May. 12, 2015
May. 12, 2015
May. 12, 2015
Mar. 16, 2015
Mar. 16, 2015
Feb. 24, 2015
Are you a member of the Class of 2015 at Margaretville Central School? Or the parent of one? The Historical Society of Middletown and the Margretville Fire Dept. are offering two $500 scholarships in memory of George Hendricks, Jr. who was a member of... Read more
Feb. 18, 2015
The Historical Society of Middletown's hall near Margaretville may be just the ticket! Ou hall accommodates 75 people, has a caterer's kitchen, spacious, scenic grounds and lots of parking. Available to rent this season from June 1-November 15.  For... Read more
Feb. 12, 2015
Here's your chance to commune with your very own sugar maple tree -- and enjoy its sweet, seasonal gift! For a $25 donation to the Historical Society of Middletown, you can 'rent' a sap bucket to be hung on a tree in Steve and Jane Miller's Margaretville... Read more
Feb. 5, 2015
Your sap bucket is waiting! For a $25 donation to the Historical Society of the Town of Middletown, Steve Miller will hang your name from a bucket on a tree in his stand of sugar maples near Margaretville. You'll be welcome to visit March 7, take a... Read more
Feb. 3, 2015
There are two opportunities this month to satisfy your sweet tooth, please your sweetie, and support the Historical Society of the Town of Midletown! Stop at Freshtown in Margaretville on Valentine's Day and pick up some wondrous home-made treats at our... Read more
Jun. 29, 2014
Picture this: It's been a long, hot, stressful week. Finally, Friday. You settle into a comfy hammock,  smooth aged cider in hand, and enjoy the evening bird sounds and the scent of blossoms in the garden. Tunes from the player piano waft through the... Read more
Jun. 24, 2014
An evening of simple pleasures  -- garden strolling, porch sitting, cider sipping and a bit of lawn bowling, all enjoyed with background music from the player piano – will be the order of the day at a Summer Soiree Friday, July 11 at The Raven’s Nest,... Read more
Jun. 19, 2014
Three of the nine players appearing in Saturday's Living History Cemetery Tour at Sanford Cemetery, New Kingston Rd., are Aggie Laub, portraying Thankful VanBenschoten; John Bernhardt as top-hatted Abel Sands; and John Exter as basketmaker Karl Amor.... Read more