Indians in Rhinebeck

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Evidence of the earlist inhabitants of Rhinebeck was recently uncovered at the new Mazzarella Park next to the library…Chris Lindner of Bard College was described as finding “More than 30 spearheads dating back… Continue reading

Family Movie Night >>> Free!

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Free Family Movie Night Sponsored by Rhinebeck Rentals and Town of Rhinebeck Recreation Committee September 1st, 2006, 8pm

RHINECLIFF WATERFRONT DAY, SUNDAY, AUGUST 6 Agenda

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PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS A PAST DATE 2006  PLEASE SEE HOME FOR RECENT LISTING…    RHINECLIFF WATERFRONT DAY, SUNDAY, AUGUST 6 11am – 5pm Join Us at the Rhinecliff Dock for a Day… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Town Board Meeting Monday, July 24th, 6:45 PM

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 If you have an interest in the town doing more for the arts and culture and/or for senior citizens, please join us in public conversation and help decide these matters at Monday’s board meeting, beginning… Continue reading

The Mad Dash Road Race will be held on Labor Day

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This is an old Post…. Please press Home for updates on the Dash!

Rhinecliff Waterfront Day, Sunday August 6th-2006…

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The Rhinecliff Waterfront Committee presents The Second Rhinecliff Waterfront Day, an event to celebrate the Hamlet of Rhinecliff and our wonderful waterfront resource.  

Upcoming Town meeting agenda – July 24th…Rhinebeck Town Hall

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The town board’s next meeting, Monday, July 24th, will include a public discussion of whether two additional committees are warranted —

Update on the Comprehensive Plan

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From Town Supervisor Steve Block: The public hearing on the draft comprehensive plan has been recessed for now.  We will reopen the hearing when and if changes to the plan require further public review and… Continue reading

Town of Rhinebeck Highway Department report

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Highlights from the recent Town Highway Department newsletter. Please send any comments or questions to Highway Superintendent Kathy Kinsella at  kathykinsella@juno.com Regraded our remaining dirt roads to help preserve them Researched and developed new… Continue reading

100 new senior units proposed

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A new proposal to develop 100 new assisted living units at Ferncliff on River Road was presented at the Rhinebeck zoning board last night. You can see the article here in the Poughkeepsie Journal… I… Continue reading

Health care report card

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The non-profit New York Health Accountability Foundation has issued a report on quality of care at county hospitals and HMO performance. Here are the scores for our local providers: Hospitals General medical care… Continue reading

The best Farmers Market…

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It is so great to have the bakers, vegetable and fruit growers, cheesemakers, flower sellers come to Rhinebeck on Sundays so we can buy foodstuffs for the week. I used to buy from… Continue reading

Reform Church turns 275 years old…Linwood Sisters celebrate 400 years

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Congratulations to the Reform Church (formerly known as the Dutch Reform Church) on turning 275 years old. Also the Sisters of the Society of Saint Ursala who live at and manage Linwood Spiritual Center… Continue reading

Online property assessments…

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Curiousity made me check out the property values of my adjacent neighbors…uhm…neighborhood looks good…this is a great online tool for learning about the ownership and value of different pieces of property in Dutchess… Continue reading

Proposed extension of the Moratorium law

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Here is the link to the proposed extension to the Rhinebeck building moratorium. http://www.rhinebeckny.org/pll0306.pdf  Comments from those who have studied it are very welcome.

Hello Rhinebeck!

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Welcome to Rhinebeck Community Forum. This is a neutral space to share information and opinions about the finest village in the Hudson Valley. There are many local issues that people have been discussing lately… Continue reading

Dutchess County Rabies Clinic~ Free to residents

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The next rabies clinic, free to Dutchess County residents and sponsored by the Dutchess County Department of Health, will be held on Wednesday, March 28th, 2012, from 10 am to 2 pm at the… Continue reading

Exploring Family History at Starr Library

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What:  Exploring Family History When:  Thursday, March 22, at 6:30pm Where: Starr Library, 68 W. Market St., Rhinebeck RSVP:  Please call (845) 876-4030 to register.  Free. Discover Your Family Ancestry and Story Where… Continue reading

MARCH 15TH THIRD THURSDAY LUNCH~ The Church of the Messiah

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MARCH 15TH, 2012  THIRD THURSDAY This month’s luncheon is on March 15th, 2012 and will be for the benefit of Rural and Migrant Ministries, an organization creating opportunities for those migrant workers who work… Continue reading

Morton’s Acoustic Show March 16th,2012

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Morton’s Acoustic Show Friday, March 16 @ 8:00 Before microphones, before amplifiers, before electric guitars, there was… Pure Acoustic Music! Featuring: Little Creek, Grass Fed, Geri Loughery, Mike Aguirre, Todd Young. Donations Suggested. Refreshments… Continue reading

Rethinking the Rules of Living Lecture Series: March 13th, 2012

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Rethinking the Rules of Living Lecture Series with Judith Garten  Taming the Rascal Within Tuesday, March 13th  7PM Starr Library 68 West Market Street Rhinebeck, NY 12572 “If you want to identify me,… Continue reading