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Middletown Transcript
  • Bright lights and big thrills

  • For more than a decade now, Middletown residents have been able to mark mid-summer with the arrival of St. Joseph's Carnival. This year's carnival kicked off Tuesday evening with a half dozen thrill rides, live entertainment, dozens of games and enough home-cooked food to feed the whole town.
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      Food is served nightly in the air-conditioned Parish Hall, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Adult admission is $15. Child admission is $8.

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      PARISH HALL MENU
      Food is served nightly in the air-conditioned Parish Hall, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Adult admission is $15. Child admission is $8.
      THURSDAY Polish night: Roast pork, smoked kielbasa, sauerkraut, stuffed cabbage, pirogues, roasted potatoes, mixed vegetables, salad and bread.
      FRIDAY Surf and Turf: Steamed shrimp, roast beef au jus, meat loaf, mashed potatoes with beef gravy, string beans, salad and bread
      CHILDREN Chicken nuggets, macaroni-and-cheese, French fries
      OUTDOOR VENDORS
      Traditional carnival food is also for sale outside, with various inexpensive options that cost $1 to $10
      • Hamburgers
      • Cheeseburgers
      • Hot Dogs
      • Pretzels
      • Sweet Italian sausage sandwiches
      • Cheesesteaks
      • Chicken sandwiches
      • Crabcake sandwiches
      • Chicken tenders
      • French fries
      • Tacos
      • Steamed shrimp
      • Filasky's corn-on-the-cob
      • Pizza
      • Funnel cake
      • Fried Oreos
      • Fried Twinkies
      • Bananas Foster
  • St. Joseph's Carnival is lighting up the evenings on Del. Route 299 this week.
    For more than a decade now, Middletown residents have been able to mark mid-summer with the arrival of St. Joseph's Carnival, an annual event that lights up a small section of Del. Route 299 for five fun-filled nights.
    This year's carnival features more than a half dozen thrill rides and three times as many games and activities, fit for all ages. As in years past, each night features a different menu in the Parish Hall as well as ever-changing music beneath the large yellow and white striped tent on the front lawn.
    The carnival began Tuesday evening and will continue each evening through Saturday. Admission and parking are free but the rides and food come with nominal fees.
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