Monthly Archive: March, 2017

Get Ready Rhinebeck! 59th Annual Landsman Kill Stocking Club Fishing Contest

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Red Hook Inn – TEA ROOM

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TheRedHookInn.com is planning to open an authentic ‘TEA ROOM’ beginning in May 2017 through October. We will have seatings at 12 and 2 in the afternoon featuring fabulous teas, finger sandwiches, scones with… Continue reading

Hyde Park rehabilitation office to host Open House

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    Hyde Park, N.Y. – Physical and occupational therapists range in personality, techniques and specialties, so finding an ideal match can involve a little homework.   To help, Northern Dutchess Hospital will… Continue reading

THE RHINEBECK HISTORICAL SOCIETY – Upcoming Programs

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    Friday, March 31, at 7:30pm at the Starr Library, The History of Old Time Radio   Ron Gabriel will lecture on The Golden Age of Radio. We will learn about the… Continue reading

The Brookmeade Community Wins Intalere Healthcare Achievement Award

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Recognized for outstanding operational improvements to ensure best-in-class healthcare delivery Rhinebeck, NY – The Brookmeade Community has been recognized by Intalere, the healthcare industry leader in delivering optimal cost, quality and clinical outcomes,… Continue reading

Get Ready Rhinebeck! 59th Annual Landsman Kill Stocking Club Fishing Contest

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RHINEBECK SCHOLARSHIP FUND APPLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE

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Rhinebeck, New York….The Board of Trustees of Rhinebeck Community Scholarship Fund (formerly Dollars for Scholars) has announced that the 2017 scholarship applications are now available in the Rhinebeck High School Guidance Office. Candidates… Continue reading

CARRICK PHOTOGRAPHY is proud to offer a sampling of our work at this year’s BENEDICTINE HEALTH FOUNDATION’S 8th Annual Sip & Savor – Kingston, NY

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Originally posted on M . Salamone – Carrick Photography:
Rockin’ the Hudson Valley with today’s youth! Events:  Sample Sip & Savor Friday, March 31, 2017 5:30pm – 8:30pm HOSTED BY Dutton Architecture, PLLC 15…

SAVE THE DATE – Saturday April 29​th, 2017 at 9 AM (Kickoff at Hobson’s Appliance)

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Spring Tree Planting in the Village of Rhinebeck. Bring your children, friends and neighbors and help Rhinebeck’s Tree Commission plant trees throughout the village. May past volunteers feel the appreciation of our community… Continue reading

General surgeon enhances Northern Dutchess Hospital’s minimally invasive capabilities

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  Rhinebeck – Dr. Frances Allocco recently joined Health Quest Medical Practice as a general surgeon with office hours in Rhinebeck and surgical privileges at Northern Dutchess Hospital.   Allocco moved her practice… Continue reading

Spring Break Earth Camp

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A week of environmental science and awareness for youth at Red Hook Public Library.    Just because school is out doesn’t mean learning stops: From 1-3 PM on Monday April 10th through Friday… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Rotary to Honor H.K. Staley Jr and the Dutchess County Agricultural Society at Annual Awards Dinner on May 8th 2017

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    On Monday, May 8, 2017, the Rhinebeck Rotary Club will hold its annual Service Above Self Awards and Recognition Dinner from 6 p. to 9 pm at the new “Welcome Center”… Continue reading

Fifth Annual HUDSON VALLEY HISTORY READING FESTIVAL

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The Franklin D. Roosevelt  Presidential Library and Museum and the Friends of the  Poughkeepsie Public Library District  present the Fifth Annual  HUDSON VALLEY HISTORY  READING FESTIVAL Featuring Authors of  Recently Published Books on  Hudson… Continue reading

STEP BACK IN TIME WITH HUDSON VALLEY PLAYWRIGHTS 

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A benefit for the Morton Memorial Library & Community House A MIDDLE CLASS RETROSPECTIVE, MARCH – APRIL 2017 Beginning March 31, the Community Room at the Morton Memorial Library in Rhinecliff will be… Continue reading

Letter to the Editor: A Letter to the Village of Rhinebeck from David Miller

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  I am very upset about the ongoing bickering over Tuesday’s Village election. The 2016 Presidential election, that divided our country, seems to have spilled into our Village. A week ago, we had… Continue reading

Letter to the Editor : THE STORM OVER WASHINGTON IS HEADING OUR WAY

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  Last week Debi Duke circulated a post about the upcoming Village election that ended with this message: “In some years [for Village elections], party doesn’t matter. This is NOT such a year.” Debi’s message… Continue reading

Cemetery Talks Sunday, March 19th @ 2:00 PM – Friends of Rhinebeck Cemetery

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Rhinebeck Community Forum & Carrick Photography’s – M. Salamone Show at Grand Cru Rhinebeck

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If you haven’t gotten a chance to get to Grand Cru in Rhinebeck to see my photos , you still have a few more weeks. I’ll be taking the show down at the… Continue reading

Village of Rhinebeck Snow Removal Update

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I would like to extend a big thanks to Deputy Mayor (and Highway Department Liaison) Howie Traudt and Village Superintendent of Public Works John Fenton for their work coordinating Friday’s snow removal operation. … Continue reading

Letter to the Editor: “People not politics” slate should renounce national Republicans

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    In the upcoming Rhinebeck Village election, one side claims to be about “people not politics.” They say traditional parties are irrelevant in small places like ours, while accepting endorsement, and presumably… Continue reading

Letter to the Editor: Support Heath Tortarella for Mayor of Rhinebeck Village

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  Four years ago, the day after my family moved into the Rhinebeck Village, we were knee-deep in boxes, scrambling to establish a new life in a new community. Our doorbell rang, and… Continue reading

FREE Magic Show with Bee Bee the Clown, Saturday March 18, 1 PM at Clinton Community Library!

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  Mark your calendars because Bee Bee the Clown is going to be at the library Sat. at 1 for a special St. Patrick’s Day Magic Show! Kids of all ages will enjoy… Continue reading

Letter to the Editor : Village of Rhinebeck Election; March 21

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Ladies & Gentlemen: I am writing to ask you to support the following candidates in the March 21st election in the Village of Rhinebeck: Gary Bassett for Mayor Gina Fox for Trustee Ric Lewit for Trustee… Continue reading

Spring wellness series returns to Rhinebeck hospital

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    Rhinebeck, N.Y. – Northern Dutchess Hospital’s Wellness Series returns this spring with informative programs highlighting health and wellness. Programs are held from 2-3:30 p.m. Mondays monthly from April to June in… Continue reading

MAYOR HEATH TORTARELLA ON THE VILLAGE WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY

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Wastewater may not be the most glamorous topic, but the service provided by our wastewater department is critical to the function of our Village. In addition to the “downtown” business district, our department… Continue reading

Village Informational Notice Issued Thursday Evening, March 16, 2017

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SNOW REMOVAL:  Please be advised that snow removal will begin tomorrow morning, Friday, March 17th on East Market Street at 6:00 AM and will continue through most of the day in an effort… Continue reading

Episcopal Church of the Messiah Third Thursday Luncheon Thursday, March 16, 2017

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  The Church of the Messiah, located at 6436 Montgomery Street in Rhinebeck, New York, will hold the monthly “Third Thursday Luncheon” on Thursday, March 16, 2017.  As part of Messiah’s Outreach Programs, each luncheon benefits a local… Continue reading

Countywide State of Emergency Amended to Include On Street Parking Ban Travel Ban Remains in Effect

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The countywide State of Emergency for the County of Dutchess, which includes an order prohibiting travel on all county roadways except for emergency personnel, remains in effect as the region continues to experience… Continue reading

Letter to the Editor : To the voters of the Village of Rhinebeck

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Having served as the Mayor of the Village of Rinebeck, I had the pleasure of working with some very talented and dedicated individuals. Three of these people are running for re-election on March… Continue reading

Troop K reminds motorists to avoid unnecessary travel during Winter Storm Stella

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Salt Point, New York – The New York State Police from Troop K, covering Columbia, Dutchess, Putnam and Westchester Counties, would like to remind motorist to use extreme caution, if they must travel… Continue reading