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READER BULLETINS: Aug. 2-8, 2018

To list your event in the Reader Bulletins email editor@rutlandreader.comRutland Regional Offers Tai Chi Class for BeginnersThis beginner-level class runs from 8/27 to 10/1 and is taught by Laurie Knauer,…

Carving project reaches benchmark

By Patrick McArdle Staff Writer WEST RUTLAND — The town of Proctor is about to get benched. A group of young people who have ties to the town have created…

READER BULLETINS: July 26 – Aug. 1, 2018

To list your event in the Reader Bulletins email editor@rutlandreader.comWALK TO CELEBRATE WORLD BREASTFEEDING WEEKTo help raise awareness and support of breastfeeding, as well as commemorate World Breastfeeding Week, (August…

Street comes alive Friday night

By KATE BARCELLOS Staff Writer Crowds began to gather around 4 p.m. Friday, lingering as orange cones were lined up to block off the lower section of Center Street. Tents…

Janet Fredericks’ view of her earth: ‘Land Marks: The Land We Mark, Marks Us’

By VICTORIA CRAIN Arts Correspondent The eagle’s eye: That’s the view of American topography Janet Fredericks presents for our consideration. “Land Marks … The Land We Mark, Marks Us” is…

READER BULLETINS: July 19-25, 2018

To list your event in the Reader Bulletins email editor@rutlandreader.comTrip to the Birds of Vermont MuseumCarpool to the Birds of Vermont Museum in Huntington. Meet at the Home Depot in…

‘The magnificence of humankind’: Bronze sculptures of Ed Smith

By VICTORIA CRAIN Arts Correspondent Just now, and until Aug. 5, there is an opportunity to see and consider some very fine art. Specifically, the small gallery at The Carving…

READER BULLETINS: July 12-17, 2018

To list your event in the Reader Bulletins email editor@rutlandreader.comREVOLUTIONARY WAR BOARD GAMES AFTERNOONLike board games? Like to strategize? Like and know your history? Come to the Mount Independence State…

7 ducklings rescued in city

Staff Report A week after city workers rescued 14 ducklings from a storm drain on Kendall Avenue, seven more ducklings got stuck in a drain on Stratton Road last week….

An evening with the Hill Climbers

Photos by Rober Layman More than 50 young mountain bikers amassed at the trailhead for Pine Hill Park in Rutland on Monday night. Divvying up into small skill-based groups, they…