Taste of the Town - An Evening in Middletown, MD

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Main Street Middletown's Annual Fundraiser is on Saturday, July 20, 2013 from 6pm-10pm Downtown Middletown, MD.

Main Street Middletown is hosting our annual fundraiser - “Taste of the Town – An Evening in Middletown” on Saturday, July 20, 2013 from 6pm-10pm in historic downtown Middletown, Maryland. This ticketed event features food, wine, live entertainment, and horse-drawn carriage rides through town with proceeds from the event supporting the programs of Main Street Middletown.

Guests will enjoy a variety of our region’s specialty cuisine with food samplings and wine pairings to tempt and treat the taste buds from local restaurants and vineyards; live entertainment by Moondog Medicine Show; and delightful horse – drawn carriage rides through beautiful downtown Middletown. Tickets are $35 per person and free babysitting is available. Tickets can be reserved online at http://www.mainstreetmiddletown.org.

This is the 4th year Main Street Middletown has held their annual fundraiser as a summer’s evening out in Downtown Middletown. Each year the event grows and small changes are implemented to accommodate the growing number of guests. Last year Main Street was pleased to add the wine pairings to the event. This year, organizers have listened to feedback from the community and implemented changes for 2013. Main Street Middletown President Andrew Derr shared, “Date Night on Main Street was perceived as a “couples” event, so by renaming it to Taste of the Town we believe more people will join in the fun. We have also heard from many young families who shared that offering babysitting was attractive.” Organizers of Taste of the Town are excited about what is planned for this year. Derr continues “we believe the event is a great way to spend an evening in Middletown - enjoying the charming setting of the downtown, eating delicious food, sampling local wines, relaxing to music, and socializing with friends.”    

Main Street Middletown is a 501c3 dedicated to developing and promoting the economic vitality of Middletown’s downtown while preserving its unique historic character.

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