Plastered?

Mask Making

May 17, 4 — 5:30 p.m.

Courcelle Building,

16 North Street Extension, Rutland

Make a plaster mold of your face and decorate. All ages. $10, info@rutlandrec.com, 802-773-1822.

Turning in Tinmouth

Tinmouth Contra Dance

May 17, 8 — 11 p.m.

Tinmouth Community Center

573 Route 140, Tinmouth

Dance to the tunes of Brendan Taaffe on guitar and Algo Lavvagi on fiddle with Don Stratton calling. Beginner’s lesson to learn the moves at 8 p.m., you do not need a partner. $10-$12, cathyreynolds802@gmail.com, 802-881-6775.

DC3

Duane Carleton Band

May 18, 7 — 9 p.m.

Wardsboro Town Hall, 71 Main Street, Wardsboro

From Rutland, Duane Carleton and his band open Wardsboro Curtain Call’s 2019 music series. $10, kwkmdavis@yahoo.com, 802-896-6810.

Bird Walk

Marsh Monitoring Walk

May 23, 7 — 10:30 a.m.

The marsh boardwalk

Marble Street, West Rutland

155 bird species have been identified at this important bird area. Walk the entire route (3.7 miles) or go half-way. Kids, new birders and non-members welcome. Learn from our friendly bird experts. Meet at 7 a.m., birding@rutlandcounttyaudubon.org.

May Flowers

Sip & Paint

May 23, 6 — 8 p.m.

Long Trail School Art Room

1045 Kirby Hollow Road, Dorset

Enjoy wine and cheese while Anharad Llewelyn leads you through the steps of good composition and color theory. For more information or to register, call 802-867-0111 or visit www.greenmtnacademy.org. $35 (includes materials), greenmountainacademy@gmail.com.

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