A giant used book sale hosted by the Red Hook Rotary Club and the Red Hook Public Library is scheduled for Sat., Oct. 25, from 10am to 4pm, at Red Hook Village Hall.
Association seeks town’s help with maintenance
by Margaret Wentworth •
Dwindling funds for maintenance at Milan’s Union Cemetery have driven its caretakers to ask the town for help.
St. James’ Episcopal Church in Hyde Park is again presenting its ever-popular Historic Graveyard Tours. With interactive dialogue and a choral performance, the 5th annual tours feature seven “residents” of St. James’ graveyard ready to entertain, enlighten and educate those in attendance. Visitors will be led by lantern light through the churchyard, at 4526 Albany…
The 2014 festival will be held at the Dutchess County Fairgrounds in Rhinebeck on Oct. 18 and 19.
by Sarah Imboden •
Recent achievements include enhanced opportunities for girls soccer
by Bob Kampf •
The Rhinebeck-based nonprofit, will be one of six recipients of this year’s Eleanor Roosevelt Val-Kill Medal Awards.
AN ALL-OUT EFFORT: 933 Haviland Middle School students and 200 staff members created a giant human pink ribbon in front of their school on Friday, Oct. 3, in support of breast cancer awareness. The students and staff wore pink T-shirts with slogans such as “Go Pink or Go Home” or “Fight like a Girl–Find a…
Rhinebeck Grange hosting comedy night for food pantry
by Arlene Wege •
Fans of comedy can make their way to St. John’s Reformed Church in Upper Red Hook on Sat., Oct. 18, for a special laugh-fest.
Hackett Hill disc golf course officially opened
by Bob Kampf •
The falling leaves were a fitting marker for Hyde Park’s annual Fall Fest Sept. 27 at Hackett Hill Park. A variety of events featuring dance teams, martial arts, craft displays, pony rides and barbeque specialties filled the festive day. Recreational Leader Diane Cullen got things off to a fast-paced start on the stage by welcoming…