Submitted by Sierra Lopez.
(Middletown, CT.) Central Business Bureau Chairwoman Pamela Steele and Event Chairman Al Santostefano of the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce invites the community to experience the Annual Magic of Middletown presented by Holiday on Main Street!
It’s the most wonderful time of the year and the Middlesex Chamber and City of Middletown are bringing back the Magic to Middletown again this year! This magical series of events will be held on the weekends from Thanksgiving to Christmas! These safe, interactive, and socially distant events are sure to get the community excited and downtown to feel the holiday spirit.
The Magic of Middletown will begin with a tree lighting on Friday, November 26 on the South Green and will be followed by socially distant events on the following Saturday’s: November 27, December 4, and December 11. These events will feature popcorn and pretzels, holiday music, a pop-up vendor fair, Small Business Saturday, Reindeer Games and a Tis the Season to Find a Gnome scavenger hunt at different locations throughout downtown. The Chamber will also have a Dashing through Downtown Holiday Parade on Saturday, December 18 which will feature a decorated car parade that will travel around downtown Middletown to showcase our beautiful Main Street and the surrounding areas!
This year’s sponsors include: Presenting Sponsor: The City of Middletown and Pratt & Whitney; Jingle Bell Sponsor: Downtown Business District; Snowflake Sponsor: Community Health Center & Orthopedic Associates of Middletown; Holly Sponsor: Bank of America, Dunkin’, Malloves Jewelers, Middlesex Eye Physicians, Seasons Federal Credit Union, and Xavier High School; Jingles the Gnome Sponsor: Apple Rehab Middletown, Cavanaugh & Company, LLC, Community Foundation of Middlesex, Fox Pest Control, Jersey Mikes Subs, Rotary Club of Middletown, Russell Library, Saint John Paul II Regional School, and St. Vincent de Paul Middletown; Reindeer Sponsor: Heritage Commons Retirement Community, Middlesex Music Academy, Middlesex YMCA, and Wesleyan R.J. Julia Bookstore.