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Things To do

In addition to the usual seasonal activities (skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, golfing, boating, etc.), you'll find quite an assortment of events in the area. Here's a listing of things going on nearby, as provided by the Vermont Department of Tourism & Marketing.

This listing is primarily Rutland County (sorted by date). Events for the rest of the state are available here.

Brandon Nov 1, 2014
The Ann Hutchins Band performs at Brandon Music
This familiar group of talented musicians will play a fun mix of Latin, Swing and R&B, featuring songs by Harold Arlen, Cole Porter and Kurt Weill. Jazz and pop standards from the 1950s and 1960s will also be in the mix, as well as some of Hutchins own original songs. A pre-concert dinner is available. Reservations are required for dinner and recommended for the show. BYOB. Show $15, Dinner & Show $35
Brandon Music (62 Country Club Rd.)
7:30pm
Adm.
802-465-4071 | Web Site | Map

Brandon Nov 2, 2014
Learn Basket Weaving at Compass
Just in time for the holidays, participants will make their own versatile market basket. Use it as a centerpiece for your holiday table, give it as a special gift, or put it to use around the house. Join Maura Clancy, of Red Barn Baskets, for this one day basket making workshop. No experience is necessary. The class fee, which is due in advance, is $80. Sign up by October 29th. Call for more information or see our website for more details.
Compass Music and Arts Center (333 Jones Drive)
10-3pm
Adm.
802-247-4295 | Web Site | Map

Rutland Nov 2, 2014
Bluesman Guy Davis
Guy Davis is a musician, composer, actor, director and writer...but, most importantly, he is a bluesman. While Davis' interest in acting was clearly influenced by the fact that both his parents were well-known actors (the late Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis) Guy has dedicated himself to reviving the traditions of acoustic blues and bringing them to as many ears as possible. Tickets are $15 ($10 for CSJ students with college ID) and can be purchased at the door.
The Tuttle Hall (71 Clement Road)
Sun, 7pm
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802-558-7587 | Web Site | Map

Rutland Nov 5, 2014
Stravinskys Rite of Spring and the Music of 1911
Igor Stravinskys ballet The Rite of Spring is widely considered the most influential composition of the twentieth century. In this lecture-demonstration, pianist Michael Arnowitt examines this landmark work, and other pieces written in 1911 by Ravel, Schoenberg, Bartok, and Rachmaninov. Part of the First Wednesdays series. A Vermont Humanities Council event.
Rutland Free Library (10 Court St)
Wednesday, 7:00 p.m.
Free
802-773-1860 | Map

Brandon Nov 6, 2014 through Dec 4, 2014
Swing Dancing Lessons
David Allan will teach both a beginner and intermediate level course: Beginner: 6:45-7:45pm  Learn the proper posturing and connections and 6-12 basic six-count swing patterns. Intermediate: 8:00-9:00pm  Learn Charleston eight-count moves and how to combine East Coast Swing with Lindy hop. Must have experience to take intermediate class. No partner is needed and all ages are welcome. $40 for one class series or $65 for both. Reservations are required and payment is due in advance.
Compass Music and Arts Center (333 Jones Drive)
November 6, 13, 20, December 4
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802-247-4295 | Web Site | Map

Brandon Nov 8, 2014
Swing Noire plays at Brandon Music
Swing Noire, Vermonts acoustic Hot Club style quartet, invokes the energy of a swinging 1930s jazz club and transports audiences back to the early days of jazz with their unique take on Hot Swing in the spirit of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli. Their music will entrance and surprise you. A pre-concert dinner is available. Reservations are required for dinner and recommended for the show. BYOB. Show $15, Dinner & Show $35
Brandon Music (62 Country Club Rd.)
7:30pm
Adm.
802-465-4071 | Web Site | Map

Brandon Nov 15, 2014
Self-Publishing: Whats It All About? Is It Right For You?
The publishing industry has changed dramatically over the past ten years with hundreds of thousands of authors publishing their own works. Led by Vermont author and poet Jerry Johnson, Jerry will share his stories and insights from his more than ten years of experience in the publishing industry. Topics will include: writers groups and organizations, marketing, eBooks and iBooks, self-publishing companies, Vermont indie presses, creating your own imprint and more. Register by Nov. 13th. $50
Compass Music and Arts Center (333 Jones Drive)
10:00-3:00pm
Adm.
802-247-4295 | Web Site | Map

Castleton Dec 2, 2014
Ladies' Night Out Women's Chorus 5th Annual Advent Concert
LNO Chorus, started in 1987, performs 2 concert series a year. The Advent Concerts this year include "Winter Solstice" by Paul Carey and Rheinberger's "How Lovely Are Thy Dwelling Places" and carols about Angels and Bells.
Federated Church of Castleton (504 Main St Castleton)
Tuesday 7-9 pm
Donation
802-775-8004 | Web Site | Map

Rutland Jan 4, 2015
The Secret Garden
Opera Theatre of Weston will present the East Coast premiere of The Secret Garden by composer Nolan Gasser with a libretto by Carey Harrison. Based on the beloved children's novel, the new opera comes direct from its debut at the San Francisco Opera and features Lora Rachel Davidson in the title role of Mary Lennox. The professional cast includes soloists from the Metropolitan Opera, The Houston Opera and Washington National Opera.
Paramount Theatre (30 Center Street)
2:00 pm
Adm.
802-775-0903 | Web Site | Map

Benson Feb 7, 2015
Polar Bear 8 Hour Obstacle Challenge
Over 6 miles in just "ONE" loop, over 50 obstacles, trail running, hills, mud, ice, and snow?! Do you think youre up for the ULTIMATE challenge, in the middle of winter?? All the braggin rights go the person who can COMPLETE the most LAPS in 8 hours! Only the tough and hardy will beat the odds on our never ending loop of physical and mental challenges!
Shale Hill Adventure Farm, LLC (517 Lake Road)
Adm.
802-537-3561 | Web Site | Map

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