Monthly Archive: March, 2010

Forum on power outages. Wednesday March 10th 2010

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Forum will focus on outages, utility RHINEBECK — Dutchess County Legislator Joel Tyner, D-Clinton, will host a forum at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday to give residents an opportunity to discuss the recent power outages… Continue reading

More in March 2010

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Mom to Mom breastfeeding support – Northern Dutchess Hospital, Route 9, Rhinebeck. 11 a.m. March 12. Weekly get-together for new moms. 845-871-3365. Be Clutter Free: Sorting Made Simple – Starr Library, 68 W.… Continue reading

Elections set for today!

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RHINEBECK — Three candidates will be on the ballot Tuesday for two Village Board seats carrying two-year terms. Voting will noon to 9 p.m. at Town Hall at 80 E. Market St. Gipson,… Continue reading

DRAFT TOWN BOARD MEETING AGENDA 03-08-10

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DRAFT Town Of Rhinebeck Fiscal Workshop Meeting Monday March 8, 2010 Agenda 6:45 PM Read On: http://rhinebeck-ny.gov/draft-town-board-meeting-agenda-03-08-10

Rhinebeck Area Dog Lovers is going to Poet’s Walk on Sunday March 7th at 10:30 AM.

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Rhinebeck Area Dog Lovers  is going to Poet’s Walk on Sunday at 10:30 AM. Poet’s Walk :http://www.hvnet.com/features/poetwalk.htm We’ll meet in the parking lot. Be prepared for possible wet and muddy conditions, though it… Continue reading

Ying Quartet to play in Rhinebeck

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The Rhinebeck Chamber Music Society will close out its 2009-2010 season on March 7 by presenting the world renowned Ying Quartet in concert. The 4 pm performance, which will follow a pre-concert talk,… Continue reading

BMS USED CLOTHING DRIVE

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BMS USED CLOTHING DRIVE Please join Bulkeley Middle School in our support of the Rhinebeck Interact Club and Rhinebeck Rotary Nicaragua Project. Please donate gently used Summer/Spring clothing for the children and their… Continue reading

Drill for emergency preparedness

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If you were wondering what was going on….. March 6th at Bard. A drill for emergency preparedness is being conducted this morning at Bard College in Annandale, according to the Dutchess County Sheriff’s… Continue reading

Honest! Abe stars in vampire novel

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Although originally from Connecticut, Grahame-Smith sets the story in Rhinebeck, where his wife, Erin’s family has lived for generations and own Al Stickle 5 & Dime Store on East Market Street. The story… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Little League Registration

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 Registration for the Rhinebeck Little League’s 2010 season is now open online at http://www.RhinebeckLL.com  for any of the following: T-Ball (ages 5 to 7), baseball (programs for players ages 7 to 16), girls… Continue reading

Scenic Hudson protects view from FDR home

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The land preservation group has purchased 160 acres of woodlands directly across the Hudson River from the FDR site, which includes his Springwood home and presidential library and museum. Read On: http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/article/20100306/NEWS01/3060323/1006/news01/Scenic-Hudson-protects-view-from-FDR-home

Morton Presents: 2010 Talent Show – March 5, 2010

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Friday, March 5, 2010 Doors open at 6 p.m. Show begins at 7 p.m. This is an evening to celebrate the talents of your friends and family. And what a show we have… Continue reading

Rhinebeck estate tied to Revolutionary War

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Grasmere, an estate that dates to the 18th century, is on Mill Road, west of Route 9 and south of the Village of Rhinebeck. The property was granted to the Livingston family by… Continue reading

Don’t Flush or Pour Unwanted, Unused, or Expired Medications down the Drain

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The Dutchess County Environmental Management Council, is proud to announce the establishment of a year-round household medication drop-off point in Dutchess County, at Tuminaro Pharmacy in Hopewell Junction, NY. The program is an effort to protect… Continue reading

THE RHINEBECK FARMERS’ MARKET BEGINS ITS 16th SEASON

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ON SUNDAY, MAY 9 WITH A MOTHER’S DAY CELEBRATION AND A WELCOME TO RETURNING AND NEW VENDORS Voted the most popular farmers market in the Hudson Valley, the Rhinebeck Farmers Market is located… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Savings Bank marks 150 years

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RHINEBECK — Rhinebeck Savings Bank plans to celebrate 150 years in business with a yearlong series of “random acts of kindness.” The bank was incorporated as a mutual savings bank on April 12,… Continue reading

SPEAK OUT: Urge Your Lawmakers to Stop Crippling Cuts to Environmental Funding

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Gov. David Paterson’s recently released 2010-11 budget includes a $79-million cut to the Environmental Protection Fund (EPF). For 16 years, the EPF has been the state’s dedicated account for projects with wide-ranging economic… Continue reading

Village of Rhinebeck Snow Removal

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Monday March 1st, 8pm 2010 No parking on village streets from 8pm on Thanks!