Summer Concert: Rick Reddington and the Luv Machine
Jul
1
7:00 pm19:00

Summer Concert: Rick Reddington and the Luv Machine

  • Main Street Park

Rick Reddington and the Luv 

We hale from the mountains of Vermont, drive a 1970 Flxible Bus, play original Rick Redington tunes & are lookin for Luv all The Time.
We are A Rock & Rastabilly Trio of Free-Range Human Beings hell bent on doing it all on our own. -
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rick-Redington-The-Luv

To learn more check out http://www.rickredingtontheluv.com/home

All ages - Main Street Park
W    7:00P-8:30P    6/17        Satin & Steel Band
W    7:00P-8:30P    6/24        Aaron Audet Band
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/01        Rick Redington and the Luv Machine
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/08        Shellhouse
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/15        Distant Thunder
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/22        Enerjazz
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/29        Jenni Johnson & the Junketters
W    7:00P-8:30P    8/05        Limbo Lounge Band

Summer Concert: Rutland City Band
Jul
5
7:00 pm19:00

Summer Concert: Rutland City Band

  • Main Street Park

Band Bio

Rutland City Band performing at Rutland Recreation and Parks Main Street Park

Founded in 1879, the Rutland City Band is the country's oldest municipally-funded community band. Under the direction of Tom Neeson, the band performs a wide range of traditional wind band repertoire, from old standards to new compositions. The band is comprised of student, amateur, and professional musicians ranging in age from 13 to 85. We perform every Sunday starting Father's Day Weekend, and our season runs throughout the summer months. Performances are at 7 in the Main St. Park gazebo.

Summer Concert: Shellhouse
Jul
8
7:00 pm19:00

Summer Concert: Shellhouse

  • Main Street Park

Shellhouse

Shellhouse gigs throughout the greater Vermont area playing original songs and cover tunes by Van Morrison,  Tom Petty,  John Hiatt,  Bob Dylan,  The Band,  Eagle Eye Cherry,  Warren Zevon & more.

To learn more about the band and their music visit http://www.shellhousemusic.com/

All ages - Main Street Park
W    7:00P-8:30P    6/17        Satin & Steel Band
W    7:00P-8:30P    6/24        Aaron Audet Band
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/01        Rick Redington and the Luv Machine
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/08        Shellhouse
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/15        Distant Thunder
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/22        Enerjazz
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/29        Jenni Johnson & the Junketters
W    7:00P-8:30P    8/05        Limbo Lounge Band

Nature Hike
Jul
11
10:00 am10:00

Nature Hike

  • 2 Oak St Ext Rutland, VT, 05701 United States

Come and learn about the wildlife of Pine Hill Park on this easy stroll through some of the trails of Pine Hill Park.  We'll be looking at the various plants and animals that inhabit this wonderful park, and work with some of the tools a naturalist uses in their work.  Bring your flower and bird guides, binoculars, comfortable walking shoes, bug spray and love of the outdoors. This is a free Inspirations in Nature event with Thomas Estill.

Summer Concert: Rutland City Band
Jul
12
7:00 pm19:00

Summer Concert: Rutland City Band

  • Main Street Park

Band Bio

Rutland City Band performs at Rutland Recreation and Parks Main Street Park

Founded in 1879, the Rutland City Band is the country's oldest municipally-funded community band. Under the direction of Tom Neeson, the band performs a wide range of traditional wind band repertoire, from old standards to new compositions. The band is comprised of student, amateur, and professional musicians ranging in age from 13 to 85. We perform every Sunday starting Father's Day Weekend, and our season runs throughout the summer months. Performances are at 7 in the Main St. Park gazebo.

Jul
15
7:00 pm19:00

Summer Concert: Distant Thunder

Distant Thunder

 

All ages - Main Street Park
W    7:00P-8:30P    6/17        Satin & Steel Band
W    7:00P-8:30P    6/24        Aaron Audet Band
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/01        Rick Redington and the Luv Machine
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/08        Shellhouse
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/15        Distant Thunder
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/22        Enerjazz
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/29        Jenni Johnson & the Junketters
W    7:00P-8:30P    8/05        Limbo Lounge Band

Summer Concert: Rutland City Band
Jul
19
7:00 pm19:00

Summer Concert: Rutland City Band

  • Main Street Park

Band Bio

Rutland City Band performing in Rutland Recreation and Parks Main Street Park

Founded in 1879, the Rutland City Band is the country's oldest municipally-funded community band. Under the direction of Tom Neeson, the band performs a wide range of traditional wind band repertoire, from old standards to new compositions. The band is comprised of student, amateur, and professional musicians ranging in age from 13 to 85. We perform every Sunday starting Father's Day Weekend, and our season runs throughout the summer months. Performances are at 7 in the Main St. Park gazebo.

Droopy Pedal Mountain Bike Race 2
Jul
20
6:30 pm18:30

Droopy Pedal Mountain Bike Race 2

  • 2 Oak St Ext Rutland, VT, 05701 United States

Our mountain bike series returns in 2015 to offer fun and fitness for all ages and ability levels.  The race ranges from 3 to 8 miles based on ability. A great way to track your progress throughout the summer!      

All ages (kids race free) - Giorgetti Park/Pine Hill Trails
M    6:30P        7/20    $5


Jul
22
7:00 pm19:00

Summer Concert: Enerjazz

Enerjazz

All ages - Main Street Park
W    7:00P-8:30P    6/17        Satin & Steel Band
W    7:00P-8:30P    6/24        Aaron Audet Band
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/01        Rick Redington and the Luv Machine
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/08        Shellhouse
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/15        Distant Thunder
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/22        Enerjazz
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/29        Jenni Johnson & the Junketters
W    7:00P-8:30P    8/05        Limbo Lounge Band

Jul
25
10:00 am10:00

Nature Crafts

Bring your young budding naturalists to this fun-filled activity where we'll be making a variety of wildlife craft items, using materials gathered from the Pine Hill Park. Pre-registration is required for this program and parents are encouraged to participate. Maximum enrollment of 12 participants. 
PreK-2 Grade – Giorgetti Park/Pine Hill Trails
Sa    10:00A-12:00P    7/25    $0/$0

Walk, Wag, and Run Race 3
Jul
28
6:30 pm18:30

Walk, Wag, and Run Race 3

  • 130 Clement Rd Rutland, VT, 05701 United States

A dog friendly (on a leash) cross country race. Race distance: 5K, 2.5K or 100 yard dash! This event is in partnership with the Rutland County Humane Society. Help raise money by downloading your sponsor sheet at rchsvt.org.

All ages (kids race free) - College of Saint Joseph
Tu    6:30P        7/28    $5

 

Jul
29
7:00 pm19:00

Summer Concert: Jenni Johnson and the Junketters

Jenni Johnson & the Junketters

All ages - Main Street Park
W    7:00P-8:30P    6/17        Satin & Steel Band
W    7:00P-8:30P    6/24        Aaron Audet Band
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/01        Rick Redington and the Luv Machine
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/08        Shellhouse
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/15        Distant Thunder
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/22        Enerjazz
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/29        Jenni Johnson & the Junketters
W    7:00P-8:30P    8/05        Limbo Lounge Band

Aug
5
7:00 pm19:00

Summer Concert: Limbo Lounge Band

  • Main Street Park

Limbo Lounge Band

All ages - Main Street Park
W    7:00P-8:30P    6/17        Satin & Steel Band
W    7:00P-8:30P    6/24        Aaron Audet Band
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/01        Rick Redington and the Luv Machine
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/08        Shellhouse
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/15        Distant Thunder
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/22        Enerjazz
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/29        Jenni Johnson & the Junketters
W    7:00P-8:30P    8/05        Limbo Lounge Band

Droopy Pedal Mountain Bike Race 3
Aug
17
6:30 pm18:30

Droopy Pedal Mountain Bike Race 3

  • 2 Oak St Ext Rutland, VT, 05701 United States

Our mountain bike series returns in 2015 to offer fun and fitness for all ages and ability levels.  The race ranges from 3 to 8 miles based on ability. A great way to track your progress throughout the summer!      

All ages (kids race free) - Giorgetti Park/Pine Hill Trails
M    6:30P        8/17    $5



Walk, Wag, Run Race 2
Jun
30
6:30 pm18:30

Walk, Wag, Run Race 2

  • 130 Clement Rd Rutland, VT, 05701 United States

A dog friendly (on a leash) cross country race. Race distance: 5K, 2.5K or 100 yard dash! This event is in partnership with the Rutland County Humane Society. Help raise money by downloading your sponsor sheet at rchsvt.org.
All ages (kids race free) - College of Saint Joseph
Tu    6:30P        6/30    $5

Summer Concert: Rutland City Band
Jun
28
7:00 pm19:00

Summer Concert: Rutland City Band

  • Main Street Park

Band Bio

Rutland City Band performing in Rutland Recreation and Parks Main Street Park

Founded in 1879, the Rutland City Band is the country's oldest municipally-funded community band. Under the direction of Tom Neeson, the band performs a wide range of traditional wind band repertoire, from old standards to new compositions. The band is comprised of student, amateur, and professional musicians ranging in age from 13 to 85. We perform every Sunday starting Father's Day Weekend, and our season runs throughout the summer months. Performances are at 7 in the Main St. Park gazebo.

Not Just Art
Jun
27
10:30 am10:30

Not Just Art

  • 17 Center St Rutland, VT, 05701 United States

Come to “Not Just Art” time at Wonderfeet Children’s Museum to explore science concepts through art! Facilitated by Hands On, Minds On art studio instructors, each art activity has an element of science within the process and builds on the desire of children to experiment and discover. Our art products will be the result of our art experiments and experiences. 

RYT Presents: Stage Make-up Workshop
Jun
27
8:30 am08:30

RYT Presents: Stage Make-up Workshop

  • Rutland Recreation and Parks

Join instructor Amberly Soto for Rutland Youth Theatre's first Stage Make-up Workshop.This program will educate children on the art of stage make-up. They will be taught basic stage make-up; which is the natural highlight and shadows of the face that needs to emphasize for off stage visuals. They will also work on old age, animal and injuries like bruises, scraps and cuts as a fun way to end the workshop. At the end of the workshop each participant will take home their own stage make-up kit, with the hopes that the participants will go home and continue to experiment with the make-up and grow.

Open to grades 7-12
Limited Space! Deadline to register June 17th
$45 Res/$56 Non-Res


Summer Concert: Aaron Audet Band
Jun
24
7:00 pm19:00

Summer Concert: Aaron Audet Band

  • Main Street Park

Aaron Audet Band

Check out this You Tube video of the Aaron Audet Band performing in Main Street Park back in 2012. Don't miss your chance to enjoy this year's concert in the park!

All ages - Main Street Park
W    7:00P-8:30P    6/17        Satin & Steel Band
W    7:00P-8:30P    6/24        Aaron Audet Band
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/01        Rick Redington and the Luv Machine
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/08        Shellhouse
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/15        Distant Thunder
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/22        Enerjazz
W    7:00P-8:30P    7/29        Jenni Johnson & the Junketters
W    7:00P-8:30P    8/05        Limbo Lounge Band
Su    7:00P-8:30P    6/14-8/16    Rutland City Band

Summer Concert: Rutland City Band
Jun
21
7:00 pm19:00

Summer Concert: Rutland City Band

  • Main Street Park

Band Bio

Rutland City Band performing in Rutland Recreation and Parks Main Street Park

Founded in 1879, the Rutland City Band is the country's oldest municipally-funded community band. Under the direction of Tom Neeson, the band performs a wide range of traditional wind band repertoire, from old standards to new compositions. The band is comprised of student, amateur, and professional musicians ranging in age from 13 to 85. We perform every Sunday starting Father's Day Weekend, and our season runs throughout the summer months. Performances are at 7 in the Main St. Park gazebo.

Summer Concert: Satin and Steel Band
Jun
17
7:00 pm19:00

Summer Concert: Satin and Steel Band

  • Main Street Park

Originally formed in 1971 by a group of high school friends, Satin & Steel rocked Vermont for many years before disbanding - at least temporarily. In 1993, the call went out and the band was re-formulated - better and badder than ever!! Still going strong today, Satin & Steel will rock you with some of the best music (and grooves) you have ever heard. Check out Satin and Steel Band's Facebook page for more information about the band and upcoming concerts: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Satin-Steel/83311032975

Bring a picnic basket, family and friends and enjoy a summer evening of free live music!

Droopy Pedal Mountain Bike Race 1
Jun
15
6:30 pm18:30

Droopy Pedal Mountain Bike Race 1

  • 2 Oak St Ext Rutland, VT, 05701 United States

Our mountain bike series returns in 2015 to offer fun and fitness for all ages and ability levels.  The race ranges from 3 to 8 miles based on ability. A great way to track your progress throughout the summer!      

All ages (kids race free) - Giorgetti Park/Pine Hill Trails
    6:30P        6/15    $5


Counselor in Training
May
30
May 31

Counselor in Training

Looking for a great summer experience working with children? The Counselor in Training (CIT) program is a wonderful opportunity for teens who want to further develop their leadership and communication skills as well as gain experience in planning and instructing activities for young children. *Saturday is at Giorgetti, training is from 9:00A-2:00P and Sunday is offsite training from 9:00A-2:00P, meeting at Giorgetti before they start the day. LIMITED ENROLLMENT.

Entering 7-12 Grade – Courcelle Building

Sa/Su    9:00A-2:00P*    5/30-5/31    $58/$69


Walk, Wag, and Run Race 1
May
26
6:30 pm18:30

Walk, Wag, and Run Race 1

  • 130 Clement Rd Rutland, VT, 05701 United States

A dog friendly (on a leash) cross country race. Race distance: 5K, 2.5K or 100 yard dash! This event is in partnership with the Rutland County Humane Society. Help raise money by downloading your sponsor sheet at rchsvt.org. 
All ages (kids race free) - College of Saint Joseph
Tu    6:30P        5/26    $5
 


R.A.D. - Self Defense For Women
May
19
May 28

R.A.D. - Self Defense For Women

  • 16 N St Ext Rutland, VT, 05701 United States

Certified Instructor Sherri Prouty and Misty Klementowski instructing.

For women and young girls 12 years and older. This program includes training in awareness, prevention, risk reduction, avoidance and basic of hands-on defense. Wear loose, comfortable clothing and bring water and snacks. Cost per student is normally $35-46 but reduced to $15 per student with payment assistance through Rutland Regional Medical Center. 

What is RAD?

The Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) System is a program of realistic, self-defense tactics and techniques. It is a comprehensive course for women that begins with awareness, prevention, risk reduction and avoidance, while progressing on to the basics of hands-on defense training.

Class are on Tu/Th Beginning May 19-28 from 6:30-9:00PM

Register Below or come into the Courcelle Building to get signed up!  

Kiwanis Bike Rodeo
May
17
1:00 pm13:00

Kiwanis Bike Rodeo

  • Giorgetti Park

Join the Rutland Kiwanis Club, Killington/Pico Cycling Club and the Rutland Recreation & Parks Department as they host a bike safety day for children up to age 13. 

Gone Fishing: Kiwanis Fishing Derby
May
9
8:30 am08:30

Gone Fishing: Kiwanis Fishing Derby

  • Combination Pond

Once again the Rutland Kiwanis Club and the Rutland Recreation & Parks Department will be hosting a special fishing day for children up to age 13. A parent/guardian must accompany the child. Registration is at 8:30AM. Prizes are awarded in various categories. Fish will be provided by the Vermont Fish & Game Department.

Birdwalk
May
9
7:00 am07:00

Birdwalk

  • 2 Oak St Ext Rutland, VT, 05701 United States

Join local naturalist Tom Estill as we stroll along the Park trails in search of the numerous and varied birds flying through the area as they head north during their annual migration.  We should see dozens of species of birds, many of which will be in their colorful breeding plumage stage. This is part of the Inspirations in Nature with Thomas Estill.

Walk the line: Learn to Slackline Event
May
8
5:30 pm17:30

Walk the line: Learn to Slackline Event

  • Giorgetti Park

Join Cindi & Keith Wight and learn the fun and benefits of slacklining. There will be 4 slacklines set up to play on! Do you have a slackline? Bring it with you and we can set up more lines. All ages welcome and families encouraged! Bring a picnic dinner and enjoy a healthy night out. 

Chalk the Walk
May
2
10:00 am10:00

Chalk the Walk

  • 1 Deer St Rutland, VT, 05701 United States

Hands On Minds On Children’s Art Studio’s 2nd Annual Chalk the Walk, a sidewalk chalk art festival. Enjoy art and the outdoors as this year’s theme is the SUN! Grab friends, or come and make new ones, and create a colorful piece of art in one of the squares. Families are encouraged to come participate in chalk art or just come to watch and enjoy some of the other activities.

NEW! Beginning Archery Class
May
1
May 22

NEW! Beginning Archery Class

  • Rutland Recreation and Parks

This class offers basic level beginner archery. Students will gain knowledge and understanding of equipment, safety, form, shooting, and marksmanship. Students will learn how to safely and correctly handle the equipment while enjoying their newly acquired skills on different targets at a range of distances. We will supply the targets and bows and arrows. If your child has their own re-curve bow they can bring that as well. Instructor Melinda Laben has instructed archery for children ages 7 & up for the last 8 years. She is certified in Archery 1 and has spent many years refining her teaching techniques to create a safe and fun environment for the students in her classes.

Ages 7+ - Courcelle Building
Fridays    5/1-5/22     4PM-5PM     $48R/$59NR

Night Owl Prowl
Apr
25
7:30 pm19:30

Night Owl Prowl

  • 2 Oak St Ext Rutland, VT, 05701 United States

Free event with local naturalist Tom Estill. We'll be using various owl calls to help entice the owls to fly to the area where we are standing in order to get a close up view of these magnificent birds.

Not Just Art
Apr
25
10:30 am10:30

Not Just Art

  • 17 Center St Rutland, VT, 05701 United States

Come to “Not Just Art” time at Wonderfeet Children’s Museum to explore science concepts through art! Facilitated by Hands On, Minds On art studio instructors, each art activity has an element of science within the process and builds on the desire of children to experiment and discover. Our art products will be the result of our art experiments and experiences. 

Pine Hill Partnership Workday
Apr
25
9:00 am09:00

Pine Hill Partnership Workday

  • Giorgetti & Pine Hill Park

The Pine Hill Partnership will host their first work day for 2015 is Saturday April 25 at 9AM, second work day is Saturday May 9 at 9AM.

Please come join us to help maintain this fantastic trail system we have. Bring water and we will supply tools and work gloves.

We have lots of spring chores that need to be addressed in the park: The front entrance gets cleaned up and more bark mulch put on.  We hope to have enough volunteers to do touch up work on Exit Strategy and the steep hill on Droopy Muffin before opening them.

What to bring:
Maybe a leaf rake for tools. Bring gloves and water for sure. Sunscreen—no leaves on the trees means no shade if the sun is out.

For more information visit the website: PineHillPark.org

Dog Park Meeting
Mar
17
6:30 pm18:30

Dog Park Meeting

  • 16 N St Ext Rutland, VT, 05701 United States

We are looking for ideas on location, size of park, fundraising initiatives and everything in between.  Please join us in helping make the park a reality.

Rutland Youth Theatre to hold open auditions for Mulan Jr.
Mar
9
5:30 pm17:30

Rutland Youth Theatre to hold open auditions for Mulan Jr.

Open auditions March 8th 3:00PM-6:00PM OR March 9th 5:30PM-8:30PM. Open to those in grades K-12. Choose one date and plan to stay for the duration. All auditions will be held at 16 North Street Extension, Rutland, VT. There is no cost to audition. If cast in a role there is a $48.00 participant fee due once the role has been accepted.

Rutland Youth Theatre to hold open auditions for Mulan Jr.
Mar
8
3:00 pm15:00

Rutland Youth Theatre to hold open auditions for Mulan Jr.

Rutland Youth Theatre open auditions March 8th 3:00PM-6:00PM OR March 9th 5:30PM-8:30PM. Open to those in grades K-12. Choose one date and plan to stay for the duration. All auditions will be held at 16 North Street Extension, Rutland, VT. There is no cost to audition. If cast in a role there is a $48.00 participant fee due once the role has been accepted.

Go play outside at Winter Fest!
Feb
14
Feb 15

Go play outside at Winter Fest!

Enjoy and explore the great outdoors at the 13th Annual Winter Fest held Saturday, February 14 and Sunday, February 15 from 10am to 2pm.  Winter Fest offers a variety of free seasonal activities for the whole family including: ice skating, snow sculpture carving demonstration and hands-on activity, obstacle courses, slacklines, cardboard sled challenge, snowshoeing and much more.

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Winter Fest is one of the many free events Rutland Regional Medical Center supports to build our communities and allow Rutland County residents to get out and play.
— said Tom Huebner, CEO of Rutland Regional Medical Center

Winter Fest kicks-off at Main Street Park on the corner of West Street and Route 7 in Rutland at 10am on Saturday, February 14 with a snow sculpture carving demonstration and hands on activities along with a variety of other activities. On Sunday, February 15, Winter Fest moves to Giorgetti Park on Oak Street Extension in Rutland.  Hot drinks, food and raffles are available both days. Winter Fest participants will also receive a free day pass for the skating rink at Giorgetti Park. For more information call Rutland Recreation and Parks Department at 802.773.1822 or visit www.rutlandrec.com/winterfest for updated event offerings.

This event is free and open to the public. Winter Fest is a Rutland Recreation Department event and co-sponsored by BCBS of Vermont, Carpenter and Costin, Rutland Regional Medical Center and The Vermont Teddy Bear Company and supported by many local businesses and organizations. Check out a complete list of supporters and sponsors here: 

RYT Presents: Shrek the Musical
Dec
19
7:00 pm19:00

RYT Presents: Shrek the Musical

  • 30 Center St Rutland, VT, 05701 United States

Bring the whole family to a wonderful local performance of Shrek The Musical! All of your favorite characters will be there to delight and entertain audiences of all ages. Tickets are available at the Paramount Theatre

Stay in the loop with new auditions, performances, workshops, and camps with Rutland Youth Theatre. Like Rutland Youth Theatre on Facebook!

THE SNOWMAN
Dec
13
4:00 pm16:00

THE SNOWMAN

  • Castleton State College, Casella Theatre

THE SNOWMAN

December 13th 4pm & December 13th 7pm
Casella Theatre at Castleton State College

Music and Lyrics by Howard Blake- Rutland Youth Theatre is collaborating with Lakes Region Youth Orchestra’s 25th Anniversary

Produced by Lakes Region Youth Orchestra
Musical Directed by Peter Miller
Stage Directed by Saskia Hagen Groom
Vocal Directed by Loren Sylvester
Choreographed by Tegan Waite

Ticket price $12 adults $10 children/seniors (special family package available)

The Snowman is the tale of a boy who builds a snowman one winter's day. That night, at the stroke of twelve, the snowman comes to life and the two venture into the night. The boy and the snowman take flight visiting special places, including Father Christmas.  The story’s theme song "Walking in the Air" is the only spoken language. All other acting is done in pantomime. LRYO will be the orchestra starring in the show! (check animated version The Snowman below)

 

Santa Phone Calls
Dec
11
5:30 pm17:30

Santa Phone Calls

It is that time of year when Santa and his elves make special phone calls to girls and boys in Rutland. We have made arrangements with the elves for Santa Phone Calls to be Thursday December 11th from 5:30PM-7:30PM.

Don't miss your chance to see their faces light up when they connect directly with the North Pole to have a one on one conversation with Santa. The deadline for submitting a form to receive a Santa Phone call is Monday December 8th.