Monthly Archive: October, 2009

If you’re looking – Flu shot locator 2009

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Flu Shot Locator Seasonal flu vaccine is widely available. H1N1 vaccine is being shipped now. http://www.flu.gov/index.html

SINTERKLAAS COMMUNITY MEETING- November 5th at 7:00pm

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Are you EXCITED?!?!?   We are too!   Please Join Us!! Sinterklaas at the Farmers Market November 1st! Join us at the Rhinebeck Farmers Market on Sunday, November 1, 10:00 to 2:00, to learn more… Continue reading

Women trust Gamble’s fashion tastes

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RHINEBECK – Darryl Gamble is on a mission. “I always want women to look pretty,” he said. As owner of Darryl’s, a contemporary boutique in Rhinebeck and New York City, Gamble is doing… Continue reading

Peter Yarrow to give free concert, sign new book at Oblong in Rhinebeck

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Peter Yarrow, one-third of the famous folk trio Peter, Paul & Mary, will give a free concert at Oblong Books & Music Dec. 5, followed by a booksigning for his new book Read… Continue reading

Unyielding in His Innocence, Now a Free Man

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“I could never admit to something I didn’t do,” said Mr. Bozella, 18 at the time of the crime, 50 now. “I realized that if I was going to die in prison because… Continue reading

Rhinebeck planners to meet on Tuesday-November 3rd

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Rhinebeck planners to meet on Tuesday RHINEBECK — The village Planning Board will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Village Municipal Hall, 76 E. Market St. On the agenda: • Le’s Nails… Continue reading

THE MID HUDSON ANTI-SLAVERY HISTORY PROJECT October 31st 2009

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Community lecture THE MID HUDSON ANTI-SLAVERY HISTORY PROJECT Saturday, October 31, 2009 Parish Hall 4 p.m. Church of the Messiah, 6432 Montgomery Street, Rhinebeck, NY 845-876-3533 THE MID HUDSON ANTI-SLAVERY HISTORY PROJECT Margaret… Continue reading

Candidate questionnaires: 4 seek 2 council seats in Rhinebeck

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Read On: http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2009910300317

Rhinebeck school trustees hope to stop mid-year aid cut

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RHINEBECK — School trustees Tuesday looked for ways to put pressure on state lawmakers to keep from losing $227,329 in aid under Gov. David Paterson’s proposal to close the state budget gap.  The… Continue reading

Rhinebeck in November 2009

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Beauty. Mystery. Nature Transformed October 16th to November 10th Hammertown Gallery, Rhinebeck Each of the artists in “Beauty. Mystery. Nature Transformed” at the Hammertown Rhinebeck Gallery seek to preserve, translate and expand our… Continue reading

Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation Honors Teacher/Coach Mike Piccione

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 High school hero, Mike Piccione, was honored at the 2009 Genesis Awards Reception hosted by the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation, on October 15 at Hyde Park in Pittsburgh. Mike, a physical education teacher… Continue reading

Minivan ends up in stream

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RHINEBECK – A Hyde Park man found himself in the creek Sunday, when the brakes on his minivan gave out as he was pulling into the Lion’s Club Mini Park. Authorities said Peter… Continue reading

CPR training helps teen save grandfather’s life

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STAATSBURG – When Daniel Beahan took a CPR class at school, he didn’t know he would use the skills a year later to save his grandfather’s life. Daniel was certified in CPR by… Continue reading

Tuesday, October 27th- Rhinebeck Town Halll – Your Vote Will Not Count

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I have been invited to speak at Rhinebeck’s Town Hall, this Tuesday night, October 27th, 5:30  80 East Market Street. I will be discussing where we’re at in our efforts to stop voting from becoming a “useless formality.”… Continue reading

The Yes Men: Fixing the world, one gigantic prank at a time

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“Yes Men Fix the World,” continues its run at Upstate Films on Route 9 in Rhinebeck Saturday at 4:30 and 9:30 p.m.; Sunday at 3:30 and 8:30 p.m.; Monday and Tuesday at 6… Continue reading

100 in Rhinebeck walk, bike to school for a cause

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A rainy morning did not stop students and families from Chancellor Livingston Elementary school in Rhinebeck from participating in the International Walk and Bike to School Day on Oct. 7. More than 100… Continue reading

Halloween Party at the Rhinecliff Firehouse – Oct 30

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Rhinecliff Fire Co Annual Halloween Party Planned Friday, October 30, 2009 The event will be on Friday, October 30, from 6 – 8pm at the Rhinecliff Firehouse on the corner of Shatzell and… Continue reading

Steinhaus honors HEART Safe Communities

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Dutchess County Executive William Steinhaus has honored 17 municipal and community organizations by designating them as HEART Safe Communities that make sure employees are trained in CPR and use Automated External Defibrillators, a… Continue reading

Mandatory flu shot order rescinded

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Health Commissioner Richard Daines’ earlier order that health care workers receive the H1N1 vaccine brought protests from workers who claimed it was unfair to force them to put a substance into their body.… Continue reading

Ghostly discussion at Olana

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WHAT: Ghostly discussion and moonlit walk WHEN: Saturday and Sunday at 6 p.m. WHERE: Olana State Historic Site, 5720 Route 9G, Hudson DETAILS: Olana will host a ghostly discussion and moonlit walk through… Continue reading

Tyner to host forum in Rhinebeck

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RHINEBECK — Dutchess County Legislator Joel Tyner, D-Clinton, will host a constituents’ forum at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct 27th in the Rhinebeck Town Hall, 80 E. Market St. Tyner will make a presentation about… Continue reading

Environmental rally will feature Seeger

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Folk singer and activist Pete Seeger will be the guest speaker and performer Saturday at the second annual 350.org Rally for a Green New Deal. The event will begin at noon at the… Continue reading

Citizens Recognition Award.

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RHINEBECK ROTARY PRESENTS PETER GRIM WITH PRESTIGIOUS “CITIZENS RECOGNITION AWARD” As part of its work to develop and implement service projects both locally and throughout the world, the Rhinebeck Rotary also recognizes an… Continue reading

Town of Rhinebeck Curfew- Halloween Oct 31st 2009

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Town of Rhinebeck: 8 p.m. for children under 10; 11 p.m. for ages 10 to 18. (The curfew does not apply to the village of Rhinebeck.) Daily Freeman We’re not sure why the… Continue reading

Join the Laughter Club!

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Hilarity brings clarity Join the Laughter Club! With Liz Walkden Morfea, Joyologist, Certified Laughter Yoga Leader Wednesday October 21, 28 November 4, 11, 18…+ ongoing 10:30am – 11:15am Community Room at the Starr… Continue reading

OCTOBER 26, 2009 TOWN OF RHINEBECK TOWN BOARD AGENDA

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6:45 Call to order Pledge of Allegiance Announcements October 27th Rhinecliff leaf pick up by Highway Department November 7th Discovery Fair at Rhinebeck  High School November 7th at Dutchess County Resource & Recovery… Continue reading

Sinterklaas Rhinebeck update! 2009

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They need everyone in Town to HELP! Don’t throw away those beads, bows and trinkets! Donate them to a Fantastic, Town-wide, Kid-centered, Spectacular Rhinebeck Event “Sinterklaas 2009”. Please call 758-5519 or 876- 3555… Continue reading

Dutchess County Executive’s Arts Awards

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October 28th Grandview, Poughkeepsie Join us in honoring the recipients of the 2009 awards: Sinterklaas!, an Old Dutch Tradition in Rhinebeck – Art in Public Places; Joseph Bertolozzi, Individual Artist; Jacobowitz & Gubits,… Continue reading

Immunization clinic time changes listed

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Time changes have been made to the Dutchess County Children’s Immunization Clinic schedule. For a complete listing of clinic dates and times visit http://www.dutchessny.gov or call 845-486-3400.

Four in contest for two seats on Rhinebeck Town Board

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RHINEBECK — Four people are vying for two seats on the Town Board in the Nov. 3 election: First-time Democratic candidates Joe Gelb and Gina Fox, first-time Republican candidate Rhonda Hammond and incumbent… Continue reading