Celebrate 30 Years Of Family Fun At The Annual Milford Pumpkin Festival

It has been 30 years since the Annual Milford Pumpkin Festival started and it keeps getting better and better.

A Fun Family Experience At The Milford Pumpkin Festival

Each fall, people from around town visit Milford for its Annual Pumpkin Festival. Participants get to experience various fun activities that are designed for all ages. It is also during this event that Milford residents get to show their community spirit, volunteerism, and support to local businesses.

A Tradition Of Fun And So Much More!

30th Annual Milford Pumpkin Festival

The Annual Milford Pumpkin Festival is traditionally held on Columbus Day weekend and is celebrated in Downtown Milford. During this event, beer, wine, and spirits are available. You will also experience a lot of food, local music, artisans and various activities and community events.

Jay Jackson at the 30th Annual Milford Pumpkin Festival

This year, experience once again some creepy art by Jay Jackson at Wicked Ways Inc. This local artist will be doing live horror portraits. His works are also on display and for sale at the Oval next to Bar One.

Highly Anticipated Milford Pumpkin Festival

30tt Annual Milford Pumpkin Festival

The annual Milford Pumpkin Festival is a special event that helps create a positive image of the community. It also provided visibility for the town and helps foster civic pride in the community.

This fall event is highly anticipated in New England. In 2018, it was estimated that 47,000 people participated in the three-day event.

This year, the much-awaited 20oz commemorative Milford Pumpkin Festival tumblers will be available at the GTFC booth on The Oval for $20. You have to hurry as there are limited quantities only!

For more information about this event or if you want to be a volunteer, visit the Milford Pumpkin Festival website.

More About The Event

What: 30th Annual Milford Pumpkin Festival
When: Oct 11, 2019 at 5 PM EDT 
      Oct 13, 2019 at 3 PM EDT
Where:PO Box 847 
      New Hampshire