The Milford Green: Through the Years

A weekly place to post pictures of Milford Now & Then.

Do you have favorite memories of the Milford Green? Discuss them in the comments section!

Special thanks to for providing us with all of these photos!

Kathy Kobishyn June 08, 2012 at 12:26 PM
What a wonderful collection of images of the Historic Milford Green. When I think of the Green I automatically have an image of the beautiful Artists and Artisana Fair held by Denise m Curt for nearly 50 years. The exquisite craftsmanship and artistry of her clients was a joy to experience for me and the Green was always reverently respected by the vendors. I was amazed how on the day after the show the Green looked like no one had even been there. I missed seeing the show terribly this year.
Cindy Howard June 08, 2012 at 05:53 PM
I too enjoyed seeing these photos. What I remember as a child is going to Milford Center and the traffic cop stood in a barrel directing traffic. Also at Christmas there were golden garlands and a large chandelier in the intersection as well.
Ryan Sartor (Editor) June 08, 2012 at 08:13 PM
Thanks for the contribution, Tony! Add your photos of the Milford Green to this page and share them with Milford!
Kate Orecchio August 09, 2012 at 02:40 AM
Ryan, very interesting pictures. One piece of important information regarding the Green was omitted. The Green, as well as the city land around the City Hall Pond, North Street Pond,, Jefferson Park, Higby Park, & the Parsons complex Is now an Arboretum. The Milford Tree Commission & Milford Trees, Inc. got a grant to pay for the design by Landscape Architect Ed Vaughn. The plan was presented to the Parks Department and accepted by them. Since it"s inception more than 50 new trees have been planted at no cost to the taxpayers. The trees have been donated by Milford Trees Inc.and citizens of the town comemorating family and friends both living and passed on. In January there will be an exhibit at the library showing maps and other information concerning the Milford Legacy Arboretum. Kate Orecchio. V.Chm. Milford Tree Commission


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