Monthly Archive: April, 2015

Rhinebeck’s Center for Healthy Aging offers Body in Harmony balance clinic 

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    Rhinebeck, N.Y. – Northern Dutchess Hospital’s Center for Healthy Aging, pharmacy and physical therapy departments will partner to present Body in Harmony, a balance clinic, on Thursday, May 21.   Adults… Continue reading

Chuggington Comes to Kingston!

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All trains depart from Westbook Station at Kingston Plaza Catskill Mountain Railroad will host an immersive event inspired by the popular children’s television show Chuggington. The event, Chuggington: A Traintastic Adventure!, brings the… Continue reading

Breezy Hill Orchard Wassail Balkan Dance Party

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Mid-Hudson Classical Guitar Society Presents: Benjamin Beirs, Guitarist, Composer

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Sunday, May 3 @ 3:00 With an education marked by his tutelage under the renowned Julian Gray at the Peabody Conservatory, Benjamin Beirs is the incarnation of the 21st century musician who teaches,… Continue reading

The Daily Freeman Reports : Rhinebeck board OKs spending more than $1 million for park improvements

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RHINEBECK >> The Town Board has authorized spending up to $1.05 million on the first phase of planned improvements at Thompson-Mazzarella Park. At a board meeting Monday, officials noted that a $250,000 bond… Continue reading

TICKETS ON SALE NOW!  Come to Hudson Valley Playwrights 1st Annual Short Play Festival at The CENTER for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck May 8th through 10th. 2015

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 Tickets are pay what you will! You can purchase tickets using the following link: http://www.centerforperformingarts.org/whats-playing/item/hudson-valley-playwrights?category_id=34   Parents please be advised that the Friday, May 8th, and Saturday, May 9th, performances are not suitable for… Continue reading

At The Starr

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Art Exhibit:   Peace and Love; Works Inspired by Peter Max  by Students from Dutchess Day School May 2nd thru June 2nd Starr Library 68 West Market Street Rhinebeck, NY 12572 (845) 876-4030… Continue reading

What’s behind the “USDA Organic” label.

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WHAT IS ORGANIC? with  Emily Cook and Erin Campbell-Craven  Cornell Cooperative Extension Educators Thursday, May 14th 6:30pm CCE Organic Fruit and Vegetable Production Educator, Emily Cook and CCE Livestock Educator, Erin Campbell-Craven, will… Continue reading

Open House Scheduled to Gather Public Input on Upper Route 9G Transportation Study

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  Poughkeepsie – The Poughkeepsie-Dutchess County Transportation Council (PDCTC) will host an Open House onWednesday, May 6th on the campus of Bard College to gather public input on existing transportation safety and mobility… Continue reading

History of the Hudson River Valley     Local author to discuss book at Elmendorph Inn

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    (RED HOOK, NY) – Travel deep into the history of the Hudson Valley when Vernon Benjamin, author of History of the Hudson River Valley: from Wilderness to the Civil War, speaks at… Continue reading

Chief White House Correspondent for U.S. News & World Report KENNETH T. WALSH — author of CELEBRITY IN CHIEF: A HISTORY OF THE PRESIDENTS AND THE CULTURE OF STARDOM

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The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum presents an author talk and book signing with Chief White House Correspondent for U.S. News & World Report KENNETH T. WALSH — author of CELEBRITY… Continue reading

For the Birds Red Hook Public Library presents guided bird talk at Poet’s Walk

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    (RED HOOK, NY) – Avid birders and people who have trouble telling the difference between a finch and a swallow are invited to attend a bird-watching walk at the peak of the… Continue reading

Summer Science Red Hook Public Library to host summer science camps

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(RED HOOK, NY) —    In partnership with Bard College’s Center for Civic Engagement, the Red Hook Public Library will host several hands-on science camps for children and teens this July. For students entering grades… Continue reading

Artwork by Rhinebeck Central School District Students at Montgomery Row

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“Rejuvenation” Artwork by Rhinebeck Central School District Students May 1 – May 31, 2015 Opening Reception This Friday, May 1, 5pm-7pm The ninth annual group exhibition of works by students attending Rhinebeck Central… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Manta Rays Swim Team

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What are you doing this summer? Join the Rhinebeck Manta Rays Swim Team! All Swimmers ages 5-18 are welcome Practices are offered daily beginning June 29. Be part of a time-honored Town of… Continue reading

Join the Conversation

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Share Your Thoughts with the Rhinebeck Central School District Board of Education

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This Thursday, April 30, 2015, the Rhinebeck Central School Board of Education will hold the third in this year’s series of informal “coffee hours” this year that are open to parents, students, and… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Town 2015 RECREATION INFO

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Click here – 2015 RECREATION BROCHURE RHINEBECK RECREATION PRESENTS May 9, 2015 9 am to noon – Summer Programs informational meeting and registration.      

Bard College Conservatory of Music

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“REJUVENATION” is from May 1 – May 29, 2015.

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Montgomery Row Second Level 6423 Montgomery Street (Route 9) in Rhinebeck _________________________________________________   “REJUVENATION” Artwork by Rhinebeck Central School District Students   May 1 – May 29, 2015   Opening Reception Friday, May… Continue reading

2015 Car Show Rhinebeck

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What’s Your Story? Red Hook Public Library offers month-long writing workshop for adults

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    (RED HOOK, NY) –Have you dabbled in fiction writing or thought about trying? Hone your abilities to write and read short fiction at Red Hook Public Library’s Fiction Workshop, which will… Continue reading

Spring For Sound Music Festival Millerton NY

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Millerton, New York, April 13, 2015 —-Spring in the Village of Millerton, New York, means Spring for Sound, Millerton’s annual homegrown music festival, this year celebrating its fifth anniversary and promising to be… Continue reading

LOBBY HERO – Extended! now through Sunday May 3, 2015 at Tangent Theatre in Tivoli

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LOBBY HERO by Kenneth Lonergan  Extended! now through Sunday May 3, 2015 Last two weekends: Reserve here! @ the Carpenter Shop Theater 60 Broadway  |  Tivoli, New York  Thursdays – Saturdays 8pm   Sundays… Continue reading

The Kingston Police Department is requesting the public’s assistance in locating Iva Fitzpatrick-Sauter.

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Franklin D. Roosevelt  Presidential Library and Museum Exhibition Opening:  

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“The Spirit of the Gift: Gifts of State and Affection”   Public Reception and Exhibit Preview Friday, April 24, 2015  at 7:00 p.m. beginning in the Henry A. Wallace Center at the FDR Presidential Library and… Continue reading

IZLIND: INTEGRATIVE WELLNESS CENTER & INSTITUTE CELEBRATED ITS GRAND OPENING IN RHINEBECK, NY ON THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 16th

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RHINEBECK— On Thursday, April 16, 2015 friends, colleagues, and town officials celebrated the grand opening of the Izlind Integrative Wellness Center & Institute of Rhinebeck with Dr. Beth Gershuny Ph.D., Izlind’s founder and… Continue reading

Mills Mansion to be leased to a private entity for upscale catering – Just say “NO”

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A letter to the editor Important !!!! Hudson Valley friends; NYS is in the process of leasing Mills Mansion to a private entity for use as a upscale catering facility. This would destroy… Continue reading

Village Informational Notice Issued Monday, April 20, 2015

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Village of Rhinebeck Planning Board Agenda April 21, 2015 Beginning at 7:15 p.m. Village Hall 76 East Market St. Agenda: Smoky Rock BBQ 6367 Mill St. Relocate smoker Amended Site Plan Review Public… Continue reading

RHINBECK ROTARY ALERTED TO RELAY FOR LIFE

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    The Rhinebeck Rotary, at a regular meeting at the Beekman Arms on Monday, April 13, 2015, hosted Ms. Gabby Scull, Relay for Life Specialist at the Eastern Division of the American… Continue reading