Non-profit PEGTV, Rutland County’s public access television station, invites the public to its open house Sept. 10, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Bomoseen man studies esoteric number science
William “Bill” Maynard, 85, of Bomoseen has spent more than 30 years studying the cosmic, mystical unification theory of numbers.
Rutland Youth Theatre will hold open auditions for “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” Aug. 30 , from 3-6 p.m., and Aug. 31, from 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Rutland Area Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice (RAVNAH) will spearhead the return of its popular fundraising event, “Dancing with the Rutland Stars” for its fifth year.
The Salisbury Historical Society presents a pictorial and narrative of Leicester’s Silver Lake.
Tough guy Hollywood actor Charles Bronson—whose plaintive grave is set on the high ground of a small cemetery looking south to Mt. Ascutney in Vermont—was once described as a “man with a face like an eroded cliff.”
Stone-faced silent clown Buster Keaton returns to the big screen with a showing of his feature film 'Three Ages' (1923) on Saturday, Aug. 15 at the Brandon Town Hall and Community Center in Brandon, Vt.
Officials of PEGTV, Rutland County’s public access television station, announced the addition of Chelsea Tice as the government Channel 21 coordinator. Tice will be managing the channel, scheduling programming and showcasing new shows for the countywide channel.
The Great War Centennial: 2014-2018
The Black River Academy Museum in downtown Ludlow has opened an exhibit on World War I as seen through the eyes of the lithographer Theophile Alexandre Steinlen.
Vermont Actors’ Repertory Theatre will hold open auditions for the coming theatre season on Wednesday, Aug. 12, and Thursday, Aug. 13, 6:30 p.m., at the Brick Box, Paramount Theater, 30 Center Street, Rutland. The Company is looking for actors of all ages. All performances will be at the Paramount’s Brick Box Theatre.
The Eagle met up with William Brooks, executive director of the Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History, at his museum office, at 1 Park St., in downtown Middlebury recently. Brooks has an undergraduate degree in American history and a master’s degree in folk art studies.
Monroe Street Books, located next to Paquette Storage on Route 7 in Middlebury, claims the title of being Vermont’s biggest bookstore—new or used. As a result, authors, students, and other book lovers, like to visit the store to browse or find out-of-print research books. You never know who you’re going to bump into in the store’s crowded aisles.
Live music, dance and karaoke at Two Brothers Tavern in downtown Middlebury...
The Salisbury Historical Society will present a pictorial and narrative of Lake Dunmore’s legendary “Aunt Jennie" (1856-1934).
Rutland Youth Theatre
Award-winning Rutland Youth Theatre presents “Romeo and Juliet” July 21 through Aug. 2 as a traveling troupe.