Monthly Archive: April, 2013

Daily Freeman Reports: Rhinebeck schools close early based on alleged student-to-student threat via social media

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RHINEBECK, N.Y. — The Rhinebeck Central School District dismissed students 15 minutes early Tuesday after administrators received a report of a student threatening another via social media, district Superintendent Joseph Phelan said. Read… Continue reading

Starr At Home Program

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Starr Library offering home delivery service Starr Library is introducing a new outreach program called Starr At Home for Rhinebeck Town residents who are housebound. Our plan is to deliver books to those… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Central School’s Report: All afternoon and evening activities are cancelled today.

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Based upon a written threat involving several specific students at Rhinebeck High School, and in consultation with and upon the advice of law enforcement personnel, we are dismissing students at all three of… Continue reading

The Kingston Museum of Controversial Art

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Village of Rhinebeck Informatio​nal Notice: REMINDER – Budget Public Hearing tonight

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PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a public hearing will be held by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Rhinebeck on Monday April 29th, at 7:00 p.m., at the Village Hall, 76 E.… Continue reading

The Observer Reports: Rhinebeck readies village budget

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5.4% tax hike, elimination of trash pickup After weeks of budget workshops, the Village of Rhinebeck board has apparently nailed down a tentative budge   http://www.rhobserver.com/15657/rhinebeck-readies-village-budget/

Rhinebeck Central School System Reports: Bus Transporta​tion Resumes

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Dear Parents and Guardians, We have just received word from Durham School Services, Inc. and the Teamsters Local 445 that the bus drivers are returning to work tomorrow, Friday, April 26th. We expect… Continue reading

Photo of Car Fire at Stop and Shop Rhinebeck April 25, 2013 – 4pm

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Vassar & New York Stage and Film’s Powerhouse Theater

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Vassar & New York Stage and Film’s Powerhouse Theater: “We are so excited about the 2013 season that will welcome back old friends, and introduce you to some amazing new voices”. Check out… Continue reading

Bus Strike – No Service Today April 25th

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Starting this morning Thursday, April 25th, the employees of Durham School Services, the company with whom our school district contracts to provide bus transportation to our student, have decided to go on strike,… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Blogger Tony Salamone’s Infrared Diagnostics: Real Estate in Today’s Market

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In today’s real estate market flush with foreclosures, short sales, and many home often left unoccupied for long periods of time, its never been more important for home buyers to exercise extreme caution… Continue reading

DURHAM DRIVERS STRIKE; PARENTS SHOULD PLAN TO PROVIDE OWN TRANSPORTATION

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District officials have been informed this morning that Durham drivers are conducting a strike against their employer, Durham Transportation Services.  Parents are urged to provider transportation for their children to school until we… Continue reading

Mysterious Hudson River giant head found by Marist crew

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  Photo credit: Matt Lavin | Marist College’s crew team found a 7-foot, Styrofoam and Fiberglas head floating in the Hudson River. Rendered in the style of a Greek or Roman statue, the… Continue reading

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Village of Rhinebeck 2013

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a public hearing will be held by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Rhinebeck on Monday April 29th, at 7:00 p.m., at the… Continue reading

Autisum Walk April 28th,2013 Dutchess County Fairgrounds

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Clinton Community Library – Food Swap

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FOOD  SWAP Clinton Community Library 1215 Centre Rd, Rhinebeck, New York 12572   Saturday, May 11, 2013 10:00am until 12:00pm A food swap is a recurring event where members of a community share homemade, homegrown, or… Continue reading

Art Along the Hudson

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Fighting Hunger in Schools, One Backpack at a Time

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Food Bank of the Hudson Valley shares a link. Programs that assist food-insecure students and their families are in desparate need themselves.   While much attention has been paid to the kinds of… Continue reading

The Moose is still on the loose

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New York State Police 22 April 2013 Moose Reported to be in the Town of Lagrange Today Troopers continue to repond to reports of a lone moose today as the moose was reported… Continue reading

NASA to Webcast Lyrid Meteor Shower Tonight: Watch It Live

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Scientists at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) in Huntsville, Ala., will broadcast live images of the Lyrid meteor shower tonight and early Tuesday (April 22 and 23) for stargazers stuck with bad… Continue reading

Tivoli Free Library update

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Dear Friends:  Please note that this week, due to a Mid-Hudson Library System software upgrade we will be closed on Tuesday, and opening late on Wednesday.  Although we will be closed on Wednesday… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Historical Society Program: Wurtemburgh Church

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Friday, April 26, 7:00 pm – History of the Wurtemburg Church Pastor Mark Isaacs will lecture on the history of the church. This program is the next in our series of the history… Continue reading

Barrytown Spring Cleanup April 27th, – 11am

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 In coordination with the Red Hook Annual Spring Street Cleanup, Barrytown residents will be participating in our own 8th annual street cleanup, which was originally begun by Scenic Hudson in their Hudson River… Continue reading

Calico Restaurant MS fundraiser

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Originally posted on Rhinebeck Community Forum:
For the past 19 years, my wife Leslie and I have owned and operated Calico Restaurant & Patisserie in Rhinebeck, NY. http://www.calicorhinebeck.com Each year we choose a…

Moose Spotted In Millbrook

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April 20, 2013  Millbrook, NY Troopers are investigating a moose sighting on State Route 82 near the Village of Millbrook this afternoon.  The call was initially reported as a loose horse in the… Continue reading

Raise a Toast to George & Walter in Celebration of Northern Dutchess Pharmacy

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An Open Invitation to the Rhinebeck Area Community To gather and honor the years of service from pharmacists George Verven & Walter Czajka and the staff of Northern Dutchess Pharmacy. Come share your thoughts… Continue reading

“YOU’RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN”

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INSPIRED IN PART BY FAMILY ENCOUNTER WITH STEVEN SPIELBERG, NEXTQUEST PRODUCTIONS LAUNCHES THEATER COMPANY WITH TONY-AWARD WINNING VERSION OF “YOU’RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN” Poughkeepsie, New York….When Matt Hagerty’s grandfather had the… Continue reading

PINE BUSH UFO FAIR

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 PINE BUSH UFO FAIR Film Premiere and UFO Presentation IN THE NIGHT SKY: I RECALL A UFO Sat. April 27th 12:30 p.m. Lecture 4:15 p.m. Show 7:00 p.m. Show In the Night Sky:… Continue reading

Seed Swap and Talk, Saturday May 11, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m

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Seed Swap and Talk, Saturday May 11, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. at the Pine Plains Free Library, 7775 South Main Street, Pine Plains, NY 12567, hosted by the Pine Plains Seed Library. The… Continue reading

April is the National Donate Life Month.

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 Established in 2003, the month features local, regional, and national educational activities designed to encourage Americans to become organ and tissue donors. This designated month commemorates those who have received or continue to… Continue reading