KELLY HICKEY, MANAGER of Bundle, and Lisa Mitchell, co-founder of Middlebury UndergrounD, are partnerting to host “Memorable Dishes” — an evening of tasty tales at 51 Main Street in Middlebury on Friday, Nov. 1, from 5:30-7 p.m. Everyone is welcome to come, listen and, if inspired, share their own stories.
Independent photo/Steve James
MIDDLEBURY — Food, oh, glorious food! It’s an amazing catalyst.
Sure, sometimes it’s the same boring cabbage salad you bring to work five days a week, but other times, food can excite our senses, spur conversation and connect us to people and places around the world.
And that’s worth biting into.
Lisa Mitchell, co-founder of Middlebury UndergrounD (MUD) and Kelly Hickey, manager of Bundle, thought so too. So they partnered and are co-hosting a pop-up event called “Memorable Dishes” on Friday, Nov. 1, from 5:30-7 p.m., at 51 Main Street in downtown Middlebury.
Memorable Dishes is a free,...
JUTTA MISKA, LEFT, and Jeannette Gyukeri bring some clothing from the Buy Again Alley
business in Middlebury’s Frog Hollow into the retail space at 60 Main St., the former home of the Bundle pop-up events center. Bundle has moved to 51 Main St., most recently occupied by The Rough Cut Restaurant. Independent photo/Steve James
MIDDLEBURY — Main Street Middlebury will welcome a new enterprise later this month when the Buy Again Alley store moves from Frog Hollow into the 60 Main St. storefront recently vacated by Bundle, a pop-up events center launched this past April.
Meanwhile, Bundle will continue its sporadic workshops, classes and product showcases in a new, nearby venue: 51 Main St., which most recently hosted The Rough Cut Restaurant. Middlebury College holds the lease on the 51 Main St. space and has agreed to host Bundle for the same rent the venture paid at its former location, according to Better...
MIDDLEBURY — As construction workers prepared to resume work on a massive rail bridges project that will usher in a new chapter for downtown Middlebury, some of the community’s most seasoned citizens gathered on Monday to reminisce about yesteryear’s Main Street and the characters who helped shape it.
The event was called “Back in the Day,” co-sponsored by the Ilsley Public Library and a local storytelling group called “Story Matters.” Anyone with recollections of downtown Middlebury between the 1940s and 1980s was invited to join the storytelling exchange held at the Bundle pop-up space at...
MIDDLEBURY — With the downtown bridge project, Middlebury is experiencing change on a large scale. This is not the first time such changes have occurred. With this in mind, Story Matters and the Ilsley Public Library will host “Back in the Day,” a special storytelling event to share stories of downtown Middlebury in days of yore, at Bundle, 60 Main St., on Monday, Aug. 5.
Anyone who remembers downtown Middlebury in the 1940s, ’50s, ’60s, ’70s and ’80s is invited to join in this story telling exchange — or just come and listen. No doubt there will be recollections of the time when pharmacies...