- Nomination Papers Available for April 3rd Town Election – Monday January 8th at 8:30 am
- Last Day to Obtain Town Nomination Papers: 2/12/18 by 5pm & Deadline to submit nominations is 2/14/18 by 5pm Town Clerk’s Office
- Deadline to Register to Vote for April 3rd Town Election: 3/14/18 by 8pm @ Town Clerk’s Office
- 2018 Dog licensing Starts April 1st 8:30am @ Town Clerk’s Office
- Town Election 4/3/18: Polls Open 8am until 8pm
- 2018 Regular Dog License Period ends 6/30/18 at 5pm ($10 late fee added 7/1/18)
The Tri-Valley Front Runners and the Milford Fire Fighters are teaming up for the Milford Santa Parade 2 Miler on Sunday, December 3, 2017 at 3:50
PM! The race will start at the Birch Street Fire Station (21 Birch St.) 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 sign up, click here.
- Open Gym- Open gym is a non-structured program where youth are allowed free play and choice of activities in the gym as well as the rest of the youth center (lounge and game room).
- Homework Help- Homework help is now at 3:00. We also have tutoring available for free. If you would like to take advantage of this service please email us to set up an appointment.
- Sewing- Sewing is going strong and we are having so much fun. Led by the very knowledgeable Lisa White with helpers Christine Daddario, and Darlene Dulude. We have already used sewing machines and made a ton of cool projects.
- Career and College Advising- This class is led by our Program Coordinator, Christine Daddario. For youth ages 14 and up who would like to start working or need help applying to colleges. The majority of work focuses on resume building, job searching, college applications and how to fill out a FAFSA.
- Crafts- Crafts is also led by Christine Daddario, with help from volunteer Darlene Dulude. The class is all about fun and creativity, and a lot of experimenting from Pinterest. We use a lot of up-cycled materials so youth learn about re-using and the benefits is has on the environment. For the month of November we are focusing on Thanksgiving related crafts.
- MYC Youth Council- The MYC Youth council is blowing u this year and we keep acquiring new members. The group recently nominated a first time leadership panel as follows: President-Kaitlyn , Vice President- Taylor Smith, Treasurer-Evy Lima, and Social Media Coordinator- Alejandro Rodriguez. The council will also be walking in the Veterans Day parade as well as the Welcome Santa parade. There is still room to join the council if you are interested!
- Nutrition- Led by Christine Daddario, who has a BS in Nutrition, with help from volunteer Darlene Dulude. The class will focus on making easy and fun recipes as well as tasting new foods. Youth will also be shown the importance of healthy eating through modeling and will be encouraged to make behavior changes through discussion and staff guidance.
Science Club- Led by Victoria Williams, the science club will be a place where youth can go to learn, talk, and experiment with all things science. From discussions to watching experiments, as well as making their own, the science club is a fun and exciting spot for any youth interested in science.
- CrossFit- We want to thank Marc Pitts from CrossFit Never Doubt as we finish off this class on the 13th of this month. The kids had so much fun and did not expect that they would like this class so much. This class will cycle again in a few months so if you want to try it you will have another chance.
- Performing arts-This group will be led my Barbara Brashier who taught performing arts before retiring. Victoria Williams will assist her. This group will focus on acting and rapping where kids get to perform and write monologues as well as learn how to rap.
- Yoga-Yoga is new this month and will be taught by Cindi Scrimgeour. For Cindi, yoga and mindfulness provide a source of strength and calm in her daily life. Cindi is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology, and teaches yoga for wellbeing. Cindi feels so sure about the benefits of yoga (both on and off the mat), that she became a RYT200 yoga instructor to share the benefits with others. Mindfulness & curiosity help to keep her and those she teaches, grounded in the present moment.
- Indoor “Blue Fish” Fishing- This fun one time workshop will train kids how to make the perfect cast and help them be ready for our regular fishing class to start up again when it is warm. Thank you so much to Bob Gilmore who has helped us out with fishing in October. The kids learned so much from him and are eager to learn more.
Nail salon- The nail salon will be Thanksgiving themed this month. Stop by to get your nails done by our talented Assistant Director, Katie Covell!
- We will hold a Thanksgiving dinner for our after-school member on the 21st from 3-5pm. We are always looking for volunteers to help out or donate an item. We will be closed the 22 through the 24th for the Thanksgiving holiday
- We will have limited programming during the week of the 27th as we are preparing for the Welcome Santa Parade!
* Front Desk Monitors – $11/hr