Middlebury Community Classic Film Club

High Noon
Thursday, February 28, 7 p.m.

High Noon will be our first film in our new series on
courage. This 1952 Western classic pits an honest
marshal against a criminal gang out to take over the
town. When no one will stand with him, what will he
do? Gary Cooper, Grace Kelly and a wonderful
supporting cast create great drama as the moment
of truth arrives and courage is called for. Free screening, coffee, and cookies. READ MORE

Migrant Justice

Vermont Migrant Farm Workers and Their Families
Tuesday, March 19, 7:00 pm

Come learn about the migrant farm workers in Addison County and throughout the state from representatives of Vermont Migrant Justice. Using local professionals and experienced migrant volunteers, Migrant Justice provides education and support in navigating the US medical, legal and cultural systems for migrants and their families. They also act as advocates both locally and legislatively in Montpelier for the migrant population. Sponsored by the Middlebury chapter of the American Association of University Women (AAUW). Free and open to the public. (Photo Credit: Caleb Kenna)


First Wednesday Talk

What You Didn’t Know about Evangelicanism
Wednesday, May 22, 7 p.m.

Most Americans associate evangelicals with the hard-right precincts of the Republican Party. But as Dartmouth religion professor Randall Balmer explains, evangelicalism in America has a much longer and more complex history, including a distinguished pedigree of working for progressive reforms. What happened? This talk was originally scheduled to take place on February 6.