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PINE PLAINS — Following the festivities of Memorial Day weekend, local residents welcomed the arrival of Town Grange Gallery & Goods and embraced partners Josh Nathanson and Brett McCormack as new business owners. Ever since, it’s been the gallery that has welcomed visitors through its door.

While Nathanson and McCormack are both familiar with the art world, the venture marks their first time operating a full-time gallery.

Nathanson works in ceramics, producing items for the home such as vases, bowls and plates. He enjoys working with irregularly shaped...

Pine Plains

Time for tea, for 63

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PINE PLAINS— It was time for a proper Victorian tea on Sunday, April 30, at the Mashomack Fish and Game Preserve Club House. That’s when and where the FRIENDS of the Pine Plains Free Library welcomed supporters to enjoy their favorite English past time: tea sandwiches, scones, tea pastries and, of course, tea. 

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Students think outside the box at PTA Math & Science Night

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PINE PLAINS — The gymnasium of Seymour Smith Intermediate Learning Center was pulsing with excitement during the PTA Math & Science Night on Tuesday, April 18.

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Durst still interested in Carvel Property Development

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PINE PLAINS — For years, Pine Plains residents have followed the Carvel Property Development proposed by real estate tycoon Douglas Durst to reshape the former Carvel Country Club. Though the original application was submitted nearly 15 years ago, the project hit a wall in recent years amid talk of zoning issues — specifically how it would work into the New Neighborhood Development (NND) zoning.  

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Students recognized for BOCES and musical achievements

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PINE PLAINS — Fifteen students from the Pine Plains Central School District and one from the Career and Technical Institute (CTI) of the Dutchess County Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) were acknowledged for their musical and academic achievements at the Board of Education (BOE) meeting on Wednesday, April 5.

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Hop to it

Dutch’s Spirits hosted a free egg hunt and opportunity to take a picture with the Easter Bunny at Harvest Homestead Farm on Saturday, April 15. More than 75 people attended. Lillian Lin Schlein and Easter Bunny Ariel Schlein, co-founders of Dutch’s Spirits, posed for a photo with their son, Julian. 

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Celebrating Easter

Siblings Samantha Douglass, 7, and Victoria, 14, stayed with the Easter Bunny through to the end on Saturday, April 15, at the Pine Plains firehouse. The Pine Plains Hose Company No. 1 Ladies Auxiliary hosted the event. It’s been doing so for roughly 40 years, according to Martha Imperato. “We just like doing it for the community,” she said. “It’s enjoyable to see the kids having fun, and it is one way that we can do something for them.”

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Community mourns the loss of philanthropist Christian Eisenbeiss

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PINE PLAINS — Christian Eisenbeiss was a private man with a generous spirit. A known philanthropist, Eisenbeiss passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, March 30, at the age of 61. He was the cofounder, board treasurer and major benefactor behind Pine Plains Memorial Hall (PPMH), soon to become a major performing arts center for the Tri-state region.

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Children’s programs in Taconic State Park

COPAKE FALLS — Friends of Taconic State Park invited elementary and middle school aged children and their parents to get their hands on some “Skins and Skulls” in February, at park headquarters, 253 State Route 344, Copake Falls. The event was the first of four children’s nature and history programs offered by the group this year, thanks to a legislative grant secured for the Friends by Assembly member Didi Barrett (D-106).

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Lecture reveals dark chapter in US history

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PINE PLAINS — Last Friday, April 7, the Pine Plains Free Library hosted a lecture on a dark chapter in American history — when internment camps of Japanese-Americans dotted the country during World War II.  “Images of Internment,” a photo exhibit, was also on site. 
Pine Plains Library Director Veronica Stork introduced Education Specialist Jeffrey Urbin from the F.D.R. Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park.

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Remembering when immigrants were treated as the enemy in WWII

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PINE PLAINS — With the 75th anniversary of the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II approaching, the Pine Plains Free Library hosted a lecture on Friday, April 7, on that dark chapter in American history.  
 Jeffrey Urbin spoke about an exhibit on Japanese-Americans at the F.D.R. Presidential Library in Hyde Park, where he is an education specialist.

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