Lori LaPenna has opened Downtown Gentlemen’s Salon in Downtown Rutland. The salon specializing in a full spectrum of cuts, from skin fades, flat tops, trendy cuts to a good old fashioned regular cuts and more in a great atmosphere. The salon is open: Monday 7-5; Tuesday 8-6; Wednesday 9-7; Thursday 8-8; Friday 8-6 and Saturday […]
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Juice Amour has opened in Downtown Rutland offering a great new option for everyone. At Juice Amour they believe that healthful food should taste delicious, look beautiful, help you feel amazing, and be sustainable. The incredible benefits of raw, organic food is well documented and they are so proud and happy to be able to […]
Join us for a meet and greet and book signing with Megan Price, the author of the phenomenally popular Vermont Wild series featuring tales from our state’s fish and game wardens. Come in and have Megan personalize a copy of the new Vermont Wild Volume #5 for the hunter or wildlife-watcher in your life.
College of St. Joseph is celebrating Giving Tuesday by giving back to our community.
CSJ’s Provider Scholarship Program is hosting Share the Warmth, a cold-weather clothing drive. We will be collecting new and gently-used coats, hats, mittens, boots and more for individuals of all ages at the NewStory Center (formerly known as the Rutland County Women’s Network & Shelter).
There will be two convenient locations for drop-offs:
College of St. Joseph’s Tuttle Hall (71 Clement Road, Rutland)
and the Downtown Rutland Partnership (48 Merchants Row, Rutland – next to the Chamber of Commerce)
Donations will be accepted from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at both locations.
For more information on the clothing drive, or to find out how you can support CSJ this Giving Tuesday, visit www.csj.edu/givingtuesday
There’s so much to do during the World Cup Weekend in the Killington Valley….. Join us in Rutland for great activities, indoors and out, great restaurants, shopping and lodging. Visit: RutlandVermont.com for additional events; restaurants and lodging. Additional resources: Killington Pico Area Association Downtown Rutland Partnership
Pyramid Holistic Wellness Center offers an integrated approach to wellness encompassing mind, body and spirit. Services include massage, yoga, reiki, salt cave, fitness classes and immersion wellness experiences. They also offer a Himalayan salt cave and products,sound therapy, Tarot, psychic and medium sessions, aura photos, homeopathy, personal fitness, infrared sauna, ionic foot baths, natural wellness […]
Join National Book Award–winning author William Alexander to delve into a wryly humorous story about two kids who try to save their town by bringing back its ghosts. William Alexander won the National Book Award for his debut novel, Goblin Secrets, and won the Earphones Award for his narration of the audiobook. His other novels include A Festival of Ghosts, Ghoulish Song, Nomad, and Ambassador. He teaches in the Vermont College of Fine Arts.
The Vermont Great 2-4-6-8K Run, Walk, Relay
The Vermont Great 2-4-6-8K Run, Walk, Relay is a chance to enjoy all that downtown Rutland has to offer.
Please join us for an afternoon and evening of health, fun, and socializing, all while benefiting Rutland Regional Medical Center’s Foley Cancer Center.
Raise awareness and funds by running in honor of a friend or loved one who can’t be there.
The race course loops you around and through historic downtown Rutland. The various distances make this an event for all fitness levels.
Enjoy the post-race party featuring food, beer, music. Individual and team photos will be available.
This will be a truly inspiring program & an opportunity for you to help make in a difference.
Wonderpaws Festival & Paw Parade
WONDERPAWS FESTIVAL & PAW PARADE
Saturday, September 16 from 11 a.m – 2 p.m.
Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum 3rd Annual Wonderpaws Festival & Paw Parade, a community event for all ages to enjoy a day in downtown Rutland with their dogs presented by Pet Gear and media sponsor The Mountain Times, will be on Saturday, September 16, 2017, on Center Street from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
The kid-friendly and dog-friendly festival features demonstrations, a scavenger hunt, crafts, an obstacle course, a hay maze, activities, photo opportunities, food and more. A raffle of Pet Gear merchandise will be open to all. The Paw Parade will take place at noon.
The event is free and open to the public.
All dogs must register to participate. Registration and $10 per dog fee include participation in the Paw Parade, a token of appreciation for all participants, be entered to win a mystery prize and the opportunity to win a judges’ choice award in categories such as best pet/owner look-a-like, most entertaining, wildest wag and much more.
Pre-register online at www.WonderfeetKidsMuseum.org/PawParade or registration begins at 10 a.m. the day of the event.
The Wonderpaw Festival fundraiser will directly benefit Wonderfeet for capital projects and the community with educational programs.
All proceeds benefit Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum.
For more information call 802-282-2678 or visit www.WonderfeetKidsMuseum.org
Winter In August Winners Announced The Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the winners of the Best Taste Awards, Best Display Award and People’s Choice Award at the 36th Annual Chamber Winter In August Celebration held on August 8, 2017. The event, which moved back outside to Merchants Row in Downtown Rutland, […]