Nosferatu at the Big Picture Theater

Tonight, the Big Picture Theater’s Film Club is presenting F.W. Murnau’s Nosferatu, a 1922 silent film with live accompaniment from piano player Will Ogmundson.

The film, a take on the story of Dracula, a German Expressionist horror film, and according to Wikipedia, is an unauthorized adaptation of the book:

Vampire Count Orlok expresses interest in a new residence and real estate agent Hutter’s wife. Silent classic based on the story “Dracula.”

It looks like it could be a fun evening. A discussion will follow the film. Tickets are $8 per person.

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Geek Things for June 8th

  • Computer Lesson, 9:30AM, Champlain Senior Center, McClure MultiGenerational Center, Burlington. $5 donation. (Computers)
  • Historic Tours, 9AM–5PM, Wilson Castle, Proctor. $10. (Castles)
  • RPG Game Club, 3–5PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Teens)
  • Michael Tougias – “Indian Wars of New England,” 7PM, Greater Hartford United Church of Christ, White River Junction. Free. (History)
  • Red Cross Blood Drive, 12:30-5:30pm, Baptist Fellowship Church, Randolph. (Vampires)
  • Fairbanks Community of Observers, 6-7pm, Hunger Mtn Coop, FREE, Pre-reg. 223-8004 x202. Montpelier. (Observation)
  • Magic Booster Draft – $12, 6pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • Naruto, 4:30pm – 8:00pm, The Gamer’s Grotto, Bennington. (Gaming)
  • Wednesday Night Board gaming at Triple Play, 6:00pm – 10:30pm, Triple Play, Lebanon NH. (Gaming)
  • D&D Encounter, 6:00pm – 8:30pm, The Gamers Grotto, Bennington. (Gaming)

 

Geek Things for March 2nd


  • Small Agricultural Business Workshop, 7:15PM, Hazen Union High School, Hardwick. $15 per class. (Agriculture)
  • Renewable Energy Workshop, 6–7PM, Hunger Mountain Co-op, Montpelier. Free. (Energy)
  • ‘Smart About Solar’, 7–8:30PM, Library, Charlotte Central School, Charlotte. Free. (Solar)
  • American Red Cross Blood Drive, 12–5:30PM, Shelburne Town Hall, Shelburne. Free. (Vampires)
  • Chittenden County Philatelic Club, 6:15PM, GE Healthcare Building, South Burlington. Free. (Stamps)
  • Milton Historical Society Meeting, 6PM, Milton Historical Society, Milton. Free. (History)
  • ‘Tech Savvy’, 6–8PM, Bradford Public Library, Bradford. Free. (Skype)
  • ‘Restless’, 7PM, Spaulding Auditorium, Hopkins Center, Dartmouth College, Hanover. $5-7. (Films)
  • High School Book Group, 5–6PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Teens)
  • Middle School Book Group, 4–5PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Teens)
  • Annelise Orleck – “Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire & its lasting impact on workplace safety laws”, 7PM, Rutland Free Library, Rutland. Free. (Talk)
  • ‘Communities and Justice: Inequality and Innovation in America’s Justice System’, 7PM, Middlebury College, Middlebury. Free. (Talk)
  • ‘Death With Dignity: From Oregon to Vermont’, 6:30PM, St. Albans Historical Museum, St. Albans. Free. (Talk))
  • Dr. François Clemmons – “If You Don’t Want Your Slave to Speak Freely, You Should Forbid Him to Sing!”, 7PM, First United Methodist Church, Burlington. Free. (Talk)
  • Dr. Mary Childers – “A memoirist discusses her broken childhood in Welfare Brat”, 7PM, Ilsley Public Library, Middlebury. Free. (Talk)
  • Paul Searls – Two Vermonts: Geography and Identity, 1865-1910, 7PM, St. Johnsbury Athenaeum, St. Johnsbury. Free. (Talk)
  • Vermont Law Symposium – “China’s Environmental Governance: Global Challenges and Comparative Solutions,” 9:30AM, Vermont Law School, South Royalton. Free. (Talk)
  • Writers’ Group, 7–9PM, Johnson Public Library, Johnson. Free. (Writing)
  • Magic Booster Draft – $12, 6pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • Global and Regional Studies Brown Bag Lecture, 12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. — Old Mill John Dewey Lounge 325, UVM, Burlington. (Talk)
  • Physics Department Colloquium – “A Luttinger Liquid Core Inside Helium-4 Filled Nanopores “, 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., Davis Student Center, The Mildred Livak Room, UVM, Burlington. (Physics)
  • The Writer’s Workshop fiction reading – Bonnie Jo Campbell, 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Old Mill John Dewey Lounge 325, UVM, Burlington. (Writing)
  • Naruto, 4:30pm – 8:00pm, The Gamer’s Grotto, Bennington. (Gaming)
  • Wednesday Night Board gaming at Triple Play, 6:00pm – 10:30pm, Triple Play, Lebanon, New Hampshire. (Gaming)
  • D&D Encounter, 6:00pm – 8:30pm, The Gamers Grotto, Bennington. (Gaming)
  • Atwater Blood Drive 2010 -2011, 11am – 4pm, McCullough Social Space, Atwater Commons, Middlebury College, Middlebury. (Vampires)
  • “Liberals and Immigration: A Philosophical Perspective”, 4:30 – 6pm, Franklin Environmental Center 103, Middlebury College, Middlebury. (Talk)
  • Seuss Stories!, 10:00 PM, Barnes and Noble, South Burlington. (Kids)
  • Psychology Lunch program: Student presentations, 12pm, Webb 107, Norwich University, Northfield. (Talk)

 

Geek Things for March 1st

 

American Red Cross Blood Drive: Burlington, 10:30AM–4PM, Champlain College, Burlington. Free. (Vampires)
Daily Design Challenge, 12PM, ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center, Burlington. Regular admission, $8.50-10.50; free for kids 2 and under. (Kids)
Science & Stories – Moose, 11AM, ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center, Burlington. Regular admission, $8.50-10.50; free for kids 2 and under. (Kids, Moose)
‘Communities and Justice: Inequality and Innovation in America’s Justice System’, 4:30PM, 7:30PM, Middlebury College, Middlebury. Free. (Criminal Justice)
‘Sustaining Sustainable Enterprises in the New Decade’, 7:30PM, Memorial Lounge, Waterman Building, UVM, Burlington. Free. (Talk)
Boardgame Night, 6pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games, Burlington. (Gaming)
HeroClix!, 7:30pm – 11:00pm, Game Lounge, Quarterstaff Games, Burlington. (Gaming)
“Environment, Health and Transportation Systems Design,” 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Living and Learning Commons, room 315, UVM Campus, Burlington. (Talk)
Author Appearance: Daniel Drezner – Presenting “Theories of International Politics and Zombies”, 7pm – 8pm, Cambridge, MA. http://nescifievents.org/?p=2266 (SciFi)
Communities & Justice US Prison System, 4:30 – 6pm, McCardell Bicentennial 220, Middlebury College, Middlebury. (Talk)
“From Alexander the Great to Mubarak: Reporting on History and Politics in the Middle East’, 4:30 – 6pm Robert A Jones Conference Room, Middlebury College, Middlebury. (Talk)

 

Geek Things for February 24th


  • Janus FOrum – Vermont Yankee: Keep It Running or Shut It Down?, 4:00pm – 5:30pm, Silver Maple Ballroom, Dudley H. Davis Center, UVM, Burlington. (Talk)
  • Chess Club, 7PM, Faith United Methodist Church, South Burlington. $2-3. (Chess)
  • Skate Derby Blood Drive, 1–6PM, Comfort Inn & Suites, Plattsburgh. Donations accepted. (Vampires)
  • ‘Memento’, 7PM, Loew Auditorium, Hopkins Center, Dartmouth College, Hanover. $5-7. (Movies)
  • ‘Mother Nature’s Child: Growing Outdoors in the Media Age’, 2:30PM, Montshire Museum of Science, Norwich. Free with museum admission, $10-12; free for kids under 2. (Documentaries)
  • ‘Blow Things Up With Will!’, 10:30AM–12PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Kids)
  • Chess, 3–4:30PM, Brownell Library, Essex Junction. Free. (Chess)
  • Daily Design Challenge, 12PM, ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center, Burlington. Regular admission, $8.50-10.50; free for kids 2 and under. (Kids)
  • Open Computer Time, 3–4:30PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Teens)
  • Poetry-Writing Group, 4:30–5:30PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Teens, Poetry)
  • ‘Puzzles, Puzzles, Puzzles!’, 8:30AM–6PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Puzzles)
  • School Vacation Fun, Preregister, 1–3PM, Vermont History Museum, Montpelier. $3-5; family rates available. (Kids)
  • ‘The Nature of February’, 10:30AM, 1:30PM, Mad River Glen Ski Area, Fayston. $15-25; $65 per family of four. (Outdoors)
  • Charles A. Dana Lecture Series “French-Heritage Resonance Sites and the Shaping of America: Bringing Artifacts to Life With Self-Learning.” 12:15–1PM, Multipurpose Room, Kreitzberg Library, Norwich University, Northfield. Free. (Talk)
  • Devin Pendas, “Murder, Genocide and the Challenges of Legal Interpretation” 5-7pm, Oakes 007, Vermont Law School, South Royalton. Free. (Talk)
  • Lunch & Learn – The Queen City’s art scene, 12–3PM, Ohavi Zedek Synagogue, Burlington. Donations accepted. (Talk)
  • Rubenstein Graduate Seminar Series – “The Emerald Ash Borer Invasion of North America: Ecological Impacts and the Quest for Resistance.” 4pm, 127 Jeffords Hall, University of Vermont, Burlington. Free. (Talk)
  • Wendell Potter – How Corporate PR Is Killing Health Care and Deceiving Americans, 12:15-1:30pm, Room 11, Vermont Statehouse, Montpelier. Free. (Talk)
  • ‘Antigone’, 8PM, FlynnSpace, Burlington. $20; $10 for Champlain College staff with ID; free for Champlain College students with ID. (Theater)
  • ‘Eurydice’, 8PM, Moore Theater, Hopkins Center, Dartmouth College, Hanover. $5-16. (Theater)
  • ”Star Trek’ Live, 7PM, Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center, Stowe Mountain Resort, Stowe. $13-20. (Star Trek)
  • Open Miniatures Tables!, 5pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games Gamespace, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • TotalCon, Feb 24 – 27 2011, Mansfield, Massachusetts (Convention)
  • Homeschoolers’ Series: Magnets and Electricity, Members $54, non-members $60. Register online. Monshire Museum of Science, Norwich. (Kids)
  • 10:30 a.m.-noon for children ages 6-8
  • 1-2:30 p.m. for children ages 9-12
  • ES Program Woodin Colloquium, 12:30-1:30pm, Franklin Environmental Center 103, Middlebury College, Middlebury. (Talk)
  • A conversation with American Book Award-winning cartoonist and journalist Joe Sacco, 5:00pm, Kemeny 008, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH (Cartooning)

 

Geek Things for February 10th

  • American Red Cross Blood Drive, 2–7PM, Charlotte Senior Center, Charlotte. Free. (Vampires)
  • Chess Club, 7PM, Faith United Methodist Church, South Burlington. $2-3. (Chess)
  • ‘The Dark Side of Chocolate’, 5:30–7:30PM, City Market, Burlington. Free, preregister. (Food)
  • Open Computer Time, 3–4:30PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Teens)
  • Poetry-Writing Group, 4:30–5:30PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Teens)
  • Colman McCarthy, “Building a more peaceful world”, 7PM, Casella Theater, Castleton State College, Castleton. Free; tickets required. (Peace)
  • Dr. Elliott Fisher, “Achieving a Sustainable Health Care System.”, 4pm, Farrell Room, St. Edmund’s Hall, St. Michael’s College, Colchester. Free. (Health Care)
  • Walter Kulash – “Transportation and Community Character,” 7PM, Dana Auditorium, Sunderland Language Center, Middlebury College, Middlebury. Free. (Transportation)
  • Todd Lecture Series – Lieutenant General John F. Kelley, 7pm, Plumley Armory, Norwich University, Northfield. Free. (Military)
  • ‘Dracula’, 7:30PM, Hartman Theatre, Myers Fine Arts Building, SUNY Plattsburgh, Plattsburgh. $2-10. (Vampires, Theater)
  • ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’, 7PM, Dibden Center for the Arts, Johnson State College, Johnson. $5. (Shakespeare, Theater)
  • Book Discussion Series: ‘World War II: The Loss of the Age of Innocence’ in Joseph Heller’s Catch-22, 6:30PM, Fairfax Community Library, Fairfax. Free. (Reading)
  • Sigma Xi lecture: “DNA at the Dinnertable: The Global Politics of Genetically Modified Food”, 5:30pm, Norwich University, Northfield. (Genetics)
  • Exhibit: Raise the Roof, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, ECHO, Burlington. Free with admission (Kids)
  • Teacher Workshop: Growing Things: an Introduction to the Insights Curriculum, 9am to 3pm, Monshire Museum, Norwich. $55, pre-registration required. Register online. (Teaching)
  • Open Miniatures Tables!, 5pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games, Burlington. (Gaming)

Geek Things for January 28th

  • ‘Pollinate & Cultivate: Seeding the Future of Our Food’, 8:30AM–5PM, Vermont Law School, South Royalton. Preregister, Free to the public; $25 for those seeking CLE credits. (Food)
  • American Red Cross Blood Drive: South Burlington, 9AM–2:30PM, FairPoint Communications, South Burlington. Free. (Vampires)
  • ‘Name That Movie!’, 5–6PM, The CinéClub, Savoy Theater, Montpelier. $2.50. (Trivia)
  • Banff Mountain Film Festival, 7PM, Davis Center, UVM, Burlington. $10-12. (Film)
  • ‘Alice in Wonderland’, 6:30PM, Orchard School, South Burlington. Free; tickets required. (Kids)
  • Comics Club, 3:30–5PM, Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Montpelier. Free. (Kids, Comics)
  • Fairfax Playgroup, 9–10:30AM, Bellows Free Academy – Fairfax, Fairfax. Free. (Kids)
  • Family Movie – “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice”, 6:30–8:15PM, Brownell Library, Essex Junction. Free. (Movies)
  • Kids’ Movie – “Nanny McPhee Returns”, 3PM, Dorothy Alling Memorial Library, Williston. Free. (Movies)
  • Science & Stories – Properties of Ice, 11AM, ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center, Burlington. Regular admission, $8.50-10.50; free for kids 2 and under. (Kids)
  • Dr. Richard Foote – “Symmetry and the ‘Monster’: Mathematics as the Ultimate Complex System”, 3:45PM, Cheray Science Hall, St. Michael’s College, Colchester. Free. (Math)
  • Peter Lynch – Recap of a decade of an environmentally charged exchange between high schoolers in Vermont and south China, 7–8:30PM, Unitarian Church, Montpelier. Donations accepted. (Science)
  • Neko Case – ‘Storytelling? An Evening of Performances, Poetry and Puppetry’, 7:30PM, Alexander Twilight Theatre, Lyndon State College, Lyndonville. $39-100. (Music)
  • ‘The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe’, 7:30PM, Briggs Opera House, White River Junction. $5-58. (Theater)
  • Market Day at Birka XXIIM – Barony of Stonemarche, Manchester, NH (SCA)
  • FNM – Friday Night Magic – Type 2 / Standard – $8 Entry Fee, 6pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • FNM – Friday Night Magic, The Book Garden, Montpelier. (Gaming)
  • Teacher Workshop: Investigations into Inquiry: Linking Science and Mathematics, 9am to 3pm, Monshire Museum of Science, Norwich. $105, preregistration required. (Teaching)
  • Westford Strategy Board Gaming, 6pm – 11pm, Westford Public Library, Westford, VT (Gaming)
  • Friday Night Magic — Constructed, 6pm – 10pm, The Gamer’s Grotto, Bennington. (Gaming)
  • Poetry Slam. Bring two original 3-min poems for a chance to win book prizes, 6:30pm, Aldrich Public Library, Barre. Info. 433-1706. (Poetry)

 

Geek Things for January 27th


  • ‘Pollinate & Cultivate: Seeding the Future of Our Food’ Preregister. 8:45AM–7PM, Vermont Law School, South Royalton. Free to the public; $25 for those seeking CLE credits. (Food)
  • American Red Cross Blood Drive: Burlington, 3–6PM, Dunkin’ Donuts, Riverside Ave., Burlington. Free. (Vampires)
  • American Red Cross Blood Drive: Norwich, 1–6PM, Tracy Hall, Norwich. Free. (VampireS)
  • Chess Club, 7PM, Faith United Methodist Church, South Burlington. $2-3. (Chess)
  • Mt. Mansfield Scale Modelers, 6:30–8:30PM, Brownell Library, Essex Junction. Free. (Models)
  • Book Lust Club, 3–4:30PM, Brownell Library, Essex Junction. Free. (Books)
  • Open Computer Time, 3–4:30PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Computers)
  • Dr. Freeman A. Hrabowski – “The Role of the Liberal Arts in a 21st-Century Education: Dreams and Values.” 7PM, McCarthy Arts Center, St. Michael’s College, Colchester. Free. (Talk)
  • ‘The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe’, 2PM, 7:30PM, Briggs Opera House, White River Junction. $5-58. (Theater)
  • James M. Tabor – “Blind Descent: The Quest to Discover the Deepest Place on Earth” Reading. Seating is limited; make reservations at nefcu.com. 5:30–6:30PM, New England Federal Credit Union, Williston. Free. (Adventure)
  • Story Time, 11AM, Bud & Bella’s Bookshop, Randolph. Free. (Reading)
  • Open Miniatures Tables!, 5pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games Gamespace, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • China Renewable Energy Information Session, 6-7:30pm, Davis Student Center, Chittenden Bank Room, UVM. (China)
  • Teacher Workshop: Investigations into Inquiry: Linking Science and Literacy, 1:00pm to 4:00pm, Monshire Museum of Science, Norwich. $45, preregistration required. (Teaching)
  • Family Game Night, 6:00, Borders, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • Family Game Night, 6:00, Borders, West Lebanon, NH. (Gaming)

Geek Things for January 21st

  • American Red Cross Blood Drive: Windsor, 12:30–5:30PM, American Legion, Windsor. Free. (Vampires)
  • ‘Name That Movie!, 5–6PM, The CinéClub, Savoy Theater, Montpelier. $2.50. (Trivia, Movies)
  • ‘Visioning Into the Future; Grounding in the Present’, 5:45–7:30AM, The Center for Sustainable Practice, White River Junction. Free. (Futurism)
  • Comics Club, 3:30–5PM, Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Montpelier. Free. (Comics)
  • Science & Stories, 11AM, ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center/Leahy Center for Lake Champlain, Burlington. Regular admission, $8.50-10.50; free for kids 2 and under. (Kids)
  • ‘Wii-tastic!’, 3–4:30PM, Brownell Library, Essex Junction. Free. (Kids)
  • Full Moon Snowshoe Trek, 7PM, Mad River Glen Ski Area, Fayston. $15-25; $65 per family of four, Preregister. (Outdoors)
  • Scott Borg (How Cyber attacks change international relations and defense), Lunch is provided; advance registration is required. 12PM, Middlebury College, Middlebury. Free. (Cyber Defense)
  • ‘Sea Room’, 7:30PM, Off Center for the Dramatic Arts, Burlington. $7-20. (Theater)
  • ‘The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe’, 7PM, Briggs Opera House, White River Junction. $5-58. (Theater)
  • Kate Messner, “Teachers Who Write, and Writers Who Teach”, 4:30PM, Barnes & Noble, South Burlington. Free. (Writing)
  • ‘Writing as an Art Form’, 11AM–1PM, Chaffee Art Center, Rutland. Donations accepted. (Writing)
  • FNM – Friday Night Magic – Draft – $15 Entry Fee, 6pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • Friday Night Magic, The Book Garden, Montpelier. (Gaming)
  • Density of Liquids , 11:30am, Montshire Museum of Science, Norwich. (Kids, Science)
  • Gearing Up, 3:00pm, Montshire Museum of Science, Norwich. (Kids, Science)
  • Running GAGG XV: A Glitch in the Matrix, Jan 21 – 23 2011, SUNY Geneseo, Geneseo, NY (Conventions)
  • Friday Night Magic — Constructed, 6pm – 10pm, The Gamer’s Grotto, Bennington. (Gaming)
  • Art Opening, “The Dark Side”, 5:30-7:30pm, Studio Place Arts, Barre. Info. 479-7069. (Art)
  • 6th Annual Northfield Art Show. 12-9pm, Reception 7-9 pm, Northfield Historical Society & Brown Public Library, Northfield. 485-8910. (Art)

 

Geek Things for January 20th

  • Transition Town Montpelier – “Vermont Climate Change and the Great Transition.”, 6–8PM, Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Montpelier. Free. (Climate Change)
  • American Red Cross Blood Drive: Waterbury, 12–5:30PM, St. Leo’s Hall, Waterbury. Free. (Blood Drive)
  • American Red Cross Blood Drive: Groton, 12:30-5:30pm, Groton Community Building, Groton. (Vampires)
  • Chess Club, 7PM, Faith United Methodist Church, South Burlington. $2-3. (Chess)
  • Indoor Garden Workshop, 6–7PM, Hunger Mountain Co-op, Montpelier. $10-12, Preregister. (Gardening)
  • MountainTop Film Festival, 5–10PM, Big Picture Theater & Café, Waitsfield. $6-8. (Films)
  • ‘The Dragon Wall’, 7PM, River Arts Center, Morrisville. $5 suggested donation. (Dragons)
  • ‘Snug In the Snow’, 10–11AM, Green Mountain Audubon Center, Huntington. $8-10 per adult/child pair; $4 per additional child. (Kids)
  • Café Scientifique – Genetic engineering of our food supply and disease research, 6:30–8:30PM, ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center/Leahy Center for Lake Champlain in Burlington. Free; for ages 21 and up; cash bar. (Science)
  • Scott Borg, (The chief economist for the U.S. Cyber Consequences Unit on the value of cyber security), 7PM, Perry Hall, Champlain College, Burlington. Free. (Cyber Security)
  • ‘Sea Room’, 7:30PM, Off Center for the Dramatic Arts, Burlington. $7-20. (Theater)
  • ‘The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe’, 7:30PM, Briggs Opera House, White River Junction. $5-58. (Theater)
  • Booked for Lunch, the basics of reading and writing biographies, 12PM, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free. (Reasearch)
  • Story Time, 11AM, Bud & Bella’s Bookshop, Randolph. Free. (Reading)
  • Open Miniatures Tables!, 5pm – 11pm, Quarterstaff Games Gamespace, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • Situating Sustainability in Curriculum, 12:30 – 2:30pm, Franklin Environmental Center 103, Middlebury College, Middlebury. (Sustainability)
  • Geography Recruiting Lecture, Geospatial Approaches to Water Resource Geography and Undergraduate Education, 4:15, McCardell Bicentennial Hall 104, Middlebury College, Middlebury. (Geography)
  • Panel Discussion, Athletics and Arts as Agents of Social Change, 7:00pm, Wright Theater, Middlebury College, Middlebury. (Social Change)
  • Family Game Night, 6:00pm, Borders, Burlington. (Gaming)
  • Family Game Night, 6:00pm, Borders, Lebanon, NH. (Gaming)