Monthly Archive: April, 2019

Children’s Book Week – Oblong Books Hosting Grandparents’ Night in Rhinebeck

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Children’s Book Week is April 29-May 5.  Friday, May 3, 5-6:30 pm Grandparents’ Night Oblong Books & Music, 6422 Montgomery Street, Rhinebeck, NY (845) 876-0500  Oblong’s Suzanna Hermans will talk about ways to encourage reading… Continue reading

Spring Faire at Primrose Hill School

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Saturday, May 4, 11am to 4pm Join us for Maypole Dancing, Food, Crafts, Baby Bunnies, Jump Rope Making, Screen Printing, Face Painting, Games, Earth Oven Bread Baking and an Owl Visit 23 Spring… Continue reading

Rhinecliff Volunteer Fire Company and Rescue Squad Open House

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The Rhinecliff Volunteer Fire Company and Rescue Squad will host an open house this Saturday, April 27 from 11am – 4pm. Come visit our station, see the trucks and learn how you can make… Continue reading

Rhinebeck : From the Rec Desk:

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Register now for summer camp! Spots are filling up fast! We have a fun-filled summer planned with exciting new changes, local field trips and more! We have also simplified the registration process so… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Central School- Use of Remaining Unused Emergency Closing Day

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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 had been… Continue reading

Red Hook couple arrest for theft and fraud in Rhinebeck

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Rhinebeck, New York – On April 22, 2019, the New York State Police from the Rhinebeck barracks arrested a Red Hook, NY, couple for felony fraud and theft charges.   Shelby M. Blanchard,… Continue reading

Take-back events for unwanted medications held April 27

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  LAGRANGEVILLE, NY – Unused or expired prescription medications are a public safety issue and can lead to accidental poisoning, misuse and overdose, according to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency.   To address… Continue reading

PUBLISHES NEW BOOK WITH UNIQUE TAKE ON SPIRITUALITY

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  What do spirituality, cats, Harry Potter, yoga, forest bathing, and Star Wars have in common? Find out at an evening chat with Rhinebeck author Sarah Bowen as she shares from Spiritual Rebel:… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Farmers’ Market Celebrates its 25th Anniversary With A New Opening Date!

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The Rhinebeck Farmers Market begins its 25th season on Sunday May 5th from 10:00AM-2:00PM. The market has established a new outdoor schedule this year, beginning the first Sunday in May, and ending December 29th.There is… Continue reading

Taste of Rhinebeck: Reserve Now

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Get Your Tickets for A Taste of Rhinebeck 2019. A Taste of Rhinebeck is on April 30th and tickets are going fast! It only happens once a year: The village businesses open their… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Supervisor’s Message April 2019

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TOWN OF RHINEBECK NEWSLETTER APRIL 2019 SUPERVISOR’S MESSAGE What is the Rhinebeck Town Workforce Housing Law all about? The following is an overview of our proposed Local Law, “Amending Town Code Chapter 125,… Continue reading

Museum of Rhinebeck History Golf Tournament

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MUSEUM OF RHINEBECK HISTORY  2nd Annual Golf Tournament benefiting The Museum of Rhinebeck Monday – June 24, 2019 Red Hook Golf Club – scramble format Check In – 7:30 ~ Shotgun Start – 9am Entry fee… Continue reading

Plant sale supports healthcare in northern Dutchess community

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Rhinebeck – A Mother’s Day plant sale fundraiser will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 8, and Thursday, May 9, to benefit Northern Dutchess Hospital and its affiliated skilled nursing facility.   The… Continue reading

Orphaned Wildlife? By Dr. Jessica Gelernter

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Spring is finally around the corner, and with it, the arrival of new baby native wildlife.  Veterinary hospitals and wildlife rehabilitation centers often begin to receive calls from well-meaning individuals who have found… Continue reading

Vendor Needed

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The TOWN OF RHINEBECK is looking for a concession stand vendor for the 2019 season. The season begins May 25 and closes Labor Day. Please emailrecreation@rhinebeckny.gov or call 518-256-0714 for more information.

GREG QUINN TO BE HONORED WITH GOOD LAND AWARD AT 2019 WINNAKEE LAND TRUST GALA EVENT ON JUNE 22nd

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Rhinebeck, New York….The Board of Trustees of Winnakee Land Trust announced details of the 2019 Winnakee Land Trust Gala, which will honor Greg Quinn. The annual event is set to take place at… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Rotary to Honor Women of Rhinebeck at May 13th Awards Dinner

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On Monday, May 13th, The Rhinebeck Rotary Club will hold its annual Service Above Self Awards and Recognition Dinner from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Welcome Center at the Dutchess County Fairgrounds, in Rhinebeck, New York. This year’s… Continue reading

Northern Dutchess Hospital hosts Balance Day on May 16

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Rhinebeck, N.Y. – Join Northern Dutchess Hospital for a Body in Harmony balance day, on Thursday, May 16, at the hospital’s Center for Healthy Aging, 6529 Springbrook Ave. Private appointments can be made between 10 a.m. and… Continue reading

What is Nuvance Health?

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Thirteen months after formally agreeing to create a new health system, Health Quest and WCHN have begun to operate as one organization after receiving the required federal and state (New York and Connecticut)… Continue reading

Museum of Rhinebeck History

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2nd Annual Golf Tournament -benefiting The Museum of Rhinebeck History- Monday – June 24, 2019 Red Hook Golf Club – scramble format Check In – 7:30 ~ Shotgun Start – 9am Entry fee… Continue reading

Photo Exhibition and Sale at The Morton Library Rhinecliff by M.Salamone

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I’m so thankful to the Morton Library Rhinecliff with amazing space, that makes it an amazing place, a picturesque small town beauty steps away from the train station and the Hudson River. Something… Continue reading

Village of Rhinebeck Tree Planting

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Village of Rhinebeck – Spring Tree Planting – Saturday April 27, 2019. Volunteers meet at 9:00am at Rhinebeck High School, 45 N. Park Road, Rhinebeck, NY. Help our community forest thrive! For more information call 845-206-1046 or megcrawford37@gmail.com

Rhinebeck Village Mayor’s Message for April 2019

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It’s no joke. Yard Waste Pickup started on April first. Our crews will be out on a continuous basis until May 15. Many of you early birds have already been out, cleaning your gardens and… Continue reading

Village of Rhinebeck

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Yard Waste Pick Up Materials compiled in the process of a normal spring/fall yard cleanup of property in the Village shall be collected by Village collection crews. Spring cleanup will be conducted on… Continue reading