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Rutland Winter Farmers Market at Vermont Farmers Food Center at 251 West St.

Every Saturday from 10 am-2 pm

Every Wednesday from 4 - 7 pm

 

Take a ride on The Ninth Annual Rutland Area Christmas and Holiday Lights Tour!

Brought to you by Vermont Backroad Tours

click here for more information

 

 

1 - Pittsford, RAVNAH holds a blood pressure ($2) and foot care ($10) clinic at Village Manor,7 Arch St., 11:30 a.m., for more information call (802) 775-0568.

2 - Rutland, Annual Santa Arrival & Tree Lighting – Santa arrives in Depot Park, Downtown, where the holiday tree will be lit, refreshments provided, follow Santa to the Paramount for the chance to sit on his lap, 6:30 pm., free movie starts at 7 pm

2 – Rutland, Free Holiday Movie, Frosty the Snowman & Twas the Night Before Christmas double feature will be shown at the Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., 7 pm, FREE.

 

2 – Rutland, GMP College Connections - "Geothermal Power:  What’s in a name?", Dr. Helen Mango of Castleton College give a presentation on geothermal energy -- the kind used to heat houses and produce electricity in different parts of the world, and the kind of geothermal energy that we can use in Vermont, Energy Innovation Center, 68-70 Merchants Row, Downtown Rutland, 5:30-6:30 p.m., Free and Open to the Public; Light Refreshments, gerri.harrison@greenmountainpower.com, 802-353-2919

2Castleton, Gift of Life Marathon Marathon – 12 Days of Giving” will run from Dec. 2 to 16 at sites throughout the Rutland region, and will be the longest blood drive in U.S. history, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Castleton College, for appointments call 800-RED-CROSS or by visiting www.giftoflifemarathon.com.

 

2 – Castleton, 5th Annual Advent Concert with Heidi Soons and Ladies' Night Out Women's Chorus, Federated Church of Castleton, Main St., 7 – 9 p.m., free will offering, 802 775 8004.

 

2 – Castleton, The Castleton Jazz Ensemble, led by Glenn Giles, presents an eclectic mix of jazz standards, pop covers, and fusion pieces, Casella Theater, 7 pm, tickets for are $5 for adults and $3 for seniors, students and children under 12, and can be purchased through Castleton Tickets

3 - Rutland, Free business seminar on Time Management Tips – That Work! (How to get your “to-do” list DONE!) - Hannah Abrams, AdviCoach of Rutland Region, a business coach who works with small and mid-sized businesses to achieve greater performance in their companies, hosts free seminar that will help the business owner learn how to work effectively in your business. We are all busy working in the trenches, putting out fires and cleaning up problems. Here’s an opportunity to create a work week that supports you and your team in growing the business and getting back to the work you love. Learn: To begin with the end in mind, What to address when, To determine your Rocks & Accountability items & making them happen (for you and your team), A simple matrix for getting “stuff” done, To create a calendar that supports you and how you like to work, held at Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce, located at 50 Merchants Row from 8AM-9:30AM, to register for this free seminar click here, 802-776-8922.

 

3 - Rutland, Mill Village Chapel holds Wednesday Night Dinner, Ham Supper, dinner at 6 pm, adults $9, Route 7 North.

 

3 - Rutland, Dark Star Orchestra (Grateful Dead Tribute) performs concert at the Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., 8 pm, TICKETS: $29.75-$34.75, 775-0903.

 

3Rutland, Gift of Life Marathon Marathon – 12 Days of Giving” will run from Dec. 2 to 16 at sites throughout the Rutland region, and will be the longest blood drive in U.S. history, from noon to 6 p.m. at U.S. Army Reserve on Post Road in Rutland Town, for appointments call 800-RED-CROSS or by visiting www.giftoflifemarathon.com.

3 - Wallingford, RAVNAH holds a blood pressure ($2) and foot care ($10) clinic at Wallingford House, 10:30 a.m., for more information call (802) 775-0568.

 

4 - Rutland, RAVNAH holds a blood pressure ($2) and foot care ($10) clinic at Parker House, 129 Church St.,10 a.m.; Bardwell House,142 Merchants Row, 12:30 p.m., for more information call (802) 775-0568.

4 - Rutland, United Way Holiday Mixer with Live & Silent Auctions - Enjoy a wonderful evening to benefit United Way of Rutland County, 5:30 - 7:30 pm at the Rutland Country Club, hors doeuvres, cash bar, live music, auctioneer: Bob Prozzo, please RSVP by Nov. 26th 802-773-7477 or email info@uwrutlandcounty.org preview/bid early on silent auction items visit www.uwrutlandcounty.org/auction - password: uwrcbids.

5Rutland, Gift of Life Marathon Marathon – 12 Days of Giving” will run from Dec. 2 to 16 at sites throughout the Rutland region, and will be the longest blood drive in U.S. history, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Rutland High School, Stratton Rd., for appointments call 800-RED-CROSS or by visiting www.giftoflifemarathon.com.

 

5 - Rutland, LEANN RIMES: ONE CHRISTMAS with guest Levi Hummon performs concert at the Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., 8 pm, TICKETS: $48.50-$68.50, 775-0903.

5 - Rutland, College of St. Joseph will present Health for the Holidays!: Helping Make the Holidays More Restful than Stressful at 12 noon at Speakeasy Café at 67 Center St. This free event will help you maintain a healthy mind and body throughout the holiday season. Dr. Michael Kesler, chair of the CSJ Psychology & Human Services Division, will offer tips and techniques to help you relieve holiday stress and find greater joy during this wonderful time of year. Kimberly Griffin, wellness guru at CSJ, will offer tips on how to eat and live healthier through the holidays.

 

5 – Pittsford, Wine, Cheese, Books, and Art - the Maclure Public Library in Pittsford, on Friday evening December 5 for a wine & cheese evening and silent auction event. The event starts at 6:00 pm. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door, 840 Arch Street, 802-483-2972.

5 – Castleton, The Collegiate Chorale and Chamber Singers are pleased to present their Winter Concert featuring Castleton’s new Allen C-15 Digital Organ, Casella Theater, 7 pm, tickets for are $5 for adults and $3 for seniors, students and children under 12, and can be purchased through Castleton Tickets

5, 6 - Killington, Vermont Holiday Festival - Join us for the 2014 Vermont Holiday Festival for holiday fun and entertainment for all ages, Friday and Saturday, Grand Ballroom, Killington Grand Resort Hotel. click here for more details.

 

5 – Poultney, Shakespeare On Main Street presents A Christmas Carol: Readers Style, Come in and get to know Shakespeare on Main Street better as it present this timeless holiday classic in intimate Readers Theatre style, Poultney High School, 154 East Main, 7 pm, Tickets at the door:  Adults: $10.00, Youth $5.00, Children under 12 Free. 802-315-0019.

 

5 - Poultney, RAVNAH holds a blood pressure ($2) and foot care ($10) clinic at Poultney, Young at Heart Senior Center, 206 Furnace St. 9:30 am.; Ira, Ira Town Hall, 2832 West Rd.,12:30 p.m., for more information call (802) 775-0568.

6 – Rutland, The Santa Train will be departing the Downtown Rutland, Vermont Amtrak station at 5 different departure times throughout the day - 10am, 12pm, 1:30pm, 3pm and 4:30pm. An approximate 45 minute ride will take you through a magical Santa's Village that you'll never forget. Our beautifully decorated Santa Train will include refreshments, stories, songs and more. So no matter what the age, this will be the most enjoyable Christmas experience you've ever had and one you'll never forget. Purchase tickets now! click here

6Rutland, Gift of Life Marathon Marathon – 12 Days of Giving” will run from Dec. 2 to 16 at sites throughout the Rutland region, and will be the longest blood drive in U.S. history, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Diamond Run Mall, for appointments call 800-RED-CROSS or by visiting www.giftoflifemarathon.com.

6 – Rutland, Festival of Paws Humane Society Benefit at Pyramid Wellness Center, 120 Merchant Row, Rutland. Activities, Humane Society table, food and prizes. Noon-5. For more information call 80-775-8080.

6 – Rutland, FESTIVAL OF TREES - Join The Paramount Theatre as we kick off the holiday season with this annual tradition. Take in the sights (and the lights!) as both funds and holiday spirits are raised! Join auctioneer Bob Prozzo as he presents to you a huge selection of assorted auction items including: Vacation Getaways, Sport Ticket Packages, Gift Certificates, Unique Home Furnishings and more, event is catered by Roots the Restaurant and will feature a cash bar, 30 Center St.,TICKETS: $10, Doors open at 5:30pm - Auction at 7pm, 775-0903.

6 – West Rutland, Annual Santa Arrival & Tree Lighting - welcome Santa & Mrs. Claus (arrival at 7:00pm) as they light the Town Hall tree, enjoy caroling and hay wagon rides. Please bring a plate of cookies to share and a non-perishable food item for the Food Shelf, West Rutland Town Hall, 6:45 pm.

 

6 – West Rutland, St. Bridget's Christmas Sale, Parish Hall, 438-5771.

6 – Wallingford, St. Patrick’s Church Annual Christmas Bazaar, 28 North Main St., handmade crafts, food sale, Chinese auction, silent auction and them baskers, luncheon featuring homemade soups, 9 am – 2 pm, 446-2872.

6  - Shrewsbury, Shrewsbury Library’s Silent Auction and Annual Cookie Swap In the Great Room, Shrewsbury Library, Bake a 3-4 dozen of your favorite cookie recipe to share, silent suction upstairs, 7 pm, 98 Town Hill Rd., 802-492-3410. 

6 – Fair Haven, There will be a Christmas tour of the historic Marble Mansion from noon to 4 p.m.,12W Park Place, tours of the festively decorated mansion, will include drinks and holiday music,  hourly door prizes and a silent auction at the end of each tour, tickets are $7 per person, $5 for seniors and children under 12 will be admitted free, all proceeds will benefit Fair Haven Historical Society, 802-265-3240.

6 – Poultney, Santa Comes to Poultney, Poultney Poultney Public Library, 205 Main St, 6:00 am - 7:30 pm

6 – Brandon, Holiday Art-ernoon Tea at Compass Music and Arts Center - Come on over for some holiday cheer, art, tea and shopping! Enjoy complimentary Christmas tea and freshly baked holiday scones while browsing the recently expanded gift shops and the new Art of Giving – The Giving of Art holiday show. Café CMAC will also be open, serving lunch, coffee, and tasty desserts, Park Village, 333 Jones Drive, 12-5pm.

6 – Orwell, St. Paul's Annual Christmas Bazaar, Orwell Town Hall, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m., Handmade gifts, crafts, decorations, raffle, silent auction, flea market, food sale, lunch and refreshments available. Benefit St. Paul's Church.

6 – Benson, Benson Community Craft Fair at Benson Village School from 10am to 4pm to Benefit Benson First Response. Space Available Call Colleen Hoard at 537-3521.

6 – West Pawlet, Christmas Craft Fair, Flea Market, Bake Sale, Luncheon, Raffles, Face Painting and SANTA ARRIVES!, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., firehouse of West Pawlet Volunteer Fire Department, 2806 Vermont Route 153 (Main St), 802-645-0244.

6 – Pittsford, Pittsford Farmers Market Holiday Craft Show at Lothrop Elementary School Gym, 9:30 to 2:00 pm, Local food, preserves, maple products, artwork, jewelry and crafts.

6 – Wallingford, Wallingford Elementary School 38th Annual Craft Fair, feature many local vendors; fresh balsam wreaths, gourmet foods, a silent auction of themed gift baskets, jewelry, fine art, hand-made candies, folk art, sewn, knitted and crocheted items, and much, much more. In addition, there will be a bake sale, door prizes, Cake Walks for the children, our famous homemade luncheon, cash raffle, and more, 126 School St., 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

6 – Weston, Christmas in Weston” is a celebration of family fun bringing in the Holiday Season. At the heart of “Christmas in Weston” are the many activities for all ages and events conducted, without any form of admission charge, by Weston Businesses and organizations. Funds raised for this event will go to Just Neighbors, a non-profit volunteer organization. 10 am - 4.30pm. 802-362-5991.

7 – Rutland, The Rutland Area Chorus, soloists and orchestra will perform Handel's Messiah concert at 3:30 PM and 7:00 PM under the direction of Rip Jackson. The chorus and orchestra will also perform “We Praise Thee, O God” from Handel’s Te Deum for the Peace of Dettingen and The Angel’s Fanfare, a festive processional for chorus and orchestra by Rip Jackson incorporating “Hark the Herald Angels Sing.” Grace Congregational Church, 8 Court Street, 3:30 p.m.

Free will offering, 802-775-4301.

7 - Middletown Springs 20th Annual Holiday Craft Fair, 10am – 3pm at Middletown Springs Elementary School on South St., gifts, goodies, wreaths, maple goodies, honey, ornaments, paintings, woodenware, soaps, cards, jewelry, and more.

7 – Rockingham, Nationally acclaimed children’s author, Anna Dewdney, will be at The Vermont Country Store in Rockingham to read from her Llama Llama books, sign books for customers and demonstrate her illustration process. 2-3pm. 802-362-5991.

8Rutland, Gift of Life Marathon Marathon – 12 Days of Giving” will run from Dec. 2 to 16 at sites throughout the Rutland region, and will be the longest blood drive in U.S. history, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Rutland Regional Medical Center, for appointments call 800-RED-CROSS or by visiting www.giftoflifemarathon.com.

 

8 – Killington, Killington’s Annual Holiday Party to benefit the Rutland County Humane Society is set for Monday, December 8th at JAX Food & Games in Killington. Bar manager and animal lover Kevin Olaynack is hosting the event and will be collecting donations of non-perishable pet treats and toys for the local agency. Area merchants have once again donated a slew of great prizes to be raffled throughout the evening. Entertainment will be provided by Mihali (of Twiddle).  The party takes place from 8pm until closing. JAX is located midway on the Killington Road, next to the Pickle Barrel Nightclub. For more info, contact JAX at (802) 422-5334.

 

8 – Castleton, Castleton Jazz Combos - The Dance Band Tenths, Castleton’s jazz combo under the direction of Kent Baker, will center around jazz standards popularized in the 1950s, Casella Theater, 7 pm, tickets for are $5 for adults and $3 for seniors, students and children under 12, and can be purchased through Castleton Tickets

9 – Rutland, The Rutland Area Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice (RAVNAH) will host their annual Tree of Remembrance Tree Lighting Ceremony and Memorial Service on Tuesday, December 9 at 6 p.m. at the Franklin Conference Center in Rutland. The Tree of Remembrance is a time for community members to gather with others to remember someone who has died. The service will include music by Trillium; reflections by RAVNAH staff, clergy and caregivers; lighting of the Tree of Remembrance, and honoring those represented on the Wall of Remembrance. If you plan to attend and would like to have a name read at the service, please call 802.770.1516.

9 – Rutland, Free Holiday Movie, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer will be shown at the Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., 7 pm, FREE.

 

9 Rutland, Gift of Life Marathon Marathon – 12 Days of Giving” will run from Dec. 2 to 16 at sites throughout the Rutland region, and will be the longest blood drive in U.S. history, from noon to 6 p.m. at the Rutland American Legion, for appointments call 800-RED-CROSS or by visiting www.giftoflifemarathon.com.

9 - Rutland, RRCC holds their Holiday mixer at Heritage Family Credit Union , at the Ron Hance Operations Center, 30 Allen St., 5-7 p.m., door prizes, hors’doeuvres, 50/50 raffle and more, for more information call 773-2747.

10 Rutland, Gift of Life Marathon Marathon – 12 Days of Giving” will run from Dec. 2 to 16 at sites throughout the Rutland region, and will be the longest blood drive in U.S. history, from noon to 6 p.m. at the Holiday Inn in Rutland Town, for appointments call 800-RED-CROSS or by visiting www.giftoflifemarathon.com.

 

10 – Rutland, Fiddle jam at Godnick Adult Center, 1 Deer St., 7:15 – 9:15 p.m., welcomes fiddlers and players of acoustic instruments; listeners welcome, acoustic, blues, bluegrass, country, folk, gospel, spiritual, 775-1182.

 

10 – Rutland, One of College of Saint Joseph’s most prized English Professors, Marshall Highet, will be introducing her recently published young adult science fiction book, Spare Parts with a book signing event. The signing will be a sci-fi celebration of sorts and costumes are highly encouraged, 71 Clement Road, 4 – 6 p.m., 802-776-5236.

10 - Rutland, Shakespeare On Main Street presents A Christmas Carol: Readers Style, Come in and get to know Shakespeare on Main Street better as it present this timeless holiday classic in intimate Readers Theatre style, Rutland Free Library, 10 Court St, 7 pm, Tickets at the door:  Adults: $10.00, Youth $5.00, Children under 12 Free, 802-315-0019.

 

10 - Castleton, The Castleton Wind Ensemble presents a winter concert entitled, Tribute to Film Music. This multimedia event will allow audience members to watch selected scenes from such films as: The Red Pony, The War Horse, and The Magnificent Seven, during a live wind ensemble performance featuring the works of: Aaron Copeland, John Williams, Howard Shore, Elmer Bernstein, and Ron Goodwin. 7 pm, Casella Theater, Tickets for this event are $5 for adults and $3 for seniors, students and children under 12, and can be purchased through Castleton Tickets.

11 – Rutland, Catamount Radio Cooking Show at the Paramount Theatre, learn holiday meals prepared by New England Culinary Chefs, surprises, area vendor displays in the Paramount lobby, watch up-close as top notch area chefs create amazing holiday dishes that you'll learn to create yourself, plus everyone will receive a Goodie bag filled with Vermont products, coupons, recipes from that evening and more, 7 pm, 30 Center St., $17 + tax, General Admission Seating begins at 6 pm, 775-0903.

 

11 – Brandon, Efficiency Vermont Community Forum - The statewide energy efficiency utility is hosting a community forum to get feedback from Vermonters on how best to develop their program plans for the next three years. Jim Merriam, Director of Efficiency Vermont, will present and moderate the forum. It is free and open to the public and a light supper will be provided. 6 – 7:30 p.m. If you plan to attend you can register at www.efficiencyvermont.com/communityforums or call (888)921-5990 (registration is not required).

 

11 – Rutland, Project VISION Monthly Meeting - Alliance Fellowship Church, 1 Scale Avenue, Near the Franklin Conference Center, 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm. Our Community Mission fully embraces collaboration, coordination and cooperation. Everyone is welcome.

 

11 – Rutland, Public Meeting about City Pool, Interactive discussion on city pool design and location, 5:30 – 7 p.m., free, Rutland Free Library, Fox Room, 10 Court St., 802-773-1822.

 

11Rutland, Gift of Life Marathon Marathon – 12 Days of Giving” will run from Dec. 2 to 16 at sites throughout the Rutland region, and will be the longest blood drive in U.S. history, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.at the College of St. Joseph gymnasium, for appointments call 800-RED-CROSS or by visiting www.giftoflifemarathon.com.

11 - Castleton, RAVNAH holds a blood pressure ($2) and foot care ($10) clinic at Castleton Meadows, 12:30 p.m., for more information call (802) 775-0568.

 

12 – Rutland, Pop-Up Art Gallery Open House at Small Dog Electronics, 116 West Street, SunCommon is hosting a pop-up art gallery in its downtown Rutland space, featuring environmentally-themed work of local artists. Join us Friday December 12th for an open-house!  SunCommon and the displaying artists are hosting a celebration of solar, art, and holiday.  We'll open the wine at 5PM; doors stay open until 9PM.

 

12 – Rutland, Twelve Days Before Christmas: EXTENDED HOUR shopping NIGHT - Participating businesses will be open later so you can get that holiday shopping done! Come down for dinner then visit over 19 stores for all your gifting needs: jewelry, clothing, home goods, gift cards, books, toys, specialty & food items and more. Stores open until 9 PM. Downtown Rutland. More info at (802) 773-9380, www.rutlanddowntown.com

 

12 - Rutland, AN EVENING HONORING LENNY BURKE & THE BURKE FAMILY - This event will tell the inspirational story of the Burke Family and how the MSJ Community pulled together when Lenny was injured. Speakers will also discuss the success of the Burke Family's organization which now serves people with head injuries from all over the country in numerous locations across Rutland county. Author Yvonne Daley will be present to discuss her new book on this amazing story, and she will be joined on stage by other speakers who will share their memories and insight. Legendary sportscaster Jack Healey will serve as the master of ceremonies. Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., free, 7 pm., 775-0903.

12 - Wallingford, Shakespeare On Main Street presents A Christmas Carol: Readers Style, Come in and get to know Shakespeare on Main Street better as it present this timeless holiday classic in intimate Readers Theatre style, Wallingford Town Hall, 75 School St., 7 pm, Tickets at the door:  Adults: $10.00, Youth $5.00, Children under 12 Free, 802-315-0019

12 Manchester, Gift of Life Marathon Marathon – 12 Days of Giving” will run from Dec. 2 to 16 at sites throughout the Rutland region, and will be the longest blood drive in U.S. history, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Burr & Burton Academy in Manchester, for appointments call 800-RED-CROSS or by visiting www.giftoflifemarathon.com.

13 – Rutland, Vermont Farmers Market holds Christmas Holiday Show at Holiday Inn, 476 US Rt. 7 South, 9am-4pm, 287-9570.

13Rutland, Gift of Life Marathon Marathon – 12 Days of Giving” will run from Dec. 2 to 16 at sites throughout the Rutland region, and will be the longest blood drive in U.S. history, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Rutland Elks Club, 44 Pleasant St., for appointments call 800-RED-CROSS or by visiting www.giftoflifemarathon.com.

13 – Castleton, Rutland Youth Theatre is collaborating with Lakes Region Youth Orchestra’s 25th Anniversary in The Snowman, The show will feature various LRYO orchestras and the beloved story The Snowman. The Snowman is the tale of a boy who builds a snowman one winter's day. That night, at the stroke of twelve, the snowman comes to life and the two venture into the night. The boy and the snowman take flight visiting special places, including Father Christmas. Show times are December 13th at 4pm and 7pm at Casella Theatre, Castleton State College. Tickets can be purchased online at www.lryo.org or at the door. $10 adults, $8 children, $30 family.

13 – Brandon, Holiday jazz and love songs with Sarah Stone and Fred Barnes at Brandon Music, The vocal/piano duo will perform holiday classics with a jazz twist as well as some great jazz standards that are new to their repertoire. Stone and Barnes’ performances include musical standards from the 1940’s to the present, 62 Country Club Rd., 7:30 p.m.,Show $15, Dinner & Show $35, 802-247-4295.

13 – Weston, Maple Landmark Woodcraft will be in The Vermont Country Store in Weston with an expanded assortment of their Vermont-made wooden toys, just in time for the holidays! 802.362.5950

14 – Rutland, VSO: JOYFUL JOURNEY - Two sleigh rides, a skating party, and a sojourn through the Twelve Days of Christmas (cleverly adapted to various musical styles) are part of our joyful holiday journey with the VSO and VSO Chorus. “Full Galop,” a fanfare by Burlington composer T.L. Read, starts us off at a festive clip. Excerpts from Messiah and the Nutcracker are along the way, as are shepherds, traditional carols, a singalong, and a celestial harp, Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., 3pm, TICKETS: $9-$32 (Student/Senior Discounts available) special AARP member pricing this concert only* AARP Members $20 adults, $16 seniors, 775-0903.

14 – Rutland, The Compassionate Friends Candle Lighting Ceremony at Good Shepard Lutheran Church, Hillside Place, 4-5:30 p.m., A Ceremony to honor and remember our children who have passed away. All family and friends are welcome, 802-773-8702.

 

14 - Rutland, ARC Rutland Area’s Christmas Dinner Dance for Citizens with Developmental Disabilities and their families. The event is free and held at the Elks Lodge on Pleasant Street. Individuals with Developmental Disabilities will receive a gift and all attending will rejuvenate their spirits.  Dinner will be provided and music for dancing will be playing.  Santa has been called to stop by as well. 12noon - 4 PM, 775-1370

14 – Mount Holly, Christmas in Mount Holly- Saturday, December 14th 4:00 pm.  The true Christmas spirit resonates through the library with carolers, a Christmas skit, refreshments and, of course, a visit from Santa. Free!

 

14 West Pawlet, Pancake Breakfast at West Pawlet Volunteer Fire Department, Pancakes of many varieties, waffles, West Pawlet's world-famous home fries, bacon, scrambled eggs, sausage and beverages, 2806 VT Route 153 (Main Street), 7:30 – 11 a.m., $8.00 12 yrs and up, 802-345-4312.

14 – Weston, Get wrapped up in good at The Vermont Country Store in Weston on December 14, from 12 to 5 p.m. For a small donation, the Flood Brook Student Activities Cooperative will wrap your holiday gift purchases and The Vermont Country Store will make your giving last by matching your donation. Feel great doing good! 802.362.5950

 

15 - Rutland, Friends of the Rutland Free Library December Book Sale, Mon., Dec. 15 (4-8), Rutland Free Library 10 Court St.,www.rutlandfree.org, Thousands of books organized by author/topic for all ages, CDs, DVDs, puzzles, etc. $.25-$3.00; All proceeds go to support library programs, activities and collections.

15Fair Haven, Gift of Life Marathon Marathon – 12 Days of Giving” will run from Dec. 2 to 16 at sites throughout the Rutland region, and will be the longest blood drive in U.S. history, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Fair Haven Union High School, for appointments call 800-RED-CROSS or by visiting www.giftoflifemarathon.com.

15 – Middletown Springs, "Christmas in the Park” on the green at 6pm in Middletown Springs. Join us for the live nativity, caroling, and the lighting of the Christmas tree. Then warm up inside with hot cocoa and delicious treats. Call Rita for more info. @ 235-2436.

 

16 Rutland, Gift of Life Marathon Marathon – 12 Days of Giving” will run from Dec. 2 to 16 at sites throughout the Rutland region, and will be the longest blood drive in U.S. history, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., for appointments call 800-RED-CROSS or by visiting www.giftoflifemarathon.com.

 

17 - West Rutland, Regional Community Outreach Meeting – The HUD Consolidated Plan-Citizen Participation Meetings and Survey are forums to learn about the needs and interests in the areas of housing, economic development, public services and community development. There will be an important Citizen Participation Meeting held on Wednesday, December 17, 2014 from 4pm-6pm in the West Rutland Town Hall. You can help by filling out the Citizen Participation Survey online and by attending the meeting. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/HUD_Con_Plan2015.

18 - Rutland, Meet Rutland Free Library's Santa Dogs at December's Tales to Tails event. Tales to Tails is a  monthly program to encourage beginning readers to practice their reading skills.  Trained therapy dogs and their handlers are available for children to meet, greet, and read aloud to.  Thank you to Caring Canines volunteers for this wonderful program. December event includes Santa dogs,gift books for children, and cocoa. 4 pm, 10 Court St., 773-1860.

 

18 - Fair Haven, RAVNAH holds a blood pressure ($2) and foot care ($10) clinic at Appletree Apartments, 7 Appletree Lane, 9:30 a.m., for more information call (802) 775-0568.

19, 20 – Rutland, RYT: SHREK THE MUSICAL, JR. presented by Rutland Youth Theater, In a faraway kingdom, the green ogre Shrek finds his swamp invaded by banished fairytale misfits, runaways who've been cast off by Lord Farquaad, a tiny terror with big ambitions. When Shrek sets off with a wise-cracking donkey to confront Farquaad, he's handed a task - if he rescues feisty princess Fiona, his swamp will be righted, Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., 2pm & 7pm, call for ticket information 775-0903.

20 – Rutland, Longest Night Service For those who are struggling to find joy this holiday season, "The Longest Night" service offers a time of hope and healing and a reminder that none of us is alone. First Baptist Church, 81 Center St. 773-8010.

20 – Pittsford, Pittsford Farmers Market Holiday Craft Show at Lothrop Elementary School Gym, 9:30 to 2:00 pm, Local food, preserves, maple products, artwork, jewelry and crafts.

 

20 – Weston, Get wrapped up in good at The Vermont Country Store in Weston on December 20, from 12 to 5 p.m. For a small donation, the Londonderry Food Pantry will wrap your holiday gift purchases and The Vermont Country Store will make your giving last by matching your donation. Feel great doing good! 802.362.5950

21 - Rutland, ALBANY BERKSHIRE BALLET: THE NUTCRACKER performed at the Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., 2 and 6 pm, TICKETS: $29.50-$39.50, 775-0903.

21 – Weston, Get wrapped up in good at The Vermont Country Store in Weston on December 21, from 12 to 5 p.m. For a small donation, the Wilder Library will wrap your holiday gift purchases and The Vermont Country Store will make your giving last by matching your donation. Feel great doing good! 802.362.5950

22 - Rutland, Skate With Santa – for ages 10 and under plus parents and grandparents who are encouraged to join children on the ice, free admission, $1 skate rentals, Giorgetti Arena, 10 -12noon, 773-1853.

 

22 – Rutland, The Homeless Prevention Center is sponsoring its 15th annual Candlelight Vigil in Depot Park at 5:00pm. This event is to bring attention to the tragedy of homelessness that many Vermont families and individuals endure.  It’s also an opportunity to learn what’s being done in our community to reduce the risk of homelessness. This event is open to the public and should last about a half an hour.  Candles are provided. Contact Deborah Hall at or deborah@hpcvt.org with any questions.

 

22 – Weston, Stop in to The Vermont Country Store in Weston and try some of the best wines and ciders from around Vermont. We will be featuring wines from Lincoln Peak and Fresh Tracks Winery and Hard Cider from Champlain Orchards. 802.362.5950

23 – Rutland, Winter Movie series: Home Alone - Don’t miss this holiday favorite in high definition on the big screen! Starring  Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci, and Daniel Stern. Free. 7:00 PM, Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., Downtown Rutland. More info at (802) 773-9380, www.rutlanddowntown.com

 

30 Rutland, Winter Movie series: Ice Age, Ray Romano, John Leguizamo and Denis Leary star in this animated comedy, full of adventure. Bring your family or friends and see it in high definition on the big screen!  Free. 7:00 PM, Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., Downtown Rutland. More info at (802) 773-9380, www.rutlanddowntown.com

31 - Rutland, RAVNAH holds a blood pressure ($2) and foot care ($10) clinic at Godnick Adult Center, 12:30 p.m., for more information call (802) 775-0568.

 

 

31 - Rutland, VAC’s 27th Gala Dinner Dance & Auction at the Rutland Country Club, entertainment by Bobby & Susan Dick, 7 pm – 1 am, cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, elegant buffet dinner, champagne toast at midnight, silent auction and raffles, $100 pp inclusive, sponsorships available, for more information call  802-775-2395, ext. 103.

 

31 – Mount Holly, New Year’s Eve at Star Lake- Monday, December 31st 9:00 pm. Welcome in the New Year with good friends, good cheer, fireworks, a bonfire and skating. Co-sponsored with the Mount Holly Sno*Drifters. Free!

 

 

 

 

Rutland Winter Farmers Market at Vermont Farmers Food Center at 251 West St.

Every Saturday from 10 am-2 pm

Every Wednesday from 4 - 7 pm

 

4 – Rutland, Opera Theatre of Weston East coast premiere of The Secret Garden, based on the children’s novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett, Cost: $15-$30, Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., 2 pm, 802-775-0903.

 

7 – Rutland, 1st Wed: Journals and Letters of Anne Morrow Lindbergh - Author Reeve Lindbergh discusses collecting four decades of her mother's previously unpublished diaries and letters shedding light on her mother's marriage to Charles Lindbergh and her take on world events, Rutland Free Library Fox Room, 10 Court St., 7 – 8:30 pm, 773-1860.

 

13 - Rutland, Rutland Chamber of Commerce holds their January mixer at The Local - Merchants Row, Downtown, 5-7 p.m., door prizes, hors’doeuvres, 50/50 raffle and more, for more information call 773-2747.

 

14 – Rutland, Vermont Futures Film-UVM - 'No decision about me, without me: School Stories of Youth in Custody', Film and Panel Discussion with Foster Care Alumni, Rutland Free Library Fox Room, 10 Court St., 6:30 – 8:30 pm, 773-1860.

 

16 - Rutland, CLASSIC ALBUMS LIVE: DARK SIDE OF THE MOON - featuring a massive band of talented musicians and amazing lighting effects. Rock fans of all generations will love this live celebration of rock and roll history, covering Dark Side of the Moon classics, Money, Time and The Great Gig in the Sky, Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., 8 pm, TICKETS: $29.75-$35.75, 775-0903.

 

21 - Rutland, The Killington Chapter of the Green Mountain Club and Rutland Free Library present longtime hiker and author Bill Cooke on hiking the Colorado Trail, Rutland Free Library Fox Room, 10 Court St., 7 – 8:30 pm, 773-1860.

 

21 – Castleton, Mercy Killers presented by The Stella Adler Studio and Harold Clurman Lab Theatre, at 7 pm, Casella Theater, Tickets for this event are $15 for adults, $12 for students and seniors, and $10 for children under 12, and can be purchased through Castleton Tickets.

22 - Rutland, THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY tells the story of Buddy Holly’s rise to fame, performed at the Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., 7:30 pm, TICKETS: $39.50-$44.50, 775-0903.

 

24 - Rutland, GLEB IVANOV – PIANIST performs concert at the Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., Produced in association with Young Concert Artist, Inc., 7:30 pm, Adults: $20, Students: $10, 775-0903.

 

 

25 – Rutland, VSO: AT AN EARLY AGE, Gabriela Lena Frank began composing as a young child, inspired by folk music in her native Peru. Her “Elegy to the Andes” is evocative of South American panpipe music. Schubert’s “Unfinished” Symphony, only ranking behind a couple of Beethoven and Tchaikovsky symphonies in worldwide popularity, was written when the composer was just 25. Elgar’s lyrical Violin Concerto showcases the marvelous young violinist Elena Urioste, who debuted with the Philadelphia Orchestra at age 13 and was recently selected as a BBC New Generation Artist . Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., 3 pm, TICKETS: $9 - $32, 775-0903.

 

27 – Rutland, Watching Birds and Eating Bugs: Peace Corps, Mexico, Speaker is Michael H Blust, Returned Peace Corp Volunteer, Mexico, Prof. Emeritus - Green Mountain College, Rutland Free Library Fox Room, 10 Court St., 7 – 8:30 pm, 773-1860.

29 – Castleton, Rani Arbo and daisy mayhem play in a fun, lively, and folksy band that promises to get people moving, smiling, and singing, at 7 pm, Casella Theater, ickets for this event are $15 for adults, $12 for students and seniors, and $10 for children under 12, and can be purchased through Castleton Tickets.

 

 

 

 

 

Rutland Winter Farmers Market at Vermont Farmers Food Center at 251 West St.

Every Saturday from 10 am-2 pm

Every Wednesday from 4 - 7 pm

 

3 – Castleton, Thodos Dance Chicago: A Light In The Dark, the triumphant story of Helen Keller, a deaf and blind child, and the undying devotion of her gifted teacher Anne Sullivan, at 7 pm, Casella Theater, Tickets for this event are $15 for adults, $12 for students and seniors, and $10 for children under 12, and can be purchased through Castleton Tickets.

6 – Rutland, The Capitol Steps, that began as a group of Senate staffers who set out to satirize the very people and places that employed them, performs at the Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., 8 pm, TICKETS: $39.75, 775-0903.

 

9 – Castleton, Founded in 2007 by 17 young professional musicians, A Far Cry Chamber Orchestra now stands at the forefront of classical music ensembles, at 7 pm, Casella Theater, Tickets for this event are $15 for adults, $12 for students and seniors, and $10 for children under 12, and can be purchased through Castleton Tickets.

10 - Mendon, Rutland, Rutland Chamber of Commerce holds their February mixer at Allen Pools & Spa - Route 4, 5-7 p.m., door prizes, hors’doeuvres, 50/50 raffle and more, for more information call 773-2747.

 

20 – Rutland, LONESTAR, who is celebrating 20 years anniversary, performs country music at the Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., 8 pm, TICKETS: $39.50-$59.75, 775-0903.


21 – Rutland, The Irish Comedy Tour takes the party atmosphere of a Dublin pub and combines it with a boisterous, belly-laugh band of hooligans, Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., 8 pm, TICKETS: $25, 775-0903.

 

 

 

 

 

Rutland Winter Farmers Market at Vermont Farmers Food Center at 251 West St.

Every Saturday from 10 am-2 pm

Every Wednesday from 4 - 7 pm

 

 

10 - Rutland, Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce presents the Business Show 2015 sponsored by Rutland Regional Medical Center at the Holiday Inn, Route 7, 4-7:30 p.m., open to the public, exhibitors displaying products and services from the Rutland Region, $3 admission fee, door prizes and free parking, for more information call 773-2747.

 

17 - Rutland, The Chamber holds their March mixer at BROC-Community Action in Southwestern VT - 60 Center St., 5-7 p.m., door prizes, hors’doeuvres, 50/50 raffle and more, for more information call 773-2747.

 

18-22 – Castleton, Castleton Theater Arts presents Spring Awakening, The winner of 8 Tony Awards, including Best Musical - told by Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater through, “the most gorgeous Broadway score this decade”, March 18-21 at 7 pm, March 21 and 22 at 2 pm, Casella Theater, Tickets for this event are $12 for adults and $7 for faculty, staff and children under 12, and can be purchased through Castleton Tickets.

 

26 – Rutland, COLIN MOCHRIE & BRAD SHERWOOD: 2 MAN GROUP - Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood, stars of the Emmy nominated Who’s Line Is It Anyway? have teamed up to present an evening of extraordinary improvisational comedy, Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., 8 pm, TICKETS: $69.75, $59.75, 775-0903.

 

 

 

 

Rutland Winter Farmers Market at Vermont Farmers Food Center at 251 West St.

Every Saturday from 10 am-2 pm

Every Wednesday from 4 - 7 pm

 

8 – Castleton, San Jose Taiko - Taiko is the Japanese word for drum. San Jose Taiko brings an electric energy to the stage in an unforgettable performance, showcasing their rich repertoire in a 90-minute concert set with creative staging and lighting design. Audiences will be hard pressed to stay in their seats, at 7 pm, Casella Theater, Tickets for this event are $15 for adults, $12 for students and seniors, and $10 for children under 12, and can be purchased through Castleton Tickets.

 

10 – Rutland, The Peking Acrobats perform their breathtaking, gravity-defying showmanship at Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., 8 pm, TICKETS: $24.75-$34.75, 775-0903.

 

12 – Rutland, Celtic Thunder, the singing group from Ireland accompanied by the Celtic Concert Orchestra performs at the Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., 8 pm, TICKETS: $79.50-$99.50, 775-0903.

 

14 – Castleton, The Broadway Boys are a collection of the hottest male voices currently working on the New York stage. Through their dynamic vocal prowess and redefining arrangements, they add elements of Pop, Funk, Gospel, Jazz, and Folk to show tunes and classic pop songs, at 7 pm, Casella Theater, Tickets for this event are $15 for adults, $12 for students and seniors, and $10 for children under 12, and can be purchased through Castleton Tickets.

 

 

14 - Mendon, The Chamber holds their April mixer at Red Cover Inn - Mendon, 5-7 p.m., door prizes, hors’doeuvres, 50/50 raffle and more, for more information call 773-2747.

 

 

 

 

May - October - Rutland, Farmer's Market features fresh produce, Vermont products, baked goods and more direct from local farmers, Saturdays 9 a.m.- 2 p.m., Tuesdays 3 - 6 p.m., Downtown Rutland's Depot Park, for additional information call Judy at 802-773-4813.

June 25 – October 1 – West Rutland, Farmer's Market features fresh produce, Vermont products, baked goods and more direct from local farmers, held at the Town Hall Green (corner of Marble and Main Street) every Wednesday from 3:00-6:00pm, vendors call 802-438-2263.

June - October - Pittsford Farmers Market new location - the New England Maple Museum, 4578 US Route 7. This year we are accepting Farm-to-Family coupons to provide fresh produce to local families, every Saturday through October (weather permitting) 10 am - 2 pm., for information contact: Kelly at 483-6351.

May - October - Brandon Farmers Market, Fridays 9am-2pm, Central Park. You'll find seasonal vegetables and plants, honey, pure VT maple syrup, handcrafted jewelry, local mohair and alpaca products, handknit and crocheted items, baked goods, jams and jellies, local meats, and other handcrafted items.

June - October - Belmont, Mount Holly Farmer’s Market features Vermont-made and Vermont-grown products, fresh produce, baked goods, hand crafts, On the Belmont Village Green, Saturdays, 10am - 1 pm, rain or shine, 802-259-2322.

June - October – Poultney Vermont Farmers Market features Thursdays from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. featuring fresh fruits, veggies, plants, flowers and herbs. Local bakers with fabulous pies and treats, Vermont maple products and honey, homemade crafts, foods and much more. For more information contact 802-325-3205.

May – October - Wells Village Farmers Market – Saturdays, 9 am – 1 pm, Wells Country Store at the Wells Four Corner on Route 30, contact Helen Wood (802) 325-3478.

 

 

1 – Rutland, THE RAT PACK IS BACK, Relive the days of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Joey Bishop and Sammy Davis Jr. in this popular and entertaining Las Vegas tribute show, The Rat Pack is Back, at the Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., 7:30 pm, TICKETS: $35-$75, 775-0903.

 

9 – Rutland, CIRQUE MECHANICS: PEDAL PUNK - Pedal Punk is a steam punk experience that will charm you with its story and thrill you with its daring; a rowdy circus where the mischief is on wheels, Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., 8 pm, TICKETS: $29.75-$39.75, 775-0903.

 

 

12 - Rutland, The Chamber holds their May mixer at Lake Sunapee Bank, 100 Woodstock Ave., 5-7 p.m., door prizes, hors’doeuvres, 50/50 raffle and more, for more information call 773-2747.

 

16 – Rutland, The Rutland County Women’s Network hold “Walk A Mile in Her Shoes” event – more information coming

 

29 - Killington, Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce presents the 30th Annual Golf Classic at Green Mountain National Golf Course, Barrows-Towne Road, Route 100, Shotgun Start / Scramble format, 18 holes and banquet, The cost is only $99 per person and includes greens fees, cart rental, awards dinner, goody bags, a chance to win great door prizes, team prizes, trophies and a silent auction.

 

 

 

 

May - October - Rutland, Farmer's Market features fresh produce, Vermont products, baked goods and more direct from local farmers, Saturdays 9 a.m.- 2 p.m., Tuesdays 3 - 6 p.m., Downtown Rutland's Depot Park, for additional information call Judy at 802-773-4813.

June 25 – October 1 – West Rutland, Farmer's Market features fresh produce, Vermont products, baked goods and more direct from local farmers, held at the Town Hall Green (corner of Marble and Main Street) every Wednesday from 3:00-6:00pm, vendors call 802-438-2263.

June - October - Pittsford Farmers Market new location - the New England Maple Museum, 4578 US Route 7. This year we are accepting Farm-to-Family coupons to provide fresh produce to local families, every Saturday through October (weather permitting) 10 am - 2 pm., for information contact: Kelly at 483-6351.

May - October - Brandon Farmers Market, Fridays 9am-2pm, Central Park. You'll find seasonal vegetables and plants, honey, pure VT maple syrup, handcrafted jewelry, local mohair and alpaca products, handknit and crocheted items, baked goods, jams and jellies, local meats, and other handcrafted items.

June - October - Belmont, Mount Holly Farmer’s Market features Vermont-made and Vermont-grown products, fresh produce, baked goods, hand crafts, On the Belmont Village Green, Saturdays, 10am - 1 pm, rain or shine, 802-259-2322.

June - October – Poultney Vermont Farmers Market features Thursdays from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. featuring fresh fruits, veggies, plants, flowers and herbs. Local bakers with fabulous pies and treats, Vermont maple products and honey, homemade crafts, foods and much more. For more information contact 802-325-3205.

May – October - Wells Village Farmers Market – Saturdays, 9 am – 1 pm, Wells Country Store at the Wells Four Corner on Route 30, contact Helen Wood (802) 325-3478.

 

9 - Rutland, RRCC holds their June mixer at Vermont State Employees State Credit Union - 72 Seward Rd., 5-7 p.m., door prizes, hors’doeuvres, 50/50 raffle and more, for more information call 773-2747.

 

 

 

May - October - Rutland, Farmer's Market features fresh produce, Vermont products, baked goods and more direct from local farmers, Saturdays 9 a.m.- 2 p.m., Tuesdays 3 - 6 p.m., Downtown Rutland's Depot Park, for additional information call Judy at 802-773-4813.

June 25 – October 1 – West Rutland, Farmer's Market features fresh produce, Vermont products, baked goods and more direct from local farmers, held at the Town Hall Green (corner of Marble and Main Street) every Wednesday from 3:00-6:00pm, vendors call 802-438-2263.

June - October - Pittsford Farmers Market new location - the New England Maple Museum, 4578 US Route 7. This year we are accepting Farm-to-Family coupons to provide fresh produce to local families, every Saturday through October (weather permitting) 10 am - 2 pm., for information contact: Kelly at 483-6351.

May - October - Brandon Farmers Market, Fridays 9am-2pm, Central Park. You'll find seasonal vegetables and plants, honey, pure VT maple syrup, handcrafted jewelry, local mohair and alpaca products, handknit and crocheted items, baked goods, jams and jellies, local meats, and other handcrafted items.

June - October - Belmont, Mount Holly Farmer’s Market features Vermont-made and Vermont-grown products, fresh produce, baked goods, hand crafts, On the Belmont Village Green, Saturdays, 10am - 1 pm, rain or shine, 802-259-2322.

June - October – Poultney Vermont Farmers Market features Thursdays from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. featuring fresh fruits, veggies, plants, flowers and herbs. Local bakers with fabulous pies and treats, Vermont maple products and honey, homemade crafts, foods and much more. For more information contact 802-325-3205.

May – October - Wells Village Farmers Market – Saturdays, 9 am – 1 pm, Wells Country Store at the Wells Four Corner on Route 30, contact Helen Wood (802) 325-3478.

 

14 - Rutland, The Chamber holds their July mixer at Rutland Country Club - 275 Grove St., 5-7 p.m., door prizes, hors’doeuvres, 50/50 raffle and more, for more information call 773-2747.

 

 

 

May - October - Rutland, Farmer's Market features fresh produce, Vermont products, baked goods and more direct from local farmers, Saturdays 9 a.m.- 2 p.m., Tuesdays 3 - 6 p.m., Downtown Rutland's Depot Park, for additional information call Judy at 802-773-4813.

June 25 – October 1 – West Rutland, Farmer's Market features fresh produce, Vermont products, baked goods and more direct from local farmers, held at the Town Hall Green (corner of Marble and Main Street) every Wednesday from 3:00-6:00pm, vendors call 802-438-2263.

June - October - Pittsford Farmers Market new location - the New England Maple Museum, 4578 US Route 7. This year we are accepting Farm-to-Family coupons to provide fresh produce to local families, every Saturday through October (weather permitting) 10 am - 2 pm., for information contact: Kelly at 483-6351.

May - October - Brandon Farmers Market, Fridays 9am-2pm, Central Park. You'll find seasonal vegetables and plants, honey, pure VT maple syrup, handcrafted jewelry, local mohair and alpaca products, handknit and crocheted items, baked goods, jams and jellies, local meats, and other handcrafted items.

June - October - Belmont, Mount Holly Farmer’s Market features Vermont-made and Vermont-grown products, fresh produce, baked goods, hand crafts, On the Belmont Village Green, Saturdays, 10am - 1 pm, rain or shine, 802-259-2322.

June - October – Poultney Vermont Farmers Market features Thursdays from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. featuring fresh fruits, veggies, plants, flowers and herbs. Local bakers with fabulous pies and treats, Vermont maple products and honey, homemade crafts, foods and much more. For more information contact 802-325-3205.

May – October - Wells Village Farmers Market – Saturdays, 9 am – 1 pm, Wells Country Store at the Wells Four Corner on Route 30, contact Helen Wood (802) 325-3478.

 

11 - Rutland, The Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce holds the 34th Annual Winter in August Celebration sponsored by Rutland Herald, Street Party, 50 Merchants Row, Downtown Rutland, sample local restaurants’ specialties & vote for your favorite, 5-8 p.m., $10 admission, To participate as a vendor and for more information call 802-773-2747. Click here for more information.

 

18 - Rutland, The Chamber holds their August mixer at Credit Union of Vermont, 2 South Main St., 5-7 p.m., door prizes, hors’doeuvres, 50/50 raffle and more, for more information call 773-2747.

 

 

 

 

May - October - Rutland, Farmer's Market features fresh produce, Vermont products, baked goods and more direct from local farmers, Saturdays 9 a.m.- 2 p.m., Tuesdays 3 - 6 p.m., Downtown Rutland's Depot Park, for additional information call Judy at 802-773-4813.

June 25 – October 1 – West Rutland, Farmer's Market features fresh produce, Vermont products, baked goods and more direct from local farmers, held at the Town Hall Green (corner of Marble and Main Street) every Wednesday from 3:00-6:00pm, vendors call 802-438-2263.

June - October - Pittsford Farmers Market new location - the New England Maple Museum, 4578 US Route 7. This year we are accepting Farm-to-Family coupons to provide fresh produce to local families, every Saturday through October (weather permitting) 10 am - 2 pm., for information contact: Kelly at 483-6351.

May - October - Brandon Farmers Market, Fridays 9am-2pm, Central Park. You'll find seasonal vegetables and plants, honey, pure VT maple syrup, handcrafted jewelry, local mohair and alpaca products, handknit and crocheted items, baked goods, jams and jellies, local meats, and other handcrafted items.

June - October - Belmont, Mount Holly Farmer’s Market features Vermont-made and Vermont-grown products, fresh produce, baked goods, hand crafts, On the Belmont Village Green, Saturdays, 10am - 1 pm, rain or shine, 802-259-2322.

June - October – Poultney Vermont Farmers Market features Thursdays from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. featuring fresh fruits, veggies, plants, flowers and herbs. Local bakers with fabulous pies and treats, Vermont maple products and honey, homemade crafts, foods and much more. For more information contact 802-325-3205.

May – October - Wells Village Farmers Market – Saturdays, 9 am – 1 pm, Wells Country Store at the Wells Four Corner on Route 30, contact Helen Wood (802) 325-3478.

 

 

8 - Rutland, The Chamber holds their September mixer at Catamount Radio,The Opera House, Downtown, 5-7 p.m., door prizes, hors’doeuvres, 50/50 raffle and more, for more information call 773-2747.

 

12 - Rutland, 2015 Walk to End Alzheimer’s – Meet in Main St. Park, 7 Court Square, Registration at 9am | Ceremony at 10:00am | Walk at 10:30am, Route Length: 2 miles, more information to follow.

 

 

 

May - October - Rutland, Farmer's Market features fresh produce, Vermont products, baked goods and more direct from local farmers, Saturdays 9 a.m.- 2 p.m., Tuesdays 3 - 6 p.m., Downtown Rutland's Depot Park, for additional information call Judy at 802-773-4813.

June 25 – October 1 – West Rutland, Farmer's Market features fresh produce, Vermont products, baked goods and more direct from local farmers, held at the Town Hall Green (corner of Marble and Main Street) every Wednesday from 3:00-6:00pm, vendors call 802-438-2263.

June - October - Pittsford Farmers Market new location - the New England Maple Museum, 4578 US Route 7. This year we are accepting Farm-to-Family coupons to provide fresh produce to local families, every Saturday through October (weather permitting) 10 am - 2 pm., for information contact: Kelly at 483-6351.

May - October - Brandon Farmers Market, Fridays 9am-2pm, Central Park. You'll find seasonal vegetables and plants, honey, pure VT maple syrup, handcrafted jewelry, local mohair and alpaca products, handknit and crocheted items, baked goods, jams and jellies, local meats, and other handcrafted items.

June - October - Belmont, Mount Holly Farmer’s Market features Vermont-made and Vermont-grown products, fresh produce, baked goods, hand crafts, On the Belmont Village Green, Saturdays, 10am - 1 pm, rain or shine, 802-259-2322.

June - October – Poultney Vermont Farmers Market features Thursdays from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. featuring fresh fruits, veggies, plants, flowers and herbs. Local bakers with fabulous pies and treats, Vermont maple products and honey, homemade crafts, foods and much more. For more information contact 802-325-3205.

May – October - Wells Village Farmers Market – Saturdays, 9 am – 1 pm, Wells Country Store at the Wells Four Corner on Route 30, contact Helen Wood (802) 325-3478.

 

 

 

13 - Rutland, The Chamber holds their October mixer at ServPro - location to be determined, 5-7 p.m., door prizes, hors’doeuvres, 50/50 raffle and more, for more information call 773-2747.

 

 

 

Rutland Winter Farmers Market at Vermont Farmers Food Center at 251 West St.

Every Saturdays from 10 am-2 pm

Every Wednesday from 4 - 7 pm

 

10 - Rutland, The Chamber holds their November mixer at Stafford Technical Center - Stratton Road, 5-7 p.m., door prizes, hors’doeuvres, 50/50 raffle and more, for more information call 773-2747.

 

 

 

Rutland Winter Farmers Market at Vermont Farmers Food Center at 251 West St.

Every Saturdays from 10 am-2 pm

Every Wednesday from 4 - 7 pm

 

8 - Rutland, The Chamber holds their December mixer at Heritage Family Credit Union - 26 Allen Street , 5-7 p.m., door prizes, hors’doeuvres, 50/50 raffle and more, for more information call 773-2747.

 

 

 

 

 

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