Monthly Archive: June, 2011

Soccer Camp ~ July 11-15, 2011 8:00am- 12:30pm

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Soccer Camp Camp Date and Time: July 11-15, 2011 8:00am- 12:30pm Location: Rhinebeck High School Fields Who: Boy’s and Girl’s entering grades 4-8 Cost: $100.00 Each camper will receive a camp T-shirt &… Continue reading

The CENTER For Performing Arts at Rhinebeck

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There’s still time to sign up for summer camp!   We are looking forward to a fun-filled summer of theater camp! Our popular summer program is filling up, but we still have some… Continue reading

“Exile in Art”, newest collection of music-inspired paintings by Thomas Cale

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“Exile in Art”, newest collection of music-inspired paintings by Thomas Cale, on exhibit in Rhinebeck Opening celebration: Friday, June 17th, 2011, 6-8pm Where: Montgomery Row, 2nd Floor, Rhinebeck, NY Event free and open… Continue reading

A beacon on Hudson River history

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Educational Thursday afternoon Rondout Lighthouse boat tours for the family launch July 22 If you happen to love lighthouses – pictures, models or the real thing – an enjoyable opportunity to share this… Continue reading

RHS Announces Valedictorian and Salutatorian 2011

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Valedictorian Megan Michie, daughter of  Robert and Carol Michie of Rhinebeck, is captain of the Varsity Softball Team, and has earned 6 varsity letters in softball.  She was a member of the 2009… Continue reading

Kingston / Rhinecliff Ferry Service

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Click for 2011 Water Taxi Schedule Attachment Size water taxi schedule.pdf 343.93 KB http://www.rhinebeck-ny.gov/events/hudson-river-water-taxi

Clearwater’s Great Hudson River Revival, June 18 & 19, 2011

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 Croton Point Park, Croton-on-Hudson, NY About Clearwater Generations: The theme for this year’s Great Hudson River Revival, “Clearwater Generations,” is inspired by Pete Seeger’s vision and Clearwater’s mission – to inspire, educate, and… Continue reading

Official Kaatsbaan International Dance Center Choreographing Medea: Myth, Madness and Revenge, 1763-2011

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Monday, June 20 · 6:30pm – 9:30pm Myths have long inspired artists and choreographers. This presentation delves into the choreographic use of Medea to explore the Western dance tradition and the passion of… Continue reading

“The Art of Local” ~ Father’s Day 2011

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This Father’s Day, from 11:00 am till 5:00 pm, the Hudson Valley Bounty brings “The Art of Local” tasting event to the Rhinebeck area. Showcasing the craftsmanship of local food artisans, the June… Continue reading

Marybeth Cale with a little College Coaching ~ Get the Book List Ready

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Get the Book List Ready Marybeth Cale: Posted on Thursday, June 02, 2011 College Admissions and Essay Coaching http://www.caleconsultingllc.com   June is here and summer vacation is near! While we all consider the… Continue reading

NEW YORK STATE POLICE INVESTIGATE HOMICIDE AT JAMES BAIRD PARK

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The New York State Police at Troop K Headquarters, Poughkeepsie, NY are investigating a Homicide in the Town of Lagrange. On 06/12/11 at approximately 5:15am, Dutchess County 911 dispatched the Lagrange Fire Department… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Community Transportation Program for Senior Citizens

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The Town of Rhinebeck Seniors  Transportation Programoffers transportation options to independently living residents* of the Town andVillage of Rhinebeck who are age 60 and over.  At this time the program has 5 volunteer… Continue reading

Softball: Boucher steps down as Rhinebeck coach

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“I told them that this is it,” Boucher said. “I had mentioned last year to our coaches because I never want to get the kids involved. It’s the right time for me right… Continue reading

Strawberry season arriving in New York State

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 The growers from the tip of Long Island to the northern shores of Lake Champlain and on west to the Niagara Frontier wish to inform everyone that the strawberries are now ready for… Continue reading

Recent research at two local cemeteries uncovers new facts about early African American settlements in the Valley

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African American Cemeteries History Uncovered: Rhinebeck Cemetery’s Section E and Mt. Zion African American Burial Ground in Kingston The Rhinebeck research was conducted by Vassar College students under the direction of professors Brian… Continue reading

NEW YORK STATE POLICE RELEASE SUSPECT COMPOSITE FOR JAMES BAIRD STATE PARK HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION

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17 June 2011 NEW YORK STATE POLICE RELEASE SUSPECT COMPOSITE FOR JAMES BAIRD STATE PARK HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION Individual is wanted for questioning in connection with a homicide investigation in the Town of Lagrange,… Continue reading

Home port

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Clearwater, Maritime Museum seal deal to make Rondout sloop’s base Around 5 p.m. last Saturday, June 4, the sloop Clearwater sailed up the Rondout Creek and rather majestically docked at the Hudson River… Continue reading

State OEM Offers Safety Tips to Beat the Heat

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Issued By: NYS – DHSES – Office of Emergency Management Issued On: 06/08/11 9:56 AM Affected Jurisdictions: New York Category / Publication: Press Release – General   With temperatures forecast to climb into… Continue reading

Stalking Arrest – State Police ~ Rhinebeck

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On 06/06/11 the New York State Police at Rhinebeck arrested Timothy O’Brien, age 56, of Rhinecliff NY for Stalking 4th degree.  O’Brien was arrested after a complaint from his ex-girlfriend that he had… Continue reading

Blotter.Police say body found in Esopus Creek is missing Saugerties man Zachary Green

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KINGSTON — City police Monday night said an autopsy of the body found in the Esopus Creek on Sunday afternoon confirmed it was Saugerties man Zachary Green., who had been missing since January.… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Soccer League announces Summer Training Camps

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Rhinebeck Soccer League announces Summer Training Camps which will be offered at the Baptist Home fields beginning June 27th through August 13th. Boys and girls ages 8-13 can register for the Monday and… Continue reading

Summer Sensations Day Camp at Northern Dutchess Day Care Center

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Northern Dutchess Day Care Center, a not-for-profit agency in Rhinebeck will be operating Summer Sensations Day Camp again this year. The camp will be held from June 27 through Sept. 2 at the… Continue reading

Sloop Clearwater calls Kingston home

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KINGSTON – Thanks to a partnership between the Hudson River Maritime Museum and environmental organization Clearwater, the Sloop Clearwater now calls the Kingston waterfront its homeport. See Video : http://www.dailyfreeman.com/articles/2011/06/07/news/doc4decc9fd1ad60008928091.txt

The Jubilee Summer Workshop Project

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Starr Library 68 West Market Street Rhinebeck, NY 12572   (845) 876-4030 http://www.starrlibrary.org Got a creative teen who is looking for something to do this summer? The Jubilee Summer Workshop Project, run by… Continue reading

From ‘SNL’ to FDR: Murray to play Roosevelt in upcoming film

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HYDE PARK — Academy Award-nominated actor Bill Murray has agreed to portray President Franklin D. Roosevelt in a new movie and was in the town Sunday researching the role. Read On: http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/article/20110607/NEWS01/106070331/From-SNL-FDR-Murray-play-Roosevelt-upcoming-film?odyssey=tab|topnews|img|PoughkeepsieJournal.com

Where eagles pair: 97 acres in Esopus conserved by Scenic Hudson offers diverse habitat

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ESOPUS — Bald eagles, great blue herons and  endangered Northern cricket frogs are among the wildlife species that will have a little more room to roam for the future thanks to the land… Continue reading

Preparedness 101: Zombie Apocalypse

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 Emergency Preparedness and Response  CDC prepares for zombie apocalypse Better Safe than Sorry So what do you need to do before zombies…or hurricanes or pandemics for example, actually happen? First of all, you… Continue reading

Airplane forced to land in field

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RHINEBECK — The Federal Aviation Adminstration is investigating the unplanned landing Saturday afternoon of a small plane in the field across Route 9 from Stop & Shop supermarket. The 77-year old pilot, Jay… Continue reading

“Sell in May and go away”

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Some thoughts from Rhinebeck Blogger David J. Albahary, CFP® and the Green The old adage to “sell in May and go away” could tempt investors even more this year to make some irrational decisions in… Continue reading

Getting the most from the Rhinebeck History Web

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Thursday, June 9 at 3pm Starr Library Local History Room, lower level 68 W. Market St, Rhinebeck, (845) 876-4030   This workshop, sponsored by the Consortium of Rhinebeck History, will provide you with… Continue reading