until November 18th
Municipal Parking Lot, East Market St.
The Hudson Valley’s Premier Farmers’ Market Featuring the Best & Freshest Locally Grown Produce as well as Meats, Cheeses, Bread, Wine, Flowers, Honey and much much more. Special Events and Free Live Music all Season Long. Every Sunday 10am-2pm Rain or Shine. Mother’s Day – Thanksgiving. 

Camera Vision 

October 1st – November 11th
Montgomery Row Gallery
“Camera Vision” Photographs by Maureen Gates At Montgomery Row second level 6423 Montgomery St Rhinebeck, New York 12572 A collection of fine art images capturing the natural beauty of our world as seen through the eyes of the artist. Artist Reception: October 12, 2007 5:30-7:30 pm   All are Welcome
Maureen Gates 845-876-3887 


Cat On A Hot Tin Roof

October 26th – November 4th
The Center for Peforming Arts at Rhinebeck
Fridays, Saturdays 8PM Sundays 3PM Tickets $20 adults, $18 children & seniors.  UP IN ONE Productions brings you Tennessee Williams’ blistering drama, directed by Lou Trapani and produced by Diana di Grandi. 
(845) 876-3080 –   www.centerforperformingarts.org

6th Annual Book Angel Project

November 1st  – December 19th 
Oblong Books & Music, 6422 Montgomery St Rhinebeck
Become a Book Angel! Choose an “angel” from the Book Angel Tree and purchae a book for an area child in need or a child who may not receive a book for the holiday season. 
845-876-6670 –  www.montgomeryrow.com

Ez Entertaining: Japanese Tapas

November 1st 

Fleisher’s Organic & Grass-Fed Meats 
Jessica Applestone, 7:30-9pm, $35 –  Jessica Applestone learned to prepare quick and delicious finger foods found in izakayas or pubs during her three-year stint in Japan. Now you can create quick and easy chicken yakitori and miso-glazedbeef in lettuce cups. Accompanied by Japanese beer and sake. 876-7507  –  www.fleishers.com

N.D.H. Mothers’ Club Fashion Show 

November 2nd
Terrapin at Dinsmore
A fun evening filled with local Fashion, boutique shopping and silent auction. The night also includes a cocktail hour, sit down dinner, goodie bags, and fun for men and women! Ticket Price is $60.00 per person.

Contact Number 845-871-3501.

Mannes College Orchestra – Free Concert

November 3rd 
Fisher Center, Bard College
8pm. Bard Conservatory presents conductor David Hayes and the Mannes College Orchestra performing Bruckner’s Symphony No. 9 in D Minor. 
845-758-7196  www.fishercenter.bard.edu

Doll Show Dar 

November 3rd 
Rhinebeck Town Hall , 80 Market Street
1-4pm. Vintage and collectible doll show and 2 speakers. Admission: $8.00.  845-876-2436 

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Holiday Tastings

November 4th
Fleishers, 45 East Market St., Rhinebeck
3-4pm. Samples of Fleisher’s delicious prepared holiday meals, wines that are turkey-friendly, plus demos on turkey trussing and carving and creating the perfect cheese plate. 

Christmas Volunteer Training At Staatsburgh  November 4th 
Staatsburgh State Historic Site, Rhinebeck
2-4pm. For volunteers interested in helping in December. Refreshments. Please RSVP. 

I Love My Wife 

November 9th –  November 18th 

The Center for Performing Arts, Rhinebeck
I LOVE MY WIFE, Tony Award-winning Broadway musical comedy with book by Michael Stewart and the toe-tapping music of Cy Coleman (Sweet Charity, Will Rogers’ Follies, Barnum) takes a humorous look romance, love and marriage. UP IN ONE Productions. Center for Performing Arts, Rte. 308, Rhinebeck, NY. November 9 – 18. Fridays & Saturdays 8 PM; Sundays 3 PM. Tickets $22 adults, $20 seniors. Box office:   845 876 3080   www.centerforperformingarts.org   

Ariel String Quartet 

November 18th
Location: Church of the Messiah, Route 9, Rhinebeck
8pm. Rhinebeck Chamber Music Society presents a program with Haydn, Brahms, Bartok. Tickets: $25; students $5; children under 13 free.  876-6122

5th Annual Shop, Dine And Indulge

November 19th  –  December 24th

Montgomery Row, Rhinebeck
Receive Montgomery Row gift certificates valued at $5 for each $75 purchase at over 15 Montgomery Row businesses. 
845-876-6670  – www.montgomeryrow.com

A Gilded Age Christmas 

November 23rd to December 31st
Staatsburgh State Historic Site, Rhinebeck
Open Daily, Noon-5pm. (Mondays and Tuesdays reserved for school tours and group tours). Closed Dec. 25. Elaborate turn-of-the-century holiday decorations, flower arrangements, Christmas trees festooned with Edwardian-style ornaments, and spectacular Dining Room decorations based on historic themes. Admission fee. 
845-889-8851  – www.staatsburgh.org

Cut Your Own Christmas Tree 

November 23rd to December 17th 
F.W. Battenfeld & Son, Rt. 199, Red Hook
Open Everyday. Wreaths up to 6′ wide and garland available. Special events on weekends with horse-drawn carriages, Santa, bagpipers and more! Check website for official closing date. 
845-758-8018  –  www.anemones.com

Cut Your Own Christmas Tree

November 23rd to December 23rd 
Wonderland Farms, 191 White Schoolhouse Road
Open Friday through Sunday. 
845-876-6760  – www.wonderlandfarm.com

Victorian Holiday House Tours

 November 23rd to December 23rd 

Wilderstein Historic Site, 330 Morton Road
November 23, 24 & 25 and December 1 & 2, 8 & 9, 15 & 16, 22 & 23. 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Seasonal decorations by well-known Hudson Valley and New York City florists, artists, and designers. An annual tradition for over 20 years. $10 adults, $9 seniors/students, children under 12 are free.
845-876-4818  –  www.wilderstein.org

Magic Palooza – Celebrating Acts Of Magic, Mystery November 24th  –

The Center for Peforming Arts at Rhinebeck  Featuring the off-beat creative genius of Derrin Berger; the magic and comedy of Carlo DeBlasio with special guest: Gulamerian – Classic Magic with a Modern Touch. Saturday at 8 pm. Tickets: $18 adults; $16 seniors & children.  661 Route 308, Rhinebeck. 

 (845) 876-3080 www.centerforperformingarts.org 

Rags, Blues, And All That Jazz!

November 25th

The Center for Peforming Arts at Rhinebeck
Peter Muir returns with the Diamond Jubilators Jazz Band and a fantastical musical journey through ragtime, blues, and jazz piano. Join us for this post-Thanksgiving treat – a show perfect for the whole family! Sunday at 3 pm. Tickets: $18 adults; $16 seniors & children.
(845) 876-3080  –  www.centerforperformingarts.org

The Living NativityNovember 30th – December 1st
Rhinebeck Reformed Church, Corner of Mill & South Both nights at 6:30pm & 7pm. Refreshments served afterwards.  For more information: 845-876-3727

A Christmas Carol November 30th – December 23rd
The Center for Peforming Arts at Rhinebeck  CENTERstage Productions presents its original adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic tale, with book by Lou Trapani and seasonal songs arranged by Barbara Rankin. God bless us, everyone! Fridays, Saturdays 7 pm (please note early curtain time) Sundays 3 pm. Tickets $20 adults; $18 seniors & children   (845) 876-3080