How to use The Flyery, an online library for flyer distribution, in Middletown Township Public Schools:
The navigation sidebar (on the left) contains links to the pages where flyers are distributed for a specific school.
For flyers distributed to all schools, see the links listed below for Events Around Town and Community Organizations.
Scroll down for Middletown Public Library, Middletown Parks & Recreation, CYMCA, Monmouth County Parks, Poricy Park.
Events Around Town
Middletown Township Public Library for Kids · Teens · Adults 50+ · The Children’s Department Monthly Calendar of Events
Pre-registration is required for all programs. Visit mtpl.org or call 732-671-3700x340 for more details and a complete list of programming.
A Message from the
Manager, Children's Services at Middletown Township Public Library
“Dear Parents, If your child does not have a library card, we encourage you to stop in at the Main Library. Please bring your driver’s license as proof of identification.
It is a wonderful experience for you and your child to come to the library, enjoy reading together and participate in the many age appropriate activities offered at the library. Check here for our monthly calendar of events. The events calendar can also be accessed on our website, click on “Kids”, and then click on “Monthly Programs”. We look forward to seeing you at the public library!"
Middletown Township Parks & Recreation
Recreation Administrative Office
180 Main Street
Port Monmouth, NJ 07758
CYMCA For more information, contact email@example.com
The Community YMCA is exploring ways to expand its services in order to provide programming specifically designed for special needs children.
To help gauge the needs and wants of the communities we serve, The Y invites you to join us for coffee and conversation so that we may discuss the triumphs and tribulations surrounding the special needs population.
By doing so, we hope to be able to provide parent workshops, social groups, and other programs that will help your child achieve his/her full potential.
The Community YMCA
Children's Achievement Center of Hazlet
745 Poole Avenue
For more information, please call (732) 264-3500.
For more information, call (732) 842-4000, ext. 4312 or visit us on the website at www.monmouthcountyparks.com
Poricy Park Conservancy - (A Non-Profit Organization)
2014 Cub Scout Achievement Days April 26 and 27
2014 Dynamic Field Hockey Camp July 21st-25th
Middletown High School North’s Turf 8 – 11 AM
Open to any girl entering Grades 4 - 12
Camp Director: Kelly Crist
High School North
at Middletown Township Public Schools
The Wizard of Oz
Friday April 4th 2014 7:00 p.m.
Saturday April 5th 10:00 a.m.
Saturday April 5th 7:00 p.m.
Reserved Seating Tickets $8.00 Adults
$5.00 Students, Children & Senior Citizens
Tickets available through the
MHSN Box Office
732-671-0289 ext. 1243
Lion Pride Basketball
Lion Pride Summer Basketball Camp 2014
Boys and Girls ages 7-14
Monday - Friday 9am-1pm
Week 1 July 7-11
Week 2 July 14-18
Week 3 July 21-25 Week 4 July 28-Aug 1 If interested please contact: Mike Iasparro at 732-673-0096 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Go to www.lionpridebasketball.com for more information. Camp Director: Mike Iasparro
2014 MIDDLETOWN SOUTH BASEBALL CLINIC When: Sunday, March 23, 2014 (9 am – 12 Noon) Where: Middletown High School South Gym Participants: Grades 3 – 8 ♦SPACE IS LIMITED♦ (First 50 registrants receive free T-shirt) Come learn the basics of baseball from the people who do it best! *Throwing, Fielding, Base Running, Hitting, Bunting, Pitching, and Individual Position Play* Directed by: Head Varsity Coach--Ryan Spillane and the MHSS Varsity Baseball Players DO DAMAGE BASEBALL CAMP 2014 Registration Form WEEK #1 (7/14/14-7/17/14) OR WEEK #2 (7/21/14-7/24/14) Middletown High School South Participants: Ages 6-14
Do Damage Baseball Camp Middletown High School South Participants: Ages 6-14 Website: DoDamageBaseballCamp.com
Elite Catching Clinic with Lou Santangelo 1st team all-state, 1st team all-shore CBA 2000 All- American, 2nd team All-ACC Clemson University 2004 Drafted 4th round 2004 by Houston Astros Location: Central Jersey Baseball Academy: 56 Progress Place, Jackson NJ 08527 Dates and Times: Group 1: March 15th and 16th 6:30-9pm ages 9-12 Group 2: March 22nd and 23rd 6:30-9pm ages 13-18 To reserve your spot and for further information contact Eddie Galante by email email@example.com
Middletown HeatContact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Monmouth Boys Basketball CampAll Schools - Grades 2nd-7th
Contact email@example.com for more information.
World Renew Important Hurricane Sandy Recovery News.
World Renew’s trained volunteers will conduct
community assessments of unmet needs in flood
damaged areas of Middletown starting April 25th. They
will contact families who have registered with FEMA.
For those still with unmet needs, World Renew will
conduct in-depth interviews at walk-in centers in
Assessments will be turned over to the Monmouth
County Long Term Recovery Group (MCLTRG
www.mcltrg.org) to review and prioritize. This mission
of the MCLTRG is to provide recovery services to
individuals and families affected by disasters in
Middletown Lions Club 5k Race / Walk For more information, call 732-996-7495.
Monmouth County Library Please visit the Monmouth County Library Website to register online or call 732-431-7220 x7222
Garden Club RFD For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
For Info Call Rich Centanni at 732-673-0417
Additional Info Please contact: Rich Centanni @ 732-673-0417
American Cancer Society
For more information, contact Amy Nolan at Amy.Nolan@cancer.org or 732-292-4263.
Middletown Little League The Middletown Youth Athletic Association
ALL REGISTRATIONS ARE DONE ONLINE VIA OUR WEBSITE WWW.MIDDLETOWNLITTLELEAGUE.ORGIf you have any problems or questions concerning registration, please contact:
John Marsini VP Baseball at email@example.com
Frank Miceli VP Softball at firstname.lastname@example.org
(please refer to the www.middletownlittleleague.org for more information concerning upcoming player evaluations, managing/coaching teams etc)
Sandy Hook Little League at AH Fireman's Field League Meeting Room
Claddagh Na nGael For more information, see http://irishshore.org/ website.
Middletown Senior Center 900 Leonardville Rd, Leonardo, NJ, 07737
For more information, contact email@example.com
Monmouth Council Boy Scouts of America Join Middletown Cub Scout Packs, Boy Scout Troops and Venturing Crews. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Belford Engine Auxiliary Contact email@example.com for more information about Belford Engine Auxiliary.
Belford Engine Ladys Aux, Belford Engine Fire House, 739 Main St Belford
Middletown South Baseball
For Questions or more information please e-mail Ryan Spillane at DoDamageBaseballCamp@yahoo.com♦
Middletown Elks For additional Info Call Rich Centanni at 732-673-0417 or Contact Rcmiddletownelks@aol.com for more information.
Jr. Titans / Middletown Swim Club 2012 Jr. Titans/Middletown Swim Club now accepting applications for membership. Applications can be found at www.middletownnj.org or every Saturday and Sunday (10:00-1:00) at the Swim Club. Free swim lessons, day camp, and swim team forming now! Every Friday night is Family Fun Night from 6:00-10:00. For more information email Christine@Iceworldconsulting.com.
New Jersey Blind Citizens Association "Camp Happiness"
Middletown Soccer Club
For more information, go to www.middletownsoccer.com.
Atlantic Highlands Leo Club For more information, call the Leo Club at (732) 796-4347.
Port Monmouth First Aid
For more information, call 732-320-7631.
For more information, go to www.eteamz.com/BYAASoccerMiddletown/
MHSN Student Council
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on twitter at MHSNStudentCoun.
Middletown Babe Ruth
Middletown Babe Ruth Spring Registration Flyer
Contact email@example.com for more information.
Atlantic Highlands Chamber of Commerce Annual Farmers' Market, Every Friday May until October. At Veterans Park in Atlantic Highlands, NJ - off of First Avenue, across from the Borough Hall. Featuring fresh produce - fruits, vegetables, plants, fresh breads, pastas, peirogies, honey, pickles, home baked goods and more! Presented by: Atlantic Highlands Chamber of Commerce Sponsored by: Bright Alternatives and Super Foodtown