Each year H.O.P.E (Helping Overcome Poverty’s Effects) hosts a Holiday Shop that helps families provide gifts for their children that make the holiday season that much more special. Please consider supporting Addison County families through H.O.P.E’s annual Holiday Gift Shop! Sign up by visiting go/holidayshop or visit the Center for Community Engagement (20 Old Chapel Road, DKE House) to pick an idea off of the Wishlist Tree. You can sign up any time before December 12th, either individually or with a group of colleagues or friends, and bring an unwrapped gift worth $25 (ideas provided in sign-up) to the Center for Community Engagement between 9:00 am – 5:00 pm by Wednesday, December 12th.
If you have any questions, please e-mail Sarah Litwiller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your continued support of this wonderful program. H.O.P.E. counts tremendously on Middlebury College’s consistent and generous participation.
Middlebury College, home of Muggle Quidditch, is continuing its tradition of magic with this year’s Middlebury Classic Quidditch Festival. Over a dozen teams from around New England will battle on the pitch in this goofy sport. Last year, over 700 people took part in the festival, enjoying potion demonstrations, quidditch workshops, food trucks, acrobatics, face painting and visiting bands. All are invited to participate in activities and watch performances throughout the day at this family-friendly festival.
The Middlebury Quidditch team proudly hosts the festival, but creating such a magical day is a community effort. Information and interest forms for teams, vendors, non-profits, and volunteers are available online at: www.go.middlebury.edu/quidditch. For more info, check out the Facebook event.
Also: Starting now, keep your eyes out downtown for five snitches hidden in local businesses in the “Snitch Hunt” leading up to the event!