Community Calendar

All listings subject to state regulations and some are weather permitting, so please call ahead. Did we miss an event? Let us know by emailing events@mountaintimes.info!

Wednesday,
May 22, 2024

RSVP Bone Builders
9-10 a.m. Wednesdays. Godnick Adult Center, 1 Deer St., Rutland. Free. Full, waitlisted. Contact Retired Senior Volunteers (RSVP) at 802-774-8680 for a callback.

S.E.A.T. Exercises
9-10 a.m. Wednesdays. Godnick Adult Center, 1 Deer St., Rutland. $6 per individual class or $5 per class when paying for the whole month upfront. A brand-new, chair-based full body workout led by Melissa Cox, ACSM-GEL. rutlandrec.com/godnick or 802-773-1853

Killington Active Seniors Lunch
11:30a.m. Wednesdays. Lookout Tavern, 2910 Killington Rd., Killing ton. $5 donation towards the meal, tip is covered by local donors. 908-783-1050.

Honoring Ernie and Willa Royal —Sculpture Unveiling
Noon. 89 Merchants Row, Rutland. The 12th monument on the Rutland Sculpture Trail will honor late Rutland restaurateur Ernie Royal and his wife Willa, created by Amanda Sisk and Don Ramey, funded by various organizations. rutlandsculpturetrail.com.

Cribbage for Adults
3-5p.m. Wednesdays. Hartland Public Library, 135 Route 5, Hartland. Free. hartlandlibraryvt.org/calendar or 802-436-2473

Bone Builders
3:30-4:30 p.m. Wednesdays. Chaffee Art Center, 16 So. Main St., Rutland. Free. Improve balance and enhance energy and wellbeing. chaffeeartcenter.org

Ballroom Dance with Patti Panebianco
Wednesdays. Stone Valley Arts, 145 E. Main St., Poultney. 6-6:50p.m. Waltz for adults. 7-7:50 p.m. Cha-cha for adults. For details and cost, contact Patti Panebianco at 516-909-1686 or email at pattipdance@gmail.com stonevalleyarts.org

OVRCC May Mixer
5-7 p.m. Chester Hardware & Mercantile, 21 Main St., Chester. Free Join the May Mixer to support the regional business community and connect with one another. Check out Chester Hardware & Mercantile and witness the unveiling of their recent renovations. Refreshments and delicious snacks will be provided. It’s a great time to chat with friends, colleagues, and meet members in the region. Join in the fun. RSVP at okemoareachamber.com.

Acoustic Jam Session
6:30 p.m. Artistree Community Arts Center, 2095 Pomfret Rd., South Pomfret. Here’s a chance to play with other musicians. Bring your instrument and a few songs to play. We go in a circle and everyone gets a chance to call the tune (and a key!) and all of us join in the playing and singing. This is not an open mic – all acoustic and all group participation. Come down and give it a try. artistreevt.org/special-events

Lisa Mase: The Culinary Pharmacy
6:30 p.m. Phoenix Books, 2 Center St., Downtown Rutland. Free. Showing how to simplify your eating to cultivate wellness, this engaging and comprehensive guide to the culinary pharmacy provides all the knowledge and tools necessary to help you make your food your medicine. phoenixbooks.biz or 802-855-8078

Pet Portrait Painting
6:45-8 p.m. Chaffee Art Center, 16 So. Main St., Rutland. chaffeeartcenter.org

Thursday,
May 24, 2024

Art at the Chaffee: Artery
10:30 a.m.-Noon. Thursdays. Chaffee Art Center, 16 So. Main St., Rutland. Fee: $10 if you bring your own supplies, up to $20 if supplies provided. Painting in all mediums welcome. No set topic or instructor. Pre Register at chaffeeartcenter.org

Essentrics Strength and Strength
9-10 a.m. Thursdays. Stone Valley Arts, 145 E. Main St., Poultney. $10. No-weights, low impact workout combines principles from ballet, tai chi, and physiotherapy to restore flexibility and balance. Bring a mat and water. stonevalleyarts.org

Bone Builders
9 a.m. Thursdays. Gilbert Hart Library, 14 S. Main St., Wallingford. 802-446-2685

Advanced Line Dance
9:30-10:30 a.m. Thursdays. Godnick Adult Center, 1 Deer St., Rutland. rutlandrec.com/godnick or 802-773-1853

Senior Bone Builders
10 a.m. Thursdays. Sherburne Memorial Library, 2998 River Rd., Killington. Free. Weights are provided. sherburnelibrary.org or 802-422-4323

Survivors Support Group
10 a.m.-Noon. Thursdays. Godnick Adult Center, 1 Deer St., Rutland. Free. Fliers available at the Godnick Center or call 802-775-3232. rutlandrec.com/godnick or 802-775-1853.

Ukulele Group
Noon-1p.m. Thursdays. Chaffee Art Center, 16 So. Main St., Rutland. Free. Ages 12+. Pre-register the Wednesday before. 802-775-0356 or chaffeeartcenter.org

Play Bridge!
2-4 p.m. Thursdays. Norman Williams Public Library, 10 The Green, Woodstock. Free. Beginners are welcome to observe. normanwilliams.org or 802-457-2295

S.T.E.A.M. Thursdays
3-4 p.m. Thursdays. Hartland Public Library, 153 Route 5, Hartland. Free. Join us for S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) craft activities. Something different every week! kids@hartlandlibrary.org/calendar or 802-436-2473

Yoga with Kelly
3:45-4:45p.m. Thursdays. Rutland Free Library, 1 0 Court St., Rutland. Free. rutlandfree.org or 802-773-1860

Board Game Night
5 p.m. Thursdays. Hartland Public Library, 153 Route 5, Hartland. Free. hartlandlibrary.org/calendar or 802-436-2473

Pour Painting for Adult
6-8 p.m. Chaffee Art Center, 16 So. Main St., Rutland. $40, includes all supplies. Instructor: Lorrie Amerio Maniery. chaffeeartcenter.org or 802-775-0356

Open Mic Night at Artistree
7 p.m. Alternating Thursdays. Artistree Community Arts Center, 2095 Pomfret Rd., South Pomfret. Free. Join our relaxed, supportive, and fun atmosphere and show off your musical stuff! All levels and abilities are welcome to participate in the open mic experience. artistreevt.org/special-events

‘The Goonies’
7:30pm-9:30pm. Woodstock Town Hall Theatre, 31 The Green, Woodstock. Adults, $10. Seniors, $9. Kids and members, $8. When their homes are set to be destroyed to make way for a country club, a group of kids hatch a harebrained scheme to follow a treasure map to find buried riches and have the adventure of a lifetime. pentangle-arts.square.site/movie-tickets

Friday,
May 25, 2024

MEMORIAL DAY PARADES

  • Castleton Memorial Day Parade
    Saturday, May 25
    10 a.m. Lineup starts at 9 a.m. All area fire departments, classic cars, tractors, youth groups, businesses, parade floats, and anyone else that would like to participate are invited to participate. All parade participants are invited to a free lunch at Castleton American Legion after the parade. For more info call 802-989-3760 or email jtester2663@gmail.com
  • Fair Haven Memorial Day Parade
    Saturday, May 25
    12:50 p.m. ceremony at the flag. The parade steps off… Cash prices for the best floats Looking for antique or cool cars. We have a helicopter landing near the park for the kids to go through and we have a fife and drum band this year. For time and details, visit: facebook.com/FairHavenPost49
  • Woodstock Memorial Day Weekend Parade
    Saturday, May 25
    10:30 a.m. Woodstock Village, Route 4. Contact: Woodstock Area Chamber of Commerce, Phone: 802-457-3555, woodstockvt.com

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Total Archery Challenge
6:15 a.m.-4 p.m. Pico Mtn. Resort, 73 Alpine Dr., Mendon. Total Archery Challenge is coming to Killington/Pico for three days and is bringing you the greatest outdoor 3D archery experience in the nation. We work hard to provide a fun, family-friendly environment where everyone can enjoy the great sport of archery. For pre-registration and further information visit: totalarcherychallenge.com/events/killington-pico-vt/

Woodstock Sidewalk Sale Days
9:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Downtown Woodstock. Great sales, good food, and fun for all! woodstockvt.com

State Historic Sites Opening Day
10a.m. Sites and admissions vary. Join us at the State Historic Sites as we reopen for the 2024 season! Sites reopening include: Bennington Battle Monument, President Calvin Coolidge, President Chester Arthur, Chimney Point, Hubbardton Battlefield, Senator Justin S. Morrill, and Mount Independence. For details on hours and admissions at each site visit: historicsites.vermont.gov

Storytime at the Library
10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Fridays. Sherburne Memorial Library, 2998 River Rd., Killington. Free. sherburnelibrary.org

Yoga & Meditation
10:30-11:30 a.m. Fridays. Godnick Adult Center, 1 Deer St., Rutland. rutlandrec.com/godnick or 802-773-1853

Bone Builders
11 a.m.-Noon. Fridays. Chaffee Art Center, 16 So. Main St., Rutland. Free. chaffeeartcenter.org or 802-775-0356

Fridays at The MINT Downtown: Mosaic Stemware
5-8p.m. MINT Downtown, 72 Merchants Row, Rutland. $50. In this class we will create a mosaic design on the base of a glass or mug. You will learn how to lay out, adhere and complete a micro mosaic. All materials will be provided. This is a BYOB event. Some light complimentary snacks will be available. Instructor: Jennifer Judkins. rutlandmint.org

Acoustic Harmony Concert
7 p.m. Woodstock Town Hall, 31 The Green, Woodstock. Adults $20, children $10. Come see the North Country Chordsmen and VoxStars ACapella Groups for an evening of song. Doors open at 7:00p.m.; concert will begin at 7:30p.m. pentanglearts.org/acoustic-harmony/

Literary Open Mic
7-9 p.m. Stone Valley Arts, 145 E. Main St., Poultney. Free, open to the public. Poets, Storytellers, Spoken Word Artists, Writers in all genres are invited to perform their own original work, poems, slam pieces, classics, “minutes” or favorite literary works. Serials and/or excerpts of longer works of fiction and other genres are also appreciated. Moth-style (first-person true stories) are always a hit, as are folk tales and other stories. Musicians and singer-songwriters are also welcome. Performers can RSVP via email to reserve a spot (stonevalleyartscenter@gmail.com), or a sign-up sheet will be available on arrival for performers. Hosted by David Mook and other guests. Contact David to save your spot and to double-check the next date and location. davidmook@aol.com or 802-884-8052

WRJollywood Shorts
8:15-9:30 p.m. Ratcliffe Park, 75 Latham Works Lane, White River Junction. Rain location: JAM, 5 S. Main St., White River Junction. Free. We’ll unveil our outdoor screen and play seven eclectic shorts by local filmmakers. Bring blankets, lawn chairs, and bug spray! Parking is limited at Ratcliffe Park so please walk or carpool if possible. uvjam.org/event/wrjollywood-shorts/

Saturday,
May 26, 2024

MEMORIAL DAY PARADES

  • Middletown Springs 55th Annual Memorial Day Parade
    Sunday, May 26
    3 p.m. VT-133, Middletown Springs. Honoring those who have given the ultimate sacrifice. This year’s theme is “Say Their Name!!!” Parade line-up is at 2 p.m., parade rolls at 3 p.m. and the ceremony follows immediately after the conclusion of the parade.
  • Orwell Memorial Day Parade
    Sunday, May 26
    1:30 p.m.Orwell Village, Route 73. Don’t miss our classic Memorial Day parade (always held the day BEFORE Memorial Day) on Sunday, May 26. The parade features classic cars & tractors, bands, local veterans and more. Info: local.aarp.org/event/orwell-memorial-day-parade-2024-05-26-orwell-vt.html

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Total Archery Challenge
6:15 a.m.-4 p.m. Pico Mtn. Resort, 73 Alpine Dr., Mendon. Total Archery Challenge is coming to Killington/Pico for three days and is bringing you the greatest outdoor 3D archery experience in the nation. We work hard to provide a fun, family-friendly environment where everyone can enjoy the great sport of archery. For pre-registration and further information visit: totalarcherychallenge.com/events/killington-pico-vt/

Woodstock Garden Club Plant Sale
8 a.m.-1 p.m. Norman Williams Public Library, 10 The Green, Woodstock. Stock up on your plants for the summer and get your gardens in gear with hanging baskets, herbs, annuals and more. Also, hotdogs, drinks, savories and sweets to enjoy from The Country Kitchen. woodstockvt.com

Killington Stage Race – Stage 1
8:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Skyeship Lodge, 7428 US-4, Killington. Free for spectators. After a one year hiatus, the Killington region is pleased to bring you the 25th edition of this legendary New England stage race which started back in 1987. Stage 1 is a thrilling circuit race that will take racers by President Calvin Coolidge’s birthplace and “Vermont summer White House.” For full race information, head to killingtonstagerace.com. Online registration closes on Tuesday, May 22 at 8a.m.

Vermont Outdoor Farmer’s Market
9 a.m-2 p.m. Saturdays. Depot Park, downtown Rutland. Free. One of the largest farmers markets in the state and the first to operate year-round. vermontfarmersmarket.org

Woodstock Sidewalk Sale Days
9:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Downtown Woodstock. Great sales, good food, and fun for all! woodstockvt.com

Forest Fairy Hunts
10 a.m.-2 p.m. VINS, 149 Natures Way, Quechee. Included with admission. Adults $19.50, children (4-17) $16.50. Join the Fairy Court to help search the forest for our hidden fairy friends in a scavenger hunt adventure! Forest Fairy hunts offer children and their families a unique opportunity to learn about and connect with the natural world and to nurture respect for the environment. After the hunt get hands on in nature by using natural materials to build your very own fairy house. Wearing wings is encouraged! Recommended for ages 4+. info@vinsweb.org or 802-359-5000

Spring Open Studio Weekend
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Brandon Artists Guild, 7 Center St., Brandon. Artists all over the state open their work spaces to share their talents, tools, and inspirations. Whether in small towns or at the ends of back roads, studios are interesting places to visit because they reflect the dynamic yet organized process used to design and produce a finished work of art. Small galleries, and art centers that take part in this event, show a unique collection of hand made and local artwork, including special events and exhibits. There are lots of resources for planning your tour. To see all artist sites and read more about OSW, you will find maps with suggested driving loops and directions here: vermontcrafts.com/open-studio-weekend/. You can also find maps at the Brandon Artists Guild, and at any artist studio.

Lego Club
10-11 a.m. Saturdays. Gilbert Hart Library, 14 S. Main St., Wallingford. 802-446-2685

Family Sheep and Wool Weekend
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Billings Farm and Museum, 69 Old River Road, Woodstock. Adults $19, children (3-15) $12, seniors (62+) $16. See live demonstrations and experience the processes that transform raw wool to beautiful fiber products. billingsfarm.org/events or 802-457-2355

Woodstock Memorial Day Parade
10:30-11 a.m. The Green, Woodstock. Woodstock’s Memorial Day Parade is a beautiful tribute to honor and mourn those who have served for our country. Woodstock’s annual parade highlights the locals who have fought for our freedom. woodstockvt.com

Green Mountain Music
11a.m.-2:15 p.m. Fox Room, Rutland Free Library, 10 Court St., Rutland. Potluck. rutlandfree.org or 802-773-1860

Rutland Railway Museum & Model Club
11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturdays. 79 Depot Lane, Center Rutland. Free. Maintained by the Rutland Railway Assoc. Inc., the historic depot is now a museum that houses an operating HO scale model railroad set up and displays hundreds of rare or antique model trains, photographs, signs, and memorabilia saved from an earlier time, including the former Rutland Railroad Caboose #45. rutlandrailway.org

Sherlock Bones at the Library
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Hartland Public Library, 153 Route 5, Hartland. Free. Come read to Sherlock Bones! He’s a certified therapy dog who loves reading with kids of all ages. He has some favorite books or you can pick one of your favorites to share with him. hartlandlibraryvt.org or 802-436-2473

Art at the Chaffee: Drop N’ Paint
Noon-2 p.m. Saturdays. Chaffee Art Center, 16 So. Main St., Rutland. $25 per person, instructor help optional with a fee. All ages. Supplies and images to paint are provided. Must pre register by Friday noon at: chaffeeartcenter.org or 802-775-0356.

Crawfish Boil at the Village Inn
1-5 p.m. Village Inn of Woodstock, 41 Pleasant St., Woodstock. Prepared by Crawfish Boil veterans. All you can eat crawfish, corn on the cob, sausage, artichokes, mushrooms, as well as beans ‘n rice. We’re flying in 100 lbs. of Louisiana crawfish! Only Crawfish boil in Woodstock (that we know of). Tavern open until 8 pm. villageinnofwoodstock.com or 802-457-1255.

DNA Motorsports May Mania
3 p.m. Vermont State Fairgrounds, 175 S. Main St., Rutland. General Admission $12, General Admission Chairs “Trackside” $18+taxes/fees. Children under 5 are free. DNA Motorsports May Mania State Championship Demolition Derby Diamonds and More. paramountvt.org/event/dna-motorsports-may-mania-2/

Red Carpet Rhythms
4 p.m. Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., Rutland. Orchestra/Loge $30, Balcony $25+ taxes/fees. Miss Lorraine’s School of Dance presents our 2024 recital, Red Carpet Rhythms. For tickets: paramountvt.org/event/mlsd-presents-red-carpet-rhythms/

Sunday,
May 27, 2024

MEMORIAL DAY PARADES

  • West Rutland Memorial Day Parade
    Monday, May 27
    10 a.m. Honoring our veterans and celebrating our community. Marching bands, antique cars, bike parade, community organizations.Followed with a program and free chicken barbeque at West Rutland American Legion Post.
    Parade route: Begin at Noonan’s parking lot, north on Clarendon Ave., West on Main St. to Marble St., Marble St. to Barnes St., Barnes to Cemeteries, east on Main St. to Clarendon Ave., ending at Noonan’s. westrutlandvt.org
  • Brandon Memorial Day Parade
    Monday, May 27
    10 a.m. Central Park, Brandon Village. Last Monday in May. A small parade, a few speeches and a 100+ year old tradition of 1st- grade girls placing flowers at the base of the Civil War Monument. brandon.org
  • Pittsford Memorial Day Parade
    Monday, May 27
    10 a.m. For detailed information, parade route, itinerary and more, visit: townofpittsford.org
  • Proctor Memorial Day Parade
    Monday, May 27
    10 a.m. Line up for the Memorial Day Parade is 9:30 a.m. on Route 3 south of the village by the Riverside Cemetery. Bike riders at LaFond’s. The Program will take place at the gazebo upon completion of the parade.
  • Wallingford Memorial Day Service and Parade
    Monday, May 27
    10 a.m. Maple Street Family Dollar. Parade continues down South Main St. to the Green Hill Cemetery south of the village. Following the parade, the Legion and Mill River Band will conduct a ceremony at the cemetery. Call town administrator 802-446-2872 for other details.
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Total Archery Challenge
6:15a.m.-4p.m. Pico Mtn. Resort, 73 Alpine Dr., Mendon. Total Archery Challenge is coming to Killington/Pico for three days and is bringing you the greatest outdoor 3D archery experience in the nation. We work hard to provide a fun, family-friendly environment where everyone can enjoy the great sport of archery. For pre-registration and further information visit: totalarcherychallenge.com/events/killington-pico-vt/

2024 Annual Cavendish Bird Walk
7:30 a.m. 731 Stevens Road, Cavendish. The Cavendish Community and Conservation Association will host its 2024 annual Cavendish Bird Walk with Marianne and Michael Walsh of the Ascutney Audubon Society. Bring binoculars and wear good shoes and long pants for tick prevention. RSVP to Robin Timko at 802-259-2327. For more precise directions contact Julia at 802-522-2675. Email: CavendishCommunityConservation@gmail.com

Killington Stage Race – Stage 2
8:30-9:30 a.m. Skyship Lodge, 7428 US-4, Killington. Free for spectators. After a one year hiatus, the Killington region is pleased to bring you the 25th edition of this legendary New England stage race which started back in 1987. Stage 2 is a classic and challenging hilly road race with a 5.5-mile, 1550 foot climb to the finish. For full race information, head to killingtonstagerace.com. Online registration closes on Tuesday, May 22nd at 8a.m.

Pittsford Historical Society Plant Sale
9 a.m.-2 p.m. Maclure Library, 840 Arch St., Pittsford. contact@maclurelibrary.org

Spring Open Studio Weekend
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Brandon Artists Guild, 7 Center St., Brandon. Artists all over the state open their work spaces to share their talents, tools, and inspirations. Whether in small towns or at the ends of back roads, studios are interesting places to visit because they reflect the dynamic yet organized process used to design and produce a finished work of art. Small galleries, and art centers that take part in this event, show a unique collection of hand made and local artwork, including special events and exhibits. There are lots of resources for planning your tour. To see all artist sites and read more about OSW, you will find maps with suggested driving loops and directions here: vermontcrafts.com/open-studio-weekend/. You can also find maps at the Brandon Artists Guild, and at any artist studio.

Family Sheep and Wool Weekend
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Billings Farm and Museum, 69 Old River Road, Woodstock. Adults $19, children (3-15) $12, seniors (62+) $16. See live demonstrations and experience the processes that transform raw wool to beautiful fiber products. billingsfarm.org/events or 802-457-2355

Monday,
May 28, 2024

Killington Stage Race – Stage 3
8:15 a.m. Skyeship Lodge, 7428 US-4, Killington. Free
for spectators. After a one year hiatus, the Killington region is pleased to bring you the 25th edition of this legendary New England stage race which started back in 1987. Stage 3 provides a rare long ITT (individual time trial) over 11 miles which has made for some thrillingly close final battles. For full race information, head to killingtonstagerace.com. Online registration closes on Tuesday, May 22nd at 8a.m.

Senior Bone Builders
10 a.m. Mondays. Sherburne Memorial Library, 2998 River Road, Killington. Free. Weights are provided. sherburnelibrary.org or 802-422-9765

Live Broadcast — West Rutland Memorial Day Parade on PEGTV
10 a.m. Watch on PEGTV.com. Comcast Channel 1075. Weather permitting. pegtv.com/802-747-0151

Book Sale
10 a.m.-3 p.m. Mount Holly Town Library, 26 Maple Hill Road., Belmont. mounthollylibrary@gmail.com or 802-259-3707

Community Lunch
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Mondays. Godnick Adult Center, 1 Deer St., Rutland. Over 60, $3.50. Under 60, $6. Donations welcome. In partnership with the Southwestern Vermont Council on Aging and Meals on Wheels, the Godnick Center hosts congregate meals. Make new friends, connect with pals. Call 802-773-1853 and leave a message with your name and phone number the Thursday before. See rutlandrec.com/godnick for the menu.

Memorial Day at the Hubbardton Battlefield
Noon. Hubbardton Battlefield, 5696 Monument Hill Road., Hubbardton. Free; admission required to enter museum. At noon the battlefield flags will be raised to full-mast and tribute paid at the battle monument to the soldiers of Hubbardton. historicsites.vermont.gov

Monday Movie
1 p.m. Sherburne Memorial Library, 2998 River Road., Killington. Free. Contact the library for the title. sherburnelibrary.org/movie-monday or 802-422-9765

Tuesday,
May 29, 2024

Spring Bird Walks
7:30-10:30 a.m. Tuesdays. Free. Join Slate Valley Trails and the Rutland County Audubon Society for weekly slow-paced (3-4 miles, 3-4 hours) bird & wildflower hike in the Poultney area, Tuesdays at 7:30 a.m. All are welcome. No worries if you can’t identify many birds. There will be friendly birders in the group who will happily share their knowledge with you. Bring water and a snack (and insect repellent if you use it),binoculars, cameras, field guides, if you have them. There is usually an opportunity to cut the walk short if you need to leave early. The walks are at a slow pace with lots of opportunities for observing and photographing. Contact Joel Tilley: jptilley50@gmail.com. Locations will change each week.

Bone Builders
9 a.m. Tuesdays. Gilbert Hart Library, 14 S. Main St., Wallingford. 802-446-2685

Line Dance for Beginners
9:30-10:30 a.m. Tuesdays. Godnick Adult Center, 1 Deer St., Rutland. Line dance basics taught by Sharon McKee. No partner or experience needed. Call 802-773-1853 for cost and to sign up. rutlandrec.com/godnick

Bridge Club
Noon-4:30 p.m. Tuesdays. Godnick Adult Center, 1 Deer St., Rutland. Free. rutlandrec.com/godnick

Senior Volunteers
1-3 p.m. Tuesdays. Sherburne Memorial Library, 2998 River Road, Killington. sherburnelibrary.org or  802-422-4323

Bridge Club
2-4 p.m. Tuesdays. Hartland Public Library, 150 US-5, Hartland. Free. All levels welcome. Want to learn? Contact Toni at 802-436-2943 or email tonidave@vermontel.net

Chess Club
4-6 p.m. Tuesdays. Godnick Adult Center, 1 Deer St., Rutland. Free. Whether you have been playing for years or are new. If possible, bring your own chess set; some sets will be available. Contact club organizer Gregory Weller at gawchess802@gmail.com

Play Chess, Backgammon!
5-7 p.m. Tuesdays. Norman Public Library, 10 The Green, Woodstock. Free. All skill levels are welcome and coaching is available. Bring your own set or use one of ours. normanwilliams.org or 802-457-2295

Intro to 3D Printing – 1st session
6-8 p.m. The MINT, 112 Quality Lane, Rutland. Members $15, non-members $25. This is a beginner-friendly class; instruction will be provided on safety, finding files to print, use of slicing software, printing setup, and washing/curing prints. We will learn how to prepare an object to be printed during the first session. We will print, clean, and cure the object in the second session. Participants need to bring a USB. Instructor: Claudius Stute. claudius@rutlandmint.org. To register: rutlandmint.org/event-5706250/Registration

STOMP
7:30–9:30 p.m. Paramount Theatre, 30 Center St., Rutland. $35-$55 + taxes/fees. STOMP is explosive, inventive, provocative, witty, and utterly unique percussion group—an unforgettable experience for audiences of all ages.The international percussion sensation has garnered armfuls of awards and rave reviews and has appeared on numerous national television shows. paramountvt.org