Middletown holds it’s 5 annual Patriot Pride Day tomorrow 9/18

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Middletown will hold its 5 annual Patriot Pride Day on Sat. Sept. 18 at the town’s Veteran’s Memorial.

A number of activities are planned beginning at 2 p.m..

The first Colonial America reenactment will be held at 3 p.m..

The fireworks display that was schedule for Sat. night has been moved.

The fireworks will now be a part of a special celebration on Oct. 9 for the town’s 225 anniversary.

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Middletown announces winners of July 4 decorations contest

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The town of Middletown announced the 4 of July decoration contest winners.

Third place and $25 was awarded to Gina Athey of Coville Street.

Kelly Costello of Hillside Drive took the second place with a $50 prize.

First place and $100 went to Pasty Pennington of 3 Street.

Middletown thanks the Judges and all who participated in the annual contesting.

This year’s Jul. 4 celebration was one of the biggest in the history of the celebration.

Over 5,000 people participated in the events with over 250 parade entries this year.

Celebrating not just the nation’s 245 birthday but Middletown’s 225 anniversary.

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Middletown sees biggest July 4 yet

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With over 250 parade entries and an estimated 5,000 plus people to enjoy the festivities Middletown held one of the biggest July 4 celebrations yet.

Mayor Harbaugh called it the most attended festival since his involvement with it in Middletown.

The celebration commemorated not just America’s 245 birthday but the 225 anniversary of Middletown itself.

The town celebrated all day Sunday with Washington Football team members, beauty queens, bands, tournaments, hot air balloon rides and fireworks.

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Belle Grove Plantation resumes Manor House tours

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Belle Grove Plantation resumes Manor House tours today June 1 at 10 a.m..

Tours depart every hour at 15 minutes past the hour until 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday and Sundays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m..

No more than 10 people will be allowed on tours with tickets sold on a first come first served basis.

Guest who are not fully vaccinated will be required to wear masks.

For information call (540) 869-2028.

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