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  • 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 ...

  • Vehicle stolen from Poultney residence

    Important Community Bulletins

    On July 10, at approximately 3:28 p.m., the Vermont State Police responded to a burglary complaint on Church St. in Poultney, Vt. The suspect(s) attempted several locations to enter the residence until they located an unsecu ...

  • The Feick Arts Center spring season: Inaugural student exhibits

    Local News

    The William Feick Arts Center at Green Mountain College proudly announces the first ever student solo exhibitions for the spring season. The Feick is setting the mark for becoming the region's hub of creativity and education ...

  • News briefs from the Lakes Region 2.9

    Local News

    Town Meeting issues CASTLETON-The upcoming Castleton town meeting asks voters to approve a $2 million bond to construct a new town building complex with a meeting room large enough to hold voting, and including town clerk, ...

  • News briefs from the Lakes region 1.26

    Local News

    POULTNEY NEWS POULTNEY- Tori Greenough's art is on display in the Poultney High library until middle February. Congrats to Nicole Bogucki for being awarded the 2012-2013 Comcast Leaders and Achievers® Scholarship. The one- ...

  • Bone Building Class

    Poultney - Young at Heart Senior Center has Free Bone Building Class Tues & Thurs, 9:30-10:30 a.m. 287-9200.

  • Christmas shop and enjoy leisurely lunch

    Cool Things Happening

    Saturday, Nov. 19 at 9 a.m. - POULTNEY - Sylvia's Circle has been busy creating items for a Christmas Bazaar and a luncheon. Both will be held at the Methodist Church, 108 Main Street in Poultney on Saturday, November 19th. ...

  • George Jones Lecture Series

    Presented during 2011 through a cooperative effort from the United Baptist Church of Poultney, Inc., the Poultney Historical Society, and the EducationWorks, LLC. George Jones was born in Poultney on August 16, 1811. The Lec ...

  • Poultney Farmers Market

    on Main St., 9am-2pm.

  • Welsh Harvest Festival

    Join GMC's Cerridwen Farm for the annual Welsh Harvest Festival! Schedule: 10-11:30 a.m. - Scarecrow Making Contest; 10-2 p.m. - Tradition Welsh Games, Scavenger Hunt Contest; 10-4 p.m. - Face Painting, Cider Making, Wagon R ...

  • Poultney Town Wide Yard Sale

    Til 4pm, rain or shine. Sponsored by Poultney Area Chamber of Commerce. 65+ Main Street vendors!

  • East Poultney Day

    On the East Poultney Green. Celebrate Poultney's history & 250th birthday! Juried vendors sell crafts and folk arts, antiques and collectibles, maple syrup, jams, herbal soaps, vintage linen, handmade pottery and jewelry ...

  • Shakespeare on Main Street

    July 29, 30, 31 & Aug 5 & 6 at 7 pm. Matinee on Aug 7 - 2 pm will be performing "Romeo &Juliet" July 30, 31, - 2 pm and Aug 4 - 7pm they will be performing "As You Like It." Outdoor performances will be on St. Ra ...

  • Poker Run

    Southwest Freedom Riders host Annual Peaches 'n Cream Ladies Lead Poker Run. Sign-In 9-10:30 a.m. at Shaw's Supermarket, Poultney. $10/person. Proceeds benefit the Ladies First of Vt Program for Breast Cancer Awareness. All ...

  • Poultney Flea Market

    Youth Flea Market, all day event by kids of Poultney. 287-9751.

  • Poultney Band Concert

    July 10 - Poultney. Band Concerts on the Green, 7pm, Sundays in July. Visitors welcome! 287-5185.

  • Poultney 4th of July Celebration

    Parade starts E. Poultney, fireworks at dusk. Activities for whole family. 287-2010.

  • Poultney 5K

    Devlin 5K fun run at Green Mtn College. 287-2010.

  • Poultney Concerts

    Band Concerts on the Green. Sundays in July. Visitors welcome! 287-5185.

  • Vermont Towns Celebrate 250 Years

    Vermont has a rich history in the Colonial American era. This comes to light strongly as numerous towns in our region celebrate their 250th Birthdays. As an "inland" state with somewhat forbidding geography, Vermont was not ...