Church of the Messiah’s Third Thursday Luncheon November 15th

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Come this Thursday to Messiah’s Third Thursday Luncheon between 11:30 am and 1:00 pm. Cost is $5.00 per person for soup, sandwich or quiche, and dessert.  This month’s proceeds will benefit the SPCA.… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Lions Club will be delivering Thanksgiving Dinner

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The Rhinebeck Lions Club will again be delivering Thanksgiving Dinner.  If you knows of a neighbor, family member, or friend that will not be able to have a Thanksgiving dinner and would like… Continue reading

Town Board Meeting-November 13, 2007

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Rebuilding Together Dutchess County, formerly know as XMAS in April, is   beginning its 17th year of providing home repairs for low income homeowners in   our county.  Applications are available in the Town Clerk’s… Continue reading

Clinton Corners man killed while helping drunk driver who had crashed

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 37-year-old Clinton Corners man was killed on Route 199 in Rhinebeck after stopping  to help an automobile accident victim who was later found to be drunk, the Dutchess County Sheriff’s Department said. Friends… Continue reading

Supervisor unseated.

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RHINEBECK – The Republican Party in Rhinebeck had cause to celebrate on election night. The votes have been tallied, and according to the unofficial numbers reported by the board of elections, a new… Continue reading

Rhinebeck- The votes are in.

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Town Supervisor 100% of districts reporting  Steven Block*(D) – 1113 votes WINNER: Thomas Traudt (R)  – 1345 votes http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2007711070335                     

Town of Rhinebeck – Open Space & Affordable Housing Commitee Forum.

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Church of the Messiah (Parish Hall) November,14th 6:30pm – 8:30pm 6436 Montgomery St., Rhinebeck. Forums to assist Rhinebeck planning http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2007711130305 The Open Space and Affordable Housing Committe is hosting a series of public forums to… Continue reading

Steven Block answers the Journal’s questions

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Thomas Traudt answers the Journal’s questions

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Comprehensive plan a priority in Rhinebeck

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RHINEBECK – The comprehensive plan and future growth in the town are some of the key issues for the candidates in this year’s town elections. http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2007711040366

PANDA moves to new home

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PANDA’s original studio in Rhinebeck, located in the Center for the Performing Arts, closed in 2004. Transmission facilities were then moved temporarily to Rhinebeck Town Hall until a permanent location was found. The… Continue reading

Some may miss chance to cast vote

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Suit delays absentee ballots in Clinton, Rhinebeck. http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2007711010310

Rhinebeck parents told about possible staph

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RHINEBECK — A note sent home to parents from Joseph Phelan, superintendent of the Rhinebeck Central School District, said a middle school student has a suspected case of methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus, or MRSA.… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Farmer’s Market Closing Day November 18th

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November 18th  –   Winter Squash Free soup to warm you! http://www.rhinebeckfarmersmarket.com/

See you in the spring! Dutchess County Fair Grounds

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See you in the Spring! Note from the DC Fair Grounds web site: We love Pets but please understand we cannot accommodate them inside the fairgrounds. It is against the law to leave… Continue reading

Rhinebeck in Novemeber

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CENTER FOR PERFORMING ARTS AT RHINEBECK Saturday Morning Family Series November  3rd Michael’s Surprise Show with Michael Wolski. Unpredictable and inspiring journey into the world of puppets. Michael shares his secrets of creation… Continue reading

Rhinebeck pair disagree on course

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RHINEBECK – With town officials crafting a comprehensive plan and zoning code, this year’s supervisor race will play a huge role in steering the town’s future. http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2007710280339

We Love A Parade – Rhinebeck’s Halloween Parade

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Thank you for such a great parade!     We loved it.. The parade was judged, but every child was made to feel like a winner when the goody bags were handed out! Look for… Continue reading

Antarctica is topic at bookstore event today

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 “Antarctica: Life on the Ice,” at 7:30 p.m.  October 27th –  at Oblong Books and Music, 6422 Montgomery St., Rhinebeck. http://www.oblongbooks.com  or call 845-876-0500.

Fallen firefighter’s name added to memorial

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    Gazette Advertiser:    http://www.midhudsoncentral.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=18952214&BRD=1702&PAG=461&dept_id=69079&rfi=6

Bard College students busted for drugs

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Pumpkin Festival October 27th- Rain Date the 28th

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RHINEBECK – The third annual Rhinebeck Pumpkin Festival will be held from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday in the Foster’s parking lot, Route 9, Rhinebeck Pumpkin carving, face painting, food, entertainment and a… Continue reading

Holiday Trim a Tree Sale – Oct 27th

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Oct. 27 from 10:00 -3:00 Church of the Messiah –  Parish Hall. Lots of goodies!      Bargains galore! Need More Info –  Call: 876-3533

Creating A Family Cookbook—writing Recipes 101

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October 30th Location: Fleisher’s Organic & Grass-Fed Meats With Kendra Lott, 7:30-9pm, $35.00  Nothing is cause for tears more than trying to recreate Grandma’s Sunday gravy and having it fall short of what… Continue reading

Flea Market – Rhinebeck Oct 27th-28th

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Flea Market At Rhinebeck  from October 27th to October 28th Location: Dutchess County Fairgrounds, Rhinebeck Please contact the Fairgrounds for further information. For more information: 845-876-4001 http://www.dutchessfair.com

Upstate Films in Rhinebeck is hosting a late-night Halloween-themed screening.

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                               PURPLE RAIN:  OCT 26-28 Fri & Sat 11:30pm   – students with ID always only pay $6 for late shows. OCT 28 Sun  – 8:15 *PURPLE RAIN  – Friday’s late show with costume contest!  All… Continue reading

Once again – Thank You Rhinecliff… Non- Partisan Election Coverage!

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rhinecliff.org is proud to announce the addition of our special election coverage for 2007. In an effort to serve the Rhinecliff and Rhinebeck community and in keeping with our non-partisan tradition, we asked… Continue reading

Church’s lunches benefiting charities

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“The lunch was excellent,” said Ruth Wahtera, a Hurley resident. “What a bargain. It’s not only a bargain, but you also know your money is going to a good cause.” For $5, residents… Continue reading

Third Thursday Luncheon… A five dollar lunch in Rhinebeck!

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The Church of the Messiah 6436 Montgomery Street, Rhinebeck (845) 876-3533 Please join us on the Third Thursday of every month, from October through May, for lunch in the parish hall. Drop in… Continue reading

Bullying and Harassment Parent Information Night

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Monday –  October 22 – 7:00pm Red Hook High School 103 W. Market St. Red Hook,  845-758-2241. Your welcome to take part… Bullying happens in every community!