MIDDLETOWN, NJ: An estimated four thousand people came out for Middletown Day at Croydon Hall on Saturday, September 28th, and there was something for everyone!

It was a perfect warm fall day and families were pouring in to enjoy it! The event included a business and community showcase, craft fair, live local entertainment, children's activities, first responder demonstrations, a petting zoo, wagon rides, flea market, food tents and so much more!

Middletown resident Sue Meuler commented, "We look forward to this day every year. It's like going back in time, a real Americana event. We are so lucky to live in such a great town."

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The Middletown Arts Center (MAC) was on site with a generous beading craft station for making one of a kind jewelry, key chains... The had various crafts including "Make your own Forky from Toy Story 4, and  Doodle Dude was onsite for nonstop interactive entertainment.

The star of the day; Crunchy the T-Rex was a big hit with the kids. There also was the popular mechanical shark, and of course the Pirates and their ship! 

Pictured: Congressman Chris Smith, Monmouth County Freeholders; Arnone and Scharfenberger, Sheriff Shaun Golden, and members of the Middletown Township Committee interacted with residents and took the time to thank the businesses and community organizations that make Middletown Day possible through their sponsorships. 


Click HERE to view the Middletown Day 2019 photo album!