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Milford’s first annual Pub Crawl was a success. Not only did the event bring Milfordians downtown to see the new revitalization efforts by Downtown Milford Inc (DMI) and local businesses but offered residents of surrounding municipalities a chance to experience what Milford has to offer.

The evening began with the Grand Opening of Minorbird, a locally owned boutique offering a wide range of gift items, jewelry, baby gifts, candles, holiday decor and vintage finds.

Fur-Baby Boutique gave the town a sneak peak at their new shop which offers unique items such as Eco friendly, handmade, organic, and rescue friendly products for pets. The Grand Opening will be held on Saturday, April 30 during the Annual Bug and Bud Festival.

The Mispillion Art League was also open to host their monthly Third Thursday by featuring The Art of Russia . 16 Mile Brewing Company and Fenwick Wine Cellars were giving away samples of their best beers and wines at the 2nd St. Players theater while live music was performed.

Leafo Photography was out and about town snapping pictures of the evening’s events.  Pictures of the event, by Leafo Photo, can be found at milfordlive.com.

Sponsors for the event included Abbott’s Grill, Fenwick Wine Cellars, Georgia House, Leafo Photo,  Milford Live, Milford Tavern, Minorbird, Miss Q’s Bar and Billiards, Park Place, Punchline, 2nd Street Players, 16 Mile Brewing Company.

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