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LABOR DAY WEEKEND SEPTEMBER 3-4, 2016 | 11AM-5PM | 27 OPEN STUDIOS | FREE EVENT

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The 9th annual Art Studio Views is a free, self-guided tour designed to promote the artwork and talents of local artists in Northern Dutchess & Southern Columbia counties, along the Route 9 & 9G corridor. Twenty-seven artists from… Continue reading

Woodstock – John Cage’s 4’33” August 29th, 2016

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WAAM in Woodstock, NY! Mark your calendars and don’t be late! — with Janice La Motta, Carl Van Brunt, Tracy Bonham Fine, Kay Larson and WAAM – Woodstock Artists Association & Museum.

Rhinebeck Summer Sidewalk Sale

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  On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, August 19-20-21, Rhinebeck Area Chamber merchants will bring their wares to the sidewalk! Merchants throughout the Village and the area will set up outdoor tables to offer… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Rotary Features Presentation on Breast Cancer Foundation

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Rhinebeck Rotary Features Presentation on Breast Cancer Foundation   On Monday, August 8th, during its regular meeting at The Beekman Arms, the Rhinebeck Rotary featured a presentation by Pari Farood, executive director of… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Central School District Andy Bennett Tournament Dates

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SAVE THE DATES! The Rhinebeck Central School District’s annual Andy Bennett Sports Tournament will take place this year on Columbus Day weekend, with the first contests beginning after school on Friday, October 7th,… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Central School District School Start Time Newsletter – issue #1

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In order to provide the most up to date information on the change to our District’s start and end times at our three schools, we are sharing with you the first of a… Continue reading

2nd Annual Hooley on the Hoof 5K Sunday, September 4th

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The scenic 5K run along the Rondout will precede the Hooley on the Hudson Irish Festival. This is guaranteed to be a fun event for family and friends to take part in.  Keeping tradition… Continue reading

A Message from Morton

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Every week, the Central Library issues a reference tip to MHLS libraries.  The current one is called The American Presidency Project.  It makes for interesting browsing in this season leading up to November.… Continue reading

Rhinebeck thrift shop offers summer clearance sale

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    Rhinebeck, N.Y. – Sweet Repeats Thrift Shop’s Summer Clearance Sale will run from Monday, Aug. 29 to Friday, Sept. 9 with half-off discounts on merchandise storewide.   Additionally, on Thursday, Sept.… Continue reading

Rhinebeck hospital recognized by state for obstetrics

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    Rhinebeck, N.Y. – Northern Dutchess Hospital was recently recognized by the New York State Department of Health for quality improvements associated with prenatal high blood pressure and postpartum hemorrhage.   The… Continue reading

35th ANNUAL YARD SALE EXTRAVAGANZA

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  Annual Yard Sale Extravaganza will be held Sept 9th (10 to 4), 10th (10-4) and 11th (9-2). 2016. To be held at the Father Brogan Parish Center at 3 Mulberry St, Rhinebeck.… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Community Center Developing! Join Us for Discussion and Information Sessions.

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  Friends, Parents, Community Leaders…. let’s talk COMMUNITY CENTER in Rhinebeck! We have been generously offered a beautiful little building in the middle of Rhinebeck village to “put a toe in the water”… Continue reading

LABOR DAY WEEKEND SEPTEMBER 3-4, 2016 | 11AM-5PM | 27 OPEN STUDIOS | FREE EVENT

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  The 9th annual Art Studio Views is a free, self-guided tour designed to promote the artwork and talents of local artists in Northern Dutchess & Southern Columbia counties, along the Route 9 & 9G corridor. Twenty-seven artists… Continue reading

Contemporary Gothic with Samantha Hunt   Red Hook Public Library hosts author of Mr. Splitfoot

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    (RED HOOK, NY) – Samantha Hunt’s new coming-of-age nove, Mr. Splitfoot, has been described as “hypnotic and glowing” by New York Times reviewer Gregory Maguire. Ms. Hunt will appear for a reading,… Continue reading

Morton Celebrates the Centennial of the National Parks

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Rhinebeck Schools Start Time Pilot, Effective Sept 7, 2016

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Reminder: Board-Approved Later School Start Time Pilot to Begin in September 2016; School Start/End Times to Change Effective Sept 7, 2016 BMS and RHS will begin period 1 classes at 8:00 am. Doors will… Continue reading

Bard Prep for Fall 2016

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Annual Art Studio Views Tour Unites Communities through the Arts

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  Twenty-seven Artists Open their Private Studios to the Public over Labor Day Weekend   Rhinebeck, New York….. The 9th annual Art Studio Views tour, to be held over Labor Day weekend, will… Continue reading

LABOR DAY WEEKEND SEPTEMBER 3-4, 2016 | 11AM-5PM | 27 OPEN STUDIOS | FREE EVENT

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  The 9th annual Art Studio Views is a free, self-guided tour designed to promote the artwork and talents of local artists in Northern Dutchess & Southern Columbia counties, along the Route 9 & 9G corridor. Twenty-seven artists… Continue reading

Yard Sale at Museum of Rhinebeck History

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Saturday, August 13, 9am-3pm Where: Museum of Rhinebeck History, 7015 Route 9, north of the 9/9G light. Several vendors, tons of good stuff, lots of parking. Donations and Vendors are welcome. If you… Continue reading

Letter to the editor:The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) is considering the adoption of regulations that would establish new anchorage grounds for commercial vessels along the Hudson River

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My personal experience- As one who lives on the banks of the Hudson River for 10 years, I have watched the Oil Barges go up and down the Hudson in all seasons. It… Continue reading

Speak up for the river: Don’t let the Hudson become an oil barge parking lot

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Photo Credit M. Salamone/ Carrick Photography   RIVERKEEPER Proposed Hudson River anchorage grounds: Get informed and speak up for the river The U.S. Coast Guard is soliciting comments and concerns from the public on… Continue reading

Letter to the editor -Forum: Stop Dangerous/Noisy/Toxic/Polluting Frack Oil Barges Near Rhinecliff(!)

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Daily Freeman’s Bill Kemble June 30th: “The tanker Aphrodite [above] is shown in an undated photo. John Lipscomb, of the group Riverkeeper, says the Aphrodite carries 8 million gallons of crude oil on… Continue reading

Rhinebeck At The CENTER –

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Sunset Boulevard Aug. 5 – 21 8pm Fri & Sat      3pm Sun Tickets: $27 / $25 Box Office (845) 876-3080 Friday Sunset Special – $22 tickets at the door! Winner of… Continue reading

The Write Stuff Red Hook Public Library offers DIY journal-making event

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    (RED HOOK, NY) –The school year is almost here. You’ve stocked up on backpacks and binders, pencils and pens–but do you have a journal? Join the Red Hook Public Library and… Continue reading

Staatsburgh State Historic Site

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Annual Art Studio Views Tour Unites Communities through the Arts

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  Twenty-seven Artists Open their Private Studios to the Public over Labor Day Weekend   Rhinebeck, New York….. The 9th annual Art Studio Views tour, to be held over Labor Day weekend, will… Continue reading

15th Annual Hooley on the Hudson set for September 4th.

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                                                           Save the Date 15th… Continue reading

The Moviehouse, 48 Main Street, Millerton, NY 12546 I

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SUMMER ARTS EVENTS August / September 2016 MILLERTON, NY—The Moviehouse is offering a host of Arts programming this summer with up to two two offerings per week – often on Monday and Wednesday… Continue reading

“From Anti-Lynching to Social Security to Civil Rights and Black Lives Matter: Exploring the Progressive Legacy on Racial Justice” Location: Henry A. Wallace Center Time: 7:00 p.m.

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August 5, 2016 Panel Discussion: The FDR Presidential Library and the Roosevelt Network will host a panel discussion on Friday, August 5, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. focusing on race and the Roosevelt legacy,… Continue reading