Fair to celebrate environment

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The Rhinebeck Reformed Church’s third annual Environmental Fair will take place 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at the Rhinebeck Reformed Church on 6368 Mill St. The event is free open and open… Continue reading

Mass CPR Training at Hudson Valley Youth Fest

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 May 17th 2008 11:00am – 12:00pm Hudson Valley Youth Fest Dutchess county Fairgrounds, Rhinebeck- Northern Dutchess Hospital has partnered with The Heart Safe Club, a non – profit organization dedicated to making our… Continue reading

Athletes ride to raise funds for exchange

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RHINEBECK – Many of the students who traveled to Germany and played soccer in Rheinbach last year as part of the Rhinebeck-Rheinbach Sports Exchange (RRSE) will be hosting their opposing team’s players from… Continue reading

Wilderstein exhibit celebrates women’s art

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Executive Director Gregory Sokaris says that “Art of, For & By Women” will bring to life the social, cultural and economic contributions the women of Wilderstein have made, and their profound impact on… Continue reading

Solas An Lae – May 2nd & 3rd

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Solas An Lae May 2nd – May 3rd The Center for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck Fast-paced, electrically charged dance by Solas An Lae (Light Of Day), Dutchess County’s critically acclaimed Irish dance company.… Continue reading

New Town Attorney-

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RHINEBECK – In a move that Rhinebeck Town Supervisor Tom Traudt described as “a change of face” for the new administration, the town board selected the law firm of Gellert & Klein to… Continue reading

BLAST OFF CLS: NASA scientist gives memorable lesson

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“Imagine that some of your students in class now could one day be seated at the console in Mission Control in Houston, Texas as we witness astronauts, engineers and scientists building colonies and… Continue reading

Jewish center ready for first Passover

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RHINEBECK – The Rhinebeck Jewish Center is getting ready to celebrate its first Passover, and Rabbi Hanoch Hecht is preparing to preside over his first Seder since the center opened its doors in… Continue reading

Flea Market at Rhinebeck-2008

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Dutchess County Fair Grounds April 19th & 20th.

Mad Dash Meeting

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The next meeting will be April 21st at 7pm Church of the Messiah – Rhinebeck,NY 845-876-3533 Donnegan  Hall.  This will be a meeting to check in to see how everyone  is progressing.  Thanks… Continue reading

My Favorite Dream “A Virginia Tech Tribute”

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 Tanner Blankenship, wrote this tribute song and made this video, right after the tragedy. He also performed this song on the Mornin Thang show on K92 radio station in Roanoke, VA, a week… Continue reading

Spending up, but tax rate down in Rhinebeck village budget

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Mid-Hudson Central- RHINEBECK – Spending, along with the amount to be raised by property taxes, would rise under a proposed 2008-09 village budget. As a result of a 9.7 percent increase in the… Continue reading

Ex-public access TV head admits to theft

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POUGHKEEPSIE – The former head of the Northern Dutchess public access television station, PANDA, pleaded guilty to grand larceny in Dutchess County Court Tuesday, admitting he stole $22,198 from the station last year.… Continue reading

Rhinecliff library began as community center

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On May 24, library officials are holding a centennial celebration for the library in Rhinecliff. The library is part of the Mid-Hudson Library System and is listed on the national and state registers… Continue reading

Applications solicited for pool concessions

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RHINEBECK – The Town of Rhinebeck is accepting vendor applications to work the concession stand at the town’s pool complex. Applications will be accepted until Friday. Call town Councilman Bruce Washburn at 845-876-3409… Continue reading

PANDA ex-treasurer admits stealing funds

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The former treasurer of a Rhinebeck-based public access television station admitted in court today he stole more than $20,000 from the station last year. Charles Callejo, 56, of Red Hook, entered a guilty… Continue reading

Walk will raise funds for autism

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RHINEBECK -The Autism Walk & Expo of the Hudson Valley Region will be held April 27 at the grandstand and track area of the Dutchess County Fairgrounds. Read On: http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2008804130323  

2008 Open Book and Grievance Information

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 RHINEBECK – OPEN BOOK This is when the Assessors are available to meet with property owners about concerns and questions regarding the assessment of their properties. The assessment roll books will also be… Continue reading

Sewer district residents fed up

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When Edmund Tobin, resident of the Vanderburgh Cove Sewer District – which straddles the border between Rhinebeck and Hyde Park – opened his sewer bill last week, it was three times the cost… Continue reading

Anderson Center looks to grow

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The Anderson Center for Autism is looking to expand its programming to incorporate programs for adults and pre-school aged children. Read On: http://www.midhudsoncentral.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=19467634&BRD=1704&PAG=461&dept_id=71705&rfi=6

TOWN OF RHINEBECK APRIL 14, 2008 TOWN BOARD AGENDA

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Vendor applications for concession stand at pool complex are being accepted until April 18th.  Contact Bruce Washburn for more information. Website Committee and Waterfront Day Committee are looking for new members. April 26th… Continue reading

Missing cable TV money repaid

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RHINEBECK – A Red Hook man accused of embezzling more than $20,000 from a public access television station in northern Dutchess County has paid the money back. A plea agreement could be the… Continue reading

ENVIRONMENTAL FAIR

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Earth Day 2008 Sunday, April 20th 11:00 am – 2:00 pm Rhinebeck Reformed Church 6368 Mill Street (Corner of South and Mill St.) Come join us!  Presenters from various organizations will be available… Continue reading

Students whipped into shape

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RHINEBECK – A healthy lifestyle is something most people strive for these days, and learning about ways to exercise and eat well is something that educators in this area are beginning to stress… Continue reading

Library to celebrate 100 years

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RHINECLIFF – The folks at the Morton Memorial Library and Community House are starting to get excited. Read On: http://www.midhudsoncentral.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=19467603&BRD=1702&PAG=461&dept_id=69079&rfi=6

Local photographer publishes fourth book

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RHINEBECK – Robert Kalman, a former principal at Chancellor Livingston Elementary School and professional photographer, recently published his fourth book of photographic portraits, entitled “Face New York.” Read On: http://www.midhudsoncentral.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=19467598&BRD=1702&PAG=461&dept_id=69079&rfi=6

RHS’s ‘Footloose’ impresses audience

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RHINEBECK – This weekend, the Rhinebeck High School Drama Club put on its performance of “Footloose” for its annual spring musical, and director Vincent Nugent called the performance an incredible success. Read On:… Continue reading

Knife-wielding teen arrested

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RHINEBECK – The Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a local teenager for allegedly attacking two Rhinebeck residents with a machete. Read On: http://www.midhudsoncentral.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=19467474&BRD=1702&PAG=461&dept_id=69079&rfi=6

Movie shoot draws on valley’s assets

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A year ago, the Hudson Valley Film Commission was contacted by Touch Productions, a British Company that wanted to produce a documentary, “Human Footprint,” that would look at all the things an average… Continue reading

Wilderstein estate offers Victorian elegance

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  For a glimpse into days gone past, one need look no further than The Wilderstein Historic Site in Rhinebeck.     The property was bought in 1852 by Thomas Holy Suckley, who… Continue reading