Gallery 37 in Historic Downtown Milford, Delaware, presents Rusted 2016, an Invitational Photography Show. The Opening Reception will be on Saturday, October 15th from 3 p.m. - 6 p.m. at Gallery 37 in Historic Downtown Milford. The show runs through November 30th. Poets Franetta McMillian from Wilmington, DE, Ethan Joella from Rehoboth and MD, and Jane Miller from Wilmington, DE will begin the Poetry Reading at 3:00 p.m. at 10 So. Walnut Street at the DE School of Music, right next to Gallery 37.
Rusted 2016, an Invitational Photography Show
Milford's ONLY fireworks display takes place Friday night, along with Operation Giveback, Live music, FREE meals to the current Military & Veterans, Food Court and a Patriotic Boat Parade on the Mispillion River.
Saturday all day events including a Bayhealth Healthy Living Expo, Car Show, First Responders Tug-of-War, Duck Dash, Kids Korner, Patriotic Pet Park & Parade, Eagle 97.7 Lip Sync Contest, Pokémon Contests and over 100 vendors including a huge food court.
The event will be held in downtown Milford on Walnut Street & the Mispillion River & will and feature locally sourced wines and beers and locally produced foods crafted by local culinary artists. Read more here...
Atrapa La Bandera (Capture the Flag) will be presented by the Milford Second Street Players $5 Movies at Riverfront Theater on Friday September 23rd (Spanish Soundtrack) at 2 South Walnut Street, Milford. Doors open at 7 PM. Film starts at 7:30 PM. Atrapa La Bandera movie is sponsored by Sea Watch. SSP is sponsored by the Delaware Division of the Arts. For more info, please see our Facebook page."
HUGO, set in 1930’s Paris.
Raiders of the Lost Ark presented by the Milford Second Street Players $5 Movies at Riverfront Theater on & Saturday August 20 (English Soundtrack) at 2 South W
Raiders of the Lost Ark presented by the Milford Second Street Players $5 Movies at Riverfront Theater on Friday August 19 (Spanish Soundtrack) at 2 South Walnut Street, Milford. Doors open at 7 PM. Film starts at 7:30 PM.
Join Abbots, DEEC, and the St. Jones Center for Estuarine Studies as we explore the St. Jones River as it emplies in to the Delaware Bay. Investigate the St. Jones Reserve in search of flora and fauna as we wind through waters dominated by Saltmarsh Cordgrass and Saltmeadow Hay. Cruise in a skiff along the winding mouth of the St. Jones River looking for Ospreys, Black Skimmers, and Great Blue Herons. Seine on the shores of Little Creek Wildlife Area in search of Atlantic Silversides, Atlantic Horseshoe Crabs, and Northern Sea Robins.
Join our weeekend naturalists in our Wet Lab as we highlight a different live animal each Sunday. Enjoy hands on interaction with our native live animals as you learn about their diets, habitats, and quirks. Free.