Monthly Archive: March, 2015

Easter Fun at Southlands

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It’s that time of year again! Join us for our annual Easter Fun Day…it is always a spectacular event!

Ginger Long’s Strength & Vulnerability: Comes A Time To Find Your Place

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I went to the annual Rhinecliff Talent Show at the Morton Memorial Library this past Friday night. The talent show, much like the community is a small slice of magic, with a certain… Continue reading

Movies with Spirit at the Church of the Messiah

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Saturday, March 21st at 7pm – Parish Hall Walking the Camino – This award-winning documentary, by Lydia Smith, follows a half-dozen pilgrims, ages 3 to 73, as they attempt to walk the traditional… Continue reading

HUDSON VALLEY RESTAURANT WEEK

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Celebrating the Hudson Valley Returns March 9-22, 2015 Dine. Drink. Discover the Hudson Valley! Hudson Valley Restaurant Week returns March 9-22, 2015. Nearly 200 of the region’s top restaurants offer prix fixe, three-course… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Rotary Features Presentation on Rotary Youth Exchange Program

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On Monday, March 2, 2015, during its regular meeting at The Beekman Arms, the Rhinebeck Rotary featured a presentation by Nan and David Greenwood, longtime Rotarians and District 7210 inbound heads of The… Continue reading

Mill Street Loft ART Classes — new session beginning NEXT Week in Red Hook

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 Arts Oasis on Rte. 199 (across from Taste Bud’s)! Classes for ALL ages 5 – 9, 9 – 12, 11 – 14, 14 – Adult. For kids — so much fun, exploration and… Continue reading

Help for the Naturalization Test Red Hook Public Library adds study aids to collection.

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        (RED HOOK, NY) —    Applying for U.S. Citizenship can be a daunting process.  Red Hook Public Library hopes to support those efforts by adding three sets of study flash cards… Continue reading

Grooming 101 Red Hook Public Library hosts dog grooming seminar

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    (RED HOOK, NY) – Fur will fly at Red Hook Public Library’s Dog Grooming 101 seminar at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 25. Learn how to tame those unruly tresses and get… Continue reading

Low Mortgage Rates and Home Prices Signal Big Opportunities for Homebuyers

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Written by Marybeth Cale, Cale Communications, for Rhinebeck Bank   Mortgage rates have plummeted to historic lows, and the prices of homes are better than ever. It is without question, the perfect time… Continue reading

AGRICULTURE IN EDUCATION:  Nurturing Human Values Presentation by Nicki Robb, Director of the Land Stewardship Program at the Hartsbrook Waldorf School 

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  Wednesday, March 25, 2015 – 6:30pm Open to the Public Light Refreshments Served   Primrose Hill Community Space 6571 Springbrook Avenue, Rhinebeck   For more information contact info@primrosehillschool.com or (845) 876-1226 http://www.primrosehillschool.com

Say NO to Costly New Power Lines by MARCH 30th, 2015

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The power line proceeding was put on hold for the greater part of 2014, but it is now moving full steam ahead! There has been another round of public comment called for by… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Village Informational Notice Issued Monday, March 9, 2015

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Village of Rhinebeck Board of Trustees Meeting Agenda Tuesday March 10, 2015  7:00 PM 1.  Pledge of Allegiance 2.  County Legislator Joel Tyner 3. Department Reports    A. Treasurer’s report    B.  Water… Continue reading

Rural Rhinebeck Neighbors

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  We are an association of residents concerned with the proposed increased mining activity along White Schoolhouse Road and its impact on our environment, quality of life and the negative reflection an expansion… Continue reading

MERI – MERIDITH GREEN’S Finding aMERIca : Finding strength in Facebook?

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March 8th, 2015 It’s funny, when you look at someone’s social media you think you’re getting a glimpse into their life; their perfect, happy, good hair day, perfect smile life.  And then, you… Continue reading

BARD MUSIC CAMP

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July 6 – 18, 2015 Register by April 10, and Registration fee ($25) is waived!   Regular Registration Deadline:  June 1st   LIMITED SPOTS AVAILABLE – APPLY NOW! For more information, please contact us… Continue reading

**UPDATE** Mr. Bleau’s family reports that he has been located and is now home safe. State Police are seeking the public’s assistance to help locate a missing Claverack man

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Originally posted on Rhinebeck Community Forum:
Claverack, New York – The New York State Police are attempting to locate James E. Bleau, 75 years old, of Claverack, New York.  Mr. Bleau was last…

CLS Teachers to present at Rhinebeck Central School Board of Education meeting this week.

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Chancellor Livingston Elementary School teachers will report to the Board of Education on their project to deepen student engagement in mathematical reasoning. The teachers will discuss what they have learned from this Rhinebeck Science… Continue reading

“TRANSFOURMING SORROW” By Kardash Onnig Centennial Commemoration of the Armenian Genocide (1915-2015)

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Stanfordville, NY, March 6 – Artist Kardash Onnig, of Armenian descent, will unveil a powerful multimedia installation on four consecutive Saturdays, opening April 25th and continuing May 2nd, 9th and 16th from 11am –… Continue reading

**UPDATE** Mr. Bleau’s family reports that he has been located and is now home safe. State Police are seeking the public’s assistance to help locate a missing Claverack man

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Claverack, New York – The New York State Police are attempting to locate James E. Bleau, 75 years old, of Claverack, New York.  Mr. Bleau was last seen on Tuesday, March 3, 2015… Continue reading

Celebrate Spring at The Baptist Home!

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Come and celebrate our community and all of our talents at Morton on Friday evening

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 Doors open at 6 pm and performances start at 7 pm.

Community Celebration Red Hook Public Library celebrates Best Small Library in America award

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    (RED HOOK, NY) —  Kick up your heels with your neighbors at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 14, at a dance party at the Old Lyceum theater at 23 Route 199 in the… Continue reading

Psychu and Storytelling Red Hook Public Library and Bard College offer Spring Break Creative Writing Camp

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    (RED HOOK, NY) — Red Hook Public Library and  Bard’s Center for Civic Engagement have partnered to present a Creative Writing Camp for youths in grades 4 and up from noon… Continue reading

COME SUPPORT THE ZONING AMENDMENT ON MONDAY, MARCH 9th – 6:45 pm

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Rural Rhinebeck Neighbors An association of residents concerned with the proposed increased mining activity along White Schoolhouse Road and its impact on our environment, quality of life and the negative reflection an expansion… Continue reading

Church of the Messiah Third Thursday Luncheon:  Thursday, March 19, 2015

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Episcopal Church of the Messiah Third Thursday Luncheon Thursday, March 19, 2015 The Church of the Messiah, located at 6436 Montgomery Street in Rhinebeck, New York, will hold the monthly “Third Thursday Luncheon”… Continue reading

Omega Women’s Leadership Center

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Join the Omega Women’s Leadership Center (OWLC) this Saturday, March 7, in the Hudson Valley.  Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce is hosting its International Women’s Day – Hudson Valley at theWalkway Over the Hudson… Continue reading

Village Informational Notice Issued Tuesday, March 3, 2015

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Press Release from Mayor Heath Tortarella 3/2/15 Senator Schumer has submitted a letter to FEMA, urging the agency to release the funds promised for repairs to Asher Dam and the downstream pedestrian bridge… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Area Chamber of Commerce Announces Workshop Series with Executive Coach Marybeth Cale

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    Rhinebeck NY… The Rhinebeck Area Chamber of Commerce has announced that it will be hosting “The Success Odyssey”, a 5- part workshop series developed and delivered by executive coach, life coach… Continue reading