January 9th, 2013
Burger & Brew Tuesday
$6 Vermont Burgers • $3 Vermont Beers
Midd Night Thursday
1/2 Price Appetizers for Students • Faculty • Staff • Retirees • Alumni
(with Middlebury College ID card)
Friday, January 11 | 9pm–Midnight
Led by master Syrian violinist, oudist and composer Anwar Diab Agha, Grup Anwar (meaning ‘luminous’ in Arabic) was formed in the fall of 2011 to bring the classical and classic popular music of the Arab world to a wider audience in the North Country of New England and New York.
*Closed for a private event on Jan. 12
Wednesday, January 16│8 – 10pm
Join us every 3rd Wednesday for Blues Jam. Dennis Willmott from Left Eye Jump will provide lead guitar, bass, and drums and these guys will back you up or take a break and let you play. All musicians and blues fans are welcome! Everyone will get a chance to play.
Local Through the Mouths of Locals
Thursday, January 17 | 5–6:30pm
Join us for an artist talk and reception with Middlebury College senior, Jordie Ricigliano. “Local Through the Mouths of Locals” is a photo-documentary exhibition of local life around the country. The photos capture patterns in food movements happening in both urban and rural areas.
Max Godfrey and Elias Alexander
Friday, January 18 | 7–9pm
This duo brings unmatched soul to acoustic traditional American folk and blues. Their music rises from a place of deep-rootedness to astonish and completely include you in a vortex of homeyness, laughter, and profundity.
Friday, January 18 | 9–11pm
Middlebury College’s UMOJA African Society presents a Pan-Africanist multi-arts collaborative performance and open mic featuring Middlebury students performing poetry, a cappella, dance, and theatre. Closing the gap between Africa and its diaspora, we will celebrate the lives and work of Maya Angelou, Marcus Garvey, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Nelson Mandela, Wangari Maathai, and Kwame Nkrumah.
Saturday, January 19 | 10pm–Midnight
Middlebury College’s only student funk band, Stoop Kid continues to rain face-melting New Orleans-style funk onto the helpless citizens of the area. Powered by an antique, rusted groove-machine they found in George Clinton’s garage, they cause booties to shake prodigiously wherever they go.