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Meet the artist Grand Cru Beer & Cheese Market March 5th, 2017- M. Salamone of Carrick Photography & Rhinebeck Community Forum

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Ice Boats on the Hudson River 2014 – M. Salamone   Sunday, March 5 at 2 PM – 5 PM Next Week Grand Cru Beer & Cheese Market 6384 Mill St, Rhinebeck, New… Continue reading

Screenagers : THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 2017, 6:30-8:30

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Are you looking for the best way to manage screen time for your family? Are you worried that your kids will be left behind or that they are too absorbed by their screens?… Continue reading

Bard Music Camp 2017

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  Deadline: June 1st.  Register before April 1st for DISCOUNT *

Museum of Rhinebeck History Event

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Summer in February Flea  Market and Bake Sale Saturday, February 25 9 AM to 2:30 PM Rhinebeck Town Hall 80 E. Market St.

CORNELL COOPERATIVE EXTENSION DUTCHESS COUNTY CONDUCTS SURVEY OF DUTCHESS COUNTY RESIDENTS ON WASTE DISPOSAL HABITS

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Results to Inform Grant Focused on Organics Recycling Millbrook, NY, February 14, 2017 – Cornell Cooperative Extension Dutchess County (CCEDC)’s Environment and Energy program is conducting a survey of randomly selected residents in… Continue reading

Anderson Center for Autism Student Poised to Skate in Special Olympics Games on Saturday, February 18

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Poughkeepsie, New York….As athletes gear up for the 2017 New York State Winter Special Olympics games, Anderson Center for Autism residential student Jonathan is hard at work. Peterson, who has participated in track… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Village Informational Notice Issued Friday, February 17, 2017

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The Village of Rhinebeck is requesting Village residents interested in serving as members or alternates on our Planning Board, Zoning Board of Appeals, or Ethics Committee to please submit letters of interest to… Continue reading

Mayor Tortarella on the Village Water Department

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When one considers public safety, police and fire services are the first functions that come to mind, but our public water supply cannot be ignored in this conversation.  The Water Department’s most obvious… Continue reading

Join us under the FULL MOON

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Join us under the FULL MOON for the first in a series of new Winnakee Member Events! Burger Hill offers outstanding views of the sky and the Hudson River Valley with the Shawangunk… Continue reading

Winter Exhibition 2017 – THE HUDSON: City River-Rural Valley Basia Goldsmith & Ginny Howsam Friedman

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The Moviehouse Studio Gallery Winter Exhibition 2017 THE HUDSON: City River-Rural Valley Basia Goldsmith & Ginny Howsam Friedman February 25 – May 17 The Moviehouse Studio Gallery, 48 Main Street, Millerton, NY Opening… Continue reading

RHINEBECK AUTHOR PUBLISHES FIRST NOVEL TO SHED LIGHT ON EXPERIENCE OF GRIEF

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RHINEBECK, N.Y.–Luis Perez of Rhinebeck has published his first novel, Catharsis, Maldonado’s Journey through Grief. According to Perez, “Catharsis invites the reader to examine the impact of grief through the narrative of William… Continue reading

Mayor Heath Tortarella on Public Safety and The Rhinebeck Fire Department

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The Village Fire Department is staffed 100% by volunteers and serves the larger community through contracted services to the Town of Rhinebeck.  In addition, the Department’s ladder truck serves as a regional resource… Continue reading

Anderson Center for Autism Student Poised to Skate in Special Olympics Games on Saturday, February 18, 2

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Poughkeepsie, New York….As athletes gear up for the 2017 New York State Winter Special Olympics games, Anderson Center for Autism residential student Jonathan is hard at work. Peterson, who has participated in track… Continue reading

COMMUNITY NEWS : Rhinebeck Village Informational Notice Issued Wednesday, February 8, 2017

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Please Take Notice That: The Village of Rhinebeck Building, Zoning and Planning Departments will be closed the week of February 20, 2017 through February 24, 2017. Also, the Planning Board will not be… Continue reading

Boy Scout Leaders Make Camp Nooteeming Appeal

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    The Rhinebeck Rotary, at a regular meeting at The Beekman Arms on Monday, January 30, 2017, hosted Harold Teller, District Executive Director of the Boy Scouts of America/Hudson Valley Council, David… Continue reading

Rhinebeck at Home

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Rhinebeck at Home, Inc. is hosting a simulcast event on Monday, February 13 from 5:00 – 6:00 PM.  The event features a discussion with renowned surgeon, public health researcher and writer Dr. Atul… Continue reading

STUDENTS WIN TRIPS TO PLACES THEY LOVE

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Originally posted on Rhinebeck Community Forum:
  HYDE PARK, NY – “This year’s Writing about Place entries depicted a wide range of treasures from forests and ponds to the manicured landscapes of local…

STUDENTS WIN TRIPS TO PLACES THEY LOVE

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  HYDE PARK, NY – “This year’s Writing about Place entries depicted a wide range of treasures from forests and ponds to the manicured landscapes of local mansions,” said Scott Keller, acting director… Continue reading

IMAGES OF INTERNMENT: THE INCARCERATION OF JAPANESE AMERICANS DURING WORLD WAR II

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The Franklin D. Roosevelt  Presidential Library and Museum — to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the signing of Executive Order 9066 — will open a new photographic exhibition IMAGES OF INTERNMENT:  THE INCARCERATION … Continue reading

Episcopal Church of the Messiah Third Thursday Luncheon Thursday, February 16, 2017

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The Church of the Messiah, located at 6436 Montgomery Street in Rhinebeck, New York, will hold the monthly “Third Thursday Luncheon” on Thursday, February 16, 2017.  As part of Messiah’s Outreach Programs, each… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Blogger Lesa Cline-Ransome’s Writerhood :Soul Sisters

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The scars of childhood are ones that remain deeply burrowed in our psyches. Sharing a room with my older sister Linda is one of those scars. I was not only seven years younger,… Continue reading

MAYOR HEATH TORTARELLA ON PUBLIC SAFETY AND THE VILLAGE POLICE DEPARTMENT

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It is my feeling that the first priority for any government must be to ensure the safety of the residents that it represents.  Our Police Department continues to serve our residents with honor,… Continue reading

“An American Paradox: Enslavement on the Hudson” – 2/2/17

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The Franklin D. Roosevelt  Presidential Library and Museum  and the Mid-Hudson  Antislavery History Project will present An American Paradox:  Enslavement on  the Hudson with Associate Director of  Content Development  at Historic Hudson Valley Michael A. Lord… Continue reading

Primrose Hill School presentation: Journey through the Grades

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Please join us for an interactive exploration of the Waldorf curriculum hosted by the teachers of Primrose Hill School. Childcare is available at each location. Contact Jordan Walker for more information and to RSVP:… Continue reading

Chancellor Livingston Elementary School Kindergarten Registration

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    Plans are already underway for the group of children who will enter Kindergarten in the Fall of 2017. If you have a child who will be five years old by December… Continue reading

Caucus resuls from the Rhinebeck Democratic Party Jan 28th, 2017

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Rhinebeck Democrats came away from their bi-annual election caucus on Saturday, January 28th energized by an unexpectedly large turnout of over 100 residents.  The upsurge in attendance reflected the injection of energy coursing… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Rotary Features Presentation on the Education Network for Teachers & Artists

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      On Monday, January 23rd, during its regular meeting at the Beekman Arms, the Rhinebeck Rotary featured a presentation by Pat Sexton on ENTA – the Education Network for Teachers &… Continue reading

Blood drives scheduled at Northern Dutchess Hospital

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    Rhinebeck, N.Y. –Northern Dutchess Hospital will once again partner with the American Red Cross to help people in urgent need of blood.   The hospital will host five blood drives this… Continue reading

Mid-Hudson Bridge – Jan 28th, 2017

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A Rainbow Bridge in Poughkeepsie – Photo Credit M. Salamone

Flex Your Memory to Master Names and Faces

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    Rhinebeck resident Brent Sverdloff will be teaching “The Art of Remembering Names and Faces” at Red Hook Continuing Education on Monday, April 24.   Says Sverdloff, “We are all in the… Continue reading