Labor Day Parade

 

For 68 years, the Milford Labor Day Parade has honored the military and entertained families, and the perfect way to end the Summer!  Milford’s Labor Day is part of a deep traditions of our historic town, and of one of the last celebrations of its kind in New England!

The Town of Milford and the Milford Improvement Team host the this year’s annual Labor Day Parade on the historic Oval and Community House lawn on Monday, September 4th at 1pm.  Bring your family and friends and come share in a small town parade that is a frequent stop for Local, State and National Politicians! Food, drink, face-painting, music, balloons – we have it all! This year’s parade theme will be “Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans…50 Years.”

Want to participate in this year’s parade? Spaces for floats, horses, antique cars are still available! Contact Brendan Philbrick at 654-9737 or Jerry Guthrie 672-1254 for more information and to sign up!

Click here to view a flyer for the 2017 Labor Day Parade.