Monthly Archive: March, 2019

Rhinebeck’s wellness series launches in April

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2019 Wellness Series Classes Announced. You are receiving this email because you subscribed either online or at your recent office visit. View this email online if it doesn’t display correctly. Right-Size Your Life… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Central School District Emergency Closing Day Changes to the 2018-19 School Calendar

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As many parents and staff are aware, the 2018-19 school calendar was built to provide for five (5) emergency closing days.  To date, only two (2) of those emergency closing days have been… Continue reading

Community Passover Seder

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Food Pantry News Rhinebeck

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The Jayne Brooks Food Pantry  MARCH/APRIL 2019 The Church of the Messiah Currently, we are serving 30-40 families in a friendly and inviting atmosphere each week. We can always use your help! ●Specific items… Continue reading

2019 – 61st Annual Landsman Kill Stocking Club Fishing Contest

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Open to all Rhinebeck school district children from ages 3 to under 16. Registration started March 9, 2019 at the convenience corner (Village Mobile) Late registration 11am – Noon before the stocking, April… Continue reading

RCS 2019-20 School Calendar

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The Rhinebeck Board of Education approved the school calendar for the 2019-20 school year at it’s most recent Board of Education meeting. To see a copy of the approved calendar, please access here 2019-20… Continue reading

Northern Dutchess Hospital offers new moms support group

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  RHINEBECK –   The next program meets   The group is for mothers who experience depression, anxiety, irritability or other mood swings in the first year following childbirth.   “It is a… Continue reading

Bard Music Camp

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2019 ANDERSON CENTER FOR AUTISM GOLF CLASSIC SET FOR JUNE 13, 2019

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Staatsburg, New York…On Thursday, June 13, 2019, Anderson Center for Autism will host its annual golf classic at The Links at Union Vale in Lagrangeville, sponsored by Fox Oldies 98.9 WGNY Radio. The… Continue reading

Rhinebeck

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INFORMATIONAL NOTICE RESULTS OF 3-19-2019 VILLAGE ELECTION 400 residents voted Mayor Gary Bassett 351 votes Trustee Richard “Ric” Lewit 353 votes Trustee Paul Korczak 348 votes ELECTED OFFICIALS AND END OF TERM Official… Continue reading

Opus 40 – 2019

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Sun., May 5 Wine Tasting Class & Reception with renowned expert Kevin Zraly: A Benefit for Opus 40 @Diamond Mills Hotel, Saugerties Time: 4:30 Cost: $60 in advance, $75 at the door https://www.opus40.org/winetasting… Continue reading

Three (3) RCSD Board of Ed Seats Open for the 2019-2022 Term; District Outlines Importance of Board Service, Promotes DC School Boards Association’s Sat., March 23rd Workshop

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Educating the children in Rhinebeck, and every other community across New York State, has always been a priority, and that’s become even more critical in these days of State Aid disparity, State standards and… Continue reading

Vet Insights: Living with Your Senior Pet

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Living with Your Senior Pet By Dr. Julianne Porter One of the most difficult aspects of being a parent to our four-legged family members is that they don’t live forever. However, the average… Continue reading

Rhinebeck High School Skipping For Action On Climate Change

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Rhinebeck High school joined the children of the world today  for a peaceful protest to bring awareness to the worlds ever changing  climate. Thousands of high school students from around the world took… Continue reading

Northern Dutchess Hospital program helps adults prevent diabetes

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  Rhinebeck – A condition called prediabetes is the body’s way of warning about stroke, heart disease and Type 2 diabetes, according to Roufia Payman, a nutrition counselor at Northern Dutchess Hospital.   “You… Continue reading

HS Musical – Little Shop of Horrors

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DON’T FEED THE PLANTS! RHINEBECK HIGH SCHOOL DRAMA CLUB will present the musical Little Shop of HorrorsApril 5th – 7th at Rhinebeck High School Auditorium, 45 North Park Rd, Rhinebeck, NY 12572. When: Friday, April 5 & Saturday, April 6 at 7:30pm& Sunday… Continue reading

The Hudson Valley takes “Flight” in the upcoming Northern Dutchess Symphony Orchestra concert

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HYDE PARK, NY – A presentation of music and pictures will showcase the history of flying from man’s earliest attempts to space travel during the Northern Dutchess Symphony Orchestra (NDSO) concert, “Flight.” The… Continue reading

Dutchess County to Participate in Statewide STOP-DWI St. Patrick’s Day Crackdown

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Poughkeepsie … Dutchess County Executive Marcus J. announced Dutchess County police agencies will participate in a special enforcement effort to crack down on impaired driving during the St. Patrick’s Day holiday. The statewide STOP-DWI… Continue reading

TOWN OF RHINEBECK ANNUAL SPRING EGG HUNT: SATURDAY APRIL 13th

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The Town of Rhinebeck’s Annual Spring Egg Hunt is around the corner! Bring your basket to the Rec Park on Sat. April 13 at 10amto hunt for eggs, chocolate treasures and get your picture taken with… Continue reading

A Taste of Rhinebeck is on April 30th and tickets are going fast

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It only happens once a year: The village businesses open their doors and chefs line up along the streets to showcase their appetizers, entrees, beverages and desserts — all for a good cause. … Continue reading

Polly M. Law & Steven Rosenzweig: Solo Exhibition

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Last day of April marks Taste of Rhinebeck food festival

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Rhinebeck   The 15th annual Taste of Rhinebeck food festival, fundraiser and culinary competition returns   “Rhinebeck is the perfect setting for a food and beverage crawl,” said Dawn Morrison, executive director of… Continue reading

Mayor’s Message February 2019

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Every February in Village Hall our hearts turn to…..the annual budget. This year was no different and I want to give you a quick update on the process. As always, it involves planning… Continue reading

3rd Annual CultureConnect Chili Cook-Off

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DATE: Saturday, March 16, 2019, 12:00 – 3:00 p.m. WHERE: Father Brogan Center Gym, 3 Mulberry Street, Rhinebeck NY 12572 DETAILS: Join us for the 3rd Annual Chili Cook-Off!  ($25 to enter, only $5 to be… Continue reading

FEBRUARY 2019 NEWSLETTER SUPERVISOR’S MESSAGE

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There are two land use issues before the Town Board at this time that I would like for you to be aware of. We seek public input and would like to hear from… Continue reading