Monthly Archive: June, 2011

“Stories Near & Far” FRIDAY, JULY 8TH, 5:00 PM ~ FREE

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“Stories Near & Far” ~ Climb aboard storyteller Lorraine Hartin-Gelardi’s magic carpet and travel around the world as you listen to stories from as far away as India and Indonesia and as close… Continue reading

Hudson Valley Club Sandwich one of Oprah’s best!

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O’s best recipe from the past ten years! From The Gigi Good Food Cookbook, by Laura Pensiero   Featured today in Oprah.com’s Food and Entertaining Newsletter – O’s 10 best recipes from the past… Continue reading

Bard SummerScape festival opens!

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The ninth annual Bard SummerScape festival opens with the first four performances by Tero Saarinen Company, comprising a triple bill of the Finnish choreographer’s finest dances—Westward Ho!, Wavelengths, and HUNT. This “outstanding contemporary… Continue reading

The Present. What a Gift! ~ Thoughts from Marybeth Cale of Cale Consulting,

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“Yesterday is history; tomorrow is a mystery…and today – well, that is a gift”. Mom has shared that with me countless times through the years, and I am fairly certain you have heard… Continue reading

Female Athlete of the Week: Megan Michie, Rhinebeck High School, softball (video)

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The recent Rhinebeck High graduate earned state honors in softball when she was one of two players — along with Hawks’ teammate Paige Albano — named the state Class B first team  Video:… Continue reading

Okay Tivoli, here ya go…. TIVOLI FREE LIBRARY SUMMER READING KICK OFF!

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Please save Wednesday, July 6th @6:00pm for a night of dinner and drumming! In keeping with our Summer Reading Program theme, One World, Many Stories, we invite each family to please bring a… Continue reading

Enter the Pillsbury pie baking contest

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If you like to make pies, Pillsbury is looking for a winning recipe that could win you the $5,000 national grand prize from the makers of Pillsbury Pie Crusts. To enter the 2011… Continue reading

Dog License Required

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All dogs harbored in the Town & Village of Rhinebeck require a license.  This license can be obtained at the Town Clerk’s Office and is renewed yearly.   Proof of current Rabies Vaccine is… Continue reading

Aqua Aerobics at the Rhinebeck Pool

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Aqua Aerobics at the Pool Tuesdays and Thursdays starting July 5th 2011  5:30 pm Drop in fee is  $6.00 per session Questions?  Contact Recreation Director Katie Clark 943-9526  

Christie Scheele/Summer Show Opening July 2nd 2011

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You needn’t go far for some R&R: Escape your everyday stress with a program at the Omega Institute in Rhinebeck

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Spread out on nearly 200 acres in Rhinebeck, Omega Institute for Holistic Studies is an antidote to stress right in our backyard. A nonprofit, educational retreat center, Omega hosts more than 23,000 people… Continue reading

‘Senioritis’ ends as 105 graduate from Rhinebeck High

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RHINEBECK — The clouds parted long enough for a warm sun and gentle breeze to preside over the 2011 commencement ceremony at Rhinebeck High School Saturday. The 105 graduates formed a sea of… Continue reading

Starr Library 2011 Summer Reading Program Calendar

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TUESDAY JULY 5TH – FRIDAY AUGUST 26TH ~ “Read & Review” Raffle Program.  Fill out a book review form for every book read and win as many as 5 chances to be entered into our weekly… Continue reading

Police receive federal help with Filiberti case

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HYDE PARK, N.Y. — Hyde Park Police Chief Charles Broe says the town is bringing in federal agents to assist with an unsolved case. It’s been about three months since police found Katie… Continue reading

AG asks New Yorkers to report internet predators & scammers preying on kids to his office

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ALBANY – As the school year comes to a close, Attorney General Eric. Schneiderman called on New Yorkers to notify his office of any online scam or sexual solicitation that threatens the safety… Continue reading

Marriage Equality Act passes, signed into law

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ALBANY – Shortly before midnight Friday night, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law the Marriage Equality Act, granting same-sex couples the freedom to marry under the law, as well as hundreds of rights,… Continue reading

Gentlemen Prefer Blonds- Winnakee Land Trust Fundraiser 2011

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July 2-17 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays 3 p.m. Sundays Tickets: $24 adults; $22 seniors & children Box Office:845-876-3080eileen@centerforperformingarts.org The CENTER for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck July 1st ~ Fundraiser 7:30 p.m. Friday $50… Continue reading

Rhinebeck village condo project resumes

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RHINEBECK — After two decades of fits and starts, it appears the long-dormant condominium project known as the Gardens at Rhinebeck is back on track. Village Mayor James Reardon said village officials in… Continue reading

Power NY Act (A.8510 Cahill/S.5844 Maziarz) – is significant. It has two parts

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Article X and Counting by Jeff Jones In 2009, New York launched Green Jobs-Green New York, a program designed to create jobs and conserve energy through a statewide program to retrofit homes and small… Continue reading

Good Luck! ~ Rhinebeck High School Class of 2011

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Thousands of local students will mark the end of one part of their lives and the beginning of the next with 19 graduations at local schools in the next three days Read on… Continue reading

Growing Older in Rhinebeck Newsletter 07-01-11

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Growing Older in Rhinebeck Newsletter 07-01-11 7-1-11 Growing Older in Rhinebeck ONLINE Newsletter.doc 274.5 KB

Summer Celebration To Benefit Wilderstein Historic Site

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    PLEASE JOIN US Saturday July 16, 2011 from 5 to 8 pm   Cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, house tours, new outdoor sculpture exhibition, silent auction & more    The Wilderstein South Lawn rain… Continue reading

American Shabbat

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The exotic world of Chef Suvir Saran at bluecashew Kitchen Pharmacy

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Join bluecashew as we celebrate Chef Suvir Saran a book signing, tasting and meet the Chef Saturday, July 9 · 3:00pm – 6:00pm bluecashew Kitchen Pharmacy 6423 Montgomery Street Suite 3 Rhinebeck, New… Continue reading

Support bill to teach CPR skills at schools

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Letters to the editor — 6/22 http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/ Six years ago, my eldest daughter survived sudden cardiac arrest at the age of 15 because someone had been trained in cardiopulmonary resuscitation — CPR —… Continue reading

NOW ACCEPTING REGISTRATION FOR THE JUBILEE SUMMER WORKSHOP:

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Jubilee is a six-week non-profit workshop series dedicated to creating and collaborating with the goal of putting on two free public events to showcase our work with the greater community. The workshop will… Continue reading

Cross River Art Group Opening

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Cross River Art Group Opening: Water Colors Friday, July 1  6:00 – 8:00                    Exhibition July 1 – July 30 Featuring the work of:  Barbara Bergin, Ellen Crimmins, Joanne Cuttler, Deborah DeWan, Claudia Engel,… Continue reading

SummerScape Opens with Dance Triple Bill

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Finland’s Tero Saarinen Company: Westward Ho!, Wavelengths, and HUNT   Sosnoff Theater July 7, 8, and 9 at 8 pm July 10 at 3 pm Tickets: $25, 40, 45, 55   At the… Continue reading

Zen Dog Cafe is closing!

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Post from Zen Dog Cafe Get to the ZenDog’s final night of Live Jazz tonight. You heard that right! The ZenDog is heading off on an excellent adventure and will be closing down… Continue reading

Sideline Talk: Rhinebeck softball could succeed in time of change

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Don’t think Rhinebeck is headed to the bottom of the standings just yet. Rhinebeck has encountered an uncertain pitching future before. In 2006, Alanna Woody was injured in the Section 9 tournament, and… Continue reading