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PINE PLAINS — To continue supporting its programming for the local community, the Pine Plains Free Library has been brainstorming ideas for events that appeal to the community and will raise awareness of the library. Because the library currently has one of the smallest budgets in Dutchess County, Pine Plains Free Library Board President Diana Woolis said, “We really want people to understand how much they get for what the library is funded for.” 

The Evergreen Cemetery Lantern Tours have been hugely popular in the past and will be returning this weekend,...

Pine Plains

Third annual Rare Affair raises awareness and funding for rare disorders research

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PINE PLAINS — For the third year in a row, Erik and Michelle Hutchinson of Colton’s XXXtraordinarY Cause were thrilled by the outpouring of community support that their family and nonprofit received at the third annual A Rare Affair on Saturday, Sept. 21.

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BOE toasts first day, evaluates district projects

PINE PLAINS — Following a smooth start to the 2019-20 school year, the Pine Plains Board of Education (BOE) set to work, appraising several projects, programs and actions to benefit the Pine Plains Central School District at its meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 4.

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Cleaning up, townwide

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PINE PLAINS — With clear skies overhead and warm weather to boot, Pine Plains hosted its second annual Bob Couse Town Clean Up Day at the town’s Highway Department on Saturday, Sept. 7.
Open to Pine Plains residents only, this past Saturday there was a steady stream of cars dropping off items at the Highway Department. Along with nominal fees charged for certain items, mattresses, sofas, appliances with freon, tires, car batteries, sleeper sofas and even a piano were deposited. Electronics, full paint cans and flammable items were prohibited.

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Picnic with the Principal prepares students for new school year

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PINE PLAINS — Eager to welcome students back for the 2019-20 school year, Seymour Smith Intermediate Learning Center Principal Julie Roberts found a way to help prepare her students and fuel their excitement about school by hosting Picnic with the Principal on Monday, Aug. 26.

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Pass It On prepares to close

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PINE PLAINS — After a decade spent searching her shop to help customers find what they need, Karen Allan, the owner of the resale shop Pass It On, recently announced the shop will be closing its doors in the near future.

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The Stissing Center unveils progress at grand opening

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PINE PLAINS — Commemorating a community project several years in the making, Pine Plains welcomed The Stissing Center with open arms at its grand opening surprise party held on Saturday, Aug. 31.

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Pine Plains Comprehensive Plan: Review committee solicits community feedback for latest plan

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PINE PLAINS — After accumulating responses from its Town of Pine Plains Comprehensive Plan Survey this summer, the Comprehensive Plan Review Committee (CPRC) continued to solicit feedback for what should be included in the 2019 plan during a public meeting held on Monday, Aug. 26.

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Portraits of Pine Plains exhibit crafts new identities for town residents

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PINE PLAINS — When captured under the insightful eye of artist Mary Bridgman, local residents were given a chance to have their stories retold on canvas,  in the Portraits of Pine Plains art installation at Gallery & Goods.

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BOE handles solar array criticism, takes on projects

PINE PLAINS — Taking the Pine Plains community’s perspective into consideration during its conversations, the Pine Plains Board of Education (BOE) updated current projects in the Pine Plains Central School District and reviewed criticism related to the district’s new solar array at its board meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 14.

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Adventurers’ Club keeps residents entertained through all seasons

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PINE PLAINS — Adventure is out there for the young and the young at heart — and the town of Pine Plains is promoting activities for residents ages 55 and above with its Adventurers’ Club.

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