The summer fun continues in Middletown. If you are looking for something to do to get out of the house and be active in your community next week, take a look at these options!
The Middletown Arts Center continues their exhibition all week exploring contemporary still-life entitled, “Still Alive.” Organized by Cincinnati-based independent curator Maria Seda-Reeder, the show features the work of more than a dozen artists working in various disciplines. There will be gallery talks and workshops by participating artists throughout the run of the show, which closes August 18th.
John Auer, Amanda Bialk, Arynn Blazer, Patricia Duque Campos (Una Floral), Joe Castrucci, Sara Caswell-Pearce (Paper With a Past), Colin Klimesh, Pam Kravetz, Katie Parker & Guy Michael Davis (Future Retrieval), Brooke Shanesy, Mica Smith, Megan Strasser (Fern), and Christy Wittmer.
EXHIBITION SPONSORS: Middletown Arts Festival, First Financial Bank, Your Doctor
National Night Out
Next Friday, August 19th has multiple events.
Movies in the Park will be shown at Goldman Park this week. The movie will be Zootopia with Calvary Baptist Church providing refreshments.
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 Hambone Combo at 8 p.m. downtown. The concerts are located on Broad Street between Central Avenue and Reynolds Street.
Next Saturday, August 20th.
The End of Summer Bash is on and they will be bringing the Funk.. The event is family friendly and free with music starting at 5:30 p.m. on Governor’s Square. Bring your lawn chair, grab at bite to eat at one of the downtown restaurants and enjoy the music! For information on Broad Street Bash, click on the link: http://www.longlivethebash.com/
Next Sunday August 21st.
Central Connections will host a Sunday Breakfast Brunch Buffet | 10:00am – 2:00pm
Have a great week!