About the Chamber
"Facilitating a Supportive Business Environment While Cultivating Relationships Among Members, Visitors and the Community"
The Red Hook Area Chamber of Commerce was established in 1960 and is operated by elected volunteer business members.
The Chamber was organized for the purpose of advancing the trade, commercial, industrial and civic interests of the Red Hook Area. To learn more about the organization, mission and governing rules of the Chamber, please review our
The Chamber of Commerce works with local artists to create the Red Hook Community Arts Network , whose primary goal is to promote Red Hook as an arts destination. The Red Hook area is lucky to have an enormous artistic base, and together with RHCAN, the Chamber hopes to incorporate business, tourism and the arts.
If you are planning a visit to our area, and would like to gather brochures, flyers or business cards for our local businesses and attractions, please visit the Chamber at our two convenient locations. The Chamber's main office is located at 7346 South Broadway (directly behind the Rhinebeck Bank) and is open during the week with limited hours. We also have an Information Kiosk in the center of the village, located on Route 9, near the Village Hall.