Downtown Celebrates 14th Holiday Stroll

Holiday lights twinkled, music filled the air and the streets of Milford were alive with gingerbread men, nutcrackers and families enjoying the cool, crisp evening. Downtown Milford, Inc.’s 14th Annual Holiday Stroll brought many visitors to the downtown area where they were able to stroll through downtown and enjoy treats provided by downtown merchants.

“The Holiday Stroll has always been one of my favorite events in Milford and this year did not disappoint,” said DMI Director Trish Gerken. “It was wonderful to see the community come together and get in the holiday spirit.  A special thanks to all the locations that participated – with refreshments, live entertainment, crafts, and even a Harry Potter world. DMI is glad to host this event every year and we will begin planning for next year before you know it.

Downtown Milford, Incorporated (DMI), is a dynamic multi-faceted economic development organization that serves as positive force in the community at large. We work with business and property owners to beautify, revitalize, protect, preserve, and promote our historic riverside district. DMI operates as a 501c3 nonprofit organization and is accredited through the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Downtown Delaware Program. To learn more about Downtown Milford, Inc, its committees, volunteer opportunities and events, individuals can contact Gerken at director@downtownmilford.org or 302-839-1180.

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