Volunteers and Staff from Rhinebeck Responds, Starr Library and the Rhinebeck Interact Club are partnering up to make it easier to sign up for vaccine appointments!
Our goal is to assist people who are having difficulty making vaccine appointments. To take full advantage of the complicated system, this process may include visiting websites and making phone calls on behalf of another individual.
Rhinebeck, New York: A new survey by Rhinebeck Responds finds that small businesses in the Village’s commercial district appear to be faring the pandemic better than small businesses elsewhere, and business owners express qualified optimism about the future. While a range of factors, including workforce layoffs, have contributed to Rhinebeck’s relative success, the survey report concludes that “the ‘secret sauce’ appears to be organized civic support.”
This second survey, conducted by Rhinebeck Responds in December 2020 and January 2021, reveals that the business climate has changed considerably from its initial survey, completed in May 2020, two months into the coronavirus pandemic. Both surveys had statistically significant return rates of over 25%.
Community members of all ages and abilities
have collectively created and submitted over 50 inspirational pieces of original artwork
to light up the lives of our community through these final winter months.
Explore the artwork and find contest winners
View all of the art online
View art in storefront windows
We have various roles for volunteering to serve our neighbors & community.
Help us to meet the immediate needs of our neighbors.
We have collected and organized online information from Rhinebeck Village, Town and Dutchess County.
We have three local food banks: two in Rhinebeck, one in Red Hook that can provide food assistance, no questions asked.
Business owners will need help getting through the Covid-19 crisis. We will collect post information and, when possible, assist with grant and loan applications.