The summer fun continues this week in Middletown. If you are looking for something to do to get out of the house and be active in your community, take a look at these options!
Friday, June 17th has multiple events.
At 3:00pm, The Middletown Performing Arts Academy is putting on “Guys and Dolls, Jr.” and you’re invited! Middletown Performing Arts Academy is located at 4400 Lewis Street.
“Set in Daymon Rumyon’s New York City, Guys and Dolls is an oddball romantic comedy and takes us from the heart of Times Square to the cafes of Havana and Cuba, and even into the sewers of NYC. Eventually, everyone ends up right where they belong!”
The actors in this performance are students in grades 7-12. Tickets are $14 for adults and are $10 for children and seniors. For additional information contact Ninan Markel by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 513-594-1537.
Movies in the Park will be shown at Goldman Park on Friday night. Movies start around 8pm.
This week’s feature is Inside Out with Calvary Baptist Church providing snacks and drinks.
You can find general info on Movies in the Park on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FamilyMovieNightsMiddletown/
And on the CBI website: http://www.cbimiddletown.org/summer-family-movie-nights/
The Takin’ it to the Streets concert series will feature You, Me & Him at 8 p.m. downtown next to Canal House.
Saturday, June 18th
Multicultural Festival & Health Fair will take place in Douglass Park from11:00 am – 7:00 pm.
Join the 2nd Ward Community Council for a family-friendly day filled with fun! The day will start off with a parade, followed by music, games, a health fair, and much more. The Multicultural Festival will go all day, and the Health Fair will be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. For additional information, please contact Wanda Glover at (513) 424-1132.
American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Monroe-Middletown – Noon at Berachah Church (Old Verity Middle School).
Relay For Life is a family friendly, festival like event designed to celebrate cancer survivors, remember those we have lost, and fight back against the disease by raising funds for the American Cancer Society. This event is not a race, so participants may walk or run at whatever pace they are comfortable. Teams are invited to ‘camp out’ on the surrounding grounds and host fundraisers (raffles, games, food/drink sales, etc.) and enjoy free music and entertainment. There is fun and entertainment for all ages!
At 3:00pm, The Middletown Performing Arts Academy is putting on a second performance of “Guys and Dolls, Jr.”
Takin’ it to the Streets concert series will feature Will Fluke at 8 p.m. downtown next to Canal House. For info on Will Fluke, click on the link below.
Have a great week and enjoy the great entertainment opportunities in your hometown!