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Friday, Feb. 24 - 7:00 pm, ON ZOOM, The History of the Rhinebeck Reformed Church, as told by Irving "Bud" Rogers.

His talk - filmed in 2011 - covers the origin of the church in 1731 and the important role the Beekman and Livingston families played in its earliest years and their impact on the church and our community to this day. Bud also shares some of his own fascinating encounters from a lifetime of involvement in every aspect of the church. For more information about this program, see the President's Message in the previously posted Spring 2023 Newsletter.

Topic: History of Rhinebeck Reformed Church as told by Bud Rogers
Time: Feb 24, 2023 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Check out David Miller's October 2022 presentation on YouTube "Frank Asher's Snapshot Moments".

The RHS archives is a treasure trove of exciting history. It consists of records dating back to the 1700s, including books, pictures, maps, letters and diaries. The catalog of the archived materials can be accessed below.

Posing with bicycles, c. 1890.

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Photographer: Frank Asher



Rhinebeck Village Hall, 76 East Market Street, upstairs over the fire house, is a very large room that allows us to socially distance and where we also film the programs- and perhaps even present them simultaneously on Zoom for our distant members. Remember that all of our programs are filmed and posted afterwards on our RHS YouTube Channel.