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Habitat for Humanity Dutchess County expands to larger location

All services under one roof on Neptune Road, Poughkeepsie

Dannielle Santos, Manager of Restore, Operations Manager Jen Radicone and Executive Director Maureen Lashlee stop for a photo on Opening Day of the new site.
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By Anna Barton

Habitat for Humanity of Dutchess County is excited to announce their recent move to 8 Neptune Road in Poughkeepsie!
The ribbon was officially cut for the new space on Nov. 16 and business has been booming since then.

Although they still maintain the same goal of decent, affordable housing for everyone, all of their services are now under one (much larger) roof. This includes the ReStore, volunteer information and homeownership programs.

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Sturgeon, river creatures star as 12th Sinterklaas arrives

Volunteers Lisa Kane and Melisca Klisanin decorate large sections that will become parts of a giant Sturgeon at the Celebration Space Workshop at the Rhinebeck Methodist Church. The Sturgeon and other creatures of the Hudson River will be honored animals in the Starlight Parade, which will conclude the 12th annual Sinterklaas Festival in Rhinebeck on Saturday, Dec. 7. Photo by Curtis Schmidt

by Stacey van den Thoorn

It’s that time of year for the much-anticipated magical season to be ushered in; and what better way to get into the spirit than in the Village of Rhinebeck at Sinterklaas on Saturday, Dec. 7.

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Howland Cultural Center to host ‘Inclusion’

Latino American artists’ works highlighted 

One of the works by artist Nestor Madalengoitia that will be in the “Inclusion” exhibit at the Howland Cultural Center in Beacon. - Courtesy photo

By Kristine Coulter

The annual showing of artwork by Hudson Valley Latino American artists will take place at the Howland Cultural Center from Saturday, Dec. 7 through Sunday, Dec. 29. The exhibit is called “Inclusion.”

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