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Milford Cub Pack 71 recruitment event
September 19th, 7pm
Evangelical Presbyterian Church, Broad and Ann streets, Milford

Calling all boys K thru 5th grade! Come see how much fun Pack 71 is!!  The Milford Cub Scout Pack 71 is holding their annual recruitment for boys from kindergarten through grade 5. Boys will enjoy a fun night of games and activities with friends. Friends and family, are welcome to join! September 19th at 7pm; Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Milford, contact Brandy Laube at milfordpack71@gmail.com or 973-903-2832.


Craft / Vendor Fair
Saturday, October 7,  10 AM - 3 PM
Evangelical Presbyterian Church, 300 Broad Street, Milford 

The Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Milford will be holding its second annual Craft / Vendor Fair on Saturday, October 7, 2017, from 10 AM to 3 PM.

The Fair will consist of items for sale by crafters, artisans and direct sale company representatives. Additionally, a pumpkin picking patch is planned and there will also be baked goods, hot dogs, soda and water available for purchase.

Both indoor and outdoor rental space for interested crafters, artisans and direct sale company vendors is available. No flea market items will be accepted. For more information and/or to registration for table space, please visit epcmilford.org or call the church office at 570-296-4711

The Evangelical Presbyterian Church is located at 300 Broad Street in Milford on the corner of Ann Street.

All proceeds from the craft fair will go to the church’s Community Care Fund which is used to help families, in our community and around the world, who are going through difficult times.