Fifth Annual Milford Juneteenth Celebration!

Saturday, June 15, 2024 | 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM | Milford Green

Come join in the fun, historical and educational significance, and celebratory aspects of America's newest national holiday on the historic Milford Green!

Food vendors, musical performers, children's activities, books, games, clothing, novelty items, artwork, and Milford nonprofits will be featured. Mary Taylor Memorial United Methodist Church is an adjacent co-location.

Sponsored by All in for Milford and supported by Milford Historical Society, Milford Arts Council, First Baptist Church, Beth El Center, Milford Bank, Barrett Outdoor, Mary Taylor Memorial United Methodist Church, Milford Regional Chamber of Commerce, the City of Milford, among others.

Contact Bryan Anderson 203 306-7294 or Nija Phelps 480 293-4240 for more information or email Interested vendors are encouraged to apply.

Juneteenth Flag-Raising with Mayor Anthony Giannattasio

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Juneteenth Event Schedule

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Juneteenth Vendors and Nonprofits

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About Milford Juneteenth

The goal of the Milford Connecticut Juneteenth commemoration is to celebrate the emancipation of enslaved people in the United States of America. Through this celebration, we seek to highlight the many accomplishments of the African diaspora by showcasing the culture through food, performing arts, and entrepreneurship. We also seek to increase public knowledge by emphasizing the many contributions made by the descendants of Africans to the American society and the world at large. [ more ]

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