The holiday season is upon us, and COVID or not, some traditions go on no matter what!
Weekends through December 13, Downtown Milford Hometown for the Holidays
The weekend following Thanksgiving is traditionally Hometown for the Holidays in Downtown Milford, where shops and restaurants offer specials, the antique fire truck gives visitors a birds-eye view, and family fun abounds.
This year is different but the tradition remains: Hometown will be spread over multiple weekends, going through December 13. By extending the amount of time for the event, visitors have more options to visit and thus will reduce the typical crowd that mills through our “town by the mill” the weekend after Thanksgiving. There are lots of fun things going on, including the lighting of the tree and the silo – check out this Marvelous Milford post, and visit Downtown Milford Ohio on Facebook for more info.
Saturday, December 5, 5:30-8:30 pm, Miami Township Civic Center in Lights
The following Saturday in Miami Township, we’ll celebrate the holidays in a brand-new way: through a drive-through holiday event called the Miami Township Civic Center in Lights! You’ll stay safely in your car as you drive by displays of lights, floats, Frosty & Santa – plus get some great goodie bags filled with candy and other items! Almost 20 Milford Miami Township Chamber Members are giving away coupons to help jump-start your holiday shopping – great offers from places like LaRosa’s, Midwest Best BBQ, Kids First Too, Scintilla on Main, Recreations Outlet, and many more 🥳
Stay safe & we’ll get through this!
No matter how you celebrate this holiday season, be sure to wear your mask, social distance, and keep your groups to your “bubble” whenever possible. Together, we’ll get through 2020 and COVID – here’s to a much brighter 2021 😷 😌