The annual Fall town-wide yard sale is held in Milton on the second Saturday in September at 9:00am. For more information, call the Milton Chamber of Commerce at 302-684-1101
The Annual Bargains on the Broadkill summer festival is an event for all ages. It features over 50 vendors of arts and crafts,jewelry, goodies and food. Also the Great Duck Race offers many cash prizes to the top 25 winners.Top prize is the Chamber of Commerce award of $500, with many more prizes donated by Chamber members. Come out and support the Milton Chamber of Commerce and enjoy a fun filled day in the historic town of Milton. Lots to do in Milton on the 4th Saturday of August. All events take place in Milton Memorial Park, Chandler Street in Milton.
The 10-mile Broadkill River Canoe and Kayak Race is one of the most respected competitive-paddling races on the Delmarva Peninsula. It pits almost 100 paddlers against one another as they vie for prizes and medals. More importantly, participants enjoy a day of healthy exercise and friendly sport along the scenic Broadkill River. Read more here...
At the Lydia B. Cannon Museum on Union Street, Milton. Food Trucks will invade Milton. From Indonesian Food to Burgers and Dogs, we offer it all on the following dates: June 14~ June 28~ July 5~ July 19~ August 2~ August 16~ August 30 from 6-8pm in the lot next to the Historical Society on the corner of Union and Magnolia Streets. Come for dinner, some live music and a Dogfish Beer. For more information contact the Chamber at 302.684.1101 or visit the Milton Chamber's website.
Led by volunteer birding guides, beginner and experienced bird watchers will enjoy observing and learning about the bird species frequenting the refuge at this time of year. Come prepared for the weather and expect to walk up to a mile. Bring your binoculars, a field guide, and spotting scope (the leader will have spotting scopes also). Binoculars will be available to borrow. Meet at the refuge office. Trips are free, open to the public, and last approximately three hours.
Hosted by Wayne Lehman, a retired Fish and Wildlife Manager for the Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife. Wayne has been involved in research and management of barn owls and screech owls since the early 1990’s and has banded over 700 barn owls and 200 screech owls! He will discuss banding methods, nest boxes, nest site competition with other species of wildlife, life history, and much more.
Discover the sounds of nature during this evening walk with a volunteer guide. Come prepared for the weather and expect frequent stops. Beginner nature enthusiasts are welcome. Trips are free and open to the public. Meet at the refuge office.