Calendar
2016




September


1 6-7:30 Knitting Kids 4-H Club, ages 5-18, Penn Extension, 514 Broad, free.

1 7:00 Audition, DV Choral Society, following rehearsal, Methodist Church, 206 E Ann.

6 10-12 Master Gardener answers garden, lawn, insect and/or disease control questions. Penn State Extension, 514 Broad, free.

10 4:00 Tricky Tray fundraiser for Pike County Developmental Center  Calling starts at 6:00. Trays, Grand Prizes, 50/50 Raffle. Delaware Valley 11th/12th Grade High School Cafeteria, Rt. 6 & 209 .No entry fee.

10 6-9 Milford After Dark. Experience Milford in the evening with extended shopping hours, gallery events, live music and diverse dining options.

10 6-9 Opening Reception, Artery Gallery. Featuring the works of John Capanna, Al Rosser, Carol Margreither. To 3 October. Gallery hours: Th-Su 11-6, Mo. 11-3. Artery Gallery, 210 Broad. Free.

13 10-12 Master Gardener answers garden, lawn, insect and/or disease control questions. Penn State Extension, 514 Broad, free.

15 6-7:30 Knitting Kids 4-H Club, ages 5-18, Penn Extension, 514 Broad, free.

17 10-11 Composting Workshop. By Master Gardeners. Via Penn Extension. 514 Broad. Register by 14 Sept. $5

17 Septemberfest. Music all over town all day. Milfordmusicfest.org

17 12-4 Belle Reve 15th Anniversary, street fair, live music. Fundraiser for Country Ark Farms. Second at Front. Free.

17 12-2 Acting for Adults with John Robert Keiber. Via Black Bear Film Festival. Marie Zimmerman Farm, Rt 209. RSVP 570 409-0909. $20.

17 5:30 The Clearest Way into the Universe: Nature’s Meaning in the Photographs of Ansel Adams. Lecture at Grey Towers. Reception and meet the presenters. RSVP 570-296-9625

17 7:30 Sultan's Magic Ride. Renowned Canadian band, Sultans of the String, takes you on a musical tour around the globe. Kindred Spirits. Milford Theatre, 114 E. Catharine, $15-$20.Under 15 free.

18 11:00 Psychic Brunch with Lorraine Moore, via UDGLBT. Registration required. $55 included brunch. Best Western, Rt 6/209.

19 7:00 Share the Harvest. Local resturants, chefs donate food in a fundraiser for local food pantires. Bring nonperishable food. Prizes, 50/50 drawing. St. Patrick's Hall, W. High at 4th. $30-$50. Max capacity 150. Tickets at Craft Show, TLC Salon.

20 10-12 Master Gardener answers garden, lawn, insect and/or disease control questions. Penn State Extension, 514 Broad, free.

20 Penn State Master Gardener Training Program. Meets weekly 6 Oct- 23 Feb. Interview required. Application deadline today. 570-296-3400

21 4-7 Recovery Walk and Picnic, to recognize recovery from addicition. Food, music, and a walk thru Milford. Via Pike Drug & Alcohol Commission. Ann St Park. Free.

24 National Public Lands Day & Ice Cream Social, Grey Towers free.

24 12-4 Smoky Joe Wood Day. Join in the celebration of Pike County's baseball legend. Games for the kids, music for the adults, and a good old fashioned family barbeque for one and all to enjoy. "Beer and Barbeque Garden" will be in full swing. Columns Museum, 608 Broad, $5.

24 6-2 Walk to End Alzheimer's, via Milford Healthcare Rehab Center. From Ann St. Park to Wheatfield and Old Milford Rd. Register here. 570 491-4121.

24 6:00 Night Circus Dinner Party, fundraiser for public library. Best Western, Rt 6/209. $85 includes dinner and cocktails.

25 4-7 Tribute to Lizanne Samuelson. Candlelight walk from Borough Hall to baseball field for monument dedication, followed by reception at St. Patrick's Hall.

26 5:30 ARB Educational Session, with PA Museums Commission rep. Borough Hall, free.

26 4:30-6 Sew What 4-H Sewing Club, via Penn Extension. Ages 9+ (4th grade). St. Vincent de Paul Church, 101 St Vincent’s Dr. Free.

27 10-12 Master Gardener answers garden, lawn, insect and/or disease control questions. Penn State Extension, 514 Broad, free.

27 4:30-6 4-H Explorer Buds Meeting, ages 5-8. Via Penn Extension. Foundation Room, Columns Museum, 608 Broad. Free.

30 7:00 The Milford Method, Tribute to science fiction writers who regularly gathered in Milford. Hosted by John Grant. Showing of Twilight Zone episode "To Serve Man". Cash bar, Columns Museum, 608 Broad. $10 donation requested.

30-2 Milford Readers and Writers Festival.

30 7:00 Humans Collective dance and spoken word performance of Alone-ology, inspired by Maya Angelou's poem "Alone". Milford Theatre, 114 E. Catharine, $20.





October


1 10:00 John Berendt, author of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil; Milford Readers and Writers Festival, Milford Theatre, 114 E. Catharine.

1 12:15  MK Asante, author of Buck: A Memoir; Milford Readers and Writers Festival Milford Theatre, 114 E. Catharine.

1 3:00 Gloria Steinem, author of My Life on the Road Milford Readers and Writers Festival Milford Theatre, 114 E. Catharine.

1 5:00  Panel discussion with all three authors (Berendt, Asante and Steinem) Milford Readers and Writers Festival Milford Theatre, 114 E. Catharine.

1 12:00 The Milford Method. Panel discussion of science fiction writers. John Grant, Bill DeSmedt and Lillian LongendoCoulmns Museum, 608 Broad, free.

1 10-4 Milford Homegrown Festival. Painting, woodwork, jewelry and other unique creative expressions. In addition to Arts and crafts for sale, there will also be great live music, food and FREE kids activities. Via Air Soil Water, 508 W. Harford, free entry.

1 9-4 Apple Festival. Vendors inside and out. Methoidst Church fundraiser. 206 E. Ann. Free.

2 11:00 On The Menu, panel discussion with Ariane Daguin, owner of D'Artagnan, Laura Silverman, cookbook author opening a restaurant in Narrowsburg, and Hotel Fauchère Executive Chef Michael Glatz. Part of Readers and Writer Festival. Fauchère Meeting space, 403 Broad (above Patisserie Fauchère), free.

3 7-9 Cooking for Crowds, via Penn Extension. For volunteers preparing food for events such as church fund raisers, fire company barbecues, booster club food sales, etc. Register by 30 Sept.

4 5-7 Cosmetic Seminar Introducing ThermiTight & ThermiSmooth:
New Skin Tightening Treatments With Little to No Downtime. MilfordMD Cosmetic Dermatology Surgery & Laser Center
303 W Harford. Free. RSVP 570 296-4000

8 10-3 Craft/Vendor Fair. Crafters, artisans and direct sale company representatives. Pumpkin picking patch, baked goods, hot dogs, soda and water available for purchase. First Presbyterian Church, 300 Broad.

8 7:30 Peter & The Wolf and A Soldier's Tale. The widely praised Zodiac Trio and noted radio personality, Bob Sherman, offer "Peter and the Wolf" and less known "Soldier's Tale", among other music. Schumann, Prokoffiev, Stravinsky, Piazzolla. Kindred Spirits. Milford Theatre, 114 E. Catharine, $15-$20.Under 15 free.

8 6-9 Opening Reception, photographs by Randall Fitzgerald and paintings by Marie Liu. Exhibition runs to 7 Nov.  ARTery Gallery, 205 Broad, free.

9 11-6 Milford Secret Bike Show, 10th anniversary edition. Golden Fsih Art Gallery, Broad St. Free.

11 4:30-6 4-H Explorer Buds Meeting, ages 5-8. Via Penn Extension. Foundation Room, Columns Museum, 608 Broad. Free.

14-16 Black Bear Film Festival
14 6-10 Opening Night Gala. St. Patrick's Hall, Milford Theater: Mommy's Box.

15 10:00 Dear President Obama, the clean energy revolution is now
15 Noon Little Men
15 2:00 Vince Giordano—There’s a Future in the Past
15 4:00 That Championship Season
15 6:30 Inside Hollywood with Rex Reed - live interview
15 8:00 Indignation
15 10:00 54 - The Director's Cut

16 11:30 What It Takes TO Be Extroridnary
16 1:00 Bill Cunninham New York
16 3:00 Celebrating Women Filmmakers - live panel discussion:
Mandy Bruno, screenwriter Amy Ferris, production designer Karen Gropman, costume designer Ingrid Price, screenwriter/producer Judy White, and moderator Carol Needleman.
16 5:15 Bear With Us

15-16 Short films and their makers at the Public Libray.

16 10-2 Final Milford Farmers' Market for 2016. At The Grotto, 505 W. Harford, opposite Key Foods Marketplace.

22 10--9 Toast to Milford, taste, toast and tour event around historic Milford

25 4:45-5:45 Strong Women Growing Stronger. Fitness and nutrition classes via Penn Extension. Tuesdays and Thursdays to 17 January. Cty Admin Bldg, 506 Broad. $80. Register by 20 Oct.

29 6 & 8 A Night With Poe. Readings from Edgar Allen Poe. Grey Towers. Limited to 70 reservations per show. Tickets $20.

31 3-8 Hallowe'en. Please park and walk.





November

3 5-7 Cosmetic Seminar in time for the holidays. Introducing ThermiTight & ThermiSmooth: New Skin Tightening Treatments With Little to No Downtime. MilfordMD Cosmetic Dermatology Surgery & Laser Center 303 W Harford. Free. RSVP 570 296-4000

5 5:30 Half-Time  Verona String Quartet plays midlife works of Haydn, Shostakovich and Beethoven. Kindred Spirits. Milford Theatre, 114 E. Catharine, $15-$20.Under 15 free.

12 6-9 Milford After Dark. Experience Milford in the evening with extended shopping hours, gallery events, live music and diverse dining options.




December

3 5:00 Tree Lighting, Community House lawn, Harford at Broad. Cookies, cocoa, Santa Claus. Free.

4 5K run Frisky Goat Coffeehouse Winter Series, 611 Broad

4 Santa Express Event.

8 6-9 Girls' Night Out. Stores, resturants, bars with specials.

10 Holiday House Tour, fundraiser for UDGLBT. Eight homes, carolers....

10 5:30 Shirim's Klezmer Nutcracker. Back by popular demand, Boston-based Shirim celebrates the holidays with their hilarious rendition of Tchaikovsky's masterpiece, and much more. Kindred Spirits. Milford Theatre, 114 E. Catharine, $15-$20.Under 15 free.

10 6-9 Milford After Dark. Experience Milford in the evening with extended shopping hours, gallery events, live music and diverse dining options.

11 5K run Frisky Goat Coffeehouse Winter Series, 611 Broad

18 5K run Frisky Goat Coffeehouse Winter Series, 611 Broad
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Septemberfest, Milford PA
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Share The Harvest, Milford PA
Public library, Milford PA
Apple Festival, Milford PA
Homegrown Festival, Milford PA