Grab your knitting, spinning, crocheting, needlepoint or favorite fiber project and join AmericanNeedleWorks.com in the park on Saturday June 13, 2015 (World Wide Knit in Public Day) from 11 am to 5 pm. The event will feature local fiber arts instructors and demonstrators and wonderful goodies as well as a yarn tasting of luxurious Plymouth Yarns. It’s a great venue to share your handiwork and learn from other enthusiasts.
“I am so excited about this opportunity to share AmericanNeedleWorks.com studio and my love of fiber arts with the community.”
Local artisans will be demonstrating knitting, crocheting, needlepoint, rag and rug weaving, rigid heddle weaving and spinning.
There is a Block-a-Month Blanket class and a Beginning Needlepoint class available to take the day of the event. Please call the studio to sign up in advance.
The event will take place in the park across the street from AmericanNeedleWorks.com at 10 North Street, Middletown, NY on June 13, 2015 from 11 am to 5 pm. In case of inclement weather, the event will be held in the studio. Chairs and beverages will be provided. Tasty treats and lunch are available adjacent to the park at Something Sweet Dessert Café and The Sugar Shack. For more information call 845-699-6405.
The Middletown BID would like to welcome Literacy Orange to our Downtown Area!
A Non-profit organization, Literacy Orange is a volunteer based adult literacy provider formed through a merger of Literacy Volunteers of Eastern Orange County and Literacy Volunteers of Western Orange County. They are dedicated to raising the literacy rate in our community through one-to-one or small group adult tutoring. Recently, they have acquired space at 90 North Street, and we could be more proud. Currently in the United States, an estimated 30 Million people over the age of sixteen read no better than the average Elementary School Child. Having this institution in our community is a wonderful asset.
For more information on Literacy Orange, Feel free to visit there website. Click Here!
Our Annual Holiday Tree has arrived at Festival Square!
Thank you to all the people who turned out the watch and celebrate with us today.
Thank you very much, without the following groups:
Keith Reddick, for the donation of the tree.
Regional Trucking, for the transportation and machinery used for cutting the tree.
John Tresch of J H M Tree Services, for cutting and trimming our tree.
The City of Middletown DPW & Recreations and Park Department, for the machinery and man power.
And the combined efforts in the spirit of Municipal Cooperation of the Town of Wallkill and The City of Middletown Police Departments in blocking off traffic and escorting our lovely tree to festival square.
Rotolo & Son Inc. Electrical Contractors, for placing the lights on the tree Saturday, November 14th.
Be Sure come out and join us for our Parade and Tree Lighting, November 28th at 6 PM
Feel Free to Browse through the photos that were taken along the way.
Mayor Joseph M. DeStefano announces the opening of the Maple Hill Dog Park, a significant addition to the Parks System, at a press conference to be held on Friday, October 24, 2014.
Announcement will take place as follows:
DATE: Friday, October 24, 2014
LOCATION: Maple Hill Dog Park
County Route 78 entrance (old softball/baseball field site)
Feel free to stop by, and bring your dog. (For City of Middletown Residents, and dogs licensed with the city)
Check out the Guide Lines For Maple Hill Dog Park
Another Ribbon Cutting/Grand Opening took place in Downtown Middletown, Friday October 3rd at 6 PM. We are pleased to welcome Diana's Treasures, Antiques & Collectibles, located at 5 East Main Street, Middletown. Full of wonderful China, Decroative Pieces, a large Knife collection, and so much more, there is something for everyone at Diana's Treasures! Feel Free to Give them a call at (845) 239-4517 to find out more about there shop & hours. Don't forget to stop by and find that perfect gift for someone!
On Friday, September 26th 2014, The Middletown Mayor, Joseph DeStefano honored the late Vince Dino at the site where the popular club, Dino's Lounge used to be. A plaque recognized the Middletown All-Star was unveild much to the crowds delight. This dedication and honor was presented by Mayor DeStefano, Council President, Miguel Rodrigues and members of the common council, and was unveiled by Vince Dino's own daughter Barbara and her Family.
Dino was known for attracting national acts during the Rock & Roll Era, such as Chubby Checker, Little Anthony & the Imperials, the Dupree's, the Coasters and a host of other local bands. Dino's influence spanned beyond local night life to many youngsters who grew up playing organized sports.
The Ninth Annual Orange Regional Medical Center Run 4 Downtown was a wonderful success on August 16th. We could not have asked for a better morning, as Participants turned out for the 4K Race & Zumba. Volunteers and Spectators watched as Walkers started close to 8:45 AM, Women started close to 9:00 AM, and Men started close to 9:04 AM. The crowd also got to watch our Zumba Participants start soon after the run had begun. The Taste of the Town was set up as the crowd waited to see who would return first. Adam Malek took that honor this year, from Providence, Rhode Island. To see the full results click here! By 10:15 the final racer had returned and the Taste of the Town began in full swing. Venders lined North Street Distributing goodies and treats, and something good to eat as well. Soon the sounds of Murali Coryell took the stage and for the crowd to enjoy. The trophies were handed out to each age group of the race, and to the champions of the race. Medals were also given out to those that performed in the Middletown Triple Challenge. A big thanks goes out to all who helped sponsor the event.
Paticularly Something Sweet Dessert & Cafe, Orange Regional Medical Center, The YMCA of Middletown, Shoprite, Poor Bobby's Hard Times Tavern, Well Care, Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery and Mid-City Transit. Feel Free to Browse the Pictures Below. Or Visit The Run 4 Downtown Website for more information.
The Middletown BID is pleased to welcome Zaria's Fine Dining to our downtown area! Now located at 14 North Street, this resturant celebrated their Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on August 28th, 2014. It offers a menu that spans across different cultures, and offers a fine dining menu. Carrie Montgomrey, Founder and Manager is very excited about the opening of her resturant, and is eager to meet the town. The resturant seats 110, including outdoor seating, and will be open 7 days a week. For more information about their prices, location, or menu, give them a call at (845) 341-0334. Or Visit their website by clicking here. Dont forget, if you're in the downtown area, stop by for Lunch or Dinner at 14 North Street.