Category Archive: Help Wanted

Rhinebeck – Memorial Day Parade May 25th, 2015

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Memorial Day Parade May 25, 2015 9:15 AM – 12:00 PM  Ceremonies will begin at 9:15 A.M. in  Rhinecliff. The American Legion Firing Squad, salute the honored dead followed by a brief flag… Continue reading

The Rhinebeck Community Forum

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Follow the Rhinebeck Community Forum on Facebook – More links to the things you love!  Rhinebeck Community Forum on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/pages/Rhinebeck-Community-Forum/143666475662861   Rhinebeck Community Forum on Twitter: http://twitter.com/RhinebeckCForum     Check out the… Continue reading

Public Information Meeting Set to Discuss Staatsburgh State Historic Site and Mills Norrie State Park

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**PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE** Public Information Meeting Set to Discuss Staatsburgh State Historic Site and Mills Norrie State Park Who: NYS Senator Sue Serino, Assembly woman Didi Barrett, NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Central School District – Chancellor Livingston Elementary School. Moves On to State Round in “Get Moving” Video – Vote for us! – a $1,000 equipment grant as the finalist in our Hudson Valley Zone.

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The second stage of the NYS AHPERD (Association for Health, PE, Recreation, and Dance) Get Moving Video Contest Grant is now open for voting.  We are competing with the whole state in this… Continue reading

NORTH EAST COMMUNITY CENTER CELEBRATES 25TH ANNIVERSARY Issues call for stories, sponsors

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MILLERTON, NY, April 15, 2015 – The North East Community Center (NECC) is celebrating its 25th Anniversary of service, partnerships and community building on Saturday, Sept. 26th with a festive barn party at Silver Mountain Hay Barn in Millerton,… Continue reading

RHINEBECK FARMERS MARKET “JOHN HONEY” SCHOLARSHIP

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  http://www.rhinebeckfarmersmarket.com DEADLINE: MAY 10, 2015 Named after Rhinebeck Farmers Market founder John Honey, this scholarship is intended to support the education and future success of a student who is dedicated to promoting… Continue reading

Letter to the editor – Putting power and cable lines underground

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Over the time that I have served as a Trustee on the Village Board and on the Town’s Conservation Advisory Board, several people have asked me about the idea of burying power lines.… Continue reading

RHINEBECK SCHOLARSHIP FUND APPLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE

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The Board of Trustees of Rhinebeck Community Scholarship Fund (formerly Dollars for Scholars) has announced that the 2015 scholarship applications are now available in the Rhinebeck High School Guidance Office. Candidates wishing to… Continue reading

2015 Rhinebeck Summer Recreation Programs – Employment Application

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Please download the application form (PDF) for more information on available positions and requirements for each. http://www.rhinebeck

Winnakee Land Trust – Consider becoming a Big Night volunteer.

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Spring is coming! As temperatures warm and snow melts, local amphibians’ thoughts turn to love. Many species of frogs and salamanders return to the woodland pools where they were hatched to lay eggs… Continue reading

BARD MUSIC CAMP

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July 6 – 18, 2015 Register by April 10, and Registration fee ($25) is waived!   Regular Registration Deadline:  June 1st   LIMITED SPOTS AVAILABLE – APPLY NOW! For more information, please contact us… Continue reading

Red Hook Barn Raising “Neighbors helping neighbors rebuild”

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Tragedy struck this farm in Red Hook, NY in the early morning hours on February 20. Firefighters battled the blaze in sub freezing temperatures. Sadly the 7000+ square ft barn of the Sheehan… Continue reading

The Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College

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Spiegeltent 2015 Hosted by Justin Vivian Bond July 3 – August 16 “The greatest cabaret artist of this generation.” —New Yorker, on Justin Vivian Bond Justin Vivian Bond is throwing a party that will… Continue reading

Starr Library Gala 2015

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   Join us for A Starry Night Gala at Starr Library. Saturday, February 28th 6pm – 9pm This will be a night filled with food, wine, art, music and friends. Starry Night  Saturday,… Continue reading

THE 28TH KINGSTON ST. PATRICK’S PARADE MARCH 15, 2015

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  The biggest and best parade in the valley.  The Kingston St. Patrick’s Parade is co-sponsored by the Ancient Order of Hibernians Fr. Con Colbert Woulfe Division 1 and the Ladies Ancient Order… Continue reading

THE CENTER FOR PERFORMING ARTS AT RHINEBECK PRESENTS: SING FOR THEIR SUPPER – To benefit the Red Hook and Rhinebeck food pantries

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Sing for Their Supper Jan 30 – Feb. 1 8pm Fri & Sat 3pm Sun Tickets: pay what you will Box Office (845) 876-3080 To benefit the Red Hook and Rhinebeck food pantries,… Continue reading

RURAL RHINEBECK NEIGHBORS is now on FACEBOOK

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LIKE US, Share & Comment Rural Rhinebeck Neighbors is an association of residents concerned with the proposed increased mining activity along White Schoolhouse Road, and its impact on our environment, quality of life… Continue reading

Village Informational Notice Issued Wednesday, December 17, 2014

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            The Village of Rhinebeck is creating a Parks and Recreation Committee.  The role of this committee will be to advise the Village Board on optimal utilization of the park space within the… Continue reading

Rhinebeck – Stuff the Ambulance – November 22nd and 23rd , 2014

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Come help us stuff the ambulance  November 22nd, and 23rd , 2014 Brought to you by  NDP  EMS and thier employees Stop and Shop on route 9 in Rhinebeck from 9am to 5pm!… Continue reading

The Church of the Messiah – Monthly Food Pantry Update (November 2014)

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We’ve had a busy Fall at the pantry. We provided groceries for approximately 180 local families during the month of October. We averaged five new families every week so our needs seem to… Continue reading

A note from the Rhinebeck Tree Commission.

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The tree Commission is organizing another tree planting this Sat. Nov 8th, 2014  We will meet at 9:00 at the drainage in the Stortini Devopment on Stortini Drive. We usually finish by 12:00… Continue reading

OPEN AUDITIONS – HUDSON VALLEY PLAYWRIGHTS

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Seeking male and female non-union actors ages 20-70+ for staged readings of new 10-minute plays and monologues.   Hudson Valley Playwrights will hold open auditions at the Morton Memorial Library in Rhinecliff on… Continue reading

TREE PLANTING NOVEMBER 8th, 2014

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The Rhinebeck Village Tree Commission is holding a tree planting on Sat., Nov. 8, 9-1 at 45 Stortini Drive (at the retention pond). Volunteers will meet, review tree planting techniques, and then break… Continue reading

Physicist to Discuss Need for Major Power Lines Projects

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Following rave reviews—from the public and press—at a recent presentation in Columbia County, independent research physicist Dr. Gidon Eshel is coming to Dutchess County to showcase his findings that existing power lines can… Continue reading

Dutchess Outreach Annual Coat Drive

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Once again, The Church of the Messiah will be this area’s point of giveaway for the Dutchess Outreach Annual Coat Drive. The coats will be arriving  and The Church of the Messiah will… Continue reading

Crop Hunger Walk

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Crop Hunger Walk Update Please consider participating in the Crop Hunger Walk on Sunday, October 26th to help raise awareness and money to fight hunger both globally and locally. Up to 25% of… Continue reading

FALL FESTIVAL AND FUNDRAISER benefiting the BARD CONSERVATORY PREPARATORY DIVISION

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Sunday, November 2, 2014 from 11 am to 2 pm Bard College Bertelsmann Campus Center – Multi Purpose Room Games and Activities Include: Musical Chairs with Live Music Square Dancing with a Professional… Continue reading

MIRAGE THEATRE COMPANY AUDITION/SCENE STUDY WORKSHOP

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The next workshop for actors will take place on Saturdays, November 1, 8, 15, and 22 in Rhinebeck.   Led by June Prager, Mirage Theatre’s Artistic Director, the Workshop is intended for Hudson Valley… Continue reading

Now we know why we don’t need monster power lines – Reports Enid Futterman of IMBY

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If Governor Cuomo closes Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant, as he promised, and as he should, say on Christmas Eve 2015, the supply of power to New York City will still be greater… Continue reading

An update from the The Sinterklaas Team

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STARS The stars are here! This year’s stars are ready for you. They are beautiful. They are illuminating. They are the icon of the event. Carry yours in the parade. Honor the children… Continue reading