Don't let the weather keep you inside! Go out and enjoy yourself this weekend. There is so much fun to be had out and about in Milford. Below are just some of the shows, workshops and gatherings in your community.
Friday, Jan. 27
The ice and snow may keep some indoors, but others are eager to keep up their sport. If you've ever considered ice fishing, there's a at the Margaret Egan Center at 6:30 p.m. Kids are welcome!
If you like a show with your dinner, let singer and entertainer serenade you at from 7:30 to 10:30. This show is free!
Twenty-one-year-old singer/songwriter Kristin Erret will bring her clever and cheeky lyrics to the for a Coffeehouse performance at 8 p.m. General admission tickets are $15.
Saturday, Jan. 28
Start your morning right! Get the kids on their feet and moving around while having fun. Recreational tennis lessons have begun at the Tri-Beach Center. See the for more information on age groups and prices.
Have a productive weekend this week. There's a at 1 p.m. College students, moms, dads and teens are welcome. The offers free workshops to help you advance yourself and your career.
Help out the kids ang get some laughs at the same time. The raises money for their post Junior Prom event. The doors at the open at 7 p.m. at tickets are $25.
Sunday, Jan. 29
"Statistics indicate that more than 13 million people ages 65 and older will experience a fall or some other medical emergency in their homes this year." - If you're concerned about this, hear what Jennifer Cotter has to say about Lifeline. for more information.
, the Eric Ting-directed and adapted play, brings a blend of the contemporary and classic Shakespeare to the Long Wharf Theatre in Hamden, Conn. The show starts at 2 p.m. and tickets are $72.
It's at the Smoking Gun Research Agency in Orange, Conn. The Good Shepherd (R) will start at 7 p.m. This event is free!
Check out the full list of events over the next few weeks by clicking the "Events" tab above and then "Browse Events" on the drop down menu.