Milford Fall Family Fun Day: It’s the place to be Saturday, October 14!
The 5th Annual Milford Fall Family Fun Day is coming Saturday, October 14 (rain date, Sunday, October 15), to Milford Town Park, on the corner of Congress and Walnut Street, from 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM.
Families, friends and neighbors of all ages and abilities are invited to enjoy live music, games and prizes, moonwalks, balloon art, face painting, caricatures, a Halloween costume contest, meet and greets with the animal ambassadors of Southwick’s Zoo, and much more. New this year, a number of community organizations and nonprofits will also be in attendance offering information and resources. These include the Milford Town Library, Friends of the Upper Charles Trail, Whitinsville Christian School, the Milford Youth Center, the Milford Regional Transit Authority and the Milford Fire Department.
While the Fall Family Fun Day is free to attend, a variety of food and raffle items (including a signed Julian Edelman jersey!) will be available at low cost with proceeds benefiting Alternatives’ services for people with disabilities and the Milford Public Schools special education programs.
This event is organized by Alternatives’ Greater Milford Advisory Council and hosted in partnership with the Milford Rotary Club to help raise awareness about Alternatives’ programs in Greater Milford and bring people of all abilities together. It is made possible thanks to Gold Sponsors Gallo Moving & Storage, The Law Office of Michael Kaplan, Milford National Bank & Trust, Milford Nissan, Printsmart Office Products, Rhode Island Bounce House and The Rotary Club of Milford.
For more information about the event or Alternatives’ services contact Liz Mirabelli Nye at [email protected] or 508-234-6232.
Alternatives helps individuals with disabilities build successful and satisfying lives in the community – lives that include real homes, real jobs and real relationships. Last year, Alternatives provided services to over 1500 people in 60 residential, employment and day programs throughout Central Massachusetts. For more information about Alternatives, call 508-234-6232 or visit www.AlternativesNet.org.