Rhinebeck & Area events, fun stuff

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Real Estate Agent with Goddard Real Estate LLC

 

The following events advertised by the Rhinebeck Chamber of Commerce  may be a source of enjoyment .

 

Timeless Blossoms - Opening Reception & Exhibition
from April 20th to May 26th
Betsy Jacaruso Studio & Gallery, Red Hook

An exhibition of Botanicals in Watercolor by Betsy Jacaruso will open, with a Reception - 6-8pm - on Friday, April 20, and run through May 26, 2007.
For more information: 845-758-9244
You can also visit: http://www.betsyjacarusostudio.com/

 

Upstate Films: 35th Anniversary Celebration
from May 1st to May 31st
Upstate Films, 6415 Montgomery St, Rhinebeck

Guest speakers and film events throughout May. Check website, www.upstatefilms.org for specific information.
For more information: 845-876-4546
You can also visit: http://www.upstatefilms.org./

 

The Creative Experience - 40 Works
from May 1st to May 29th
Montgomery Row Second Level

The first annual exhibition by Rhinebeck High School & Bulkeley Middle School Art Students showcasing the talent of Rhinebeck students involved in the Rhinebeck Central School's art program. 40 works, by 40 students, including papier mache, scratchboard, self portraits, paintings and stained glass are representative of the depth & breath of talent, teaching and learning occuring in the Rhinebeck Central School District.
For more information: Sue Hartshorn
You can also visit: http://www.montgomeryrow.com/

 

Regular Tour Season - Wilderstein Historic Site
from May 3rd to October 28th
Wilderstein Historic Site

House museum open for guided tours Thursdays through Sundays, noon until 4pm. Last tour is at 3:30pm. $10 per adult, $9 per student/senior, children under 12 are free. Call 845-876-4818 for more information.
For more information: Kacie Williams
You can also visit: http://www.wilderstein.org/

 

Childrens Wellness:
on May 15th
Dr Toms Tonics - A Modern Apothecary, Rhinebeck

6:30-8:00 PM Join us for our FREE series of discussions on health and wellness. These sessions are designed to provide a meeting ground for like minded individuals, and to educate and empower, whilst promoting awareness of naturopathic medicine and active licensing efforts.
For more information: 845-876-2900
You can also visit: http://www.dr.tomstonics.com/

 

Ladies' Inter-Club Event
on May 16th
Rhinebeck Tennis Club, Rte. 308, Rhinebeck

10:00am-1:00pm. RTC vs. Poughkeepsie Tennis Club. Pot-luck lunch to follow. Free.
For more information: 845-8786-8008
You can also visit: http://www.rhinebecktennis.com/

 

 

Sidewalk Sale Days
from May 18th to May 20th
Downtown Rhinebeck

A great tradition, a wonderful opportunity. Find amazing bargains among the Village of Rhinebeck's stores -- including gifts, apparel, antiques,jewelry, wine, cigars, toys, treats and sweets, gourmet food, books, housewares and much, much more.
For more information: 845-876-5904
You can also visit: http://www.rhinebeckchamber.com/

 

Barbara Rankin and Friends
from May 18th to May 19th
CENTER for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck

Singer/actress Barbara Rankin, who recently received rave reviews for her performance as Blanche DuBois in A Streetcar Named Desire, dons her musical theater cap on May 18th and 19th at the CENTER for Performing Arts in Rhinebeck to present "BARBARA RANKIN & FRIENDS: AN EVENING OF SONG (& COMEDY) TONIGHT! Tickets are $20 for adults and $18 for seniors and children. The CENTER is located at 661 Route 308, 3.5 miles east of the Rhinebeck traffic light.
For more information: (845) 876-3080
You can also visit: http://www.centerforperformingarts.org/

 

Staatsburgh Annual Spring Gala
on May 19th
Staatsburgh State Historic Site, Rhinebeck

Time to be announced. Sponsored by the Friends of Mills Mansion. Plus open house 10am-5pm.
For more information: 845-889-8851
You can also visit: http://www.staatsburgh.org/

 

Rhinebeck Choral Club Spring Concert
on May 19th
Rhinebeck First Baptist Church

8pm. The theme for a portion of the concert is Folk Songs International and will feature new arrangements of such familiar songs as "Shanendoah", and "The Water is Wide". The balance of the program will include spiritual, patriotic and secular works. In addition, a portion of the program will highlight solo voices from within the Choral Club. General admission is $10.00 for adults and $8.00 for students.
For more information: 845-229-9809 (Sheryl)
You can also visit: http://www.rhinebeckchoralclub.org/

 

 

Morton Day
on May 19th
Morton Memorial Library, 82 Kelly St., Rhinecliff

7pm. Free. Celebration of the 99th anniversary of the library and Levi P. Morton's birthday. Live Auction, featuring local artists; silent auction of art and treasures including dinners, vintage wines and gift baskets. Refreshments provided, courtesy of The Rhinecliff Hotel and the Rhinecliff Ladies Auxiliary.
For more information: 876-2903
You can also visit: http://www.morton.rhinecliff.linb.ny.us/

 

Story-Weavers at Staatsburgh
on May 20th
Staatsburgh State Historic Site, Rhinebeck

1pm. Family-oriented tour and activities developed around historic tapestries. Mansion tour included. Reservations required.
For more information: 845-889-8851
You can also visit: http://www.staatsburgh.org/

 

 

 

The Creative Experience - 40 Works
from May 1st to May 29th
Montgomery Row Second Level

The first annual exhibition by Rhinebeck High School & Bulkeley Middle School Art Students showcasing the talent of Rhinebeck students involved in the Rhinebeck Central School's art program. 40 works, by 40 students, including papier mache, scratchboard, self portraits, paintings and stained glass are representative of the depth & breath of talent, teaching and learning occuring in the Rhinebeck Central School District.
For more information: Sue Hartshorn
You can also visit: http://www.montgomeryrow.com/

 

 

Regular Tour Season - Wilderstein Historic Site
from May 3rd to October 28th
Wilderstein Historic Site

House museum open for guided tours Thursdays through Sundays, noon until 4pm. Last tour is at 3:30pm. $10 per adult, $9 per student/senior, children under 12 are free. Call 845-876-4818 for more information.
For more information: Kacie Williams
You can also visit: http://www.wilderstein.org/

 

Rhinebeck Farmer's Market Opens
from May 13th to November 18th
Municipal Parking Lot, East Market St.

The Hudson Valley's Premier Farmers' Market Featuring the Best & Freshest Locally Grown Produce as well as Meats, Cheeses, Bread, Wine, Flowers, Honey and much much more. Special Events and Free Live Music all Season Long. Every Sunday 10am-2pm Rain or Shine. Mother's Day - Thanksgiving.
For more information: info@rhinebeckfarmersmarket.com
You can also visit: http://www.rhinebeckfarmersmarket.com/

 

Rhinebeck Garden Party for Women's Circles
on May 22nd
Sabroso, Garden Street, Rhinebeck

Join us for the Women's Circles May event in Rhinebeck. Meet Master Gardener Alice Seeger, enjoy wonderful food and good company. 5:30 to 9pm. $35 for members, $50 for non-members.
For more information: Shirley Stone at 876-2194

 

Complimentary Cancer Support
on May 22nd
Dr Toms Tonics - A Modern Apothecary, Rhinebeck

6:30-8:00 PM Join us for our FREE series of discussions on health and wellness. These sessions are designed to provide a meeting ground for like minded individuals, and to educate and empower, whilst promoting awareness of naturopathic medicine and active licensing efforts.
For more information: 845-876-2900
You can also visit: http://www.drtomstonics.com/

 

Gigi Market Patio BBQ Lunches
from May 26th to August 31st
Greig Farm, Pitcher Lane, Red Hook

12pm-4pm. $20. Local beef burgers, local pork chops, Northwind Farm chicken, salads, pies, gelato and cookies.
For more information: 845-758-1999
You can also visit: http://www.gigitrattoria.com/

 

Tall Ship Cruises
from May 26th to May 27th
Rhinecliff Town Docks

May 26 & 27 Tall Ship Sailing Adventures Join Mystic Whaler this Memorial Day weekend for a fantastic 6 hour sailing adventure on the Hudson River. Sailing each day from the Rhinecliff Town Docks, 10am-4pm; this cruise will provide a unique view of the gorgeous Hudson River with historians to provide interesting commentary and also a delectable full lunch served under sail. Cost is $80 per adult, $40 per child (ages 5-10 years). For reservations please call 1-800-697-8420.
For more information: Kristy Head
You can also visit: http://http//www.mysticwhaler.com

 

Rhinebeck Antiques Fair
from May 26th to May 27th
Dutchess County Fairgrounds, Rhinebeck

Spring Show. Sat. 10am-5pm; Sun.11-4pm. Held entirely indoors, rain or shine. Free Parking. Admission: $9.00 .
For more information: 845-876-1989
You can also visit: http://www.rhinebeckantiquesfair.com/

 

Tennis Day Block Party
on May 26th
Rhinebeck Tennis Club, Rte. 308, Rhinebeck

12:00pm-2:00pm. A fun day of tennis and pizza. Free. RSVP by May 15th.
For more information: 845-876-8008
You can also visit: http://www.rhinebecktennis.com/

 

Hudson Bush Plant & Garden Exchange
on May 26th
Clermont State Historic Site

Annual sale of flowers and vegetable seedlings and potted plants sold by avid local gardens and small nurseries. Admission free (admission to Clermont State Historic Site not included). 9am to 3pm.
For more information: 845-876-5113

 

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