Middletown workshop to showcase the local harvest

September 22, 2017 by  

A workshop planned for the Middletown area will demonstrate how the local harvest can be turned into meals that can be both healthy and delicious.

During ‘Eating with the Seasons’, attendees will be [Read more]

Middletown conference to focus on women’s health

August 31, 2017 by  

A conference will soon be taking place in Middletown that will give women information and other tools they can use to take charge of their health and [Read more]

Purrfect event planned near Middleton

July 28, 2017 by  

Many people love their pet cat, and they will soon have a chance to show them off to the world during the Americats TICA Northeast Regional Cat Show, which has been planned for the Middleton area.

The event will feature a large number of breeds, ranging form the big but cuddly Maine coons to the hairless sphinx, rag doll, Rex, oriental short hairs and more. Household pets are also welcome to participate, and there will be judging throughout the day. Twelve rings will be set up for the competition, and twelve judges will be serving for the occasion.

The organizers of the show have made arrangements with the Radisson Cromwell to offer a special reduced room rate. Those who plan on taking part will need to make sure that they adhere to the policies and procedures that have been laid out for the event.

A special banquet has also been planed for the weekend. Tickets will be free for the show’s winners, and the ticket price for everyone else will be $50.00. An area stationery printing company can supply custom designed award certificates and other items for an event like this.

The Americats TICA Cat Show has been scheduled to take place in the Radisson Cromwell on August 4th and 6th. More information for anyone who requires it, including a description of the different classes and other details, can be found on the function’s website.

Middletown group to celebrate raku-style pottery

June 29, 2017 by  

Middletown’s Wesleyan Potters will be hosting an event that will focus on the art of raku (Japanese style) pottery, while at the same time celebrating the works of current students and providing an opportunity to socialize with [Read more]

Middletown to walk for a cause

May 25, 2017 by  

Middletown will be hosting an event that will ask those who take part to, quite literally, take steps to prevent domestic violence.

This will be the first year for [Read more]

Middletown’s Cruise Night seeks sponsors

April 30, 2017 by  

The Middlesex Chamber of Commerce has issued an invitation to local businesses, individuals, and organizations to sponsor a well-known and well-loved Middletown event.

The Chamber is seeking sponsors for the 2017 Middletown Cruise Night on Main Street, which is expected to draw thousands of visitors and locals to the area. This will provide companies with an opportunity to both promote their brand and lend their support to a community-based activity.

Different levels of sponsorship are available, and each comes with its own set of benefits. These start off at ‘bronze’ for a contribution of $250, and go up to ‘diamond’ for one of $2,000. Each level includes an opportunity for the sponsor’s logo and brand to be seen by the public. A print company’s branding upgrade service can help businesses and organizations that wish to be a part of a festival such as this by ensuring their logos and other branding are both current and effective.

During the event, there will be hundreds of classic cars and other show vehicles parked along Main Street, and there will also be food and beverages to enjoy as well as music and other live entertainment. It will take place on June 14 from 4:30 pm to 8:30 pm, and anyone who would like to register to act as a sponsor, or who simply wants additional information, is invited to visit the Middlesex Chamber of Commerce’s website.

AARP driving course offered to Middletown seniors

March 30, 2017 by  

Older adults from Middletown who are interested in brushing up on their driving skills may wish to mark their calendars for an upcoming event.

AARP will be holding a [Read more]

Middleton invited to try its hand at tie dying

February 23, 2017 by  

Tie dying has long been used to create colorful pieces of clothing, and in Middleton, a workshop has been planned that will give participants a chance to try heir hand at this craft.

Creative Girls Studios will be [Read more]

Middletown looks to help horses

January 21, 2017 by  

Horse lovers from Middletown and the surrounding areas may wish to dust off their dancing boots and come to an evening of fun that will help draft horses in need of new and loving homes.

The Connecticut Draft Horse Rescue has issued an invitation to all to attend its 2017 Dancin’, Diamonds and Drafts dinner and dance. An expansive dinner buffet will be served, and in addition to this, there will be [Read more]

Middletown mansion to pay a warm welcome to 2017

December 24, 2016 by  

Middletown’s Wadswoth Mansion will be hosting a special event to bid goodbye to 2016 and welcome 2017 in high style.

The Long Hill Estate Authority and the Friends of Long Hill Estate have organized their 18th Annual New Year’s Day Open House. To mark the start of 2017, there will be docent-led tours of the mansion, rides in a horse drawn carriage, a live music concert featuring Horizon Blue, and much more.

Those who come out can explore the grounds and trails, which will be open for the day, and light refreshments will be served while the visitors enjoy the music and other activities. Newsletter printing can be used by historic properties such as this to keep people in the local area abreast of any special events that it will be holding, which can help to ensure they are a success.

According to the event’s organizers, it is suitable for people of all ages. They hope that it can help guests learn more about the facility and what it has to offer the community.

The Wadsworth Mansion, which is located at 421 Wadsworth Street in Middletown, will be hosting its New Year’s Open House on January 1. It will run from 1:00 pm until 3:30 pm, and all are welcome to attend. More information about the house, its grounds, and the organizations that support it are available on its website.

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