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  • Rutland Chess Club

    Charles Edgar Memorial Chess Club, held at Godnick Adult Center, 1 Deer St., Rutland. Open to public, free, all ages, all levels welcome. 773-1853.

  • Last Vermont Farmers Market on Saturday

    Important Community Bulletins

    This Saturday, Oct. 27 marks the last Saturday for the Vermont Farmers Market in Depot Park, Downtown Rutland. Vermont "Farm to Family" coupon users, this is your last chance to use them up. They are good until Oct. 31, but ...

  • Cancer Support Group for Men

    Rutland. Man-to-Man Prostate Cancer Support Group meet 5:30 p.m., 4th Wed. of month @ RRMC's CVPS Leahy Conference Center. Open discussion, may include subjects of concern, updating personal prostate cancer histories and sha ...

  • Rutland shows it’s support for local food with community support for the new facility

    Cool Things Happening

    The Vermont Farmers Food Center plans to open at the Mintzer Lumber complex on West Street, Nov. 3; continued support needed In 1787, Thomas Jefferson wrote to George Washington, "Agriculture is our wisest pursuit, because ...

  • Reflections from Rutland to Killington and many towns inbetwee

    Important Community Bulletins

    The Rutland Chamber of Commerce was untouched by the storm so we all arrived at work first thing the next day. We began to play a role as soon as we turned on the phones and they didn't stop ringing. We decided to stay open ...

  • Local food and farm economy heats up as farmers purchase former Mintzer Complex


    Building on the successful Vermont Farmers' Market model in Rutland that annually generates over a million dollars in sales, the Vermont Farmers Food Center will open on November 3. The Center will usher in a new food syste ...

  • RAVNAH patient outcomes among best in Vermont

    Local News

    Rutland Area Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice (RAVNAH) continues to outperform other home health agencies in Vermont, exceeding the state average in 18 out of twenty-one Quality Performance measures, according to pub ...

  • Police Chief Baker outlines plans

    Local News

    James Baker, the new Rutland Police Chief, outlined his plans moving forward during the city Police Commission meeting Monday. Fighting crime and drugs, addressing a personnel shortage in his department and recruiting new of ...

  • Downtown Rutland Partnership announces extension of Friday Night Live

    Cool Things Happening

    Rutland, VT (August 14, 2012) The Downtown Rutland Partnership (DRP)  today announced the extension of Friday Night Live by One Evening, Friday, August 17, 2012. Due to severe weather warnings, DRP was forced to postpo ...

  • Art in the Park showcases local talents


    RUTLAND-Rutland's Art in the Park will celebrate its 51st annual festival of fine arts and crafts put on by the Chaffee Art Center and the Rutland Area Art Association, Saturday and Sunday, August 11-12. In 1961, Art in the ...

  • 31st Annual Winter In August celebration kicks off August 14

    Cool Things Happening

    Event recognizes the positive economic impact that the ski industry has on the region From 5-8 p.m. on August 14 downtown Rutland will welcome the mountains down to the city for an event recognizing the positive economic im ...

  • Model T's tour of Rutland County a success

    Local News

    The Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce worked closely with the Model T Ford International National Tour organizers to bring over 220 Model T's to the Rutland Region the week of July 16-20. The week long event included a Mod ...

  • News briefs from the Rutland Region

    Local News

    RUTLAND CO-OP GROWTH PLANS Many community eyes focus on the food hub taking shape on the former Mintzer property on West Street. As volunteers clean up and ready the site for the winter farmers' market, proponents of locally ...

  • Downtown Rutland's Summer Sidewalk and Food Festival is back


    Friday and Saturday, August 3-4, thousands of residents and visitors to Downtown Rutland will enjoy two days of shopping, dining and entertainment at the annual Downtown Rutland's Summer Sidewalk and Food Festival. Center St ...

  • News briefs from the Rutland Region

    Columns  > Opinion

    SAVING ENERGY, CUTTING EXPENSES Rutland Regional Medical Center is half way to its energy use reduction goal, already saving enough to supply 40 'typical' homes each using 11,000 kilowatt-hours a year. After the first year o ...

  • News briefs from the Rutland Region

    Columns  > Opinion

    Response to turmoil Rutland City officials have had enough. Fights, vandalism, and other complaints in the downtown have lead to tighter restrictions. The city recently issued a no-trespass order against an 18-year-old woman ...

  • Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network to officially launch in Rutland County

    Columns  > Opinion

    Two months after introducing 4G LTE service in Burlington and Northern Vermont, Verizon Wireless announced that it plans to launch 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) service in Bennington and Rutland, and 16 additional communities ...

  • News briefs from the Rutland Region

    Columns  > Opinion

    Farmers market gets home Congratulations to the Rutland Downtown Farmers' Market, proud owners of a home after more than ten years of exploring the possibilities. The organization has purchased the former Mintzer Brothers lu ...

  • Vacation Bible School

    VBS at Grace Church, 8 Court St, Rutland. July 23-27, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Crafts, snacks, games, music & outdoor fun. "On the Way" hiking theme. Kids age 3 through 6th grade welcome. Contact Pastor Tracy Weatherhogg to sign u ...

  • Janelle Howard crowned Ms. Royal America

    Local News

    RUTLAND- Pageants are not primarily about beauty, like most people think- at least not all pageants are for all people, Janelle Howard explains. "It's not about getting the crown that matters, it's what you do with it." Ho ...

  • News briefs from the Rutland Region

    Local News

    New Sheriff office The Rutland County sheriff's office hopes to move into its new home, 88 Grove St., by this fall. Before the office can move in, the 4,800-square-foot storefront site requires substantial remodeling. Buyi ...

  • Local author to discuss ski industry

    Local News

    Friday, April 27 at 1:30 p.m.-Author and ski historian Karen Lorentz will discuss the "Ups and Downs" of the ski industry in a presentation for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute on Friday, April 27 at 1:30 p.m. at the Go ...

  • Got drugs?

    Local News

    Got drugs? Drop them at the Diamond Run Mall, in front of J.C. Penny's, Saturday, April 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Rutland County Sheriff Stephen P. Benard, in cooperation with the DEA, and the Rutland County Solid Waste Di ...

  • MSJ Golf Tournament opens registration

    Local News

    Mount St. Joseph Academy will sponsor its annual spring golf tournament at the Proctor-Pittsford Country Club on Friday, May 11. The golf format will be a scramble (Captain & Crew) with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. Entry fe ...

  • Five schools on strike

    Local News

    Negotiations have failed in Rutland Southwest Supervisory Union between teachers and school board members. Monday marked the fourth day of a strike leaving five schools in Wells, Ira, Tinmouth, Poultney and Middletown Spring ...

  • A new taxi in town

    Local News

    RUTLAND-The Ribbon is cut in celebration of the opening of After Hours Taxi Service.  After Hours Taxi Service is Rutland County's newest taxi service. Joining in the celebration are (left to right) Tom Donahue, executi ...

  • News briefs from the Rutland Region

    Local News

    Vermont in transition talks Osher Lifelong Learning Institute considers Vermont in Transition during April. Roger Albee talks about Tipping Points in the History of Vermont's Agriculture on April 13, describing how Vermont ...

  • Area family needed to participate in cultural exchange

    Local News

    Rutland resident Diane Northrop is interviewing families in Rutland County interested in participating in a cultural exchange experience by hosting an international high school student during the academic school year. North ...

  • Rutland water and sewer to be shut off for those left unpaid

    Local News

    Water bills to Rutland City and Town users and Sewer bills to Alpine users were mailed at the end of March for the bill due May 1.  Rutland City Treasurer Wendy Wilton is advising anyone with a previous balance on their ...

  • SymQuest celebrates opening of new location

    Local News

    RUTLAND-The ribbon is cut at The SymQuest Group's new location, 190 South Main St. Suite One in Rutland. The new location gives the Rutland office the ability to expand its staff, and houses conference ro ...

  • 2012 Project Board Development class graduates

    Local News

    United Way of Rutland County and the James T. Bowse Community Health Trust would like to congratulate the eighth graduating class of Project Board Development, a leadership training to strengthen the nonprofit board of direc ...

  • Heritage Family Credit Union breaks ground on new operations center

    Local News

    Heritage Family Credit Union celebrated the groundbreaking of their new operations center Wednesday, March 28. The 26 Allen Street facility, which previously housed the Army Reserve's Maintenance Support Facility, will be c ...

  • Register early for floodplain soil workshop

    Local News

    Tuesday, April 17 at 8:45 a.m. - RUTLAND - The Rutland Natural Resources Conservation District, Vermont DEC - River Management Program, Vermont Rivers Conservancy, Vermont Agency of Agriculture, USDA - Natural Resources Cons ...

  • Celebrate National Library Week with Rutland Free Library, April 8-14

    Local News

    Whether you are a job seeker looking for resources to land a new job, a parent looking for free activities for children, or a student searching for your next favorite book, you belong at your library. Today's libraries can ...

  • W. Gordon Frankle, MD named 2012 Physician of the Year

    Local News

    Rutland Regional Medical Center announced April 2 that W. Gordon Frankle, MD  has been named Rutland Regional Medical Center's 2012 Physician of the Year. The annual announcement is one of the community's most prestigio ...

  • News breifs from the Rutland Region 4.5

    Local News

    All four RCSU pricipals IN JOB DISPUTES Rutland Central Supervisory Union's four principals seem to all have had disputes with their employers. Rutland Town principal Patty Beaumont was first to resign in late February, fol ...

  • Bannerman and Tarr awarded at New England Association of Healthcare Philanthropy

    Local News

    William (Bill) H. Bannerman and Jeremiah (Jerry) Tarr were honored recently at the New England Association of Healthcare Philanthropy (NEAHP) with the Distinguished Service to Philanthropy Award. The NEAHP Award was fou ...

  • 24th Annual Killington Pico Rotary Tournament Benefits Hospice Program

    Local News

    Golfers in Rutland County are encouraged to register for the 24th Annual Killington Pico Rotary Tournament, to benefit the Hospice Program at the Rutland Area Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice. The tournament will ta ...

  • News briefs from the Rutland Region 3.22

    Local News

    School news Stafford Technical Center student George Barry recently received statewide recognition for his poster on Entrepreneurship. The Rutland High junior took part in an annual poster competition that recognizes Entrep ...

  • Southwest Freedom Riders Meeting

    Seward's Family Restaurant. All bikes, new members, guests welcome. 888-299-SWFR.

  • News Briefs from the Rutland Region

    Local News

    Friday Night Live getting input The Downtown Rutland Partnership and Creative Economy are gathering ideas for Friday Night Live's sixth season this summer. One of the goals is developing activities that appeal to young atte ...

  • Stafford students earn FEMA certification in Incident Command

    Local News

    RUTLAND-Nineteen Stafford Technical Center Students have mastered the US Government FEMA course entitled "Incident Command" and have become nationally certified after successfully passing an examination. Matt Trombley, a Pit ...

  • News briefs from the Rutland region

    Local News

    Growing budget an irritant Rutland voters have a promise from Chris Louras, mayor of the city, that a NO vote for the city's 2012-2013 budget will lead him to "start with" trimming City Hall's planned disbursements. Those d ...

  • Three caught for heroin trafficking and possessions

    Local News

    RUTLAND-On Feb. 13, Vermont State Police executed a search warrant at the Holiday Inn, located in the Town of Rutland. During the search of the room State Police located approximately 84.3 grams of Cocaine, 153 bags of Heroi ...

  • Rutland officials outline priorities at the first legislative breakfast of the year

    Local News

    RUTLAND-Representatives of Rutland Economic Development Corp. and the Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce outlined their legislative priorities at the first legislative breakfast of the year, Monday, Feb. 13. Transportation ...

  • News Briefs from the Rutland region 1.19

    Local News

    Troublesome issues resurface Community dissension always seems to bubble to the surface when the aldermen begin discussing the City budget and items that may appear on the ballot. A number of locals fear pressure to pass a ...

  • Weekly Blues in Rutland

    Voodoo Alien Blues Band performs every Thursday night at Center Street Alley in Rutland.

  • Marble Valley Bridge Club

    ACBL Sanctioned Bridge Games 1 p.m. Monday and 6:45 p.m. Thursday at Godnick Senior Center. guaranteed partner. 287-5756.

  • Rockin the Region

    Cool Things Happening

    Béla Fleck and the Original Flecktones are together again for the first time in twenty years. You can catch this special reunion at the Paramount Theatre in Rutland on Saturday, Nov. 19. Béla Fleck is known for his bluegrass ...

  • Celebrate Thanksgiving with annual Localvore Challenge

    Breaking News

    Thursday, Nov. 24 - Rutland's third annual Thanksgiving Localvore Challenge is back, and Sustainable Rutland and the Rutland Area Farm and Food Link (RAFFL) are challenging the community to eat more local food and, in the pr ...

  • Bone Builders Volunteer Class

    Workshop to qualify volunteer trainers for the RSVP osteoporosis exercise program - fulfills all requirements to become a trainer. 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. (lunch included) in Engle Hall at Christ the King Church. Sign up at 775-822 ...

  • Curbstone Chorus Practices

    Rutland High School. Open invitation for any men interested in singing - join them!

  • One City, One Prompt events held in Rutland

    Important Community Bulletins

    Saturday October 29, 10 a.m.  - The Transformative Language Arts Network presents "One City, One Prompt: Rutland," to be hosted and sponsored locally by the Rutland Free Library. Facilitated by Goddard College Master's ...

  • Vermont flood-relief concert set for Rutland

    Important Community Bulletins

    Saturday October 29, 6 p.m. - In the wake of the devastation of Tropical Storm Irene, the Christian community has been reaching out with support at the grass-roots level with much-needed food, cleaning supplies, shelters, an ...

  • Wizard of Oz

    Paramount Theatre presents the classic family musical. Starring some local children as "munchkins." Tickets start at $54.50, at box office at 30 Center Street, 775-0903 or

  • Pumpkins in the Park

    Bring your precarved pumpkin to Main Street Park in Rutland by 6 pm. While the pumpkins are glowing join us in the Chaffee for a magic show, donuts and cider, 16 South Main Street, 6-8 p.m., 775-0356.

  • Bikers for Jesus

    Rutland. Vt Christian Riders from Motorcyclists for Jesus Ministries meeting 3rd Thurs. of month, Denny's Restaurant. 483-2540 or Email Bikingforj@Msn.Com.

  • Saturday Farmers Markets

    Rutland. Downtown Rutland Farmers Market, Sats. 9am-2pm, in Depot Park. Oct. 29 final outdoor of season!

  • Tuesday Farmers Market

    Rutland. Downtown Rutland Farmers Market, Tues. 3-6pm, in Depot Park.

  • Rutland Report 10.13

    Local News

    POWER MERGER Rutland City wants to make sure that the state public service board keeps in mind that the city has a stake in the planned merger of Central Vermont Public Service and Green Mountain Power. Rutland's chief inte ...

  • Rutland Report October 6, 2011

    Local News

    UPCOMING EVENTS: Thursday, October 6 - Applications are due to audition for this year's Really Big Show in November. Auditions will be Friday, October 7 and Tuesday, October 11 from 6 - 8:30 p.m. at Rutland Intermediate Sch ...

  • Community Luncheon

    At Trinity Church, 85 West St., Rutland, til 1pm. Macaroni and cheese, green beans and apple crisp will be served. Open to everyone.  Donations gratefully accepted but not necessary.

  • 2nd Annual "Art of Masquerade"

    Deadline to buy tickets for this Oct. 23 event! Chaffee Art Center's major fundraiser dinner & auction event. Includes live music by MeadoWinds, a sit down dinner, and a live and silent auction including "Masked" artwork ...

  • Book Signing

    Local author & business owner Debby DuBay signs her book Greetings From Rutland, VT. Til 4pm, at Art & Antiques on Center. Debby owns Limoges Antiques. 773-6444, 786-1530.

  • Irene Good for Mushroom Farmers

    Local News

    New Orleans-style bluesman Ray Bonneville offers his musical storytelling talents at the Brick Box in the Paramount Theatre, downtown Rutland on Thursday, September 29, at 8:00 p.m. Call 775-0903 for tickets. Hear a world o ...

  • "Fall" in Love with Vermont


    On a crisp, golden morning that hinted of autumn's return, a bald eagle flew into town. "It was in the middle of Pittsfield, said Drew Hawley, a Pittsfield resident, who saw the eagle.  While it's just another early ...

  • Art in the Park

    Fall Foliage Celebration of Arts in Main St. Park, Rutland. Til 5pm both days. Jewelry, glass, music, crafts, furniture, ceramics, fiber art, photography, fine art, and more. Free admission - donations accepted. Free parking ...

  • 125th Birthday Bash

    Rutland Free Library celebrates 125 years! Til 4pm. Live music, free t-shirts, kids' activities, cake & ice cream, new services unveiled. 773-1860.

  • Keb Mo in Rutland

    Part of I am Vermont Strong flood relief benefit concert series. Tickets $34.50 - $54.50 plus tax. 775-0903, Monies donated from The Paramount Theatre to I Am Vermont Strong will be distributed to Vermont ...

  • George Thorogood & the Destroyers

    Part of I am Vermont Strong flood relief benefit concert series. Tickets $49.50 - $59.50 plus tax. 775-0903, Monies donated from The Paramount Theatre to I Am Vermont Strong will be distributed to Vermont ...

  • AA Hotline

    Rutland area: 802-775-0402, 24 hours.

  • American Legion Dinner

    Please join us for dinner at the American Legion, Post 31. Dinner & dancing, serving til 7:30pm. Buffet Selections: Roast Prime Ribs of Beef au jus, Baked Haddock w/ Shrimp Newburg Sauce, Apple Jack Pork Loin, Boiled Dil ...

  • SWFR Monthly Meeting

    Southwest Freedom Riders monthly meeting at Seward's Family Restaurant, Rte. 7, Rutland, VT.  All Bikes, New Members and Guests are welcome. For more information, please call 888-299-SWFR.

  • Rutland Concerts

    Summer Concerts in the Main Street Park, Wednesdays, 7-9pm. This week, George's Back Pocket. Bring a picnic, friends & family, and enjoy! Free.

  • Rutland City Band

    Rutland City Band performs summer concerts on the Green/Rte 4 & 7 - Main St. Park. 7-8:30pm. Every Sunday thru Aug. 21. Themed concerts. Free! Bring a chair or blanket.

  • Jim Breuer

    The famous comedian returns to the Paramount Theatre for another round of laughs. Tickets $25.50-$35.50, 775-0903 or

  • August Grief Seminar

    RAVNAH seminar for those who have experienced grief through a loss through death. RAVNAH Office. Register at 770-1516. Seminar titled "Understanding Grief."

  • Vocal Recital

    Jamie Willis' Graduation Vocal Recital at Grace Congregational Church. Accompaniment by Rip Jackson. Performing sacred, classical, and musical theatre songs including selections from West Side Story, My Fair Lady, and The La ...

  • Texas Hold 'Em for RCHS

    Benefit Tournament at Bowlerama, Rutland. Registration starts 12:30 pm, free tournament starts 1 pm. Side games before & after. 483-6700.

  • Satin & Steel

    Free Summer Concert in Main St Park, Rutland.

  • March of the Penguins

    Family Summer "Big Flicks" Film Series at Paramount Theatre, Rutland. "The Films You WANT to See." Mon. & Tues. nights, 7pm. $6 & $4. 775-0903.

  • Jurassic Park

    Family Summer "Big Flicks" Film Series at Paramount Theatre, Rutland. "The Films You WANT to See." Mon. & Tues. nights, 7pm. $6 & $4. 775-0903.

  • Proctor Connection

    Free concert in Main St. Park, Rutland. Bring a picnic basket, family and friends and enjoy a summer evening.

  • Chicken BBQ

    Chicken dinners and all the fixins' with drive-thru service available. til 2:30 pm, at All Saints' Anglican Church 42 Woodstock Avenue, Rutland. Benefit All Saints' Anglican Church. 773-7297.

  • Art in the Park

    Celebrating 50 Years! Main Street Park, til 5pm each day. Almost 100 artisans gather their handcrafted goods in the park. Local food vendors. Demonstrations. Donations welcome. 1st 50 entrants receive 50th Anniversary Tote. ...

  • Friends of Rutland Free Library Book Sale

    Summer Book Sale, $0.50-$3 selections. Videos, audio tapes, children's sectio, almost new hardcovers, trade paperbacks. 773-1860.

  • Marble City Swing Band

    Rutland. Summer Concerts in the Main Street Park, Wednesdays, 7-9pm. Bring a picnic, friends & family, and enjoy! Free.

  • Flea Market (1)

    Rutland, at the Mill Village Chapel. Route 7 North. Til 2pm. For more information call 773-6947.

  • Book Sale

    at UU Church, 117 West St., Rutland. Friday 9-4, Sat. 9-3. 287-9338 for info.

  • 30th Annual Winter in August Celebration

    Recognizes the positive economic impact that the ski areas have on the region. In the Center Street Alley, Rutland. Til 8pm.

  • Ladies Night Out Women's Chorus Rehearsals

    LNO of Rutland preps for fall season of rehearsals for 2 performances the weekend after Thanksgiving - Four Choral Hymns from Rig Vega, Third Group by Gustav Holst: Hymn to the Dawn, Hymn to the Waters, Hymn to Vena (Sun ris ...

  • Christ the King Summer Open House

    For all interested students and families. Fun activities & summertime snacks. Some faculty & current families on hand to answer questions. 773-0500 for more details. til 6:30pm.

  • Tuscan Brunch

    Killington Music Festival holds 8th Annual Tuscan Brunch Fundraiser at Three Tomatoes, Rutland. Adults $30, $17 for students. KMFs talented young artists perform classical music. Tickets, info - 773-4003.

  • ARC Rutland Car Wash

    West Rutland Price Chopper Parking Lot, 10-2. 775-4544.

  • BROC Flea Market

    BROC 3rd Annual Flea Market/Craft Fair in the President's Building at the Vermont State Fairgrounds in Rutland on Friday, July 15th & Saturday, July 16th. Flea Market hours9am-3pm, Free Parking, Public Restrooms, food. N ...

  • Free Concert in Main St Park

    Rutland. Summer Concerts in the Main Street Park, Wednesdays, 7-9pm. This week, Chad Hollister. Bring a picnic, friends & family, and enjoy! Free.

  • Summer Reading Program

  • Killington Music Festival Free Concert

    Killington Music Festival presents free concert at Friday Night Live in Downtown Rutland. Includes works of Mark O'Connor, Piazzolla, Brahms & Mendelssohn. 773-4003.

  • Small Business Workshop (1)

    Starting Your Own Small Business Workshop at REDC, 1-4pm. Includes planning workshop & 5 online workshops. $40. Registration/info, 773-9147. 

  • RACS Honor Our Past Event

    3rd Annual Honor Our Past Dinner for Scholarships at Rutland Holiday Inn. Cocktail hour 6 p.m. with cash bar, dinner 7 p.m. RSVP 775-0151. $75/ person or table of 10/ $750. Raffle tickets $20 or 6/$100.

  • Flea Market

     Flea Market at Mill Village Chapel, 10-2. Rt. 7N, between CVPS & Rutland Vet. Ample parking. Still space available, 773-6947.

  • Family Fun Day

  • Grace Church Presents "Miss Saigon"

  • Rutland Youth Theatre Camp

    Rutland Rec Dept offers Rutland Youth Theatre Camp. Morning sections 9-11:30am; afternoon section 12:30-3pm. Open for actors entering grades K-2. Final performances. $163 resident, $174 non. Register at Godnick Adult Center ...

  • Outdoor Expedition Camp

    Rutland Rec Dept offers Outdoor Expeditions Camp, Session 4. Mountain biking, swimming, hiking. $145 resident/ $156 non. Register at Godnick Center or

  • Seven to Sunset Concert

    July 13 - Rutland. Summer Concerts in the Main Street Park, Wednesdays, 7-9pm. This week, Enerjazz. Bring a picnic, friends & family, and enjoy! Free.

  • BROC Networking Event

    Rutland. BROC & Vt Women's Business Center presents CSI: Career Support Identification networking event. #5, Mystery Solved. BROC. Free, open to all.

  • Rutland Flea Market & Craft Fair

    3rd annual flea market/ craft fair to benefit BROC Community Action in SW VT. President's Bldg, VT State Fairgrounds. Inside/outside, new & used items. Raffles. 773-9480 for a space.

  • Rutland Poker Run

    Southwest Freedom Riders host 22nd Annual Ron Williams Memorial Poker Run. Sign in 9-10:30am, C&D Chopper, Ctr Rutland. Ride 10:30am. $10. Proceeds VT Special Olympics & VINS. All bikes welcome. 888-299-SWFR.

  • Arts & Antiques on Center

    Art & Antiques on Center - 17 Center St, Downtown Rutland. Normal hours resume May 14, Mon-Sat, 10-5. 786-1530.

  • Pyramid Wellness Center Programs

    Rutland - Pyramid Holistic Wellness Center offers yoga, kickboxing, meditation, dance, martial art & more. All classes drop-in. See ad for details. 775-8080.

  • Boys & Girls Club

    Rutland - Boys & Girls Club open 2:30-7:30pm school days. Drop in $1/ visit. Lots of events. 747-4944 for details.

  • RAVNAH Blood Pressure & Foot Care clinics: The Meadows

    June 15 - Rutland. RESIDENT ONLY RAVNAH Blood Pressure & Foot Care clinics: The Meadows, 1:15pm; The Gables 3:15pm. Suggested donation $2 blood pressure, $5 foot care. 775-0568.

  • Relay for Life Race

    Rutland. Relay for Life of Rutland county. Teams walk the track day & night, rain or shine, to raise funds for cancers. VT State Fairgrounds. 1pm Sat. to 8am Sun. Camping avail.

  • Master Gardner plant sale

    June 4 - Rutland. Master Gardner plant sale, 9am-noon, inside Godnick Center. Master Gardeners available to assist & answer q's. Raffle! Proceeds Rutland Co. Extension Master Gardener Program & volunteer projects.

  • Audubon Walk Around

    May 19 - W Rutand. Rutland County Audubon monthly monitoring walk around West Rutland Marsh. Free, open to all. Meet West Rutland Price Chopper parking lot at 7 a.m.

  • RAVNAH Blood Pressure & Foot Care clinic

    May 19 - Rutland. RAVNAH Blood Pressure & Foot Care clinic: Maple Village 10am. Suggested donation $2 blood pressure, $5 foot care. 775-0568.

  • On Foot or Wheels Pine Hill Park


    Sadly, the ski season is over. I know I may be in the minority expressing a thought like that, but I am not an avid mountain biker. The snow is gone and now the rain is our favorite thing to complain about whenever good conv ...