Middletown Main Street's Lamp Post Decorating Contest will be coming to an end in less than two weeks.
In its second year, the friendly competition has created a festive atmosphere for downtown shopping and dining during the holiday season, said program director Tracy Skrobot.
Lampposts along both sides of Main Street in downtown Middletown have been uniquely decorated by local businesses to help get the town in the holiday spirit.
The Christmas tree in Cochran Square at the corner of Main and Broad Streets has also been put up and decorated.
Voting will end Dec. 17.
It began Nov. 17, the day of the annual Main Street Christmas Parade.
The community will determine the winner of the lamppost contest and ballots may be cast at participating businesses.
Voters can cast one vote per person per business – meaning one person can vote up to 13 times if they vote at each business.
Ballot boxes will be located at Dogtown, Immediato's Bistro, Femme Fatale Boutique, A Creative Edge, CKuz Guitars, Elana's Broad St Florist & Décor by Moore, Fromage Cheese Shop, Gibby Art Center, Louis Marie Bridal, Purple Sage Tea & Gifts, Sully's Irish Pub, Dippold Marble & Granite, and Remax 1st Choice – all located downtown.
For more information, contact Skrobot at firstname.lastname@example.org.