Downtown Milford In Bloom

The Downtown Milford Inc. (DMI) In Bloom Program is in full swing. Volunteers from DMI and Milford Parks & Recreation have installed large “Hayrack” style baskets on lampposts in Downtown Milford and filling them with beautiful, blooming flowers. Look for large “Bloom Master” hanging baskets located in various downtown locations, along with a magnificent floral display at the river on Walnut Street.

Individuals can participate by being a sponsor of “Milford in Bloom.” Lamppost sponsorships are still available for $100 each, while the larger, “Bloom Master” hanging basket sponsorships are $200. The names of all sponsors and honorees will be displayed prominently all season on the DMI kiosk at the Riverwalk and Farmer’s Market on Walnut Street, and will appear on the DMI website, www.downtownmilford.org. For more information about the In Bloom Program and Downtown Milford Inc. call 302-839-1180.

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