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Middleburgh's Heritage Day a Hit

Written By Editor on 6/15/14 | 6/15/14

Cars, ribbon cuttings, and so much more describe the fun filled atmosphere of Middleburgh's second annual Heritage Day, featuring Middleburgh Central School's Technopolooza on the high school lawn. 

Despite the rainy weather, area residents packed the historic village for a myriad of events ranging from the Rotary's Sloughter 5K in the morning to a scavenger hunt sponsored by the local business association and the official opening of Fish Tales & Fur on Main Street. 

Stealing the spotlight was the immensely popular Technopolooza, which showcased dozens of classic and modified cars for spectators enjoyment and displayed shop projects produced by local students inside the school.

Middleburgh resident Sheila Donegan captured the sights of Heritage Day and submitted the following photographs for publication. Enjoy!

Middeburgh Mayor Matt Avitabile and Village Trustee Bill Morton
 present mural artist Patti Brancoforte with the village's thanks

The Scavenger Hunt brought participants to Four Star Reality
The Middleburgh Business Association's table

After a year of planning, Middleburgh welcomes a pet store

Technopolooza from Main Street
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