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Sunday, April 18, 2021

  • Collaborative Art Installation: Reflections on the Year

    Beginning April 7, Axinn Winter Garden

    All of us have struggled with grief and loss this past year, and all of us have grown and changed in ways we could not have imagined.  Sharing loss and changes can help you and others feel less alone.  We invite you to share your thoughts, poetry, photographs or art in this collaborative art installation by pinning them onto the lines located in the Winter Garden in Axinn.

    Please respond to these three prompts on separate pieces of paper:

    Middlebury College

    Closed to the Public
  • Sunday InterVarsity Small Group

    InterVarsity (@ivmidd) is gearing up to start small groups! If you consider yourself spiritually open or curious, we invite you to explore with us.

    Virtual Middlebury

  • Snow Quidditch Practice

    Snow quidditch is a long standing Middlebury quidditch team tradition. At this practice we will teach you the basics of quidditch, teach some passing (following restrictions on distancing and number of people allowed to gather), and hang out! To allow for as many people to come as possible we will have two seperate sessions running simultaneously on different pitches (one on Battell Beach, one next to Forest). Reach out to quidditch@middlebury.edu if you have any questions!

    Forest Lawn

  • First@Midd Info Session

    Are you a first-generation student looking to make new connections and support incoming first generation students this fall? If so, you may be interested in joining the First@Midd pre-orientation team! Learn more about First@Midd at this casual Q&A event at the Knoll. Previous First@Midd peer leaders will be present to chat with you about their experiences and answer any questions you may have.

    The Knoll

    Closed to the Public
  • Mixed Kids of Middlebury Weekly Meeting

    This week our discussion topic is going to be: has there been a moment (or moments) that really impacted the way you thought about being mixed and what that means? As always, everyone is welcome; come join us!

    Virtual Middlebury

  • Giants Have Us In Their Books

    The Middlebury College Department of Theatre is proud to announce the return of its in-person performances with the presentation of GIANTS HAVE US IN THEIR BOOKS by José Rivera, directed by Alex Draper. In this evening of short plays, Rivera applies his “profuse and sometimes self-consciously fantastical stew of magical realism” to the creation of fables for grown-ups, resulting in “compelling, entertaining and provocative theatre” (San Francisco Examiner).

    Mahaney Arts Center Seeler Studio Theatre

Monday, April 19, 2021

  • Collaborative Art Installation: Reflections on the Year

    Beginning April 7, Axinn Winter Garden

    All of us have struggled with grief and loss this past year, and all of us have grown and changed in ways we could not have imagined.  Sharing loss and changes can help you and others feel less alone.  We invite you to share your thoughts, poetry, photographs or art in this collaborative art installation by pinning them onto the lines located in the Winter Garden in Axinn.

    Please respond to these three prompts on separate pieces of paper:

    Middlebury College

    Closed to the Public
  • Meditation and Breathwork for Relaxation

    This is a drop-in group: come to as many sessions as you’d like. No commitment needed, but you will need to email Brian Tobin for the Zoom link (bstobin@middlebury.edu).

    Guided on Mondays by Brian Tobin, LCMHC and on Fridays by Hollis Easter, MA

    Closed to the Public
  • The Transatlantic Relationship After Trump

    Paul van Hooft’s talk will examine the current relationship between the United States and the European Union, analyzing how the Trump administration weakened that relationship, how each of the two powers think about a rising China, and how the two think about each other.

    Virtual Middlebury

    Open to the Public
  • Snow Quidditch Practice

    Snow quidditch is a long standing Middlebury quidditch team tradition. At this practice we will teach you the basics of quidditch, teach some passing (following restrictions on distancing and number of people allowed to gather), and hang out! To allow for as many people to come as possible we will have two seperate sessions running simultaneously on different pitches (one on Battell Beach, one next to Forest). Reach out to quidditch@middlebury.edu if you have any questions!

    Forest Lawn

  • Dance company of Middlebury performance

    The Dance Company of Middlebury presents work developed collaboratively in coursework over January and spring, investigating the impact of differing sites on watching and participating in a collective creative experience. Free, limited audience capacity, will be available to livestream.

    Battell Beach Tent

    Closed to the Public

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

  • Collaborative Art Installation: Reflections on the Year

    Beginning April 7, Axinn Winter Garden

    All of us have struggled with grief and loss this past year, and all of us have grown and changed in ways we could not have imagined.  Sharing loss and changes can help you and others feel less alone.  We invite you to share your thoughts, poetry, photographs or art in this collaborative art installation by pinning them onto the lines located in the Winter Garden in Axinn.

    Please respond to these three prompts on separate pieces of paper:

    Middlebury College

    Closed to the Public
  • Weekly Politics Luncheon

    Students and the public are invited to attend this weekly nonpartisan discussion of recent political events, hosted by Professor Matthew Dickinson. Held virtually almost every Tuesday 12:30-1:30. Check the calendar for dates. No expertise assumed. All viewpoints welcome. Contact Professor Dickinson at dickinso@middlebury.edu to receive zoom link.

    Virtual Middlebury

    Open to the Public
  • Muriel Miguel: A Retrospective

    Muriel Miguel, founder and Artistic Director of New York City’s Spiderwoman Theater, shares the fascinating journey from her roots in Brooklyn to her landmark contributions to the contemporary feminist and Indigenous theatre movements in the United States, Canada and around the world. Experience her extraordinary life through stories, photos, and video from the last 60 years.

    go/Spiderwoman

    PW: 820978

    Virtual Middlebury

    Closed to the Public