Special Events

Easter Eggstravaganza
Saturday, April 9th 2022 from 10am - 11:30am at Riverside Park 

City Shred Day
Saturday, April 23rd 2022
The City will host a Community Shred Day from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.  The shred event will be held in the parking lot of City Hall located at 745 Center Street, Milford Ohio 45150. The Community Shred Day is open to all Milford residents and businesses.

Free Yard Sale Weekend
May 20th, 21st and 22nd, 2022

Memorial Day Parade
Monday, May 30th 2022 - 9:30am @ Memorial Park.
The parade will leave the American Legion Post 450 and proceed to Memorial Park for a brief ceremony.  Then the parade will proceed north on Main Street to Lila Ave, right on Cemetery Rd. to Greenlawn Cemetery for the wreath laying and ceremony and then reassemble at St. Andrew Cemetery for a wreath laying and ceremony.

Frontier Days Parade / Frontier Days
Thursday, June 2nd 2022 - Parade @ 6:30pm; Festival  from 7:30pm-10pm
Friday, June 3rd 2022- Festival from 5pm-11pm
Saturday, June 4th 2022 - Festival from 12pm-11pm 
for more information: https://frontierdaysmilford.com/?msclkid=afe07dabbff611ecab75c633c6bcb6f9


Sparks in the Park

Sunday, July 3rd, 2022 from 7pm - 10pm, at Riverside Ballfield
The Milford Community Fire Department will have ice cold soda and water.

The American Legion will have refreshing adult beverages in special event DORA cups.
Kona Ice will be on-site serving up a variety of shaved ice goodness at two locations
(Riverside Ballfield and the old Milford Main property).

Johnny's Creamy Whip mobile unit will be on location to serve up delicious ice cream treats.
Street Fried Food Truck will be there serving up all your favorites from chicken fingers to funnel cakes!
Stay and enjoy the live music including Sean Riley opening at 7pm then the Billy Rock Band performing at 8 pm and the incredible fireworks display brought to you by Rozzi Famous Fireworks at 10 pm!

National Night Out
Tuesday, August 2nd 2022  from 6-9pm at Scene 75 Entertainment Center.

Remembrance Ceremony
Sunday, September 11th 2022 at  1pm at the Fire House

Free Yard Sale Weekend 
September 16th, 17th and 18th, 2022

Art Affaire
Saturday, September 24th 2022
Art Affaire is Milford’s premier art and fine craft show featuring approximately 100 local and regional juried artists in mediums including painting, drawing, photography, paper, clay, glass, mixed media, jewelry, leather, metal, sculpture, wood, baskets, and fiber. The event, held on Main Street in historic Milford, also includes live musical entertainment, food, community organizations, and more. Art Affaire is an annual event on the fourth Saturday of September (Sept. 24th, 2022). For more information visit the Greater Milford Area Historical Society.  

Fall Festival at Valley View
Saturday, October 8th 2022 from 2pm - 5pm @ Valley View

Trick or Treat
Monday, October 31 2022
Trick-or-Treat will be celebrated on October 31st from 6PM to 8PM. The Milford Police Department will be patrolling your streets, so be safe and have fun.

City Tree Lighting
Friday, November 25th 2022
Friday after Thanksgiving at 6:30 pm help Santa and his elves light the City Christmas Tree at Memorial Park kicking off the Hometown Holiday in Milford.

Hometown Holidays
Friday, November 25th 2022
Milford’s annual “Hometown Holidays” is scheduled for Thanksgiving weekend. This family friendly event will feature a variety of holiday happenings as well as the shops, services, and restaurants in the historic district of Milford, Ohio 45150. Other festivities will include horse-drawn carriage rides, antique fire truck rides, carolers and holiday music. Fore more information go to www.downtownmilford.com.
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Santa Sunday
Christmas is that time of year for Santa to visit the residents of Milford. Santa will be escorted around the City by MCFD and will have special treats for children that come out to visit.  Listen for the sirens to know when Santa is near your house. Please be mindful of traffic and be safe when coming outside to visit.  (Date to be announced)

 

 

 

 

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