Associate Professor of Dance Christal Brown and her dance company, INSPIRIT debuted its breathtaking and unique dance piece titled “What We Ask of Flesh” at the Mahaney Arts Center last weekend. The show took place Nov. 9–11 and was wonderfully abstract, eerie and thought-provoking. Brown’s own experience as a caregiver for patients with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, as well as the work of poet Remica Bingham-Risher, served as central inspirations for the performance.
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Senior living community in Middlebury serves Vermont’s aging population, providing variety of care, activities
With a median age of 42.7 years old, Vermont is the third oldest state in the nation. Nearly one out of every five Vermonters is over the age of 65, according to Peter Nelson, professor of geography.
The Snow Bowl slopes have not opened for the winter season yet, but that has not stopped the college’s ski mountain from welcoming students and community members to its grounds. On Saturday, Nov. 11, the Snow Bowl hosted an open house and artisan market from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. with food, games, vendors, door prizes, live music and a turkey trot dubbed the “Gobble Hobble.”
A historic marker in Court Square in downtown Middlebury commemorating Frederick Douglass’s visit to the town in 1843 was recently revealed by Professor of History Emeritus Bill Hart and Town Manager Kathleen Ramsey. The ceremony took place 180 years after his visit, on Sept. 22, 2023.