Monthly Archive: March, 2014

Welcome Spring! You’re Invited to a Special Event! At Paper Trail

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please join us saturday, april 12 to meet livia cetti, paper flower artist extraordinaire we are thrilled to present a show of her utterly lifelike, artful paper flowers, and to launch her new… Continue reading

Rhinebeck – A reminder message from Town Highway Superintendent Kathy Kinsella

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Please be aware that driveway construction permission is required for both permanent and for temporary driveways. Any access to the town road, whether as a permanent driveway or for temporary access for construction… Continue reading

A Rhinecliff Sunset

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RHINEBECK BLOGGER – GINGER LONG’S WOMAN IN CONTROL : A Couple of Consciously Crafted Alternative Endings

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I’ve recently been struggling through another bout of post-divorce shock, or maybe aftershock would be a more accurate descriptor.  The prolonged impact of this (un)natural disaster has continued long past necessary.  In much… Continue reading

Wilderstein Daffodil Tea April 12th, 2014

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Think Spring!    Nothing says spring like daffodils. Please join us for our annual Daffodil Tea on Saturday, April 12 beginning at 1pm. Enjoy a festive afternoon with fine tea and an assortment of homemade… Continue reading

Almanac Weekly Reports: Chug a glögg

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Do you want to try a different kind of tipple? Rhinecliff’s own Hetta, released in November, offers a versatile new/old beverage with a modern spin on it. In a vintage Rhinecliff storefront in… Continue reading

Beekman Arms Tavern Announces Live Music Schedule

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Rhinebeck, New York….The Beekman Arms and Delamater Inn and Conference Center of Historic Rhinebeck have announced plans to host Hudson Valley favorite Steve Palmer in the Tavern at the Beekman Arms on Sunday,… Continue reading

Betsy Jacaruso Studio & Gallery April 2014: John Lennon Show

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2014   John Lennon: Photographs by Brian Hamill In honor of The Beatles’ 50th Anniversary, the Gallery will be displaying photographs of John Lennon by Brian Hamill from April 5th – 27th. The… Continue reading

Joys of Spring Hiking at the Starr

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Joys of Spring Hiking Tuesday, April 1st at 6:30pm – Downstairs Lalita Malik, Chair of Mid-Hudson Chapter, Adirondack Mountain Club, will cover hiking tips: what to wear, where to hike and hiking groups… Continue reading

We need volunteers – Repair Cafe at Rhinebeck – Saturday, May 3rd, 2014

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Join Co. Leg. Joel Tyner Weds. Apr. 2nd at 5:30 pm in the basement of Rhinebeck Town Hall at 80 East Market Street there (12572) to help him plan a Repair Cafe at… Continue reading

The Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College – Spiegeltent 2014

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Spiegeltent opens in 100 days! Highlights this summer includes Amanda Palmermer, Meow Meow, a new Late Night Local series featurin Hudson Valley favorites, and more! Spiegeltent  http://ow.ly/uUeDh

Central Hudson – Here’s the newest such scam which we heard about for the first time this week from a customer who operates a small retail business

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We’ve warned our customers about a number of fraudulent scams being perpetrated by dishonest people in recent months. Usually they involve callers who represent themselves as being Central Hudson calling to collect a… Continue reading

Healthy Communities Trail Map Series – Dutchess County

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Did you know that Dutchess County has more than 70 trail systems totaling over 300 miles? The Dutchess County Department of Health, the Department of Planning & Development and OCIS have collaborated to… Continue reading

The Big Read and Morton Call for Artists for “The Art of the Rail”

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Share the experience of Marilynne Robinson’s novel Housekeeping. The book’s symbols include trains; Rhinecliff is a great setting to exhibit your inspirations! Morton is putting on a companion art show “Art of the… Continue reading

At the CENTER Rhinebeck – The Boys from Syracuse

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The Boys from Syracuse Now through March 30th 8 p.m. Fri & Sat 3 p.m. Sun Tickets: $22 / $20 Box Office: (845) 876-3080 STUDENT RUSH TICKETS – $15 at the door for… Continue reading

BLOOD DRIVE: Rhinebeck High School

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 The National Honor Society will sponsor a blood drive on Wednesday, April 9 from 9-3 at Rhinebeck High School. We need you to give the gift of life! Please come to the main… Continue reading

SUMMER CAMP 2014

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Originally posted on Rhinebeck Community Forum:
SUMMER CAMP 2014   IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE LISTED ON SUMMER CAMP 2014  PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT WITH YOUR INFO. 2014 Rhinebeck New York –…

NYS Parks & Historic Sites The 2014 New York State – digital camping guide has arrived!

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S’mores, bright stars, tents, campfires…. Start planning your summer adventure. Read On: http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/nysparks/ny_campingguide2014/#/8

Rhinebeck Garden Club Guest Speaker Mark Adams, co-owner of Adams Greenhouses

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Rhinebeck Garden Club Friday, March 28, 7pm, Rhinebeck Town Hall Speaker Mark Adams, co-owner of Adams Greenhouses, a 5-acre growing facility in Poughkeepsie will present “What’s New in the World of Perennials and… Continue reading

Rhinebeck – 56th ANNUAL- LANDSMAN KILL STOCKING CLUB FISHING CONTEST

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Originally posted on Rhinebeck Community Forum:
2014 56th ANNUAL LANDSMAN KILL STOCKING CLUB FISHING CONTEST Open to all Rhinebeck School District Children ages 3 to under 16 CONTEST REGISTRATION–Saturday, March 22nd 9:30 – Noon at…

Big Night is coming, and we’re looking for volunteers!

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Each spring frogs and salamanders return to their woodland pools in large numbers to lay eggs.  They face many hazards on their journey, and roads are one of their biggest threats.  You can… Continue reading

Rhinebeck – Community Gardeners meeting is set for March 29th, 2014

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Hello Rhinebeck Community Gardeners, Spring is here! The birds are singing and the garden is calling. It is time to start thinking about digging in the dirt. Our first Community Gardeners meeting is… Continue reading

Pat Hart, local collage artist, will be showing recent works at Bread and Bottle through the month of April.

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Opening reception on Friday April 4th from 4:00 to 6:00 pm. 7496 S. Broadway, Red Hook, New York 12571 (845) 758-3499

The Rhinebeck Farmers’ Market is pleased to announce the 2014 John Honey Scholarship

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Purpose: Named after Rhinebeck Farmers Market founder John Honey, the scholarship is intended to support the education and future success of a student who is dedicated to promoting local agriculture and enhancing the… Continue reading

Morton Fill a Bag Book Sale

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Fill a Bag Book Sale Library Open Hours Come in to our Ongoing Book Sale and fill up a designated bag for only $5.00. 
Sales benefit Morton and purchases benefit you,
 your family,… Continue reading

Morton Acoustic Night March 21st, 2014

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Morton Acoustic Night Friday, March 21 @ 8:00 Before microphones, before amplifiers, before electric guitars, there was… Pure Acoustic Music!

 Featuring:  Mike Aguirre, Spatter the Mud, Laura Sumner, Max Gabriel. Donations suggested.
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The Town of Rhinebeck immediate opening for a part-time secretary

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The Town of Rhinebeck has an immediate opening for a part-time secretary to work about 20 hours per week, at $12 per hour, including two evenings a month to cover meetings. There is… Continue reading

“Take Back Your Power” – March 25th, 2014

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http://www.takebackyourpower.net/ Tuesday March. 25th 5:30 pm  Join local anti-“smart”-meter activists Marta Knapp, Judy Green, Raji Nevin, Steve Romine, Weston Blelock (and Co. Leg. Joel Tyner)– for their screening of the award-winning Josh del Sol… Continue reading

The Daily Freeman Reports – VILLAGE ELECTIONS: Results

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http://www.dailyfreeman.com/general-news/20140318/village-elections-results-from-rhinebeck-catskill-hunter-saugerties-tivoli-tannersville-athens-coxsackie

SUMMER CAMP 2014

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SUMMER CAMP 2014   IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE LISTED ON SUMMER CAMP 2014  PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT WITH YOUR INFO. 2014 Rhinebeck New York – Summer Satellite Location Rensselaer is committed… Continue reading