- May rainbows »
Tao Smith, head of Killington Mountain School, catches a large rainbow trout in a local stream. (Photo Submitted)
- Billings Farm & Museum features sheep shearing and herding over Memorial weekend »
Saturday & Sunday, May 26-27—WOODSTOCK—Billings Farm & Museum, gateway to Vermont’s rural heritage, will feature sheep shearing and herding on Saturday and Sunday, May 26-27, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. This event showcases herdsman Jim McRae’s team of border collies herding sheep in the farm fields during narrated programs at 11:30…
- Killington Stage Race returns, spanning two decades of biking »
Photo by Jerry LeBlond
Courtesy of Killington EDT
May 26-28—KILLINGTON—The Killington region welcomes back the 22nd edition of the legendary New England Stage Race, which started back in 1987. For 2018, the race will have eight stage race categories and three days…
- Jesse Colin Young Band makes visit to Woodstock Town Hall »
Friday, May 25, 7:30 p.m.—WOODSTOCK—Pentangle presents Jesse Colin Young Band at Woodstock Town Hall Theatre Friday, May 25 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $50 reserved, or $45 for Pentangle members.
For 50 years Jesse Colin Young has been singing songs about peace, relationships and the…
- Devil’s Bowl Speedway opens for the season, Sunday Full-time dirt track racing returns »
Sunday, May 27—WEST HAVEN—Vermont’s Devil’s Bowl Speedway is set to begin its season of stock car racing, with a mix of 19 weekly and special events. The Rutland County track, in its 52nd season, will return to full-time dirt racing on a half-mile surface for the first…
Arts, Dining & Entertainment
Saturday & Sunday, May 26-27—VERMONT—Bright yellow signs compete with a multitude of greens along Vermont’s roads enticing visitors to the studios of craftspeople and other artists across Vermont during the 2018 Spring Open Studio Weekend taking place May 26-27, over Memorial Day weekend.
RUTLAND—On Monday, April 16, the Castleton University women’s hockey team presented the physicians and staff at Rutland Regional Medical Center’s Foley Cancer Center with a giant pink check representing proceeds raised from the 10th Anniversary Pink the Rink event to benefit the RRMC breast care...
PAWLET—Edgar Cleveland, a lifelong resident of Pawlet, has declared his candidacy for the House of Representatives for the Rutland-Bennington District. Cleveland, 67, is campaigning to represent the towns of Middletown Springs, Pawlet, Rupert, Tinmouth and Wells.
“There is a need for change in Montpelier,” said...
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