Monthly Archive: September, 2016

The Eleanor Roosevelt Val-Kill Partnership and the National Park Service invite you to our 4th Annual Val-Kill Picnic & Square Dance!!!!

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JOIN US ON SAT, SEPT 17, FROM 1 TO 5 PM! ************************************************ More Info: http://valkill.org/annual-val-kill-picnic–square-dance.html ALL AGES WELCOME Square dancers of all abilities and ages welcome… Or simply come and enjoy Val-Kill as… Continue reading

Notice from RHINEBECK CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT : The Community Facilities Taskforce

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    The Rhinebeck Central School District Board of Education has identified stewardship of the District’s school buildings and facilities as a major priority this school year and is requesting the assistance of… Continue reading

Riverkeeper – Help us celebrate our 50th:September ‘River Talks’

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  A Conversation with John Mylod, Fisherman and River Advocate When: Tuesday, September 27: 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM Where: Beacon Historical Society, 477 Main St, Beacon, NY MAP > This River Talk at the Beacon Historical… Continue reading

Flag Football Clinic & Registration

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Rhinebeck PTSO Block Party September 16, 2016

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Village Informational Notice Issued

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Legal Notice Please Take Notice: That the Village of Rhinebeck Board of Trustees will be holding a Public Hearing at the regularly scheduled board meeting held on September 13 at 7pmat the Village… Continue reading

PORCHFEST EVENT TO BRING OVER 40 BANDS TO RHINEBECK VILLAGE STREETS ON SEPTEMBER 17

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    Rhinebeck, New York……On September 17, Rhinebeck villagers will enjoy the sounds and energy of over 40 bands as Porchfest makes its way to the historic community.   Porchfest, a national not-for-profit… Continue reading

RHINEBECK REFORMED CHURCH FOOD PANTRY THANKS THE LIONS CLUB

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    Our pantry has more school supplies thanks to a generous donation from the Rhinebeck Lions Club for us to purchase them locally from Stickle’s Variety Store. THANK YOU for helping us… Continue reading

In Remembrance 911

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Originally posted on Rhinebeck Community Forum:
Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Musician and former NY Congressman John Hall (founder of the band Orleans) to sing and speak at Oblong Books, Rhinebeck

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JOHN HALL Still the One: A Rock ‘n’ Roll Journey to Congress and Back Thursday, September 22 – 6pm Oblong Books & Music  6422 Montgomery Street, Rhinebeck FREE – RSVP Required – oblongbooks.com Former… Continue reading

Heathers: the Musical

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Sept. 9 – 18 8pm Fri & Sat 3pm Sun Tickets: $27 / $25 Box Office (845) 876-3080    STUDENT TICKETS – $20 at the door with student i.d. Group rates available.  Please… Continue reading

Hudson Valley Wine & Food Fest

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September 10th & 11th, 2016 Dutchess Co. Fairgrounds – Rhinebeck, NY   For 14 years, the Hudson Valley Wine & Food Fest has been one of New York’s premier showcases for New York… Continue reading

Log your exercise, win prizes during Health Quest’s Get Fit fall challenge

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    Lace up your shoes and get ready to make the Hudson Valley your gym during the next Get Fit Hudson Valley six-week challenge. The challenge is held from Sept. 10 to… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Porchfest Jams!

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RHINEBECK PORCHFEST 2016 SAVE THE DATE: SEPTEMBER 17, 11-5PM For More Info : http://www.rbkporchfest.com/ Please Check Facebook Page For Updates https://www.facebook.com/Rhinebeck-Porchfest-1268169106545831/ PORCHFEST MUSIC FESTIVALS HAVE BEEN TAKING HOLD IN MANY COMMUNITIES AROUND THE COUNTRY.… Continue reading

Winnakee Land Trust Annual Tour of Historic Barns and Working Farms

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  September 24th- 11:00 am to 6:00 pm Winnakee Land Trust Annual Tour of Historic Barns and Working Farms The annual barn tour will wind through Northern Dutchess towns of Red Hook and Rhinebeck starting off… Continue reading

Travel from Bach to the Beatles with Jeremy Denk

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    The Bard College Conservatory of Music Celebrates 10 Years of Innovative Music Education with a Solo Concert by Pianist Jeremy Denk Jeremy Denk’s exploration across centuries, Music from Bach to Schubert… Continue reading

Hudson Valley Dance Festival Expands Lineup for October 8 Return to Catskill, NY

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Kyle Abraham/Abraham.In.Motion and Emery LeCrone Dance Added to World-Class Dance Companies Set to Perform Produced by and benefiting Dancers Responding to AIDS, a program of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS    Hudson Valley Dance… Continue reading

Sinterklaas Mask Coloring

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Primary care physician joins Health Quest Medical Practice in Kingston

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    Kingston – Dr. Catherine Agricola recently joined Health Quest Medical Practice as a primary care physician in the Kingston Plaza office, 334 Plaza Road, where she cares for adults and pediatric… Continue reading

John Folchi-A Survey A Solo Exhibit Of Paintings By John Folchi

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  Montgomery Row Second Level 6423 Montgomery Street (Route 9) in Rhinebeck October 3 – November 24, 2016   October 3 – November 24, 2016 – Montgomery Row Second Level, 6423 Montgomery Street,… Continue reading

Taste of New Paltz

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Read Local Red Hook Public Library presents Heaven’s Ditch author Jack Kelly

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    (RED HOOK, NY) –The Erie Canal may have been completed nearly two centuries ago, but even now, there’s no shortage of stories to tell about it. Local author Jack Kelly does… Continue reading

Half-Days, Full Fun Red Hook Public Library offers elementary STEAM programs on half-days

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    (RED HOOK, NY) –If half-days have you hunting for things to do, look no further than STEAM Time at the Red Hook Public Library. The program will meet from 1-3 p.m.… Continue reading

“Treasures” OR “What I’ve Found in My Backyard” Call for art

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Hasn’t everyone been working in the yard, perhaps weeding, digging, or even just raking leaves and all of a sudden, something unexpected appears? Perhaps it’s not a Mastodon bone or buried gold coins… Continue reading

Mid-Hudson Classical Guitar Society Presents: Music of the British Isles Part II

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Sunday, September 18 @ 3:00 Members of the Society will perform works from England, Ireland and Scotland.  We uncovered so much great music when we selected this theme last February, that we decided… Continue reading

Oblong Books and Music Presents: Welcome to Night Vale at Morton 
Thursday, September 15 @ 6:00

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Don’t miss this amazing chance to see & meet Jospeh Fink & Jeffrey Cranor, creators of the #1 international podcast – Welcome to Night Vale. Tickets: $20 – $40* *SINGLE TICKET (Admits 1): $20… Continue reading

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (Mahwenawasigh Chapter) — in commemoration of Constitution Week — present a conversation with Professor John Q. Barrett, contributor to THE PRESIDENTS AND THE CONSTITUTION: A LIVING HISTORY

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The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum and the Friday, September 16, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. Henry A. Wallace Center at the FDR Presidential Library and Home HYDE PARK, NY — The Franklin… Continue reading

It’s Time. The Apple is back!

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Photo Credit M. Salamone Cedar Heights Orchard http://www.rhinebeckapples.com/ – 7 Crosby Ln, Rhinebeck, NY 12572 Breezy Hill Orchards http://www.hudsonvalleycider.com – 828 Centre Rd, Staatsburg, NY 12580 Mead Orchards LLC   http://www.meadorchards.com 15 Scism Rd,… Continue reading

“Living on the Ice”

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invites you to join us for a special presentation by Karen Shafer: LIVING ON THE ICE Sunday, September 18 at 3:00 pm Arbor Ridge Community Room When Karen Shafer was ready to retire… Continue reading

RHINEBECK REFORMED CHURCH FOOD PANTRY WE HAVE SCHOOL SUPPLIES!

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  As you can see from the photo our pantry has school supplies thanks to The Rhinebeck Chamber of Commerce.  THANK YOU for helping us help our community’s families. These required school supplies… Continue reading