MILLTOWN, NJ - Due to the forecast of inclement weather for Saturday, the organizers of Milltown Day have announced that they have decided to postpone the event to Sunday October 5. Please come out on Sunday and join TAP Into Milltown and all of the other sponsors and merchants, for this special day! Vist Tap Into Milltown for more details on the events to be held.
Milltown Day Festival Postponed To Sunday October 5
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