Category Archive: Help Wanted

Brookmeade proudly partners with the American Red Cross to hold our annual blood drive.

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The Brookmeade Community is rolling up their sleeves and helping save lives on June 9th from 10am-3pm in the Baptist Home Chapel. Brookmeade proudly partners with the American Red Cross to hold our… Continue reading

Drop Off at the Drive-in, Earth Day Recycling Event

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  APRIL 22, 2017 Presented by: Roosevelt-Vanderbilt National Historic Site Dutchess County and NYS Department of Environmental Conservation Located at the Hyde Park Drive-In One-time FREE event for community members to turn in… Continue reading

Dutchess County Highway Cleanup Planned to Celebrate Earth Day

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Poughkeepsie…As part of this Saturday’s global Earth Day celebration, Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro has announced the Dutchess County Department of Public Works (DPW) Highway Division will be dedicating several days to highway… Continue reading

Love It or Swap It is coming back in May!

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  Rhinebeck – The Church of the Messiah: FROM THE JAYNE BROOKS FOOD PANTRY

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           A sure sign of spring is the annual Boy Scouts food drive, benefiting our local pantries.  This year the Scouts will collect food on Saturday, April 1st.  This… Continue reading

THE RHINEBECK HISTORICAL SOCIETY – Upcoming Programs

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    Friday, March 31, at 7:30pm at the Starr Library, The History of Old Time Radio   Ron Gabriel will lecture on The Golden Age of Radio. We will learn about the… Continue reading

LOOKING FOR ABSTRACT ARTISTS!!!

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 UlsterArtistsOnline.org website.

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

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

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

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

Rhinebeck Garden Club News

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Wednesday, February 22 – The Rhinebeck Garden Club will host a program at the Rhinebeck Town Hall at 10 am. Presenter: Village Trustee and Mayor Heath Tortorella will talk about the plans for… Continue reading

EMPLOYMENT SCAM TARGETING COLLEGE STUDENTS REMAINS PREVALENT

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College students across the United States continue to be targeted in a common employment scam. Scammers advertise phony job opportunities on college employment websites, and/or students receive e-mails on their school accounts recruiting… Continue reading

Tickets Are On Sale Now for the Clearwater Festival!

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The festival will take place on Saturday and Sunday, June 17 & 18, 2017 along the banks of the Hudson River at Croton Point Park in Croton-on-Hudson, NY. Special Weekend Pass & Weekend + Camping Pre-Sale lasts only… Continue reading

Hello all Sinterklaas Rhinebeck lovers

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We are preparing to open our Crowns & Branches workshop space on Friday, November 11th at our new location: the Rhinebeck Methodist Church’s Fellowship Hall at 83 E Market St in Rhinebeck (across… Continue reading

The Center’s Spooky (but not too scary) Halloween show this Saturday!

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   “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow!” Tickets just $7 kids, $9 grownups October 29, 11:00 a.m.  with CENTER Players on Tour Deborah Coconis, right, plays Ichabod Crane in The CENTER’s riveting production of… Continue reading

Episcopal Church of the Messiah Third Thursday Luncheon Thursday, October 20, 2016

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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, October 20, 2016.  As part of Messiah’s Outreach Programs, each… Continue reading

Rhinebeck-Rheinbach Exchange Program Annual Meeting

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The Rhinebeck-Rheinbach Exchange Program offers an opportunity for high school students in our area to spend two weeks with a host family in Germany and see how people in another part of the… Continue reading

Rhinebeck – ENTA After-School Programs for Middle School & High School Students

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NEW —  ENTA After School Programs for Middle School & High School Students OPEN HOUSE — OPENING DAY October 4th   2:30pm – 5:30pm — Join US 83 East Market Street, Rhinebeck (Fellowship Hall… 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

School Supplies 2016 Collection

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HELP OUR PANTRY PROVIDE SCHOOL SUPPLIES FOR FAMILIES IN THE RHINEBECK CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT Rhinebeck Reformed Church-Food Pantry (6368 Mill RD. at the corner of South ST. & Route 9) As the school… Continue reading

The Rhinebeck Choral Club is pleased to announce our Open Rehearsals for the Winter 2016 season

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Wednesday, September 14 at 7:30 PM – 9 PM Ferncliff Nursing Home 21 Ferncliff Dr, Rhinebeck, New York 12572   Open Rehearsals give interested singers an opportunity to sit in and sing with us… Continue reading

Forum: Scenic Hudson’s Andy Bicking: How To Stop Frack Oil Barges On Our River(!)

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  August 29th, 2016 Morton Memorial Library 82 Kelly St, Rhinecliff, New York 12572 6 PM – 8 PM For more Info  : https://m.facebook.com/events/514387685418419?_rdr    Join Scenic Hudson Director of Public Policy Andy Bicking… 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

Town of Rhinebeck Help Wanted

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POSITION AVAILABLE   Title:                                      Secretary, part-time Office location: Town of Rhinebeck Highway Department, 119 Rhinecliff Road, Rhinebeck, NY Hours:                                   not to exceed 20 hours per week Pay rate:                              $13/hour Start Date:                          August… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Soccer League

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Did you know you can now sponsor a soccer player – Travel or Recreation? Every year we give financial scholarships to local families so they can play the beautiful game with us. YOU… Continue reading

TOWN OF RHINEBECK POSITION AVAILABLE

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  Title:                            Planning Board Clerk Office Location:         Rhinebeck Town Hall 80 East Market St, Rhinebeck, NY 12572 Hours:                         18 hours per week, Monday, Tuesday & Friday Start Date:                   Immediately   REQUIREMENTS Office experience desirable, including computer skills… Continue reading

The Episcopal Church of the Messiah in Rhinebeck is looking for a Part time Youth Director

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Youth Program Director The Episcopal Church of the Messiah in Rhinebeck is looking for a Part time Youth Director for our weeklong summer program.  The program runs from Monday Aug. 8- Friday Aug.… Continue reading

“Treasures in Your Own Back Yard”

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Hasn’t everyone been working in the yard, perhaps weeding, digging, or even just raking leaves and all of a sudden, something unexpected appears? Perhaps it’s not a Mastodon bone or buried gold coins… Continue reading

Spend a Saturday afternoon on the bridge with Starr Library.

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