In my first language, we have a preposition which simply means "at the middle of" and we use that when talking about months. Is it grammatically or idiomatically correct to say
- Unfortunately, the next available visit-time is amidst the June.
- Unfortunately, there is no available visit-time until the midst of June.
- Unfortunately, the next available visit-time is at the middle of June.
Personally, I think they sound odd because as I checked the usage of midst, it is usually used to describe something located among the other things, for example, amidst the derbies. I think this paraphrase also holds for the midst (of) and middle
So, in similar context, how do you say at the middle of a month in English?