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From antique cars to Civil War reenactments, horses to history and parades to – of course! – peaches, there was something for everyone at the 21st Annual Middletown Olde-Tyme Peach Festival last month. The goal of the festival is to increase awareness of the important role peaches played in the formation of present day Middletown, while providing a free and enjoyable family outing. Thousands of festival-goers shopped exhibitions, toured the Historical Society and sampled peaches, pies, ice cream and more!

Photos courtesy of Middletown Historical Society

 


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