Rhinebeck, New York September 4, 2018….Rhinebeck Area Chamber of Commerce announced today the September scheduled events. A September joint breakfast with the Red Hook Area Chamber of Commerce at Northern Dutchess Hospital to hear from event sponsor and host, Northern Dutchess Hospital Foundation. Denise George, President of Northern Dutchess Hospital will talk about the new chemo program, intervention radiology technology and driver rehab in three major new programs at the hospital. The event will be held on September 12th, from 7:30am to 9:00am, in the hospital’s cafeteria conference room at 6511 Springbrook Avenue, Rhinebeck. Valet parking is available. Cost is $15 for Rhinebeck or Red Hook Chamber members, $20 for non members, the event is open to the public. Please use this link if you are interested in attending: Rhinebeck Chamber Business Breakfast at NDH Sept 12
Wilderstein Historic Site is the host location of the September 13th Rhinebeck Chamber Business After Hours. Former Rhinebeck Chamber Board President and Wilderstein Business Advisory Council, Financial Advisor Vicki L. Haak CFP, of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc is the sponsor of this event. Gregory J. Sokaris, Executive Director and Board Members of Wilderstein Historic Site will be on hand to greet guests and the home will be opened for special tours. Light refreshments will be provided and special music provided by harpist Lois Colin will add a pleasant touch to an already delightful evening. The event is open to the public, but RSVP is necessary. Please use this link to RSVP for the September 13th Rhinebeck Chamber Business After Hours at Wilderstein Historic Site: Rhinebeck Chamber Business After Hours Sept 13 Wilderstein is located at 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck.
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The Rhinebeck Area Chamber of Commerce is an organization of business professionals and individuals who promotes the economic well-being of Rhinebeck and northern Dutchess County. The chamber fosters and promotes actions that enhance the local economy; provides employment, cultural and recreational opportunities, and protects and preserves the environment. Chamber members are committed to working together to ensure that Rhinebeck is an economically viable and desirable community in which to live and work.