Pops Concert: Vermont Philharmonic

June 26, 2015

An announcement from our friends at the Sheldon Museum: Fri. 6/26 at 7:30 PM behind the MCA (picnic grounds open at 5:30): Celebrate Independence Day with a concert of Broadway standards, pops, and patriotic music performed by the Vermont Philharmonic. Rain site: adjacent Middlebury College athletic complex. Closing fireworks, rain or shine. Tickets: Adult $25, Youth $10; children under 12 admitted free; (adult tickets purchased by June 21: $20); on sale at 802.388.2117, online, or at the Sheldon Museum.

PTP/NYC: Works in Progress

June 26, 2015

Fri. 6/26 and Sat. 6/27 at the MCA, Seeler Studio Theatre: After three weeks of rehearsal in Middlebury, the PTP/NYC company invites the community to work-in-progress showings of the 2015 summer season. Founded by Richard Romagnoli, Cheryl Faraone, and Jim Petosa, this Middlebury College-associated, Off-Broadway company specializes in creating socially and politically acute theatre for the 21st century. Scenes from an Execution: Friday at Noon. Judith: Saturday at Noon.* Vinegar Tom: Saturday at 1:30 PM.* Free

*Please note revised times!

37th Annual Middlebury Summer Festival on-the-Green

July 5, 2015

An announcement from our friends at the Festival-on-the-Green: Always a highlight of the summer, Festival on-the-Green has delivered top-quality, free, family-friendly entertainment to the residents and guests of Addison County since its debut in 1978. This year's Festival takes place Sunday July 5 through Saturday July 11 at the Middlebury Recreation Park.

Drop City

July 7, 2015

Tue. 7/7 at 8:00 PM at Dana: This new documentary film by New York-based independent filmmaker, producer, and media artist Joan Grossman explores the rise and fall of the “Droppers,” 1960s artists who established a creative settlement of geodesic domes in Colorado, based on the work of Buckminster Fuller and Steve Baer. Overcrowding led to abandonment, making Drop City the world’s first geodesic ghost town by 1973. Stay for a post-screening talk with the director. Free

Carillon Series: Gordon Slater

July 10, 2015

Fri. 7/10 at 5:00 PM at Mead Chapel: The 30th anniversary summer Carillon Series continues with this concert by Gordon Slater, Canadian Dominion Carillonneur Emeritus. Enjoy the beautiful sounds of the carillon bells from the steps of Mead Chapel or the surrounding lawns. Free

Carillon Series: John Widmann

July 17, 2015

Fri. 7/17 at 5:00 PM at Mead Chapel: The 30th anniversary summer Middlebury College Carillon Series continues with a concert by John Widmann, Municipal Carillonneur, Frederick, Maryland. Bring a picnic and enjoy this concert from the lawn or the steps of Mead Chapel. Free

Walking Tour of Middlebury’s Public Art Collection

July 24, 2015

Fri. 7/24 at 10:00 AM, starting at the Museum: This outdoor tour features highlights of the collection, including recent installations from alumni Sabra Field ’57 and J. Pindyck Miller ’60. Meet in the lobby of the Mahaney Center for the Arts, just outside the main entrance to the Middlebury College Museum of Art. All are welcome to join and see how Middlebury’s collection of public art is growing and evolving. Led by summer interns Danielle Weindling ’17 and Andrew Smith ’17. Duration: approximately one hour, rain or shine. Free

Carillon Series: Sergei Gratchev

July 24, 2015

Fri. 7/24 at 5:00 PM at Mead Chapel: The 30th annual summer Carillon Series continues with this concert by Sergei Gratchev, Instructor and Carillonneur in Hulst, Netherlands, and at the Middlebury Summer Russian School. Enjoy the carillon bells from the lawns surrounding Mead Chapel. Free

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