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Table 24’s 10th Anniversary Charity Golf Classic

Table 24’s 10th Anniversary Charity Golf Classic

Join Table 24 at Green Mountain National Golf Course as we celebrate our 10th Anniversary on the golf course! It will be a great day of golf, food and fun with friends as we raise money to support the Rutland Visiting Nurses!

Entry fee includes golf, cart, lunch on the golf course, tee gift and a delicious dinner at Table 24 during our Awards Ceremony. There will also be a raffle and a silent auction, as well as other great games and contests of “skill.”

This is a fun, relaxed “Captain & Crew / Scramble” format and golfers of all ability levels are encouraged to play. If you don’t have a team, but would like to play, sign-up and we’ll be sure to match you with a great crew.

If would like to sponsor a hole, or donate a prize for our raffle or silent auction to support this event , your generosity will be greatly appreciated.

Table 24 strongly believes in giving back to our community and we are proud to donate all proceeds from our tournament to our four legged friends and all their “helpers” at the RCHS!

Space is limited, so please reserve your spot today.

To register your team, or for more information, please contact us at 802-775-2424 or at greatfood@table24.net.

 

 

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12th Annual Soup Bowls for Hunger

12th Annual Soup Bowls for Hunger

Enjoy a bowl of soup, crackers, roll, dessert, beverage and choose your own handcrafted bowl to take home.

Sponsored by Delta Kappa Gamma Society of women educators.

Tickets are $20 per person (make checks payable to Soup Bowls for Hunger) and must be purchased in advance.

There will be two sittings this year (4:45 pm and 6:15 pm) with top quality bowls available at each sitting.

There will also be raffles for various donated items and a silent auction.

Music provided by Daniel Luther Graves.

To purchase tickets call Rutland High School Main Office at 773-1955, Ann Bannister at 747-0569, or Susan Ponto at 779-5919, beginning March 1st.

Tickets may also be purchased at Phoenix Books in Rutland.

All proceeds will be donated to The Community Cupboard, BROC, Brandon, Pittsford, Poultney, and West Rutland food shelves.

 

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Middletown Springs 30th Annual Maple Festival

Maple Festival 2018

Maple lore & demonstrations, sweet treats from local kitchens, a raffle and a silent auction featuring local artists and craftspersons, merchants and professionals highlight the 30th Annual Maple Festival of the Middletown Springs Historical Society on Sunday, March 18 from 1-4 pm.

The event will feature a demonstration of early maple sugarmaking in a cast iron kettle over an open fire. Local sugarmaker Ryan Mahar and historians David Wright and Jon Mathewson will give a presentation on maple sugaring history and current practice using examples from the Historical Society collection.

Delicious maple desserts created by Historical Society members, Vermont maple products and new 2018 syrup will be available for sale. Pancakes, old-fashioned sugar on snow and maple cotton candy are always favorites.

Acoustic music and kids’ activities enliven the free afternoon event. Videos about Vermont maple sugaring will be shown continuously.

Silent auction offers include stay at vacation condo; Killington ski & golf passes; 100 gallons of heating oil; genealogical research; lessons in billiards/pool, spinning, or horseback riding; computer consulting; a wine and cheese basket; a Cabot cheese basket; a planted container of annuals; a homemade quilt as well as other fine craft items; homemade pies; maple syrup; a Vermont Teddy Bear; dining gift certificates and other donations from area businesses.

A raffle drawing with many prizes including $100.00 and $50.00 in cash, maple syrup and maple products, craft items, and gift certificates from local businesses will go on during the festival.

Museum exhibits on Middletown Springs history are on view during the festival. Admission is free and the building is handicap accessible.

For more information about the Maple Festival call David Wright at 235-2376 or Pat Hemenway at 235-2421.

 

 

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Pico Ski Education Foundation Winter Dinner

Pico Mountain’s 80th Anniversary Celebration!!

Please join us for our biggest fundraiser of the year and celebrate Pico Mountain’s 80th Anniversary at this year’s PSEF Winter Dinner.

Saturday, February 17th, 2018

Cocktails & Silent Auction 6:00 pm

Buffet Family-Style Dinner to Follow

Killington Grand Hotel Ballroom, Killington, VT

$80 per person

Live & Silent Auction ~ Cocktails ~ Great Food ~ Valuable Prizes

 

Pico Ski Education Foundation (PSEF) is a (501)(c)(3) Non-profit Organization with a stated goal to help maintain an affordable organized skiing program for our community families and athletes.

(Pre-paid reservations required)

Click here for reservations

 

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Mount Holly Town Library Cider Days Book Sale & 1st Annual Silent Auction

Mount Holly Town Library Cider Days Book Sale & 1st Annual Silent Auction

Cider Days is almost here and with that comes our
LAST BOOK SALE OF THE YEAR!
We’re also excited to be holding our 1st Annual Silent Auction under the blue tent during the Book Sale. This unique auction will be offering items and services from local folks such as:
Original framed art work
Original framed photography
Yoga lessons
Gourmet meal for 4 prepared/served in your home
Grafton Cheese
Full day lift tickets with a guide at Okemo
Flower bed/garden design
Printing services
Decorative items
Gift baskets
We’re adding items and services daily so stock up those winter reading piles and bid on some amazing services offered by your generous neighbors at the Library’s last book sale of the year October 7th & 8th from 10:00am to 4:00pm.

All proceeds go to the library to help fund our collections and programs.

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Mount Holly Town Library Cider Days Book Sale & 1st Annual Silent Auction

Mount Holly Town Library Cider Days Book Sale & 1st Annual Silent Auction

Cider Days is almost here and with that comes our
LAST BOOK SALE OF THE YEAR!
We’re also excited to be holding our 1st Annual Silent Auction under the blue tent during the Book Sale. This unique auction will be offering items and services from local folks such as:
Original framed art work
Original framed photography
Yoga lessons
Gourmet meal for 4 prepared/served in your home
Grafton Cheese
Full day lift tickets with a guide at Okemo
Flower bed/garden design
Printing services
Decorative items
Gift baskets
We’re adding items and services daily so stock up those winter reading piles and bid on some amazing services offered by your generous neighbors at the Library’s last book sale of the year October 7th & 8th from 10:00am to 4:00pm.

All proceeds go to the library to help fund our collections and programs.

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Harvest Festival at Vermont Farmers Food Center

Harvest Festival at Vermont Farmers Food Center

Locally grown Farm to Table Feast

4 pm – Hors d’Oeuvres, Local Beer and Wine, cash bar, silent auction and music

5:30 pm – Recognition of VFFC Person of the Year, Recognition of Harvest Festival sponsors. live auction and dinner buffet

tickets – $40, 8 tickets is a table for $320

Sold at Rutland Farmers Market, Downtown Rutland, Saturday 9 am – 2 pm; Wednesday 3 – 6 pm

VFFC website via PayPal

Proceeds benefit VFFC projects and programs advancing local regional food systems.

For more information email or call:

info@VermontFarmersFoodCenter.org or 802-683-4606

P.O. Box 1008, 251 West Street., Rutland, VT 05701

 

 

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A Benefit for the Little Sprouts

A Benefit for the Little Sprouts

Small bites and heavy appetizers by Roots the Restaurant – grown-up versions of childhood favorites showcasing ingredients from the summer harvest – beer, wine, and live music in the imaginative setting of Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum.

Silent auction with day-trip “escape” packages.

This elegant adult night out supports Wonderfeet.

Only 50 tickets will be sold. $50

6 – 8 p.m.

11 Center St., Rutland.

For more information call (802) 282-2678.

 

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