No, the Township owns the building, but through a lease agreement, it is operated by the non-profit, 501c3 organization, the Middletown Township Cultural & Arts Council. We do sometimes collaborate with Middletown’s Recreation Department on community events
The Middletown Arts Center opened its doors in March of 2007 and has been a thriving artistic hub of the region ever since.
No, the Middletown Arts Center welcomes everyone. You do not have to be a Middletown Township resident to participate in programs, classes, or events.
The Member and Non-member prices relate to an optional membership to the Middletown Arts Center that individuals can purchase to receive specific member benefits and discounts. Memberships can be purchased at various levels and help support the arts and programming at the Middletown Arts Center. You can find more information about membership here.
No, the Middletown Arts Center offers a wide variety of programming and events for individuals of ALL ages and abilities, including many adult programs as well as classes and events for senior citizens as well as for individuals with special needs.
The Middletown Arts Center has a small private lot, however, it sometimes fills up quickly. Free parking is available in the daily lot across the street in the late afternoons, evenings and weekends. We also offer special parking passes for specific programs that take place early in the day.
The best way to get regular information is to sign up for our weekly eblast. You can join by signing up at the link below that ‘Join our eNewsletter’.
Yes, the Arts Center has a café in the lobby that serves refreshments.
We always welcome submissions of class, program, and event ideas from the community. You can email us at email@example.com.