Monthly Archive: July, 2011

Rhinebeck Farmers Market Aug 7th 2011

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August 7th Music: String Machine – String Machine delivers a distinctive and infectious blend of Bluegrass, Folk, Classic Country and String Band music, tinged with Swing, Irish, Blues, Rockabilly and other ingredients that… Continue reading

Inspirations Art Opening: Photographic Images

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Inspirations Art Opening:
 
Photographic Images Friday, August 5  6:00 – 8:00 Exhibition August 5 – August 31 Featuring the work of Bonnie Fisher and Donna Cavanaugh. Morton Memorial Library & Community House 82… Continue reading

Village Pizza reopens after being seized for back taxes

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RHINEBECK — A day after being seized for back taxes, Village Pizza & Restaurant is open and back in business. On Thursday, the eatery on East Market Street in the Village of Rhinebeck… Continue reading

Community Transportation Program for Senior Citizens

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

Community Reminded to Be Wary of Companies Soliciting Money for Ads in Support of Rhinebeck School Programs

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Community members and businesses should be reminded that it is not the practice of the Rhinebeck Central School District to employ the services of any company for the purpose of soliciting money from individuals… Continue reading

The Department of State has issued this Worldwide Caution

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July 26, 2011 The Department of State has issued this Worldwide Caution to update information on the continuing threat of terrorist actions and violence against U.S. citizens and interests throughout the world. U.S.… Continue reading

Rhinebeck school board OKs changes to teaching jobs

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RHINEBECK — The Board of Education has turned one full-time teaching position into a part-time job and has reduced the hours of two jobs that already were part-time. Read On: http://www.dailyfreeman.com/articles/2011/07/28/news/doc4e30bbb394089807713769.txt

Athletes’ head injuries worry Rhinebeck school board

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RHINEBECK — Board of Education members are seeking stronger language in a proposed school district policy regarding head injuries suffered by student athletes. Trustee Diane Kantaros, a physician, said during a board meeting… Continue reading

Bard SummerScape film festival continues with our “Before Bergman”

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The 2011 film festival continues with our “Before Bergman” segment with two films directed by Carl Dreyer and one directed by Victor Sjöström. All films are $8 and take place at the Jim… Continue reading

Opera: Richard Strauss’s Die Liebe der Danae

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American Symphony Orchestra Conducted by Leon Botstein, music director In this late Strauss opera, the powerful god Jupiter and the lowly donkey driver Midas compete for the love of the beautiful Danae. A… Continue reading

“Gold Alert” system to be created

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YNN POUGHKEEPSIE N.Y. — When an child is abducted, every second is crucial. Information that could lead to their safe return is broadcast on TV and radio and posted on highway signs. The… Continue reading

Rhinebeck gets donation for Lego Robotics school project

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RHINEBECK — Trustees on Tuesday accepted a $26,413.80 donation from the Rhinebeck Science Foundation for Chancellor Livingston Elementary School grades to participate in the Lego Robotics program. The check was presented during a… Continue reading

Spiegeltent Fun for Everyone ~ 2011

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July 7 – August 21 Spiegeltent Fun for Everyone Back by popular demand, the glittering “Mirror Tent” is the stage for a variety of performances, from daring acrobats to saucy cabaret acts to… Continue reading

Bank Teller arrested for Grand Larceny in Pine Plains

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On July 25, 2011, the NY State Police in Rhinebeck, NY arrested 45 yr old Christa Hieronymi of Red Hook, NY for Grand Larceny 2nd (Class C-Felony) and Falsifying Business Records 1st (Class E-Felony).… Continue reading

College bills coming due – NYHELPs may benefit students, families looking to fill tuition gaps

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ALBANY – College tuition invoices are in the mail and will be due in the next several weeks, leaving some New York State students and families scrambling to fill the tuition gap between… Continue reading

Beware of summer scams, warns attorney general

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NEW YORK – With warm weather-related scams on the rise, Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman today released a guide listing some of the most common summer frauds targeting the state, and offered tips… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Farmers Market July 31st 2011

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July 31st Music: Connor Kennedy – “Y’all better watch out for Connor…He’s gonna be knocking around the block in a few years.”- Alexis P. Suter Before even hitting the age of 16, Connor… Continue reading

Trash cans go high-tech in Rhinebeck

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RHINEBECK — Village officials have ordered a solar-powered trash-compacting garbage can for the  village parking lot on East Market Street in hopes of reducing the number of collections from four times per week… Continue reading

Zoning rule may change in village of Rhinebeck

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“Rhinebeck is a pretty unique community … largely due to very good planning and zoning over the years,” Reardon said. “Our zoning laws, when they were written, gave very careful consideration to minimizing… Continue reading

Growing Older in Rhinebeck Calendar of Events

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Growing Older in Rhinebeck Calendar of Events Attachment Size 7-15-11 Growing Older In Rhinebeck Online Calendar.doc 114.5 KB

Scenic Hudson transfers Hyde Park Drive-In land to Park Service

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Scenic Hudson has transferred ownership of the parcel containing the Hyde Park Drive-in to the Home of Franklin Delano Roosevelt National Historic Site. The transfer reserves certain rights for Scenic Hudson on a… Continue reading

Press Release from Town of Rhinebeck Supervisor Thomas Traudt COOLING CENTER

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Due to the National Weather Service Heat Index Warning for this Thursday and Friday Town of Rhinebeck Supervisor Tom Traudt in collaboration with Emergency Management Coordinator and the Starr Library is offering an… Continue reading

Take A Hike and Say Haha!

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Celebrate summer’s beauty and abundance! A meditative walk on the new Thompson-Mazzarella trails in Rhinebeck, with Laughter Yoga along the way. Monday 1 August        9.30 – 10.30am       $5 Pre-register: Liz 845-516-4330 Thompson-Mazzarella Park… Continue reading

E-Readers to loan at Morton Memorial Library & Starr Library

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The Starr Library in Rhinebeck and Morton Memorial Library in Rhinecliff are jointly launching an initiative to loan out Barnes & Noble “Nooks” pre-loaded with best-selling fiction and non-fiction titles. Each of the… Continue reading

Ozone advisory

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 QUALITY INDEX VALUE OF 100 FOR THE POLLUTANT OF OZONE. THE AIR QUALITY INDEX…OR AQI…WAS CREATED AS AN EASY WAY TO CORRELATE LEVELS OF DIFFERENT POLLUTANTS TO ONE SCALE. THE HIGHER THE AQI… Continue reading

Summer is the time you are most vulnerable to injury from heat.

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There are four major heat Health Hazards: · Heat Cramps: Heat cramps are muscular pains and spasms caused by heavy exertion. Signals are abdominal and leg muscle pain. Loss of water and salt… Continue reading

Godspell

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Godspell The CENTER for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck July 22- August 7                                              8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays 3 p.m. Sunday Tickets: $24 adults; $22 seniors & children Box Office: (845)876-3080 Tickets: https://www.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?e=9644e86424b06d6cea72d68f96a57ea7&t=tix  … Continue reading

“Development Check Up” ~ Friday, July 22, 11am – 2pm. Free, in the Children’s Story Room.

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  Friday, July 22 · 11:00am – 2:00pm Astor Early Childhood Programs & United Way of Dutchess County are offering a FREE service to parents, grandparents and caregivers with children ages 2 months… Continue reading

Omega Family Week: August 7–12, 2011—Rhinebeck Campus

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Omega Family Week offers kids and parents something rare: a unique balance of time together and time apart so that everyone can have fun, learn, explore, and make new friends. We invite veteran… Continue reading

Thursday, July 28 @ 4:00pm ~ Summer Reading Program Movie: Up

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Up Thursday, July 28 @ 4:00                    Animated Feature Voices by: Edward Asner, Christopher Plummer, John Ratzenberger Directed by Peter Docter and Bob Peterson Walt Disney Studios/Pixar Animation; 2009 Rated PG; 96 minutes Carl… Continue reading