Free Milford Community Picnic slated for Saturday
September 23, 2014 - Picnic Time
All kinds of family-friendly fun is on daub for Saturday during a semi-annual Milford Community Picnic.
The event, that runs from 4-7 p.m. during Central Park and is hosted by a Milford Township Parks and Recreation Commission, includes games, hack rides, a petting area, crafts, inflatables, canoes and kayaks and more.
The best part? It’s all free. Kids can even collect adult a giveaway pumpkin.
“It’s a approach for us to give behind to a community,” pronounced Parks Commissioner Bill Mazzara, observant a event, that takes place any summer and fall, was determined about 8 years ago. “People can move a meal, lay around and suffer a fun afternoon.”
Parks commissioner Lori Hansen agreed.
“We motionless a few years ago that we wanted to acquire all of a Milford area families to suffer a fun but carrying to mangle a bank to do it”, she said. “We have good things for families to suffer together.”
For dessert, Parks and Recreation Commissioners and other volunteers will be on palm to pass out giveaway cider and doughnuts.
Finally, during eve (around 7 p.m.), everybody is invited to move a chair or sweeping to lay outward and suffer a full-length underline film Despicable Me 2 with family, friends and neighbors. Scouts will be offered popcorn as a fundraiser during a movie.
Meanwhile, a Milford Parks and Recreation Commission is still looking to fill several seats on a nine-member board.
The elect meets a third Monday any month during 7 p.m. in a military department’s discussion room to settle ongoing recreational opportunities within a Milford Community.
The opportunity, pronounced Mazzara, is good for those looking to give behind to a community.
“It also looks good on a resume,” he said, observant a organisation is also seeking immature people, now enrolled in grades 8-12, to offer as youth commissioners.
The elect hosts a annual open and tumble village picnics, cinema in executive park, an annual drive-in movie, a winter festival, a annual summer concerts array and a bi-annual adopt-a-road cleanup event.
“We need people to get involved,” Mazarra said. “That’s what creates Milford improved – all a volunteers who work to make this village a good place to live.”
The elect is saved by Milford Township, that allocated $2,300 to account a tumble Community Picnic. All Parks and Rec events are giveaway to a public.
Those meddlesome in portion in possibly position on a elect can hit a Milford Township offices during 248 685-8731 or email Holly Brandt, municipality clerk, during firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers are welcome, as well.
“We are always looking for volunteers to assistance out during the events,” pronounced Steve Wolfe, elect chair. “We acquire students seeking village use hours, relatives who would like to be a bit some-more involved, and seniors who find themselves with a small giveaway time. We acquire everyone.”
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