MAYOR HEATH TORTARELLA ON FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY

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Second in importance, only to public safety, is a government’s ability and willingness to exercise fiscal responsibility.  As a taxpayer, I respect the hard work that goes into every dollar earned and spend… Continue reading

Letter to the Editor from Brenda Klaproth

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As spring is almost here, Rhinebeck Village political signs are up and candidates are hoofing it door to door. Some candidates are focusing on local concerns, such as improving the village infrastructure, while… Continue reading

Morton’s 8th Annual Celebration of Community Talent Show

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Morton’s 8th Annual Celebration of Community Talent Show Friday March 3, 2017 Doors open at 6pm. Show begins at 7pm   This is an evening to celebrate the talents of our community, our friends and… Continue reading

SUMMERTIDE 2017

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CASCADE MOUNTAIN WINERY & RESTAURANT CELEBRATES 40 YEARS OF DELICIOUS  WINE & FOOD WITH SUMMERTIDE 2017 AN AMAZING BLEND OF LOCAL FOOD, CRAFT BEVERAGES, AND MUSIC     AMENIA, New York, March 2017… Continue reading

Letter to the Editor: Sipperley’s Endorsement of Tortarella , Traudt & Sanchez

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Originally posted on Rhinebeck Community Forum:
2/26/17 I am deeply honored to recommend for re-election to the Rhinebeck Village Board of Trustees, Heath Tortarella for Mayor, Howie Traudt for Trustee, and William Sanchez…

Letter to the Editor: Cunningham’s Endorsement of Tortarella

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Rhinebeck has always enjoyed a high degree of volunteerism and volunteers have differing talents to share.  It takes a talented organizer to make the most of these talents and Mayor Heath Tortarella has… Continue reading

IT STARTS WITH US By GINA FOX, RHINEBECK VILLAGE TRUSTEE

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My roots run deep in Rhinebeck. Raising my four children here has allowed me to become deeply invested in the community.   I currently serve on the Rhinebeck Cemetery Committee and volunteer at… Continue reading

Global | Local: Experiments in the Arts and Humanities

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  Friday, March 31 and Saturday, April 1, 2017 Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson Reem-Kayden Center This 2-day conference will explore the relationships between technology and human experience as they play out across local and… Continue reading

Letter to the Editor: Sipperley’s Endorsement of Tortarella , Traudt & Sanchez

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2/26/17 I am deeply honored to recommend for re-election to the Rhinebeck Village Board of Trustees, Heath Tortarella for Mayor, Howie Traudt for Trustee, and William Sanchez for Judge. I have known these… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Village Informational Notice Issued Tuesday, February 28, 2017

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VILLAGE OF RHINEBECK 76 East Market Street, Rhinebeck, NY 12572-1697 845-876-7015 845-876-5583 Fax http://www.rhinebecknyvillage.org Informational Notice Village of Rhinebeck Voters 1. The annual Village election will take place on Tuesday, March 21, 2017… Continue reading

Letter to the Editor : Mackie’s Endorsement of Bassett

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Originally posted on Rhinebeck Community Forum:
Dear Editor, When I moved to Rhinebeck twenty-three years ago, Gary Bassett was my first friend and neighbor. That is not why I’m voting for him as…

Letter to the Editor : Mackie’s Endorsement of Bassett

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Dear Editor, When I moved to Rhinebeck twenty-three years ago, Gary Bassett was my first friend and neighbor. That is not why I’m voting for him as Mayor of Rhinebeck on March 21st.… Continue reading

Village of Rhinebeck Informational Notice Issued Monday, February 27, 2017

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   In response to this weekend’s storm, the Village Highway Department will begin picking up storm debris today and continue through the remainder of this week. Please place debris at the edge of… Continue reading

Poughkeepsie Journal Reports Hit and Run in Rhinebeck Village – RBK Police looking for info

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(Photo: courtesy police photo)                     Village of Rhinebeck Police at 845-876-8181. More Info : http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/news/

Book Discussion with Ellen Messer “Back Rooms: Voices from the Illegal Abortion Era”

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Book Discussion with Ellen Messer “Back Rooms:  Voices from the Illegal Abortion Era” Thursday, March 9, 2017 at 6:30 pm Join Ellen for a thought-provoking program.  She will read selections from Back Rooms… Continue reading

  Join the Conversation…

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“The Winnakee-Dutchess Trails Roundtable brings stakeholders together to foster the development of trails on a local and regional scale through networking, information sharing, and enhancing access to financial resources and technical assistance.” Winnakee-Dutchess… Continue reading

ELLIOTT AND ELEANOR ROOSEVELT: THE STORY OF A FATHER AND HIS DAUGHTER IN THE GILDED AGE

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  The Franklin D. Roosevelt  Presidential Library and Museum presents an author talk  and book signing with Geraldine Hawkins, author of ELLIOTT AND ELEANOR ROOSEVELT: THE STORY OF A FATHER AND HIS  DAUGHTER… Continue reading

Mayor Tortarella on the Village Highway Department

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 Our crew that consists of a Working Foreman and 3 additional Motor Equipment Operators is complimented by a full-time Maintenance Worker stationed at Village Hall and seasonal workers that help with leaf pickup… Continue reading

Letter to the Editor: A WORD FROM GARY BASSETT, RHINEBECK VILLAGE TRUSTEE

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  I am running for Mayor because Rhinebeck deserves better leadership, better roads, a better water system, stronger working relationships within Village, and with the Town, County and State. Right now our drinking… Continue reading

The Rhinebeck Garden Club “Exploring the Trees Found at the Rhinebeck Cemetery”.

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  Wednesday, March 22 – The Rhinebeck Garden Club will host a program at the Rhinebeck Town Hall at 10 am. Presenter: Suzanne Kelly will talk about “Exploring the Trees Found at the… Continue reading

Wilderstein – 2017 Roosevelt Seminar Series

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Announcing Wilderstein’s Spring Seminar Series ! The Roosevelt Circle: A Closer Perspective April 5 The Roosevelts Entertain the King & Queen April 12 Frances Perkins – The New Deal’s First Lady (Part I)… Continue reading

THE RHINEBECK HISTORICAL SOCIETY – Upcoming Programs

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Originally posted on Rhinebeck Community Forum:
? ? Friday, February 24, at 7:30pm at the Starr Library, The History of the Bluestone Industry Robert Donaldson, the author of Chronicles of Ulster: Volumes I…

THE RHINEBECK HISTORICAL SOCIETY – Upcoming Programs

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    Friday, February 24, at 7:30pm at the Starr Library, The History of the Bluestone Industry Robert Donaldson, the author of Chronicles of Ulster: Volumes I and II, is a graduate of… Continue reading

Fisher Center at Bard College This Weekend Only: Bernstein’s “Candide”

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The Orchestra Now Presents CANDIDE By Leonard Bernstein Conducted by James Bagwell Saturday, February 25 at 8 pm Sunday, February 26 at 2 pm Tickets: $25—35 TON associate conductor and academic director James… Continue reading

Vassar Repertory Dance Theatre – Special Offer for CENTER members!

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  We invite you to join us at the Bardavon!!!   This year’s program features a new, fun and thought-provoking modern work created for VRDT dancers by distinguished choreographer David Dorfman. Ballet fans can look forward to an excerpt… Continue reading

LOOKING FOR ABSTRACT ARTISTS!!!

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 UlsterArtistsOnline.org website.

Letter to the Editor : In support for Gary Bassett mayoral candidate – Rhinebeck Village

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  Gary Bassett would be an excellent Mayor for the Village of Rhinebeck. You really get to know someone when you work closely with them as I worked with Gary for 15 years.… Continue reading

Rhinebeck hospital program focuses on managing diabetes

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    Rhinebeck, N.Y — Balancing a healthy diet with exercise and medicine are important tools for managing diabetes.   To help people live well with the chronic disease, Northern Dutchess Hospital will offer… Continue reading

Meet the artist Grand Cru Beer & Cheese Market March 5th, 2017- M. Salamone of Carrick Photography & Rhinebeck Community Forum

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Ice Boats on the Hudson River 2014 – M. Salamone   Sunday, March 5 at 2 PM – 5 PM Next Week Grand Cru Beer & Cheese Market 6384 Mill St, Rhinebeck, New… Continue reading

Screenagers : THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 2017, 6:30-8:30

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Are you looking for the best way to manage screen time for your family? Are you worried that your kids will be left behind or that they are too absorbed by their screens?… Continue reading