Rhinebeck Central School District update –

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Rhinebeck school budget passes, with a vote of 393 in favor to a vote of 136 opposed. Stephen Jenkins (411 votes), Matthew Van Wormer (416 votes), and Jacqueline Raccuia (411 votes) each won… Continue reading

Click it or Ticket

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Poughkeepsie, New York – May 21, 2019 – The New York State Police is spearheading the statewide “Buckle Up New York” (BUNY) Campaign May 21 through June 30, 2019 in support of the National… Continue reading

Cancer Survivors Day

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Rhinebeck- Vet Insights: Celebrating 40 Years of AAHA Accreditation!

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By Dr. Christina Weckesser   When choosing a veterinarian for your beloved pet, not all practices are created equal.  Each hospital is comprised of a different combination of skills, values, experiences, personalities, and achievements.… Continue reading

Garden Build Challenge

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Backyard to Table (BYTT), a community organization based in Rhinecliff, NY, is excited to announce the 2019 Garden Build Challenge! We invite any and all residents of the Mid-Hudson Valley to apply for a food-producing garden, which we will help… Continue reading

Rhinebeck: From The Rec Desk – Rockin’ On The River #2

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FROM THE REC DESK: Guess what’s on the horizon? The 2nd Annual ROCKIN’ ON THE RIVER! Join us at the Rhinecliff Landing on Saturday, July 27 from 3-8pm. Featuring the fabulous JUKEBOX JUNKIES!… Continue reading

Citizen’s Preparedness Training -Rhinebeck

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Bard Lifetime Learning Institute Update 2019

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If you are not a member of the Lifetime Learning Institute at Bard College, but would like to see what the classes are all about, there will be four weeks of classes on… Continue reading

MONTGOMERY PLACE 2019 SALON SERIES: MUSIC OF THE GILDED AGE

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Saturday, May 11, 3pm Performance: “The Musical Life of Cora and Thomas at Montgomery Place” Saxophone and Harp Cora Livingston and her husband, Thomas, captured the Romantic sensibilities of the 1860s and music… Continue reading

Scrumptious Taste of Rhinebeck raises nearly $26,000 for hospital

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Rhinebeck – Northern Dutchess Hospital received about $26,000 from the 20th annual Taste of Rhinebeck, a culinary festival and competition that drew hundreds to the village center and showcased the creative talents of the… Continue reading

Jeanne Kelly’s tips regarding Student Loans and Credit

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Graduations are here and I can’t help but think about all the amazing college graduates that will be launched into the real world these coming months. And then my mind wonders to all… Continue reading

Creating Climate Courage

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Join Us for Creating Climate Courage Thursday, May 16th, 2019 7:00 p.m. at CO in Rhinebeck 6571 Spring Brook Avenue, Rhinebeck NY 12572 Got the global warming blues? Shake ‘em off with a… Continue reading

ANDERSON CENTER AND EMPIRE STATE DEVELOP INITIATIVE TO BETTER MEET NEEDS OF THOSE WITH AUTISM

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Staatsburg, New York…On Monday, May 6, 2019, executives from Anderson Center for Autism and SUNY Empire State College held a signing ceremony at Anderson Center to mark the launch of a cross-institutional educational… Continue reading

A change in Kindergarten age requirements – rhinebeck Central School District

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Chancellor Livingston Elementary School   A Change in K age Requirements   In an effort to help ensure that our incoming Kindergarten students are developmentally prepared for school-age curriculum and social experiences, the Rhinebeck… Continue reading

Artwork by Rhinebeck Central School District

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“Just Imagine!”  Artwork by Rhinebeck Central School District Students May 1 – May 31, 2019 Opening Reception Friday, May 10, 5:30 – 7:30pm             The thirteenth annual group exhibition of works by students attending… Continue reading

Lifetime Learning Institute at Bard College

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If you are not a member of the Lifetime Learning Institute at Bard College, but would like to see what the classes are all about, there will be four weeks of classes on… Continue reading

Rhinebeck gains two primary care providers

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Rhinebeck –  Health Quest Medical Practice recently added two providers to the primary care office on the campus of Northern Dutchess Hospital, 6511 Springbrook Ave.   Dr. Hank Bacon comes from Health Quest Urgent Care… Continue reading

Village of Rhinebeck Mayor’s Message for May 2019

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Here in the Village of Rhinebeck, many of us celebrated Earth Day on April 22. Earth Day is now a global event, and every year as many as one billion people around the… Continue reading

Rhinebeck water distribution improvement project

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Water Distribution Improvement Project The following are the three different service line scenarios that will affect the user/customer the most. 1. Service identified as Satisfactory by Village pre-inspection a. Contractor to install new… Continue reading

THE TOWN OF RHINEBECK IS SEEKING A PART TIME MAINTENANCE PERSON FOR THE SUMMER SEASON

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. The position begins Memorial Day and ends Labor Day. The pay is $14.25 per hour for approximately 20 hours per week. Please complete an application and email it to recreation@rhinebeckny.gov.  Applications are available… Continue reading

Children’s Book Week – Oblong Books Hosting Grandparents’ Night in Rhinebeck

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Children’s Book Week is April 29-May 5.  Friday, May 3, 5-6:30 pm Grandparents’ Night Oblong Books & Music, 6422 Montgomery Street, Rhinebeck, NY (845) 876-0500  Oblong’s Suzanna Hermans will talk about ways to encourage reading… Continue reading

Spring Faire at Primrose Hill School

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Saturday, May 4, 11am to 4pm Join us for Maypole Dancing, Food, Crafts, Baby Bunnies, Jump Rope Making, Screen Printing, Face Painting, Games, Earth Oven Bread Baking and an Owl Visit 23 Spring… Continue reading

Rhinecliff Volunteer Fire Company and Rescue Squad Open House

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The Rhinecliff Volunteer Fire Company and Rescue Squad will host an open house this Saturday, April 27 from 11am – 4pm. Come visit our station, see the trucks and learn how you can make… Continue reading

Rhinebeck : From the Rec Desk:

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Register now for summer camp! Spots are filling up fast! We have a fun-filled summer planned with exciting new changes, local field trips and more! We have also simplified the registration process so… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Central School- Use of Remaining Unused Emergency Closing Day

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As many parents and staff are aware, the 2018-19 school calendar was built to provide for five (5) emergency closing days.  To date, only two (2) of those emergency closing days had been… Continue reading

Red Hook couple arrest for theft and fraud in Rhinebeck

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Rhinebeck, New York – On April 22, 2019, the New York State Police from the Rhinebeck barracks arrested a Red Hook, NY, couple for felony fraud and theft charges.   Shelby M. Blanchard,… Continue reading

Take-back events for unwanted medications held April 27

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  LAGRANGEVILLE, NY – Unused or expired prescription medications are a public safety issue and can lead to accidental poisoning, misuse and overdose, according to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency.   To address… Continue reading

PUBLISHES NEW BOOK WITH UNIQUE TAKE ON SPIRITUALITY

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  What do spirituality, cats, Harry Potter, yoga, forest bathing, and Star Wars have in common? Find out at an evening chat with Rhinebeck author Sarah Bowen as she shares from Spiritual Rebel:… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Farmers’ Market Celebrates its 25th Anniversary With A New Opening Date!

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The Rhinebeck Farmers Market begins its 25th season on Sunday May 5th from 10:00AM-2:00PM. The market has established a new outdoor schedule this year, beginning the first Sunday in May, and ending December 29th.There is… Continue reading

Taste of Rhinebeck: Reserve Now

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Get Your Tickets for A Taste of Rhinebeck 2019. A Taste of Rhinebeck is on April 30th and tickets are going fast! It only happens once a year: The village businesses open their… Continue reading