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  • Thursday, April 16 - Sunday, April 19
    Lobby Hero
    By award-winning playwright & screenwriter Kenneth Lonergan; directed by Amy Lemon Olson. The moral dilemma of a young security guard in a Manhattan apt. bldg. Thu–Sat 8pm, Sun 3pm. Tkts $25. Phone: 845-230-7020. Email: info@tangent-arts.org. Url: http://tangent-arts.org.

  • Friday, April 17 - Sunday, April 19
    Othello
    Modern interpretation of Shakespeare’s play adapted and directed by Lou Trapani. Focus: people of color in a white society. Fri 4/17 at 8pm; Sun at 4/19 at 3pm. $24/$22. Phone: 845-876-3080. Url: http://centerforperformingarts.org.

  • Friday, April 17 - Sunday, April 19
    Anything Goes
    Rhinebeck High's spring musical. Fri–Sat 8pm, Sun 2pm. Call for tkts and info. Phone: 845-871-5500. Url: http://rhinebeckcsd.org.

  • Saturday, April 18
    From Russia w/Love: Violin Music
    Russian-American violinist Yevgeny Kutik performs selections from such composers as Prokofiev, Stravinsky, and Tchaikovsky, punctuated w/ contemporary Russian treasures. Dina Vainshtein on piano. 7pm. $20/$18. Phone: 518-822-1438. Email: info@hudsonoperahouse.org. Url: http://hudsonoperahouse.org.

  • Saturday, April 18
    Thomas Ortiz Dance
    Fun, sensual and way cool! 7:30pm. $30/student rush $10. Phone: 845-757-5106x2. Email: pgrkaats@bestweb.net. Url: http://www.kaatsbaan.org.

  • Saturday, April 18
    Shakespeare on Broadway
    A revue from musicals that have been adapted from the works of Shakespeare, including West Side Story, Kiss Me Kate, The Boys from Syracuse, Two Gentleman of Verona. Directed by Kevin Archambault. 8pm; $24/$22. Phone: 845-876-3080. Url: http://centerforperformingarts.org.

  • Saturday, April 18
    Sheep & Wool Showcase
    Shearing, spinning, dyeing, knitting and weaving demos, exhibit of sheep breeds and other wool bear-ing animals, artisans and shops, music & food. 11am–4pm. $8/$6 per car. Email: info@friendsofclermont.org. Url: http://friendsofclermont.org .

  • Saturday, April 18
    Estate Planning & the Law
    Discussion of "elder law" w/attorney Mike Martin including trusts, living wills, health care proxies, etc.1pm. Snacks & coffee. Free. Phone: 845-757-3771. Email: tivolilibrary@gmail.com. Url: http://tivolilibrary.org.

  • Sunday, April 19
    Enso String Quartet
    Performance by Maureen Nelson, violin; John Marcus, violin; Melissa Reardon, viola; Richard Belcher, cello. 3pm. $25/$5. Rhinebeck Chamber Music Society event. Phone: 845-876-2870. Email: info@rhinebeckmusic.org. Url: http://rhinebeckmusic.org.

  • Sunday, April 19
    Bard & Sō Percussion
    Concert at 3pm. Phone: 845-758-7196. Email: conservatoryconcerts@bard.edu. Url: http://bard.edu/conservatory/events.

  • Sunday, April 19
    Friendship Tea
    1pm–3pm. Advance tkts only. Adults $15. Phone: 845-758-1184. Email: office@stjohnsreformed.org. Url: http://stjohnsreformed.org.

  • Sunday, April 19
    Land Use in Red Hook
    Presentation about changing land use patterns: historic maps, photos & artifacts of Red Hook farms, w/Chuck Mead & Julie Hart of Dutchess Land Conservancy. Refreshments. 3pm. Phone: 845-758-1920. Email: redhookhistory@gmail.com. Url: http://historicredhook.org.

  • Tuesday, April 21
    Nixon & Kissinger
    Nixon and Kissinger: Transatlantic Relations, the Nixon Doctrine, and Détente: Eugene Meyer Annual Lecture by history professor Mark Lytle. Auditorium at 5pm. Phone: 845-758-7398. Email: raldous@bard.edu.

  • Thursday, April 23 - Monday, April 27
    Artists' Expressions
    Artist Donna Blackwell interviews two artists in the same medium but w/different approaches. 7pm. Phone: 845-876-4030. Email: starrdirector@starrlibrary.org. Url: http://starrlibrary.org.

  • Thursday, April 23
    Piano Duo Concert
    Maki Namekawa & local pianist Hiroko Sakurazawa present works by Bach/Kurtág, Shostakovich, Cowell, Ichiyanagi, and Reich. 7:30pm. teitelba@bard.edu. Phone: 845-758-7196. Email: conservatoryconcerts@bard.edu. Url: http://bard.edu/conservatory/events.

  • Thursday, April 23 - Sunday, April 26
    Lobby Hero
    By award-winning playwright & screenwriter Kenneth Lonergan; directed by Amy Lemon Olson. The moral dilemma of a young security guard in a Manhattan apt. bldg. Thu–Sat 8pm, Sun 3pm. Tkts $25. Phone: 845-230-7020. Email: info@tangent-arts.org. Url: http://tangent-arts.org.

  • Friday, April 24 - Saturday, April 25
    American Symphony Orchestra
    Conducted by music director Leon Botstein. Music by Hermann Goetz, Alberto Ginastera, and Janáček. Fri & Sat at 8pm. Preconcert talk 7pm. $25–$40. Phone: 845-758-7900. Email: fishercenterboxoffice@bard.edu. Url: http://fishercenter.bard.edu.

  • Friday, April 24
    Rhinebeck Then & Now
    Don McTernan & David Miller showcase photos, documents & prints recently acquired by the RB Historical Society from the local DAR. Local History Rm.; refreshments served. Phone: 845-876-0246. Email: dhmny@aol.com. Url: http://rhinebeckhistoricalsociety.org.

  • Friday, April 24 - Saturday, April 25
    Othello
    Modern interpretation of Shakespeare’s play adapted and directed by Lou Trapani. Focus: people of color in a white society. Fri & Sat 8pm. $24/$22. Phone: 845-876-3080. Url: http://centerforperformingarts.org.

  • Saturday, April 25
    Alpha Omega Theatrical Dance Company
    Performance at 7:30pm. $30/student rush and children $10. Phone: 845-757-5106x2. Email: pgrkaats@bestweb.net. Url: http://www.kaatsbaan.org.

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New Englanders-on-Hudson, Part 3: The Making of a Delano President
  
Spring 2015   

Warren Delano II’s widely travelled, well-educated, and handsome 26-year-old daughter Sara married the fifty-six-year-old widower James Roosevelt of Hyde Park in 1880 and on January 30, 1882 gave birth to a son named Franklin Delano in honor of his uncle. (The child of Sara’s brother Warren III, who also had been named after his grandfather, had recently died and his parents begged her not to use the name.) Franklin Delano Roosevelt would be Sara and James’s only child. But he would proudly bear two sets of New England genes. His parental grandmother was an older sister of James Lloyd Aspinwall; she wo Read more...

 


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The Chocolate Factory is the place to come for your framing needs! Renée Burgevin, CPF since 1990, combines a beautiful selection of molding styles and mats with expert design & technical advice, conservation quality materials, and skilled workmanship. Handling repairs as well as new work. Mirrors ready to go or design your own. Offering French matting & calligraphy.

The Chocolate Factory 54 Elizabeth St., Red Hook
845-758-1004

The Children’s Medical Group has a distinguished history of caring for the region’s children, with a tradition of excellence, accessibility and caring, offering comprehensive medical service to children of all ages. Kingston office now open; Monday evening hours in Rhinebeck.

Rhinebeck Office Park 187 E. Market St., Rhinebeck
845-452-1700

Rachel Collet Photography provides wedding, portrait, event, and fine art photography services. Rachel and her staff pride themselves on creating contemporary and timeless images that capture your personality and your occasion. Also ask about our elegant photo booths for parties and celebrations of all kinds.

845-554-3443

Local ~ Organic ~ Delicious ~ Delivered: Fresh, organic meals prepared and delivered for daily, weekly or weekend customers in the Rhinebeck aeea. Pies and breads and scrumptious desserts. Special dietary needs accommodated. Gluten-free upon request. 24-hour notice required. Nancy Southard, owner.

PO Box 320, Rhinecliff
845-392-2180

The Desmond Campus for Adult Enrichment is the noncredit, adult ed division of Mount Saint Mary College and is located in the Town of Newburgh. We offer day and evening classes. The L.I.F.E. Program is for those 55+. Day trips are also offered.

Desmond Campus for Adult Enrichment 6 Albany Post Rd, Newburgh
845-565-2076

Brand development. Strategies. Integrated marketing programs. Advertising, graphic design, web & SEO, and social media integration. If you’re serious about growing your business, contact me directly for a no-obligation consultation to see if there may be a good fit. We’ll transform your business for greater success!

845-548-4872

Great selection and discounts on a world of art materials & studio supplies. Find office products, cards, novelty gifts, and award-winning custom picture frame shop and full-service copy shop (with graphics) in all three stores. Hours vary among the 3 stores in Woodstock, Kingston & Poughkeepsie.

328 Wall St., Kingston, NY 12401, 845-331-7780 / 807 Main St., Poughkeepsie, NY, 12603, 845-452-1250 / 35 Mill Hill Rd., Woodstock, NY 12498, 845-679-2251
845-331-7780

STAMP COLLECTIONS WANTED!! Serious stamp collector looking to purchase: single stamps, collections and old envelopes. Will travel.

62 Daisy Ln., Montgomery
845-494-2751

A place to meet, play and learn music! Lessons and Classes; Kids, teens and adults; Voice, guitar, saxophone, improv, music theater, vocal groups. Local and regional performing acts.

The Chocolate Factory 54 Elizabeth Street, Red Hook
845-444-0607

Beadzo offers a wonderful selection of creative, artistic and ethnic jewelry from around the world as well as from our local artists and beaders. Necklaces, bracelets and earrings made from vintage, collectible and contemporary beads and metals are available. Semi-precious stones, pearls and lamp work beads have been made into unique creations and make special gifts. Silk scarves from Thailand and artistic hand knitted scarves can be found there as well. Folk art masks, clocks, earring holders and lively hand-painted wooden chests and jewelry boxes are also added to the mix. It’s all very whimsical, fun and full of spirit!

60 Broadway, Tivoli
845-757-5306

Life change from the inside out: loving support and guidance during transitions; healing for issues around food and body image; self-empowerment, intuitive readings. Trained with the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology.

Rhinebeck
845-876-0449

Serving Dutchess and Columbia counties. All types of carpentry, additions, renovations, roofing, decks, etc. Free estimates, fully insured. Call for appointment. See also “Lawn & Landscape."

518-537-5526

Health Quest Medical Practice OBGYN offers care for adolescents through post-menopausal women in 5 office locations in Ulster and Dutchess counties. Finding a qualified health care provider that matches your needs is easy at HQMP.  Visit www.health-quest.org/OBGYN to view our online introductory videos for all our Board Certified physicians, Nurse Practitioners and Certified Nurse Midwives. Call the concierge scheduling line below for OBGYN appts. in Kingston, Rhinebeck, Poughkeepsie, Fishkill and New Paltz.

6511 Springbrook Avenue, Rhinebeck
1-877-729-2444

Farm fresh fruits and vegetables, meat, fish, deli, cheese shop, gourmet grocery, delectable baked goods. Garden center, nursery, houseplants. Thousands of annuals and perennials grown on our family farm. Family owned since 1919.

1560 Rt. 9W, Kingston
845-336-6300

When it's time for a break from the ordinary! Serving breakfast, lunch & grab & go prepared meals. We thrive to provide high quality food & catering with attention to detail & eye appealing presentation. Espresso and cappuccino drinks. See also, under "Caterers."

One E. Market St., Red Hook
845-758-9030

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