7/11/17 –– A Penn State Master Gardener will be at the Penn State Extension office, 514 Broad St, Milford, PA 18337, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM, to assist you with your garden, lawn, insect and/or disease control questions on an individual basis. Best of all it’s free. Walk-ins welcome! If you are unable to stop by during this time, you may call 570-325-2788 to leave a message or email PikeExt@psu.edu
7/9/17 –– A Penn State Master Gardener will be at the Farmers Market at The Columns Museum, hosted by Air Soil Water, 608 Broad St, Milford PA 18337, July 9, 12:00 – 2:00 PM, to assist you with your garden, lawn, insect and/or disease control questions, and best of all it’s free. If you are unable to stop by during this time, you may stop by the Penn State Extension office,514 Broad St, Milford PA 18337, Tuesdays, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM, call 570-296-3400 to leave a message or emailPikeExt@psu.edu
Milford United Methodist Church will be holding its annual Strawberry Festival on Saturday, June 24th. The festival is open from 9 AM* to 4 PM on the grounds of the church, in the heart of Milford. Address is 206 East Ann Street . This event is rain or shine and held Inside the Fellowship Hall and the grounds around the church. * Breakfast sandwiches are available for purchase from 7am-9am. The festival will feature more than 30 vendors (space is still available), our Famous Strawberry Shortcake with ice cream, Sausage and Pepper heroes, hamburgers and hot dogs right off the grill, fantastic bake sale , Arts and Crafts table and as part of the Milford Music Festival, our own “Methodist Pie and Friends” will be performing acoustical music throughout the event. Milford UMC hosts these festivals annually to support its local missions and the work of the church. To find out more about the programs and activities of the Milford United Methodist Church, check out our website at www.milfordmethodists.org For vendor spaces or other information please call the church office at 570-296-6124.
free on the streets of Milford PA
Thursday June 22nd
8:30-11:30pm Festival Kickoff Blues Jam hosted by Chris Raabe a Milford tradition Waterwheel Cafe, Bakery & Bar
Friday June 23rd
5-7pm Kelly Wask Alternative & Country Vocals & Piano Keller Williams Real Estate
6-7pm Nick Sauschuck Solo Acoustic Rock Milford Dairy Bar
6-8pm Jefferson Stylized finger-picking Guitar in the style of James Taylor porch of the Hotel Fauchere
6-9pm Lenny Miller Classic Rock Jen Murphy Fitness
7pm …and All That Jazz featuring Michella Oram and Jenn Rose Milford Theater $20
7-9pm Brokedown & Rebuilt Southern Rock & Old Country Milford Dairy Bar
8-10pm Tim Blohm Acoustic Guitar Laurel Villa Country Inn
8-11pm Talking Machine Acoustic Power Duo Upper Deck of Jorgenson’s at The Dimmick Inn
9pm Beatles and Bossa featuring Manny Moreira & Equator Milford Theater $20
9-midnite Jason Merrill … Main Bar at Jive Bar & Lounge
Saturday June 24th
10am-11am Play the Piano an open door invitation for festival goers to play the office piano Safe Haven
10am-1pm Ernie & Adam Sando Acoustic & Electric Classic Rock The Naked Bagel
11am-1pm African & Middle Eastern Rhythms with Obi Kaye Drumming Workshop & Performance Milford Craft Show garden
11am-1pm Brooklyn Judy & The Boys Oldies, Country & R&B Safe Haven
11am-4pm Somerville Contemporary Country, Roots & Rock Belle Reve
noon-1:30pm Third Degree Rock N Roll SOS Xtreme Comfort
noon-2pm Eric Langberg & Bluestone Blues Fretta’s Italian Specialities
noon-4pm The Chris Raabe Band Soul & Blues Waterwheel Guitars
12:30-3pm Junior Mac Original Blues porch of Davis R Chant Realtors
1-3pm Joe Guerra classical/Jazz solo Guitarist porch of the Hotel Fauchere
1-3pm John Curtin Acoustic Guitar Apple Valley Restaurant
1-4pm Merchants of Groove Classic Jazz, Rock & Blues Harrington House Bed & Breakfast
1-4pm Reno The Band Acoustic Folk Rock Jam Band Jorgenson’s at The Dimmick Inn
1-4pm Little Sparrow Free-spirited American Roots / 60s Rock / Bluegrass Van Gorders’ Furniture
1-4:30pm Indie Stage part 1 at the Milford Dairy Bar
(1:30-2 Ken Fox Soul / 2:15-2:45 Joe Straco Alt Acoustic / 3-3:35 Pioneer The Eel New Wave / 3:50-4:25 Hidden Cabins Indie Rock & Folk)
2-3:30pm Will Hoppey Folk Rock Garage Bar at Jive Bar & Lounge
2-4pm Olivia Zinn & Matthew King Indie Rock deck of the Frisky Goat
2-4pm Mick Kelly covers the greats: Elvis & the Beatles, Reggae & Soft Rock Enchanted Books & Gifts
2-5pm “Party Like Its 1959” Sam Goldstein, Ruben Austin & David Wallace Swing, Standards & Blues Pike County Public Library 2-5pm The Tara Minstrels Traditional Irish Golden Fish Gallery
2:30-4:30 Jared Feldman Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist Lacquer Nail Bar
3-5pm Michelle Zbinden Singer/songwriter porch of Patisserie Fauchere
3-5pm Christopher Gebbia Pianist Hotel Fauchere’s Delmonico Room
3-5pm Roy Emiliani Ckassical, folk, and jazz on a17th century Clavichord, Chimes, Bells, 26″ Gong & Woodrow The ARTery
4pm-? Pete Colgan and His Rockin Rebels Rock N Roll Fretta’s Italian Specialities
4-5:30pm Jason Merrill … Garage Bar at Jive Bar & Lounge
4-8pm Big Things Party Rock Jorgenson’s at The Dimmick Inn
4:30-8:15pm Indie Stage part 2 at the Milford Dairy Bar
(4:40-5:20 The Afraid Brigade Alternative Indie / 5:35-6:15 Brian Rothenbeck & The Adventuring Party Folk Rock / 6:30-7:15 Levy & The Oaks Folk Rock / 7:30-8:15 Sad Lips Shoegaze)
5-7pm Chris Raabe Solo Guitar Lacquer Nail Bar
5-8pm Bobby Kyle & The Administers Blues, R&B, Roots & Americana Ambience Fine Furniture & Gifts
5-8pm MEANT TO BE: Joe Guerra (Guitar) Pete O’melio (Drums) John Higgins (Trumpet) Jazz group porch of the Hotel Fauchere 6pm-? Pete Colgan … Garage Bar at Jive Bar & Lounge
7-10m Eric Langberg Acoustic Guitar Waterwheel Cafe, Bakery & Bar
8pm Scruffy Pearls Pop/Folk Milford Theater
8-10pm The Steve Tanczyn Band Rock & Blues Laurel Villa Country Inn
9pm-? Dave McHenry Acoustic Guitar Apple Valley Restaurant
9-midnite TBA … Main Bar at Jive Bar & Lounge
Sunday June 25th
10am-2pm Scott Weis & friends Robert Kopec & Steve Tanczyn real deal Blues Milford Farmers Market at the Columns Museum
11am-12:30 The Outcrops Blues, Funk, Folk & Country Roots Garage Bar at Jive Bar & Lounge
11am-4pm Circle Jam Jam Band Lacquer Nail Bar
11am-2pm David Wallace & Chris Raabe Swing, Jazz & Standards porch of the Hotel Fauchere
noon-1pm Veronica Fernandez Ukelele Strummer / Singer / Songwriter Milford Craft Show garden
noon-3pm The Spins Sussex County Indie Rock Enchanted Books & Gifts
12:30-3pm Little Big Band Classic Swing & Big Band Davis R Chant Realtors
1-2:30pm Adam Zajac … Garage Bar at Jive Bar & Lounge
1-1:45pm Jake Bender Alt Acoustic Milford Dairy Bar
2-2:45pm Veronica Fernandez Solo Acoustic Milford Dairy Bar
2-4pm Kelly Wask Alternative & Country Vocals & Piano Keller Williams Real Estate
3pm The Deanery Choir “This Is My Father’s World” St. Patrick’s Church
3pm-? Pete Colgan … Garage Bar at Jive Bar & Lounge
3-5pm The Soul Compound Blues / Soul Milford Dairy Bar
3-6pm TBA … Jorgenson’s at The Dimmick Inn
5-7pm Andrew Wheeler Blues / Roots Milford Dairy Bar
Other features: Saturday June 24th
9am-4pm Strawberry Festival Baked goods, craft sale, vendor fair & more Methodist Church Flea Market Presbyterian Church
10am-3pm Lawn Sale Pike County Public Library
11am-4pm Craft exhibit The Artisan Exchange noon-late Brooklyn Day in PA Block Party 10th Anniversary! Music, food & fun Jorgenson’s at The Dimmick Inn
Sunday June 25th
10am-2pm Milford Farmers Market The Columns Museum
Name of Event: Family Fun Day
Date/Time: Saturday, June 17; 12-4 pm
Location: on the grounds of Pleasant Valley Presbyterian Church, 150 Pilgrim Way, Brodheadsville
Description: A free Family Fun Day to promote community awareness of The Garden of Giving and other agriculture organizations. Free activities: pony rides, face painting, baby chicks, crafts, ladybug release, antique farm equipment, gardening demo, composting information, healthy snacks. Farm to table cooking demo with chef Mike Abate. Special appearance by 2016 West End Fair Queen Lindsey Edwards.
For information: 646-522-9149. This event is the Eagle Scout Service Project of August Randazzo, Troop 109 Saylorsburg.
Neuhaus encourages residents to take advantage of Orange County’s farmers markets this summer
*Press Release from Orange County Government
Farmers markets offer fresh local fruits and vegetables
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus reminds residents that the County’s summer farmers markets will be open through October.
There are 14 summer farmers markets in Orange County.
“Shopping at farmers markets is a great way to support the local economy,” Neuhaus said. “These markets are important to our farming families and provide us with fresh, healthy produce, helping to ensure a sustainable Orange County. I hope residents will continue to support our local farm stands and markets this summer. It’s a great way to eat healthy and meet our neighbors who are growing the produce that we put on our tables for our families.”
Orange County’s farmers markets offer local fruits and vegetables, along with prepared foods, wine, honey, flowers, and everything from meats to quiche. Each market has its own individual character with unique offerings and vendors who take pride in their homegrown products. For a full listing of Orange County farms and farmers markets, visit orangecountygov.com/agriculture or call 615-3840.
“You won’t just find produce at our farmers markets,” said Orange County Tourism Coordinator Susan Hawvermale. “You’ll find a unique cultural experience in a relaxed setting with friendly people. They’ll even give you tips and ideas on ways to cook all the products they sell.”
Farmers markets support a $100 million dollar agricultural industry in Orange County, stimulating the local economy and creating jobs. Approximately 16 percent of the county’s land is farmland and over 10,000 acres are in vegetable production, which is the third largest in the state.
“We encourage residents to support our local farmers at a farmers market or farm near you,” said David Church, Orange County’s Commissioner of Planning. “Everyone benefits when you purchase food picked at the peak of freshness and produced by a local farm.”
For more information, contact Justin Rodriguez, Assistant to the County Executive for Communications and Media Relations at 845.291.3255 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A free lunch will be provided for all volunteers.
Friday, May 5th – MDA Ride for Life Meetup
Harley-Davidson is celebrating 30 years with their largest fundraiser for MDA!
Moroney’s will be one of the first meet up locations for our area. We are planning to have some kind of grub for our customers/riders (TBD), meet up will be with a group led from McDermott’s. Group will then leave our dealership to then meet another group at O’Toole’s in Wurtsboro. They will then depart O’Toole’s to head to Reading, PA for MDA Ride for Life. So right now the times are as follows:
- Arrive at Moroney’s 833 Union Ave in New Windsor at 10:45 AM.
- From there they will leave at roughly 11:15 AM to go to O’Toole’s in Wurtsboro where they will pick up another group of riders.
- They will leave O’Toole’s at approximately 1:00 PM to head out to Reading, PA for the MDA Ride Event.
*Subject to change as event gets closer
Hot-dog dinner! Help support your local Milford Cub Scout Pack 71 by treating yourself for dinner
Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Milford. Saturday, April 1st, 2017 5 to 8pm
For more information, contact Brandy Laube 973-903-2832 or email@example.com
Only $5 Hotdog, side & drink
$5.00 for hot dog, choice of side, drink & dessert item
To-go orders & A la Carte items also available