Monthly Archive: September, 2011

Award Event to Honor Marilyn Hatch, Saturday, October 1, 2011, 2-4 PM

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Award Event to Honor Marilyn Hatch, Saturday, October 1, 2011, 2-4 PM A very special cocktail reception will be held at beautiful, historic Astor Courts at 189 River Road in Rhinebeck, to honor… Continue reading

The Poughkeepsie Journal reports on The Center for Performing Arts

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RHINEBECK — The Center for Performing Arts in Rhinebeck suffered more than $250,000 in damage  Read On: http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/article/20110917/NEWS01/109170334/Rhinebeck-s-Center-Performing-Arts-shows-will-go-despite-flooding?odyssey=tab|topnews|text|PoughkeepsieJournal.com

Launch Party for UNITED STATES LIGHTHOUSES: September 25th 2011

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Launch Party for UNITED STATES LIGHTHOUSES Illustrated Map & Guide Celebrate with Rhinebeck publisher Bella Terra Publishing! Lecture on U.S. lighthouse history & mapmaking at 2:30, followed by reception. Maps & watercolor prints… Continue reading

Something Scary! 2011

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Headless Horseman Hayrides and Haunted Houses is located in Ulster Park, NY, part of the Historic Haunted Hudson Valley. Opens September 17th 2011 CHILDREN’S DAY – A TINY TASTE OF TERROR  at the… Continue reading

WOODSTOCK FILM FESTIVAL UNVEILS 2011 LINE-UP~ SEPT 21st~SEPT. 25th, 2011

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(Woodstock, NY) – August 30, 2011:  The 12th Annual Fiercely Independent Woodstock Film Festival, kicking off Wed. Sept. 21 through Sun. Sept. 25, has unveiled its 2011 line-up of nearly 150 exciting films,… Continue reading

PTSO Finalizes 2011-12 Discount Cards

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The Rhinebeck Central School District has finalized the 2011-12 PTSO Discount Card and residents and visitors will be able to purchase and use the cards starting September 1, 2011.  The PTSO Discount Card… Continue reading

Lend Me a Tenor moves to Rhinebeck High School

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As you may know, The CENTER experienced catastrophic flooding and is closed for repairs and renovations. We are working very hard to restore the building and resume performances, classes and all activities.   … Continue reading

Three More Provocative Lectures To Help You…Rethink the Rules of Living

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Three More Provocative Lectures To Help You… Rethink the Rules of Living presented by Judith Garten Thursday, September 22, 7:00pm What to Pack for the Spiritual Journey Tuesday, October 11, 7:00pm From Worrier… Continue reading

Ulster Savings bank to host Rhinebeck’s Maureen Gates Photography Exhibit

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(Red Hook, NY)   Ulster Savings Bank would like to invite the public to an opening reception at their 7296 South Broadway, Red Hook branch on Friday, September 16th from 5:00pm – 7:00pm for… Continue reading

READING: Susan Fox Rogers, My Reach: A Hudson River Memoir

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Friday, September 23, 7:30pm READING: Susan Fox Rogers, My Reach: A Hudson River Memoir In this memoir of the Hudson River and of her family, Susan Fox Rogers writes from a fresh perspective:… Continue reading

A little American Pride in Rhinebeck

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We honor all on this September 11th  2011

Dutchess County Government County road update 9/9/2011

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Dutchess County Government County road update:Crum Elbow Road in Hyde Park – reopened to traffic East Noxon Road in LaGrange – reopened to traffic Barrytown Road in Red Hook – one lane traffic… Continue reading

Get Bedazzled ! At Wilderstein Historic Site Jewelry Auction

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CHARITY AUCTION jewelry from the estate of Barbara V. Frost  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 noon – Preview 4 pm – Auction  to benefit Frost Memorial Fund, Inc. & Wilderstein Historic Site  AT WILDERSTEIN 330… Continue reading

Daily Freeman Reports~ Rhinebeck’s James E. Ransome has illustrated close to 50 books

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IN THE MIND of illustrator, now author, James E. Ransome, characters frolic, skip, leap and jump, then come coursing through his veins and nerve endings, flowing from his fingertips and tumbling onto the… Continue reading

Poughkeepsie Journal Reports on Mad Dash

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Labor Day running tradition is alive and very well in Rhinebeck. Thanks to the Church of the Messiah, a beautiful house of worship in the village, the race continues to thrive. http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2011109080320

Water Department Annual Hydrant Flushing Schedule

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Each year the Rhinebeck Water Department flushes water mains by opening hydrants throughout the town and village, as it is a  necessity to maintain the water lines in the system.  Flushing moves the… Continue reading

Hip-Hop is back, classes start Sept 22nd, 2011

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Infrared Diagnostics shares a link to a useful checklist for your home.

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Energy-Efficiency Home Audit Checklist An energy audit is an assessment of your home’s efficiency. Utility companies and some individuals offer this service to homeowners for a fee; however, you can perform a simple… Continue reading

State Health Department: Flooding Could Impact Some Drinking Water Supplies

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Private wells that have been flooded should be disinfected before use ALBANY, N.Y. (August 31, 2011) – Following extensive flooding in many areas of New York State in the wake of Hurricane Irene,… Continue reading

GET TO KNOW YOUR~Town of Rhinebeck Transfer Station/Recycling Facility

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Location:  376 Stone Church Rd. Hours:  Monday 8-3, Thursday 1-7 and Saturday 8-12 Questions?  Call Nancy Cunningham @ 758-3405 Web page: http://www.rhinebeck-ny.gov (refer to Directory) What is thought of as the “dump” has… Continue reading

Sirius Play Dog Training is offering Introduction to K9 Nose Work

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Sirius Play Dog Training is offering Introduction to K9 Nose Work on Tuesdays at 11 AM or Wednesdays at 7 PM at Enigma in Milan, NY starting the week of September 19th. Milan… Continue reading

Museum of Rhinebeck History and the Quitman Resource Center Progressive Dinner

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Progressive Dinner Sunday, September 18, 2011, 4-7 PM cosponsored by the Museum of Rhinebeck History and the Quitman Resource Center The dinner will be held at 21 Chestnut Street in the Village of… Continue reading

Towns in the Catskill Mountain region of New York were devastated by flooding in hurricane Irene’s aftermath.

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We are asking New Yorkers to please take a moment and simply drop off their unused hurricane emergency supplies (or any items on the suggested items list) at one of our collection sites.… Continue reading

Flood victims should check for household mold

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Empire State News: http://www.empirestatenews.net/News/20110903-2.html ALBANY – The State Health Department today issued health and safety guidelines for individuals whose homes have experienced moisture or water damage as a result of recent storms and… Continue reading

“Labor for Your Neighbor” volunteer initiative launched

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ALBANY – Governor Andrew Cuomo launched the “Labor for your Neighbor” initiative over Labor Day weekend for volunteers to pitch in for local cleanup efforts on public and private property impacted by last… Continue reading

Rhinebeck ~ the boil water order issued by the Dutchess County Department of Health has been lifted

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Mayor Jim Reardon has announced that the boil water order issued by the Dutchess County Department of Health has been lifted. Reardon states “due to the results of tested water samples there is… Continue reading

Rhinebeck ~ Mayor Jim Reardon has announced “As of yesterday September 2, 2011 we were able to restore the integrity of the Rhinebeck Village water system.

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September 3, 2011 9:00 am Mayor Jim Reardon has announced “As of yesterday September 2, 2011 we were able to restore the integrity of the Rhinebeck Village water system. We were finally able… Continue reading

Central Hudson Notice About Loss/Theft of Equipment ~September 2, 2011

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Central Hudson Notice  http://www.centralhudson.com/hurricaneirene.html#dryice We continue to make progress in restoring electric service in the wake of Irene. Please be patient if we’ve not yet gotten to your neighborhood! Meanwhile, we would like… Continue reading

Thomas J Traudt ~Aid to Private Homeowners

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Aid to Private Homeowners Your local government is working to secure assistance to aid in relief for damages from Tropical Storm Irene. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) offers assistance to private property… Continue reading

Latest water update 9/1/2011

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Re: Latest water update Please rest assured that we are working around the clock to address this issue. Our staff at the water department has been manning the plant 24 hrs a day… Continue reading