Monthly Archive: July, 2011

Institute plans brown bag lunch programs

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RHINEBECK — The Institute of History, Archaeology and Education is organizing a series of brown bag lunches in different regions of the county. The event is planned for July 13 at noon at… Continue reading

Fire department to hold fundraiser

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RHINEBECK — The Rhinebeck Fire Department, Inc. is conducting a community fund drive to assist with the purchase of a new ambulance to replace the present ambulance which is more than 13 years… Continue reading

Four dead in Hudson River boating accident near Tivoli

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Freeman staff TIVOLI — Reckless operation and alcohol may have been factors in a boating accident Sunday morning that killed four Ulster County residents and seriously injured two other people, Dutchess County sheriff’s… Continue reading

State Police Issue 98 Tickets During July 4th Speed Enforcement Detail on the Taconic State Pkwy

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On Monday, July 4, a team of New York State Troopers issued 98 tickets in less than six hours between 11AM and 5PM on the Taconic State Parkway in the Town of Stanford,… Continue reading

Sirius Play classes

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Does your dog love to counter-surf, chase squirrels or his nose always to the ground? Would you like to build your dog’s confidence? Are you looking for a way to mentally and physically… Continue reading

Launch Party & Reading: Edie Meidav July 9th 2011

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RHINEBECK, NY – On Saturday, July 9th at 7:30pm, Oblong Books & Music, 6422 Montgomery St. (Rt. 9), Rhinebeck, will host a launch party, reading and signing with Edie Meidav, author of Lola,… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Farmers Market July 10th 2011

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July 10th Music: Steve Chizmadia – Steve is an award winning artist from the Hudson Valley with strong roots in the singer songwriter tradition, country and rock. http://www.stevechizmadia.com Community Group: Wilderstein Historic Site… Continue reading

Spiegeltent this weekend Aug 4th-7th 2011

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Spiegeltent events continue this week with Thursday Night Live Bhangra Night featuring Punjabi hip-hop and sousaphone-driven brass funk with Red Baraat (August 4). Tickets $15. Show time: 8:30 pm A cross between Ella… Continue reading

Hudson Valley YA Society: SURVIVOR EDITION ~ Friday, July 8, 7:00pm

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Libba Bray, Michael Northrop, E. Archer, & David Levithan! This event will be held at Oblong Books & Music, 6422 Montgomery St., Rhinebeck, NY. Join us for our July Hudson Valley YA Society… Continue reading

Saturday Morning Family Series resumes with Mr. Toad

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Choreographer-Dancer Tero Saarinen Performs HUNT as Part of Triple Bill,

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Sosnoff Theater July 7, 8, and 9 at 8 pm July 10 at 3 pm Tickets: $25, 40, 45, 55   Triple Bill features Tero Saarinen’s own signature solo, HUNT, a multimedia masterpiece… Continue reading

N.Y. Legislature votes to allow sale of milder fireworks

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Most of the noise in the state Legislature’s flurry of activity last week was made by gay marriage, rent control, and the property-tax cap. But the legislation that could set off the most… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Farmers Market July 17th 2011

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July 17th Music: Fred Gillen Jr. – Part folk singer, part indie rocker, and part poet, Fred Gillen Jr. writes and sings songs about the human experience, honestly and fearlessly addressing pain, injustice,… Continue reading

Governor signs property tax cap legislation

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PLEASANTVILLE – Governor Andrew Cuomo is making his rounds, ceremonially signing the tax cap legislation into law. He signed it twice on Thursday – once at a Long Island home and again at… Continue reading

Morton Movie Night Presents:Roman Holiday

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Roman Holiday Wednesday, July 20 @ 6:30  Audrey Hepburn, Gregory Peck, Eddie Albert Directed by William Wyler Paramount Pictures; 1953 Not Rated; 119 minutes A princess (Audrey Hepburn) travels incognito in Rome to… Continue reading