Milford Youth Center

A Program of the Town of Milford and the United Way of Tri-County

MYC Holiday Events 2016!

As we enter the Holiday Season, we want to share with the community about some special Holiday events!

Saturday December 3rd

Movie Morning Flyer - Dec_3_2016 jpegThe Vineyard Church of Hopkinton is putting on a morning movie called “Why Do We Call It Christmas?” from 10am-12pm in our movie room downstairs. Kids and families from the community are welcome! Snacks and popcorn will be included and you can also bring snacks of your own.  If you are registered for our after school program, you may attend alone. However, if younger siblings are joining you, you must have a parent/guardian attend as well.

gala of treesThe Milford Jr. Women’s Club is hosting the “Gala of Trees” event upstairs in the homework room/arts and crafts room! The event is a fundraiser to support their “guardian Angel Fund” which is set up to assist those in need who may have suffered events which have left them in situations of hardship. Organizations will have trees and wreaths decorated to be raffled off.  This event is open to the public Saturday from 12pm-5pm & Sunday 3-5 pm so stop by upstairs to bid on these beautiful decorations! Winners will be picked Sunday afternoon so trees can be picked up by Sunday evening.

Sunday December 4th

santa parade 2016The Milford Youth Center will be open to the community for Jingle Bell Jamboree!! Come join us for arts & crafts, face-painting, games, our castle jumpy, pictures with Santa, hot chocolate and holiday cheer!! This is open to all families of the community to stop in and enjoy some holiday activities from 2-4pm. **The youth center after school members are invited to meet at 4pm to be a part of our float for the Santa parade! Meet behind the Big Y (old Hannaford’s) and dress appropriately for the weather.**

santa race
The Tri-Valley Front Runners and the Milford Fire Fighters are teaming up for the Milford Santa Parade 2 Miler.  The race will start at the Birch Street Fire Station and will continue on the closed parade route with thousands of excited fans cheering for you and waiting for Santa!!  The race will end at the bottom of Spruce Street where you will be able to watch the parade or proceed around the corner to the Milford Youth Center to get warm and enjoy refreshments. The start line is within walking distance to the Birch Street Fire Station.  All runners will need to provide their own transportation back to the start line following the parade unless you have made other arrangements. To register, click here.

Schedule Race day registration begins at 2:30 PM, start at 3:50 PM
Benefits Milford Youth Center and Milford Food Pantry
Awards Top 5 Male and Female Runners
Medals To all runners under age 14
Hot Chocolate Mug To all runners, courtesy of Sherwin Williams
Course Point-to-point on closed parade route with thousands of cheering spectators.  NO walkers.  Map
Parking On Industrial Road near the start
Entry Fee Pre: $10, Post: $15.  Checks payable to: TVFR (no refunds)
Mail To TVFR, PO Box 708, Framingham, MA 01701
Donation Please bring a non-perishable food items with you as a donation!
Contact Email

Sunday December 10th

als dinner 2016ALS Holiday Dinner Fundraiser: Saturday December 10th from 7pm-12am at the Hoboken Club, 252 Central Street, Milford, join us for a night of dinner, dancing and holiday cheer to support the Milford Youth Center Scholarship in memory of former MYC chairman and MABA Youth President Paul “Wally” Seaver in conjunction with the 4th Annual FIGHT ALS Youth Holiday Showdown presented by Hoop Crew, LLC. There will be food, DJ entertainment, cash bar, raffles and silent auctions.  Tickets are $40 per guest and are available now at and will also be available at the door the night of the event.  Proceeds from the Holiday Dinner and the Youth Travel Basketball Tournament will fund the MYC Scholarship in memory of Paul “Wally” Seaver along with supporting the ongoing research in the fight against Lou Gehrig’s Disease (ALS).

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