Milford Pumpkin Festival
Celebrating 30 Years
Columbus Day Weekend October 11th-13th
Friday 5pm-9pm, Saturday 10am - 9pm, Sunday 10am - 3pm
NEWS FLASH! Halloween Forever Stamp -
First Day Issue Celebration in MILFORD, NH!!
Friday, October 11th, 5pm at the Emerson Park Stage - Click here for more info
Spooky Silhouettes Forever Stamps to be Released in Time for Halloween - Four stamps feature digital illustrations in which traditional Halloween motifs are rendered as black silhouettes in eerily backlit windows. Artist Tyler Lang created the artwork. Art Director Greg Breeding designed the stamps.
The Milford Pumpkin Festival- 30 Years of Great Family Fun!
Each Fall, Milford’s Pumpkin Festival draws tens of thousands of visitors to the town’s downtown. During this event, visitors experience Milford at its finest. Participants engage in a wide range of fun activities designed for all ages, but they also witness the community spirit of local volunteers, the support from local businesses, and the important role the downtown area plays in our community.
Purpose of the Event
Special events like the Pumpkin Festival provide visibility for the Town of Milford and help foster civic pride and a positive image of the community.
Over the years, the award-winning Milford Pumpkin Festival has become one of the most highly anticipated Fall festivals in New England. Attendance in 2018 was estimated to be upwards of 47,000 over the three days of the event.
Festival Details – 30 years, and still growing!
Traditionally, this 3-day Festival takes place on Columbus Day Weekend and occurs in Downtown Milford on the Oval, the Community House Lawn, Emerson Park and South and Middle Streets, Milford Town Hall and the Amato Family Performing Art Center on Mont Vernon Street.
Visitors to the Pumpkin Festival have many opportunities to enjoy a variety of family friendly activities, listen to wonderful musical entertainment at three stages, indulge in a wide variety of tasty food and much more!
Overview of Fundraising Benefactors
The Milford Pumpkin Festival is organized on the Town’s behalf by the Granite Town Festivities Committee (GTFC).
All monies raised by the Granite Town Festivities Committee during the Milford Pumpkin Festival are re-invested directly back into the community.
The Festival brings the community together and allows over 40 Milford area non-profit and civic groups to participate and raise funds to support their own endeavors.
Crotched Mountain Ski Pass Raffle
Again this year, Crotched Mountain generously donated a set of 2 Peak "Ranger" Ski Passes for a raffle to benefit the Granite Town Festivities Committee! These ski passes are valued at $1498 include unlimited, non-holiday access to all Peak Pass resorts and many other perks - more detailed info available on their website - click Ranger Pass information
Raffle Tickets - $5 each or 5 for $20 - Cash only - available that GTFC Booth #48 on The Oval. Raffle ticket sales close at 1:30 PM on Sunday and the winner will be announced at 1:45 PM at The Oval Stage. Attendance not required to win!