+FIVE: March 22-28, 2018

Why Wyeth?
Andrew Wyeth
March 23, 1:30-3 p.m.
Godnick Adult Center
1 Deer St., Rutland
Katie Wood Kirchhoff, Shelburne Museum assicuate curator, discusses Andrew Wyeth paintings’ New England locales. $5 or Osher membership, 773-1853.

Traditions
Celtic Nights – Oceans of Hope
March 23, 8 p.m.
Paramount Theatre
30 Center St., Rutland
Songs, music and dance will take the audience on an epic journey, showing that the stories of their grandparents and great-grandparents should always be passed down through generations, 775-0570, paramounvt.org.

Early Eggs
Easter Egg Hunt
March 24, 10 a.m.
Bailey Library
111 Moulton Ave., North Clarendon
Children through age 12 are invited to join the fun, 747-7743.

Speaking up
March for Our Lives – Rutland
March 24, Noon – 1:30 p.m.
Main Street Park
Park Square and Main Street, Rutland
Join local high school students in supporting common-sense gun regulations to protect our schools and communities — rallying in conjunction with the national march on Washington, DC and featuring student and representative speakers.

Lion and Lamb
Champlain Philharmonic Concert
March 24, 7:30 p.m.
Green Mountain College
1 Brennan Circle, Poultney
Featuring 19th century works filled with drama and passion, delicate gestures and familiar melodies, under the direction of Matt LaRocca. $15, $12 seniors (60+), $5 students. Green Mountain College, 1 Brennan Circle, Poultney, 775-0151, champlainphilharmonic.org.



















































































































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George Nostrand is a Vermont musician, writer and calendar editor for the Rutland Reader and Rutland Herald. You might see him around as his alter-ego, the front man for George's Back Pocket.

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