Glenn Andres, professor emeritus of art at Middlebury College, reviews the long history of the Middlebury Municipal building and surrounding area. His talk is illustrated by maps and photos that show how the area has evolved over time, and how the fire affected the high school and town.
Producer: Glenn Andres/MCTV
Middlebury professor and Frost biographer Jay Parini explores how Robert Frost became America’s favorite poet by writing accessible poems, creating a uniquely appealing persona, and pioneering the public reading of poems. Recorded 5/4/16.
Producer: Ilsley Public Library
A rich and jaunty introduction to the Middlebury Rotary Club, and to the
Producer: Jennifer Molineaux
world of Rotary. A panel of esteemed guests talk about some of the projects
this service organization has created, funded and engineered, from epic,
global concerns, such as the eradication of polio, to local endeavors, such
as Green Up Day and posting US flags throughout the community on
significant days of recognition. The guests relate their various paths into
the Club, all compelled by a basic commitment to positively impact their
communities and the world – sharing their humor, their passion and their
infectious optimism. Recorded 5/5/16.
The 2nd annual a cappella concert produced by the United Way of Addison County. Filmed 4/9/16 at Town Hall Theater.
Producer: United Way