Monthly Archive: January, 2019

Chancellor Livingston Elementary School kindergarten update

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  A Change in K age Requirements   In an effort to help ensure that our incoming Kindergarten students are developmentally prepared for school-age curriculum and social experiences, the Rhinebeck Central School District… Continue reading

Village of Rhinebeck Notice – Snow ordinance

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PUBLIC NOTICE Due to the pending snow, we appreciate the cooperation we have gotten regarding the snow ordinance and sidewalk snow removal. Just to remind everyone of the details, please see below. SNOW… Continue reading

NOTICE OF VILLAGE CAUCUS

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The Rhinebeck Democratic Committee will hold a caucus at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 26th, 2019 at Village Hall, 76 East Market Street, Rhinebeck, New York for the purpose of making nominations for candidates to… Continue reading

Rhinebeck an Autism Supportive Community

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The Rhinebeck Central School District, Northern Dutchess Hospital and the Rhinebeck Area Chamber of Commerce are collaborating with the Village of Rhinebeck and Anderson Center for Autism. to support the Village’s businesses, schools, places of… Continue reading

Rhinecliff Winter Bonfire

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SAVE THE DATE!! Rhinebeck Grange 896 in partnership with the Rhinecliff Volunteer Fire Co. will host     Rhinecliff Winter Bonfire Rhinecliff Firemen’s Field Saturday, January 26, 2019 4pm – 8pm   Dress warm… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Town – JANUARY 2019 TOWN NEWSLETTER SUPERVISOR’S MESSAGE

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The first Town Board meeting of the year, our Reorganizational Meeting, was held on January 2nd. During this meeting, we set our priorities as a Board. We reappointed all of our professional consultants;… Continue reading

Village of Rhinebeck

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January 23, 2019 Village of Rhinebeck Residents, A report was issued on radio station 92.9 that the communities of Hyde Park and Rhinebeck are under “restricted use” because of a lack of capability… Continue reading

Village of Rhinebeck

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 SNOW REMOVAL Please be advised that snow removal will begin at 8pm Thursday, January 24, 2019 in the Business District and will continue to 9am Friday, January 25, 2019 in an effort to improve safety and access in the… Continue reading

Creating an Autism Supportive Environment

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Please come this Thursday, January 24that 2 PM  to the Community Room at Arbor Ridge to hear Lauren Hamill from the Anderson Center for Autism share with us how we can become more welcoming and inclusive… Continue reading

Eclipse and Blood Moon

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From the Vassar Observatory The partial phase of the eclipse begins at 9:36 pm Eastern time on the 20th. The full eclipse — characterized by the blood-red shadow cast on the moon —… Continue reading

Church of the Messiah weather update for January 20th, 2019

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Given the road conditions from the snow storm and the threat of ice in the morning, we have made the decision to cancel both the 8 am and the 10 am services tomorrow,… Continue reading

Babies compete in Super Crawl Feb. 2 in Rhinebeck

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  Rhinebeck, N.Y. – Diaper-clad competitors will wiggle on their hands and knees to victory on Saturday, Feb. 2 at Northern Dutchess Hospital, during Q92.1 FM’s annual Super Crawl.   The adorable baby race is from 10… Continue reading

FREE CLASSES FOR WSI CERTIFICATION

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The Town of Rhinebeck is covering the cost of FREE Water Safety Instructor (WSI) training and certification for up to 10 people as well as management certification for the Aquatics Director. Applicants must… Continue reading

Rhinebeck, we need your help-

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Village of Rhinebeck

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SNOW ORDINANCE prohibits overnight parking on the RHINEBECK VILLAGE STREETS between the hours of 12:01 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. from NOVEMBER 15, 2018 through MARCH 31ST, 2019. OFFENDERS WILL BE ISSUED A TICKET.… Continue reading

Memoir writing for cancer patients, survivors offered at Rhinebeck hospital

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Rhinebeck — A writing workshop for cancer patients and survivors will be held on the last Thursday of the month starting in January at Northern Dutchess Hospital.   The workshop is titled “Write Your… Continue reading

Movement disorders neurologist joins Health Quest

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  POUGHKEEPSIE— The new year marked the addition of board-certified neurologist Dr. Michael Rezak to Health Quest Medical Practice to launch the system’s Movement Disorders Program.   The program is designed to provide cutting-edge… Continue reading

Local Author & Historian Jack Kelly to launch his new book this Thursday in Rhinebeck

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 LOCAL AUTHOR & HISTORIAN JACK KELLY TO LAUNCH HIS NEW BOOK “THE EDGE OF ANARCHY: THE RAILROAD BARONS, THE GILDED AGE, AND THE GREATEST LABOR UPRISING IN AMERICA” AT OBLONG BOOKS IN RHINEBECK THIS THURSDAY, JANUARY… Continue reading

TOWN OF RHINEBECK COVERS COST FOR LIFEGUARD CERTIFICATION

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In an effort to defray the high cost of certification and secure a qualified base of lifeguards early, the Town of Rhinebeck is offering FREE lifeguard training and certification for up to 10… Continue reading

Governor Cuomo vetoes Senate and Assembly bills on BOCES Capital Project costs

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We have just found out that Governor Cuomo has vetoed legislation approved by both the Senate and the Assembly to exclude local BOCES Capital Project costs from the tax levy cap of local… Continue reading

Midwife joins Health Quest OB/GYN practice in Rhinebeck and Kingston

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RHINEBECK — Whitney Hall, a certified midwife, recently joined Health Quest Medical Practice’s OB/GYN practice with privileges at Northern Dutchess Hospital in Rhinebeck.   Hall sees patients in the OB/GYN offices on the hospital’s… Continue reading