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  • Fall into Milton town-wide event set for Oct. 19

  • Milton will host its third annual Fall into Milton festival downtown from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Oct. 19.
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    • SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
      > 10 a.m. - Festival begins

      > 11 a.m. - Pet costume contest judged and prizes given by Denise Suthard of Milton.

      > 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. - A free button-cutti...
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      SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
      > 10 a.m. - Festival begins
      > 11 a.m. - Pet costume contest judged and prizes given by Denise Suthard of Milton.
      > 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. - A free button-cutting and rope-making demonstration will be inside the Milton Historical Society museum.
      > 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. - Musical entertainment by Phil Kane
      > 3 p.m. - Festival ends
      ALL DAY
      > Free strawman puppet making inside the Milton Historical Society museum. Materials will be provided at no charge.
      > Volunteers will assist children with pumpkin painting. The price is $2 per pumpkin.
      > Milton Century Club will provide free hot cider and information about the club.
      > Milton Garden Club will sell raffle tickets for their homemade dessert of the month, plants and bunches of dried herbs. Their signature Williamsburg-style boxwood wreath for the holidays will be on display and orders will be taken for it.
      > Friends of the Milton Public Library will read ghost stories and sell books and Milton items at its gift shop.
  • Milton will host its third annual Fall into Milton festival downtown from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Oct. 19.
    The festival features fall produce, mums, pumpkins, crafts, sea glass, T-shirts, lavender, antiques, soap, demonstrations, activities and food. There will be fall activities for all ages, including a pet costume contest, pumpkin painting, strawman puppet making and more. Fall food will be available for sale, including autumnal soups, pulled pork, baked goods, beef stew with biscuits, coffee, hot cider, sodas, water and chips. Food will be provided by Irish Eyes, Nana’s Delights, Creative Crumbs Bake Shoppe and Milton resident Myra Oates.
    The festival is free and will be held rain or shine at the corner of Magnolia and Union streets near the Lydia Black Cannon Museum.
    For more information, contact Greig at (302) 684-3804 or (302) 684-4499, or visit www.facebook.com/antiquesinmilton.
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