(RED HOOK, NY) – Do you need a health care proxy? Is your will in good shape? Have you chosen an executor? These and other legal questions will be answered from 11 a.m.… Continue reading
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Rhinebeck Town Board will hold a special meeting on March 4, 2014 at 6:30 pm at the Town Hall, 80 East Market Street, Rhinebeck, New York.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Town of Rhinebeck Maintenance Department seeks bids for seasonal lawn care maintenance (including spring clean up) and routine lawn care in order to maintain a park like appearance at… Continue reading
The Town of Rhinebeck Cemetery is enforcing its rule to “restrict the planting of shrubs and trees and to remove any shrub or tree deemed dangerous to the public or encroaching on adjoining… Continue reading
St. Patrick’s Day Parade! March 16th, 2014 The Parade and Shamrock Run are Rain or Shine Events Please line up for the Run on Albany Avenue for the Start at 12:50 PM The Parade… Continue reading
2014 SummerScape Box Office Now Open! 25th Anniversary of Bard Music Festival Anchors Bard SummerScape 2014 June 27 – August 17 Tickets On Sale Now! The roots of Austro-German Romanticism will be explored… Continue reading
Winnakee Land Trust PO Box 610 Rhinebeck, NY 12572 http://www.winnakeeland.org (845) 876-4213 email@example.com DONATE NOW
(RED HOOK, NY) – Want to watch Fellini movies without subtitles? Impress a loved one? Find out what your Italian relatives are really saying about you? Planning a trip to Italy? Anyone interested… Continue reading
(RED HOOK, NY) — The Brooklyn Raga Massive, a cooperative alliance between Indian Classical Musicians in the New York City-area, will give a lecture and perform music from the Indian sub-continent from 12 to 10… Continue reading
Village Court scheduled for tonight, February 24 at 5:00pm is CANCELLED.
Wednesday, February 26, 10am Rhinebeck Town Hall, Rhinebeck Garden Club. Master Gardener Donna Croshier will speak on “Gardening in Small Spaces”. Free. For more information contact Steven Mann at845-876-6892.
My wife and I live on 141 White Schoolhouse Road and have become very concerned about the proposed mining operation that RED WING intends to pursue. Our road is very beautiful, quiet and… Continue reading
On Wednesday, March 12, 2014, the Rhinebeck Central School Board of Education will hold the next in a series of informal “coffee hours” that are open to parents, students, and other members of the community. Several… Continue reading
ROAD ADVISORY The Town of Rhinebeck Highway Superintendent, Kathy Kinsella, would like to advise residents that rain combined with deep snow-pack could create flood conditions at locations throughout the town. Please use caution… Continue reading
(RED HOOK, NY) – Could your child be the next Matisse? Find out during Petite Picasso, an art class for pre-school children taking place at 1 p.m. each Tuesday beginning March 4. At each class children… Continue reading
I announce with great regret that I have decided not to seek a third term on the Rhinebeck Village Board. I will focus on my business and family interests. I take great… Continue reading
“TAKE FIVE” Friday, March 7, 2014 Doors open at 6 p.m. Show begins at 7 p.m. This is an evening to celebrate the talents of your friends and family. What a show we have for… Continue reading
Thursday, February 20, 2014 A Winter’s Journey Far and Away from the Frozen Uncertainty This morning I awoke, early, 6:05 am. Not early, as much as my routine time to awake. I love the morning.… Continue reading
Art Students Discuss Path to Scholarship Nationally known Muralist, Rick Price, to lead panel Presentation Rescheduled from Feb 15th snow postponement Poughkeepsie, NY – On Saturday, February 22nd at 5:00pm, students from… Continue reading
Local food banks are struggling to fill gaps on their shelves. “We are grateful for sundries and groceries: shampoo, soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes, peanut butter, jelly, canned meats, coffee, fruit juices, cereal, oatmeal, hearty soups, canned… Continue reading
A friendly reminder in regards to snow removal: It is the responsibility of Village property owners to keep sidewalks adjacent to their property clear of snow and ice. Removal of snow and… Continue reading
A letter to the County Executive of Dutchess County February 19, 2014 To: Marcus J. Molinaro, County Executive, Dutchess County From: Keith F. Greeney, Rhinebeck, NY Re: Republicans pass a tax on home… Continue reading
The Town Board has been discussing a proposed local law which would reduce the Assessment Department from three elected assessors to one appointed assessor. This proposed local law is part of a plan… Continue reading
John of God September 30–October 2 Experience physical, emotional, or spiritual healing with one of the world’s most revered spiritual healers and mediums—John of God (João Teixeira de Faria). He has seen millions of… Continue reading
Baby, It’s Cold Outside! Come in from the cold and Support the Starr Library! Saturday February 22, 6-9pm Join us for a party with a live and silent auction of works by over… Continue reading
After-School Activities Canceled All after-school activities are canceled for today, Wednesday, February 19th. Transportation may be slower than usual due to the weather conditions this afternoon.
Part-time (3 days per week), flexible-hours position working in a two-person office in Rhinebeck, New York. The majority of the work is focused on organizing activities for an on-going research project being conducted… Continue reading
The earliest settlers were the Sepasco Indians. The vitality of the Hudson River sustained many tribes here and along the Rondout. The Dutch came next and some Palatine Germans were settled through the benevolence of Queen Anne. This… Continue reading