Whether you’re attending our April 16 City Council Candidates Night or not, it’s important to know who’s running for City Council. We’ve compiled a short biography about each candidate: Jeff Baltimore, a third generation Harrisburg resident and graduate of Shippensburg University, has held several prominent business, planning, and economic development positions in Harrisburg, York, and with the […]
Thanks to several volunteers working this weekend, we just finished distributing over 3000 spring newsletters throughout Midtown. If you didn’t receive one, here’s a copy.
This summer, Friends of Midtown is bringing to the Midtown Cinema a series of free outdoor films the whole family can enjoy. From June through August, neighbors may view a mix of such classics and family-friendly films as Raiders of the Lost Ark, Batman, Plan 9 from Outer Space, Labyrinth, The Princess Bride, and Ferris […]
Congratulations to Adam Porter for earning the Midtown Person of 2014 Award for his work with st@artup and the Midtown Cinema. We thank all who nominated a supremely qualified slate of individuals: Shaashawn Dial-Snowden, Stuart Landon, Doug Neidich, Liz Laribee, and Ashlee Dugan. These six individuals work hard to improve Midtown and we’re grateful for […]
We finally finished delivering our Winter 2015 Newsletter last weekend. If you like you know what we’re doing three months out, here’s a copy in case we missed your home or you don’t live in Midtown.
Beginning Saturday, November 29, Small Business Saturday, Friends of Midtown’s #ShopMidtown coupon books will be available for purchase at the Broad Street Market. We’ll start the sale during the HomeGrown Market from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Meanwhile, from 12:00 to 2:00 p.m., enjoy a Local Lunch with your friends and neighbors. We’ll then have them for […]
While the kids are out trick-or-treating, tell them to stop by the Historic Harrisburg Resource Center (1230 N. 3rd St.) for some candy and a free haunted house. The theme: maniacal prisoners have escaped the State Hospital and have taken over the historic bank at 3rd and Verbeke streets. Mayhem ensued. Thanks to the TECH program […]
Thanks to all our volunteers last weekend who helped to distribute more than 3000 paper newsletters throughout Midtown. If we missed your home or you don’t live in Midtown and want to see our general outline for October, November, and December, here’s a copy for your viewing.
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I wanted to take a moment today to thank all of you for your continued support as participants in Friends of Midtown’s several events this year. You probably didn’t make them all, so I’ll start off with a brief rundown. We did a lot, so it’s a bit lengthy. If you don’t need a reminder […]