Fun Weekend Awaits Milford

B&G Club Bowl-A-Thon This Friday

The Greater Milford Boys & Girls Club will be hosting their annual Bowl-A-Thon this Friday March 16 at the Milford Bowling Lanes. This year, participants will have the opportunity to bowl unlimited games from 6pm-11pm, bid on a large selection of silent auction items and will even have  a chance to win $25,000, just for the minimal entry fee of $25.

Proceeds from the event will be used to enhance and expand the educational, athletic and character building programs offered to club members. Individuals can donate to bowlers, create a team or donate to the cause by downloading official B&G Club Bowl-A-Thon forms at  https://new.delawarelive.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/12/2012/02/BowlaThonForms.pdf. For further information on how to register, sponsor or donate to the Bowl-A-Thon event contact Margaux Azzanesi at the Greater Milford Boys & Girls Club at 302-422-4453 or by email at Mazzanesi@bgclubs.org.

Saturday Brings St. Patty’s Day Pub Crawl

The 2nd Annual Irish Pub Crawl is coming to town this Saturday March 17, beginning at 5pm. Downtown Milford Inc. (DMI) will be hosting this year’s event, which will include samplings of beer and wine from Fenwick Wine Cellar, as well as fun dining experiences from local vendors such as Abbott’s Grill and Georgia House.

The event encourages participants to walk through downtown Milford wearing official Pub Crawl t-shirts. The t-shirts will have the participating vendors names printed on the back of them. Attendees will receive a check mark on the back of the shirt for each vendor they visit. Event t-shirts are available for $15.00 at participating vendors including Abbott’s Grill, Second Street Players, Fur-Baby Boutique, and Georgia House.

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