We are pleased to announce, Middletown's Fire Work Display will now take place
August 4th 2015
At Fancher Davidge Park
During Night Out Against Crime!
Another Great Article in The Record about Middletown!
This year we celebrated the 6th Annual Middletown Festival Latino at Thrall Park in our Downtown Middletown BID. Running from 12 to 7, those in attendance were able to enjoy the Live Entertainment, Arts and Crafts, Food Venders, and Childrens Activities, while celebrating their Latino Heritage.
We hope to see you at the Middletown Festival Latino next year! Want to be more involved next year? Contact R&M Promotions & Entertainment for more information
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!