Milford church hosts a day of Family Fun today
MILFORD — Families looking for a chance to spend some time together celebrating the good old summertime will find the perfect opportunity today at Family Fun Day.
The sixth annual Family Fun Day, sponsored by the Light of the World Christian Church, will kick off at 9 a.m. with a host of activities at Keyes Field in Milford.
Organizer Michelle Berthiaume said the event is open to people from across the region, not just Milford, and to kids of all ages. Admission is free.
“Many families are looking for something to do this summer that does not cost any money,” Berthiaume said.
The church’s family fun day includes a free barbecue. There will also be organized games and activities throughout the day, including capture the flag, ultimate Frisbee and volleyball, along with a Milford Summer Basketball League 3-on-3 basketball tournament.
Milford’s Family Fun Day will also include a dunk tank, bounce house, face painting, and a chance to dabble in arts and crafts, and special activities have been designed just for teens.
Three live bands will be on stage from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. including Watch, Kaelumway and True North.
For more information, visit lwccnh.org.
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