Toasting the Town Pub Crawl

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A growing tradition for the Milford community, the Annual Toasting the Town St. Patrick’s Pub Crawl features local businesses and local restaurants and pubs as Downtown Milford Inc. (DMI) continues their commitment to highlighting downtown Milford. Each business features a sampling of a unique drink or food and celebrates the holiday with a twist that reflects their specific business. The event encourages participants to walk through downtown Milford wearing official Pub Crawl shirts. The t-shirts will have the participating vendors names printed on the back of them as attendees will receive a check mark on the back of the shirt for each vendor they visit. Starting the Toasting The Town event in 2011, DMI has sold out of participant t-shirts every year.

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