The Milford Merchants Association proudly presents…

Milford Alive 2015!!!  

Free community celebration –street music, art, food, crafts, a wacky “bed race” and topping it off – fireworks! Come celebrate the history, culture and promise of this quaint Delaware River town in Milford, NJ.

It’s hard to believe that we have now celebrated our 3rd MILFORD ALIVE Community Day event and 2014 was a huge success with an estimated 7ooo in attendance.  We will be building our website in preparation for our 2015 celebration, but before we do anything else, we want to thank our Sponsors!

Please take the time to view some of the surprises, activities, performances and features that made 2014 such a huge success.  Enjoy our video links and pictures and continue stopping back.

The Brickhouse Ramblers introduce the fireworks onstage.  What a display !

And what surprise when a FLASH MOB took to Bridge St just before the Antique Car Parade and ANNUAL BED RACE!

How about a street side view of the bed race…

How about an attempt at capturing the biplanes From Van Sant Airport as they flew down Bridge St and then some of the classic cars as they crossed the bridge to line up for the parade.

How about the volunteer singers from The Grace Fellowship Church joining the Ramblers at the end of the night!

Give us some time and we’ll have a consolidation of events and performances on one video.  We have a lot of pictures which will be posted to give you a sense of the day.

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Milford Alive!

VENDORS are needed – Please call Melissa at 908-995-4854

volunteer button We are organizing volunteers to staff committees & areas of responsibility.

The Milford Fall Festival & Bed Race which began in 1982, is now MILFORD ALIVE.


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