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National Wear Red Day
Friday, Feb. 1
Mountain Top Inn & Resort joins American Heart Assn. help raise awareness of heart disease as #1 killer of women. Wear red (or a "Go Red Pin")in support, and receive a free Nordic Ski & Snowshoe trail pass. Groomed trails, great for all levels. Rentals available. 483-6089.

Killington Winter Pride

Feb. 1-3, 3-day line-up of on-snow activities, Pride parties, and live entertainment. G.N.A.R. (Gay Network Alliance of Riders) and RU12? Community Center partner, to promote wellness, diversity, social engagement, winter sports, and pride. Feb. 1: Welcome dinner with opening VIP Cocktail Party & live music, 7 p.m. at Santa Fe Steakhouse. White OUT Dance Party, 9 p.m. at Wobbly Barn. Feb. 2: Pride Slide downhill parade & costume contest 2-5 p.m. at Killington's Snowshed Lodge. Wham Bam Rainbow Jam, 10 p.m. at Outback Pizza & Tabu Nightclub. Feb. 3: Farewell brunch at Wally's American Grill. Info and registration at gnarwinterpride.com.

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Bill McKibben on Climate Change
Wednesday, Feb. 6 at 7 p.m.
Author and environmentalist Bill McKibben gives an update on how both the science and politics of global climate change are unfolding in a talk at Rutland Free Library. His talk, "McKibben on Climate Change," is part of the Vermont Humanities Council's First Wednesdays lecture series. Free, open to public. 773-1860.