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Fri, Sep. 28, 2018
  The World War I Soldier
7:30pm;  at the Starr Library
Educator, Military Historian and reenactor Neil Murray
will focus on the material culture of the WW I soldier

Rhinebeck Historical Society

Thu, Oct.  4, 2018
  Historic Red Hook Annual Meeting & Dinner
6:00pm - 8:00pm;  at the Elmendorph;
The dinner feature this year will be another one of Seth Kramer's
wonderful video profiles - this time of longtime Red Hook reident and
Town Board member Bill O'Neill. (Not a member yet? Sign up on our website.)

 
Historic Red Hook

Fri, Oct.  5, 2018
  Dutch Heritage Social Gathering and Dinner
6:30pm Social Gatheriing;  8:00pm Dinner;  at the Beekman Arms Tavern

Guest speaker, the Honorable Al Rosenblatt. Learn about our Dutch Heritage
and listen to Dutch Classical Music by The Hudson River Consort.
(Need tickets? Obtain on our website.)

Rhinebeck Reformed Church

Sat, Oct.  6, 2018
  Apple Festival
10:00am - 2:00pm;  at the
Rhinebeck Reformed Church  (Rte. 9 & South St.)
Lunch available 11:00am - 1:00pm.
Freshly baked apple pies. Bake table featuring Dutch treats.
Craft table with handmade items, plus other vendors.
Tours of the Church.  Story telling in the Sanctuary.

Rhinebeck Reformed Church

Sun, Oct.  7, 2018
  Dutch Reformed Church service in Dutch and English
10:00am;  at the
Rhinebeck Reformed Church  (Rte. 9 & South St.)
Followed by conversation, light refreshments and tour of the Church.

Rhinebeck Reformed Church

Sat, Oct. 13, 2018
Sun, Oct. 14, 2018
  Tales from the Underground, Costumed Living History Tour
3:00pm;  at the Rhinebeck Cemetery (enter via 3 Mill Road Cemetery Gates)
Contact The Center for Performing Arts website for tickets.

Friends of Rhinebeck Cemetery

The Center for Performing Arts

Fri, Oct. 19, 2018
  Doing our Part: American Women in the Great War
7:30pm;  at the Starr Library
Independent Scholar, Trish Maloney, will examine the impacts of the war
on the roles of women, their attitudes towards war, and the choices
they made in response to the conflict.

Rhinebeck Historical Society

Sat, Oct. 20, 2018
Sun, Oct. 21, 2018
  Tales from the Underground, Costumed Living History Tour
3:00pm;  at the Rhinebeck Cemetery (enter via 3 Mill Road Cemetery Gates)
Contact The Center for Performing Arts website for tickets.

Friends of Rhinebeck Cemetery

The Center for Performing Arts

Sat, Nov.  3, 2018
  Sweet History
1:30pm - 3:30pm;  at the Elmendorph;
To help celebrate the Village of Red Hook's annual Chocolate Festival
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we'll be opening the Inn doors to all who would like to taste our famous chocolate "Fun-Do", enjoy live music and explore the history of the
W. H. Baker Co.

Historic Red Hook

Sat, Nov. 17, 2018
  Annual Gala Auction & Benefit Dinner
6:30pm - 9:30pm;  at the Elmendorph;
Save the date for this festive evening at the Elmendorph!

Historic Red Hook

Fri, Nov. 30, 2018
  Benjamin Hevenor - His Civil War Experiences
7:30pm;  at the Starr Library
Thanks to the generous contribution of Brenda Furlong, we are able to
share the personal account of Rhinebeck resident Benjamin J Hevenor's
journey through the Civil War.

Rhinebeck Historical Society

Fri, Dec. 14, 2018
  Hidden Treasures of the Hudson Valley III
7:30pm;  at the Starr Library
This is Tony Musso's third book on the Hudson Valley and we look forward
to hearing about more fabulous hidden treasures that he has discovered.

Rhinebeck Historical Society

 

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