WHO WE ARE
The Middleburg Community Center is unique in that it is a true community center. Supported by the community, for the community, the citizens of Middleburg have assured that the Community Center remains a pristine public space for all ever since our doors opened in 1949. Come and enjoy the picnic grounds, garden, playgrounds, pool and other outdoor spaces. Sign up for a class, or stop in at one of our many public events. Visit our online calendar to learn more about upcoming events.
Join your fellow neighbors, and make a donation to lend your support to this historic and elegant institution in your own backyard.
And contact us for your next event!
2018 Annual Report:
2019 BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Mrs. Mimi Abel Smith
Mrs. Carmen R. Arwine
Mrs. Melanie A. Blunt
Mr. Robert Carter
Mr. W. Carey Crane, III
Mrs. Susan S. Long
Mr. James A. Pearson
Mr. David B. Quanbeck
Mr. James K. Thompson
Mr. Richard T. Williams
Mr. Thomas R. Wiseman, II
Mrs. Bethann Laign-Beeman
Mrs. Helen MacMahon
Secretary: Mr. Treavor D. Lord
Treasurer: Mr. Joseph Litterio
Mrs. Magalen O. Bryant
Mrs. Nicole H. Perry
Miss Catherine C. Murdock
Tim Cole: Buildings & Grounds Supervisor
Martin Sandoval: Building Maintenance
We are always in need of volunteers
MEMORIES . . .
We asked you what your fondest memory of the community center is. Here's what you told us . . .
Cooking & serving food at the Senior Luncheon
Dancing School with my husband 1952-1953
Dancing School with my wife 1952-1953
Learning to walk the runway
Screaming in pain in Barre Class
"It Was Mostly Fun" which Thornton Saffer wrote about growing up with my parents.
Our wedding reception in 1974.
My retirement party.
Middleburg Business & Professional Associations' speed networking.
The Hill School Auction
Wonderful parties and community fundraisers
Socializing with local folks
Children's parade during the 4th of July Celebration
The first time I attended "Art in the Piedmont" and realized how much local art talent is here in Middleburg
Shakespeare In the Burg!! So wonderful!
Cabin Fever Ball
Duck pin bowling in the 1960's
Middleburg Film Festival