Monthly Archive: February, 2011

NEW dog training classes for MARCH 2011

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SIRIUS PLAY will be offering, starting the week of March 14th, the following 6-week sessions: If you have been putting off your dog’s education, now is the time to start. And it’s fun… Continue reading

Growing Older in Rhinebeck Newsletter

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Growing Older in Rhinebeck Newsletter Attachment   2-15-11 Growing Older in Rhinebeck Online Newsletter.doc 293 KB

Self-Healing with One Light Healing Touch

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Pilot’s body recovered; helicopter removes pieces of downed plane from Hudson River

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State police divers recovered the body of Dr. Michael Faraldi from the cockpit of the vintage military jet that crashed yesterday into the icy waters of the Hudson River near the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge.… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Schools Parents, Students, and Staff Asked to Provide Feedback on School Climate

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The Rhinebeck Central School District, in partnership with the National School Climate Center (NSCC), is asking all Rhinebeck Central School District parents, students and school personnel to complete the Comprehensive School Climate Inventory… Continue reading

Surgeon crashes jet into Hudson north of bridge

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Police scuba divers this morning will resume their search for the body of a 38-year-old Germantown man and Rhinebeck podiatrist believed to have died when the vintage British training jet he was piloting… Continue reading

Rhinebeck school board mulls naming rights for buildings

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“Given the financial situations that school districts find themselves in, I think it’s incumbent on us to use every opportunity we can to find ways to support our programs, and one of those… Continue reading

The Rhinebeck Historical Society event February 25th

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The Reformed Church in Rhinebeck  Friday, February 25th at 7 PM Bud Rogers, Sexton, will be telling all about this church, built in 1761. You will sit in the pews where historical figures from… Continue reading

NEWS ALERT: DOG SIGHTING IN RHINEBECK

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The dog was sighted emerging from a mountain of wood, sheetrock and sawdust today. The stage is built with our new sound system to be installed and tested next week and our beloved… Continue reading

Proposed Rhinebeck school budget calls for tax levy hike of 5.6%

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District officials said they hope to get the tax levy increase under 5 percent by cutting $327,152 from supplies, equipment, field trips, repairs and maintenance, software, textbooks, and travel and conferences; $383,792 from… Continue reading

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week 2011

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Want to get your spring off to a tasty start?  Join in on Hudson Valley Restaurant Week 2011 from March 14-27, 2011.  The Hudson Valley of New York will be a springing with… Continue reading

Man accused of store burglary try

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RHINEBECK: A Rhinebeck man faces felony charges next month of attempted burglary and criminal mischief stemming from an incident at a clothing store, according to police. Isaac Iselin, 22, was arrested Sunday night… Continue reading

Fair association offers scholarships

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RHINEBECK — Ten $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to state high school seniors and students enrolled in college, a sponsorship of the state Association of Agricultural Fairs and the New York State Showpeople’s… Continue reading

A word from Terry Gipson ~ Rhinebeck Village Trustee

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Dear Forum, Walking is healthy, ecologically friendly, and vital to a small town’s economic viability and community spirit. One year ago I began leading an effort to aggressively study the condition of Rhinebeck’s… Continue reading

Deputies hunt suspect in Bard College burglary attempt

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ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON — Authorities in Dutchess County are on the lookout for a man they said tried to burglarize a faculty member’s dormitory at Bard College Wednesday night. The incident, which took place at… Continue reading

Poughkeepsie Shooting Press Conference

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Video: http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/article/20110218/NEWS01/110218010

Events at Montgomery Row

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Wells Fargo Advisors Red: 14 Artists’ Interpretations 9-5 M-F or by appointment  Artists include:  Lori Adams, Nicholas Bouteneff, Jeanne Demostes, Michael Garland, Mary Ann Glass,  Linda T. Hubbard, Karl LaLonde, Frederic Lere, Alexis… Continue reading

Rhinebeck works to improve lighting in village lot

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RHINEBECK — Village officials are upgrading lighting in the 130-space municipal parking lot on East Market Street to provide better illumination and reduce vandalism. Mayor James Reardon said electric service for the new… Continue reading

Rhinebeck panel drafts village pedestrian plan

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RHINEBECK — The  village’s Pedestrian Task Force is expected to make a number of recommendations to  the Village Board on Feb. 24. The session is scheduled for 7 p.m. in the Village Hall,… Continue reading

Police: Flasher nabbed in Rhinebeck

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RHINEBECK — A 34-year-old man was arrested today after a police investigation concluded that he exposed himself to two women in February, according to state police. The Village of Rhinebeck man was charged… Continue reading

School To Be In Regular Session on April 1, 2011

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At their meeting on February 8, 2011, the Rhinebeck Board of Education approved exercising the option of holding a regular day of classes on Friday, April 1, 2011 to make up the 6th… Continue reading

BMS To Offer Program on Cyberbullying and Technology Use/Abuse for Interested RCSD Parents on Feb 18, 2011

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Would you like to learn to educate your child on how to make safe choices when using electronic devices?  Protect your child from online/electronic risk taking?  Teach your child how to avoid being… Continue reading

Mid-Hudson Classical Guitar Society presents: The Art of the Etude – 2/25/11

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 THE MID-HUDSON CLASSICAL GUITAR SOCIETY Presents  The Art of the Etude     Members of the guitar society will perform solo and duet works by Sor, Guilliani, Carcassi, Regondi, Moskowski, Villa-Lobos, Aguado, Brouwer,… Continue reading

Just so you know… Rhinebeck Health Foods Rock!

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In case you missed it, here is a  letter to the editor sent to Hudson Valley News regarding corrections to a recent article.  ~ Amy To Christopher Lennon, Hudson Valley News I read… Continue reading

Looking for the Light exhibition at the Starr

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What: Looking for the Light exhibition (the photography of Laura Elizabeth Bullock) When: February 11, 2011 through March 11, 2011 Where: Starr Library in Rhinebeck Laura Bullock is a photographer, writer and editor… Continue reading

Realtor, Rhinebeck feud over TV as sign in store window

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RHINEBECK — It’s a TV. No, it’s an illuminated sign. The debate raises questions about the evolving nature of technology clashing with community standards and regulations . Rhinebeck is not alone among local… Continue reading

The Interviews! 2/7/2011~ James Ransome and Lesa Cline Ransome

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Let’s Meet For Coffee! Our roving morning reporter, Kathy Chaneles, catches up with local residents around town… Interview 2/7/2011 Bread Alone: James Ransome and Lesa Cline Ransome Early February morning of a long… Continue reading

District Includes ‘Three-Hour Delay’ as Option in Its Emergency Response Toolkit

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On Tuesday, February 8, 2011, in response to a unique combination of winter road conditions and weather information, the Rhinebeck central School District implemented a three-hour school delay in order to get children… Continue reading

SIRIUS PLAY DOG TRAINING~ New Year…New Dog.

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New 6 week session starting January 31st Basic Manners (Wednesdays at 10AM or Thursdays at 6PM) for dogs 6 months and older. No previous training required• Day-to-day management, basic behaviors, leash walking Tricks &… Continue reading

Ice Skating in Rhinebeck

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The ice skating rink at the town pool is open from 10am to 5pm daily (weather permitting). Please email town.recreation@rhinebeck-ny.gov with any questions.