Monthly Archive: March, 2018

2018 60th ANNUAL LANDSMAN KILL STOCKING CLUB FISHING CONTEST

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  Open to all Rhinebeck School District children ages 3 to under 16 REGISTRATION STARTING  March 1st  at Convenience Corner (Village Mobil) LATE REGISTRATION: 11 am – NOON before the stocking   STREAM CLEAN-UP – SAT., APRIL 14TH – MINI PARK… Continue reading

HOLY WEEK AND EASTER SCHEDULE 2018 at The Church of The Messiah

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Palm Sunday—March 25, 2018 On this day we reenact the procession of Jesus into Jerusalem with palms and special music. Immediately, though, we are in Holy Week as we hear the story of… Continue reading

Dancing into Spring like…

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Photo by Bryan Derballa for The New York Times Spring Talks Tony Kushner on Leonard Bernstein April 20 Pulitzer- and Tony Award–winning playwright and screenwriter Tony Kushner’s Angels in Americaopens this weekend—its first return to… Continue reading

THE TOWN OF RHINEBECK NEWSLETTER SUPERVISOR’S MESSAGE, MARCH 2018 TOWN-WIDE REVALUATION AND REASSESSMENT PROJECT

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This past October the Town Board issued a Request For Proposal (RFP) for a Town-wide Reassessment Project. This was done on the recommendation and at the request of our Assessors. The RFP was… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Town Supervisor’s Message

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  TOWNWIDE REVALUATION AND REASSESSMENT PROJECT This past October the Town Board issued a Request For Proposal (RFP) for a Town-wide Reassessment Project. This was done on the recommendation and at the request… Continue reading

For Anderson Center for Autism, April Marked by Autism Awareness Month Events

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Friday, April 6, 2018 Mr. Anderson Ale Re-Launch Event @Mill House Brewing Company, 289 Mill Street, Poughkeepsie Time: 5PM-7PM Tickets/more info at: andersoncenterforautism.org/mranderson   April 10, 2018 Anderson Center for Autism Art Show… Continue reading

RHINEBECK COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP FUND APPLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE

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The Board of Trustees of Rhinebeck Community Scholarship Fund (formerly Dollars for Scholars) has announced that the 2018 scholarship applications are now available in the Rhinebeck High School Guidance Office. Candidates wishing to… Continue reading

Latin inspired pieces feature NEXUS, one of the premier percussion ensembles in the world

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  HYDE PARK, NY – The Northern Dutchess Symphony Orchestra will heat up the evening with two Latin pieces inspired by famous works. First, the Four Seasons of Buenos Aires, a collection of… Continue reading

Dutchess County Division of Solid Waste Management Household Hazardous Waste Disposal & Electronics Recycling

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Rhinebeck GREAT SUMMER EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY!

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  The Town of Rhinebeck seeks an Aquatics Director to  oversee swim lessons and lifeguards for the 2018 summer season.  Must have Lifeguard certification (preferably WSI), Lifeguard Management Course certification and be at least… Continue reading

Culinary crawl offers best of Rhinebeck’s food and beverage scene  

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Rhinebeck – Taste of Rhinebeck returns at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 17, offering a memorable exploration of the local food scene. Taste is walkable culinary crawl with stops inside restaurants, spirit shops and specialty food retailers along… Continue reading

FINANCIAL PLANNING PRACTICE OPENS NEW OFFICE IN HISTORIC RHINEBECK VILLAGE

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Rhinebeck, New York……Vicki L. Haak, CFP®, village of Rhinebeck resident, announced today the relocation of her longtime financial planning practice to 30 East Market Street, Suite 1 in the historic business district of… Continue reading

On Wednesday March 21, Metro-North will operate a reduced weekday schedule with some combined/cancelled trains during the peak periods.  

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In the evening, Metro-North plans to further reduce its service to hourly to ensure safety during the storm. Customers should anticipate delays due to the effects of the winter storm throughout our service territory.… Continue reading

Diabetes and Hyperthyroidism in Cats By Dr. Julianne Porter

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  Cats are unique creatures – from their varying coat colors to their diverse personalities – they are certainly different than their human cohabitants. They are obligate carnivores, meaning they have to eat… Continue reading

Rhinebeck FROM THE RECREATION DESK

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  We are pleased to announce a new horseback riding program!  This four-week program is offered by Southlands Foundation located at 121 US Highway 9S in Rhinebeck. Choose from three classes: Adults, School Age children 10-12… Continue reading

IMPORTANT- Rhinebeck, Rhinecliff, Tivoli, Barrytown, Cheviot, Germantown, Livingston, Hudson, Greenport

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You  have 13 days to comment!! Amtrak wants to build a fence that will block people’s access to the Hudson River. The fence will go from Rhinebeck to Stuyvesant. At this writing, comments… Continue reading

Community Music Summer Fest at The Spiegeltent!

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The Community Music Summer Fest is July 29th and we are looking for performers! Check out all the opportunities below and then contact us to get involved! Solo, Duet, and Trio Performers 5 rehearsals with CMS… Continue reading

New York Theatre Ballet’s “Mother Goose” Ballet at Kaatsbaan

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Mother Goose and her entourage will arrive at Kaatsbaan on April 7, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. when New York Theatre Ballet (NYTB) presents its charming, witty and totally wonderful ballet for the young and the… Continue reading

H. Jon Benjamin FAILURE IS AN OPTION

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H. Jon Benjamin FAILURE IS AN OPTION An Attempted Memoir Presentation, Q&A and Book Signing Wednesday, May 2, 8 PM Olin Hall, Bard College Tickets: $32 Includes 1 copy of Failure Is An Option… Continue reading

ATTENTION Rhinebeck – Rhinecliff – Tivoli Letter to the editor: Impasse Fences along the Hudson River from Rhinecliff to Stuyvesant

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Brendon Chorney wrote: Attention Fishermen and Women: On January 18,2018 a Federal Consistency Form was sent to Albany requesting to install Impasse Fences along the Hudson River from Rhinecliff to Stuyvesant. CSX owns… Continue reading

STATEMENT ON THE POW/MIA FLAG AT TOWN HALL

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  The Town had been displaying a POW/MIA flag below the United States flag, on its flagpole at the Town Hall in the Village of Rhinebeck. The Town had received requests from various… Continue reading

Message from the Village of Rhinebeck Board on the POW-MIA flag

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In response to numerous requests regarding the status of the POW-MIA flag at the Village Hall, located at 76E. Market street, Rhinebeck, NY. The Village Board is issuing the following statement. The request… Continue reading

Clearwater’s Great Hudson River Revival

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 Clearwater’s Great Hudson River Revival JUNE 16 & 17 Croton Point Park Croton-on-Hudson Westchester County, NY  Purchase Tickets General Info       Dear Clearwater Community, Clearwater’s Great Hudson River Revival (The Clearwater Festival), celebrates its… Continue reading

Find your path to fulfillment: Peter Buffett’s “Life Is What You Make It” and more

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Life Is What You Make It: A Concert and Conversation with Peter Buffett  March 13–15 at 7:30 pm; March 14 at 11 am Tickets $20; free for all high school and college students “What… Continue reading

Craft Brew Tapped for Annual Autism Awareness Event

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Mill House Brewing Company Announces Return of Mr. Anderson Ale Tradition, crafting a philanthropic beer to raise funds and awareness for Anderson Center for Autism Poughkeepsie, New York…Anderson Center for Autism and Mill… Continue reading

The Franklin D. Roosevelt  Presidential Library and Museum will present “Eleanor Everywhere”

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A Women’s History Month  author talk and book signing with Sandra Opdycke author of THE ROUTLEDGE HISTORICAL  ATLAS OF WOMEN IN AMERICA Wednesday, March 21, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. Henry A. Wallace Center… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Central School District Annual Board Budget Work Session

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The Board of Education of the Rhinebeck Central School District will hold its Annual Board Budget Work Session in the Bulkeley Middle School cafeteria this Saturday morning, March 10, 2018.     The Board Budget Work Session will begin at 9:00… Continue reading

Please be advised that the County Executive has issued an Emergency Order restricting Travel effective 5pm. Please see details below:

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Molinaro Issues Emergency Order With Travel Restrictions  under State of Emergency Declaration Travel Restrictions – Effective Today at 5:00pm (Wednesday, March 7th) Poughkeepsie, NY… Dutchess County Executive Marcus J. Molinaro, in consultation with the… Continue reading

…WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM MIDNIGHT TONIGHT TO 3 AM EST SATURDAY…

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  * WHAT…Snow expected with some gusty winds. Total snow accumulations of 3 to 8 inches, with localized amounts up to 10 inches for elevations greater than a 1000 feet, are expected. Some… Continue reading

Flood Watch National Weather Service Albany NY – …FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM FRIDAY MORNING THROUGH SATURDAY MORNING…

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Flood Watch Flood Watch National Weather Service Albany NY 320 PM EST Thu Mar 1 2018 CTZ001-013-NYZ065-066-021000- /O.CON.KALY.FA.A.0004.180302T1200Z-180303T1200Z/ /00000.0.ER.000000T0000Z.000000T0000Z.000000T0000Z.OO/ Northern Litchfield-Southern Litchfield-Western Dutchess- Eastern Dutchess- Including the cities of Torrington, Oakville, Gaylordsville, New… Continue reading