Category Archive: News

Register Now for the Town of Rhinebeck’s great lineup of Spring Recreation Programs!

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All programs are open to residents and non-residents for the same cost. Visit www.rhinebeckrec.com to register and pay online with NO credit card fees! COMMUNITY FITNESS BOOTCAMP – Kevin Yarnell’s popular Community Fitness Bootcamp at Chancellor Livingston… Continue reading

The Village of Rhinebeck Surplus Vehicles

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Sealed bids for 2005 Dodge Durango 1D4HB48D65F533506 surplus vehicle must be submitted using the Villages’ bid form and be received by 4:00pm on Friday May 4, 2018. Bids will be opened at the Regular Village Board… Continue reading

“Fat Cats”: Facts about Feline Obesity By Dr. Janette Relyea

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  Q: What is the #1 nutritional disorder of cats in the United States? You might be surprised to know that the answer is “Obesity”. In fact, 50% of 5-10 year old cats… Continue reading

Lesa Cline-Ransome’s Writerhood: The Happiness Equation

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Math has never been my subject.  When divvying  up a restaurant tab makes you hyperventilate,  calculating any type of equation can generally cause fits of anxiety.  Mathematicians tell you that what they most… Continue reading

WINNAKEE LAND TRUST AWARDED AT&T FUNDS FOR EDUCATION PROGRAMS, INCLUDING COMMUNITY EARTH DAY EVENT

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Rhinebeck, New York….On Sunday morning, April 22 Edward Bergstraesser, External Affairs New York AT&T, will join Winnakee Land Trust Board and Staff to announce. AT&T has contributed $5,000 in support of the Winnakee BioBlitz Education Program. In… Continue reading

Properly dispose of unwanted medications during Health Quest’s take-back event on April 28

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  Rid your homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted medicines during National Prescription Drug Take Back Day events hosted at Health Quest hospitals. Vassar Brothers Medical Center in Poughkeepsie and Northern Dutchess… Continue reading

Spring Faire

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GALLERY@RHINEBECK ANNOUNCES DETAILS OF 2nd ANNUAL AUTISM AWARENESS EVENT; WORK BY ANDERSON CENTER FOR AUTISM ARTISTS TO BE FEATURED

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  Rhinebeck, New York (Hudson Valley)….The Gallery@Rhinebeck, a commission-free venue which houses the work of over 70 local artists, announced today that it will be hosting its 2nd annual Autism Awareness Art Show.… Continue reading

Board of Education Budget Adoption Date Change

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The Rhinebeck Central School District Board of Education will hold the Public Hearing/Budget Adoption onTuesday, April 17, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. This meeting was previously scheduled for April 10, 2018. The meeting will be held… Continue reading

Vocal Quartet Concert at Messiah, Saturday, April 7 at 7:00 pm

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Paulina Swierczek, soprano will be joined by three of our choir section leaders, Chloë Schaaf, mezzo-soprano, Eric Carey, tenor, and Luke MacMillan, baritone for a performance of the Brahms Liebeslieder Waltzes. The original… Continue reading

Public Input Encouraged for Amtrak Fence Installation Proposal

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Dear Friends, Recently, Amtrak proposed installing fencing along its Right of Way (ROW) in the Towns of Rhinebeck, Red Hook, and Village of Tivoli along the Hudson River. The fence and gates are… Continue reading

The Jewish Center is looking for Artists!

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Dear Clearwater Community

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  Clearwater’s Great Hudson River Revival (The Clearwater Festival), celebrates its 40th Anniversary on June 16 & 17, along the banks of the Hudson River at beautiful Croton Point Park, Croton-On-Hudson! Prior to 1978, the festival was a one-day… Continue reading

Wilderstein’s annual SUMMER PARTY

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Please plan to join us for an “Old-Fashioned Carnival” celebration SATURDAY, JULY 7, 2018 FROM 5 TO 8 PM Cocktails, carnival fare, silent auction, house tours and fun SAVE THE DATE !

The Taste of Rhinebeck is on April 17th  and tickets are going fast!

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The Taste of Rhinebeck food crawl competition returns on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 for its 14th year to benefit Northern Dutchess Hospital. This walkable trail of culinary delights features restaurants, spirit shops and specialty food… Continue reading

CHILI COOK OFF!

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Natural Burial Ground Spring Clean-up

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  Town of Rhinebeck Cemetery Sunday, April 8th 10AM We’ll be gathering downed branches and making brush piles. Please join us! No vehicles permitted within the burial ground itself. ​Please park on the… Continue reading

Update from the Village of Rhinebeck

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  Village of Rhinebeck Dear Village Residents; As many of you know the Village of Rhinebeck has many homes and streets distinguished with State and Federal designations of historic significance. These designations help… Continue reading

Wine and a Play FUNdraiser

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2018 60th ANNUAL LANDSMAN KILL STOCKING CLUB FISHING CONTEST

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  Open to all Rhinebeck School District children ages 3 to under 16 REGISTRATION STARTING  March 1st  at Convenience Corner (Village Mobil) LATE REGISTRATION: 11 am – NOON before the stocking   STREAM CLEAN-UP – SAT., APRIL 14TH – MINI PARK… Continue reading

HOLY WEEK AND EASTER SCHEDULE 2018 at The Church of The Messiah

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Palm Sunday—March 25, 2018 On this day we reenact the procession of Jesus into Jerusalem with palms and special music. Immediately, though, we are in Holy Week as we hear the story of… Continue reading

Dancing into Spring like…

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Photo by Bryan Derballa for The New York Times Spring Talks Tony Kushner on Leonard Bernstein April 20 Pulitzer- and Tony Award–winning playwright and screenwriter Tony Kushner’s Angels in Americaopens this weekend—its first return to… Continue reading

THE TOWN OF RHINEBECK NEWSLETTER SUPERVISOR’S MESSAGE, MARCH 2018 TOWN-WIDE REVALUATION AND REASSESSMENT PROJECT

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This past October the Town Board issued a Request For Proposal (RFP) for a Town-wide Reassessment Project. This was done on the recommendation and at the request of our Assessors. The RFP was… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Town Supervisor’s Message

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  TOWNWIDE REVALUATION AND REASSESSMENT PROJECT This past October the Town Board issued a Request For Proposal (RFP) for a Town-wide Reassessment Project. This was done on the recommendation and at the request… Continue reading

For Anderson Center for Autism, April Marked by Autism Awareness Month Events

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Friday, April 6, 2018 Mr. Anderson Ale Re-Launch Event @Mill House Brewing Company, 289 Mill Street, Poughkeepsie Time: 5PM-7PM Tickets/more info at: andersoncenterforautism.org/mranderson   April 10, 2018 Anderson Center for Autism Art Show… Continue reading

RHINEBECK COMMUNITY 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 2018 scholarship applications are now available in the Rhinebeck High School Guidance Office. Candidates wishing to… Continue reading

Latin inspired pieces feature NEXUS, one of the premier percussion ensembles in the world

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  HYDE PARK, NY – The Northern Dutchess Symphony Orchestra will heat up the evening with two Latin pieces inspired by famous works. First, the Four Seasons of Buenos Aires, a collection of… Continue reading

Dutchess County Division of Solid Waste Management Household Hazardous Waste Disposal & Electronics Recycling

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Rhinebeck GREAT SUMMER EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY!

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  The Town of Rhinebeck seeks an Aquatics Director to  oversee swim lessons and lifeguards for the 2018 summer season.  Must have Lifeguard certification (preferably WSI), Lifeguard Management Course certification and be at least… Continue reading

Culinary crawl offers best of Rhinebeck’s food and beverage scene  

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Rhinebeck – Taste of Rhinebeck returns at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 17, offering a memorable exploration of the local food scene. Taste is walkable culinary crawl with stops inside restaurants, spirit shops and specialty food retailers along… Continue reading