PAPER CUTTING WORKSHOP AT THE PINE PLAINS FREE LIBRARY

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Pine Plains, NY -On Saturday, April 1st at 2pm, artist Yvonne Laube will be coming to the Pine Plains Free Library to lead a workshop on creative paper cutting. This beginners workshop is… Continue reading

Spring Into Ireland! Introduction to Irish Language at Red Hook Public Library

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  (RED HOOK, NY) —  At 5 pm on Tuesday March 14th, Red Hook Public Library presents the first installment of a four week series exploring Irish language, culture, and history. The four week course… Continue reading

La Dolce Lingua Red Hook Public Library offers free Italian lessons

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  (RED HOOK, NY) —  Join native speaker Patrizia for free Italian language classes at Red Hook Public Library. This year’s class is geared towards beginners and advanced beginners and takes place at 5… Continue reading

 JAPANESE-AMERICAN INTERNMENT TALK COMING TO THE PINE PLAINS FREE LIBRARY

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Pine Plains, NY – On Friday, April 7th at 6pm, the Pine Plains Free Library will host Jeffrey Urbin, the Education Specialist from the F.D.R. Presidential Library and Museum for a special talk… Continue reading

FRANC PALAIA : 100 Points of View

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MadagascarConnect’s 1st Annual CHILI COOK-OFF

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CultureConnect is a local nonprofit with the mission to prepare youth to interact with their local and global communities with intelligence, compassion, and cultural competence. MadagascarConnect will be sending 6 student ambassadors to… Continue reading

Adjustment to Aging support group returns to Rhinebeck hospital

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  Rhinebeck – An Adjustment to Aging support group will meet for 10 weeks from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Mondays between April 24 and June 26 at the Center for Healthy Aging, 6529… Continue reading

Duo Lontano: Babette Hierholzer and Jürgen Appell, pianists to perform at Kaatsbaan

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  Duo Lontano:  Babette Hierholzer and Jürgen Appell   Sunday, April 2, 2017 at 2:30 p.m   Adults – $30, Student Rush and children – $10  Kaatsbaan International Dance Center 120 Broadway, Tivoli, NY… Continue reading

OBLONG BOOKS’ SUZANNA HERMANS NAMED  ONE OF THE 2017 NATIONAL BOOK AWARDS JUDGE

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Oblong Books & Music is thrilled to announce that Suzanna Hermans has been tapped to join the prestigious panel of judges for the 2017 National Book Awards. She will be judging Young People’s… Continue reading

Lesa Cline-Ransome’s Writerhood : Me, Myself and I

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  I’ve never been a fan of New Year’s resolutions.   They’ve always felt to me like daily reminders of my lack of discipline and perseverance. So when my daughter asked on January 1st… Continue reading

Letter to the Editor : Candidate Endorsement of Gary Bassett

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Believe it when Village of Rhinebeck Mayoral candidate Gary Bassett touts his leadership skills.  He spent 35 years as a Development Manager at IBM and is currently an Engineering Manager for Hudson Solar.… Continue reading

GALLERY@RHINEBECK ANNOUNCES DETAILS OF AUTISM AWARENESS EVENT; WORK BY ANDERSON CENTER FOR AUTISM ARTISTS TO BE SHOWCASED

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  Rhinebeck, New York (Hudson Valley)….The Gallery@Rhinebeck, a commission-free venue designed to showcase the fine art, sculpture, and handmade jewelry of local artists, has announced that it will be hosting an event to… Continue reading

Please Join Us For Our Annual  DAFFODIL TEA Saturday, April 1 at 1pm

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  On this day of foolery – come to Wilderstein for some serious fun!  Enjoy a memorable afternoon with fine tea AND an assortment of homemade delectables.  Also included is a brief talk about the artwork in… Continue reading

Winnakee Land Trust announces reaccreditation by the Land Trust Accreditation Commission

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  Rhinebeck, NY (February 22, 2017) – At a time of political change, one thing is clear and consistent: Americans strongly support saving the open spaces they love. Since 1989, Winnakee Land Trust, has… Continue reading

Summer Camp spans generations at The Center for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck

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  Rhinebeck, NY:  “The Lion King, Jr.,” “Annie,” and “James and the Giant Peach, Jr.” will be the showcase musicals for The Center for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck’s 2017 summer camp season. Campers… Continue reading

NEW RECREATION PROGRAM!

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The CENTER For Performing Arts at Rhinebeck is offering an after school theater workshop to children ages 8 to 14, focusing on stagecraft, costumes, and props for theater as students rehearse a short play… Continue reading

Spring Egg Hunt

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Town of Rhinebeck’s Annual Spring Egg Hunt April 8th, 2017 10:00am at the Rec Park There will be egg hunts for various ages, and a visit from HOPPY the bunny! Please bring your own… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Garden Club

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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 Rhinebeck… Continue reading

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