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Open Your Homes and Hearts: The Cats Of pittsford, VT Need You!
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near pittsford.
New event combines Vermont-made food and drink with local shopping
RUTLAND, Vt. — A new event called Jingle Bell Shop is coming to downtown Rutland this week, combining locally-produced food and drink with local shopping. A $25 ticket gets you a pass to enjoy spirits from Vermont distilleries Thursday night. Beer, cider, mead, and wine will also be served as participants sample food from area businesses. Participants will stroll between more than 20 stops throughout downtown Rutland, where organizers say retailers are promising raffles, door prizes, contests for festive holiday outfits, and special incentives like discounts or free gift-wrapping.
Plymouth Emergency Services Holiday Party
PLYMOUTH, Vt. – Plymouth Emergency Services will hold their first annual Holiday Party on Tuesday, Dec. 19, from 5:30-7:30 p.m., at the Plymouth Town Office, 68 Town Office Road, for Plymouth children 12th grade and under. Refreshments will be served, and each child will receive a gift.
Krampusnacht presents stories of light and dark
By Albo Südekum Bald Mountain Theater will present “Krampusnacht” for the Winter Solstice at the outdoor amphitheater in Rochester on Friday, Dec. 8 and Saturday, Dec. 9, at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Dec. 8-9 at 7:30 p.m.—ROCHESTER—Bald Mountain […] Read More The post Krampusnacht presents stories of light and dark appeared first on The Mountain Times.
Genesis hosts the “Essex Experience”
A few guys got together in 2022 for a show and have been on a steady rise ever since. Will Buck, Adam Osha, Hunter Smith, tyler serrani (he uses lowercase letter for his name) and Obi the Voicegod had the idea that they should put on a show for all their friends.
Experience Culinary Delights: The Trio of Must-Try Delis in Rutland
This article presents an exploration of three exceptional delis located in Rutland. Have you had the chance to visit any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts. Please share your experiences in the comments section below:
Skunks are a new addition to Castleton campus
Over the past couple weeks, skunks have taken over the Castleton campus. Some students say they have seen up to three different skunks circulating throughout the campus and assume they are a family with one fully grown skunk and two much smaller ones. Students around campus have mixed emotions about...
Mountain Meditation: Last bear cave message until spring
If you follow my columns, you know I’m an artist and writer with a vivid imagination. My spiritual mentor says it assists me in communicating with the spiritual world. Our anthropologist friend and neighbor says I’m lucky my imagination […] Read More The post Mountain Meditation: Last bear cave message until spring appeared first on The Mountain Times.
Pet series features Carlo and BeeBee
I think we can all agree that pets play a very vital role in people’s lives, which is one reason why I created the Pet Series for this newspaper. I wanted to highlight amazing people and the unique connection they have with their loyal animal companions. In today’s article, I was fortunate enough to have some amazing stories from a faculty member and a student at Vermont State University at Castleton.
Rutland's Chinese Cuisine Scene: Exploring 4 Remarkable Restaurants
This article presents a guide to four exceptional Chinese restaurants in Rutland. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? If you have, we would love to hear your thoughts and experiences in the comments section below!
Chloe’s Market celebrates grand opening
PLYMOUTH, Vt. – The Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce recently celebrated the grand opening of new chamber member Chloe’s Market at the former Plymouth Country Store with customers and local amd state officials. Owner Rick Martin cuts the ribbon with Vermont State Rep. Tesha Buss holding the ribbon on the left, and chamber director Carol Lighthall holding the other end on the right. Photo courtesy of Images by Donald Dill.
Mountain Times – Volume 51, Number 47 – Nov. 29 – Dec. 5, 2023
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The MINT in Rutland opens Holiday Pop-up Shoppe
Vermont Business Magazine The MINT, Rutland's Makerspace, is once again settling into downtown Rutland this holiday shopping season. Located at 72 Merchants Row, The MINT Downtown Holiday Pop-up Shoppe is filling up fast with local wares and hands-crafted gifts. Ceramics, jewelry, furniture, paper goods, and more are available for purchase...
Our Creative Kids: Lani Heitmann
I got the idea to draw a mushroom terrarium by looking at a picture on the internet. When I first heard of terrariums I started to practice drawing them at home. Lani is a great artist and a wonderful person to have in art class. She always has a positive attitude and is very good at generating ideas for her artwork (which is something that can be very difficult). She has a wide variety of interests and uses these to inspire her artwork. She never wastes a minute of her time in art class!!!
Chafee Art Center to host annual Gingerbread competition
RUTLAND, Vt. — An annual Gingerbread competition is returning to Rutland for entrants to show off their cookie masterpieces. The competition is open to bakers of all ages, including schools and businesses that want to participate. The Chafee Art Center is hosting the competition, and the showcase starts on...
“Santa’s Belles” Holiday Drag
BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. – Bellows Falls Pride has invited Vermont’s premiere drag queens to perform in a holiday drag show on Friday, Dec. 8, at the Moose Lodge, 59 Westminster Street in Bellows Falls. Hosted by Emoji Nightmare, “Santa’s Belles” will take to the stage for an adult-only evening beginning at 9 p.m. The festivities will include a celebration of local Gay Games Guadalajara participants Roger Barraby (track) of Windsor and Carl Anhalt (water polo) of Bellows Falls.
Poetry Is Power: Shining evergreens
By Bree Sarandrea Crystals sparkle, As the sun hits, Just right, The evergreens shine, As if glitter had just been, Sprinkled all over them. Even the pine cones shimmer, The trees sparkle so bright, They almost look like they’re […] Read More The post Poetry Is Power: Shining evergreens appeared first on The Mountain Times.