The Paramount Theatre located at 30 Center Street in downtown Rutland will unveil its 2013-14 lineup of entertainment at a special event to be held at the historic hall on Thursday, June 6, at 6 p.m.
Lots of milk, music, pies in Middlebury
June is Dairy Month, and to celebrate, the Sheldon Museum will present a series of entertaining programs the weekend of June 14.
LifeBridge Christian Church is in the process of purchasing the Neshobe Sportsman Club property, two miles east of Brandon just off of Route 73, according to Rev. Roger Foster. The church is in a rental agreement with the club until the sale closes, he said. The first worship service at the location was held on June 2.
Harpist Grace Cloutier and Metropolitan Opera Soprano Rebecca Ringle will perform at All Souls Interfaith Gathering in Shelburne Sunday, June 9, at 7 p.m.
Vermont's largest Caribbean Steel "Pan" Band, the Panhandlers, will perform in Castleton Tuesday, June 11, starting at 7 p.m.
Meet the winners of the Vermont Eagle’s 2013 Grand Prize: Patty Murray and Melissa Sullivan.
Vermont Winery Passport includes vineyards, wineries, meaderies
New, northern-born grape varieties—crosses between rugged American and tasty European grapes—are transforming some of Vermont's former farmscapes into vineyards, with wineries springing up amid the vines.
At Hawk Hill Guns & Tackle in Brandon
One of Vermont’s most unusual custom-made antique firearms is on display—and for sale—at Hawk Hill Guns and Tackle in Brandon. The shop is located at 590 Franklin St. (U.S. Route 7) next to the American Legion Post.
The Vermont Lake Monsters team is in the final stages of renovations to the University of Vermont's historic Centennial Field that include permanent seating in the grandstand areas along with new field level seating, dugouts and bullpens, the New York-Penn League affiliate of the Oakland Athletics announced this week.
As Vermont’s population ages, families and health care providers must shift their focus to senior care which includes wellness, prevention and medical treatment.
The Killington region has become the hub of the adaptive sports revolution in New England. Thanks to new technologies and therapies, disabled skiers and other sports enthusiasts of all ages come to the Killington area to enjoy the outdoors year round—and in many cases, the seams between mainstream and adaptive sports are becoming less visible to participants. And that’s a good thing for everyone involved.
Pocock Rocks Music Festival and Street Fair returns for its fifth year Saturday, June 1, 4-8 p.m. Bristol's Main Street will be rocking with music, food and fun. The event is sponsored by the Bristol Downtown Community Partnership.
Okemo Mountain Resort’s Springhouse Pool and Fitness Center, located at Jackson Gore, will welcome the start of summer with an open house Friday, June 21.
Pop and dance rockers BandAnna will perform at Two Brothers Tavern in downtown Middlebury Saturday, June 1, 7-9:30 p.m., with a small cover charge.
Research reveals common misconceptions
The idea of a happy and meaningful life has become unnecessarily complicated in some circles, says author and certified positive psychology coach Lynda Wallace, who left a high-powered executive career with Johnson & Johnson to pursue her real passion—helping individuals and groups achieve greater happiness and success.
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