Thursday, June 02, 2011


For the first time, the City of Milton will host a series of free, live summer concerts at Birmingham Park. Families and friends are invited to bring a picnic and a blanket and enjoy the tunes and warm summer nights!

Currently, the tentative schedule is as follows:

Friday, June 17 from 6:30 to 8:30 at Birmingham Park -- Father's Day with Lisa Port & Friends

Friday, July 1 from 6:30 to 8:30 at Birmingham Park -- Independence Day with Sarah Peacock

Friday, Aug. 5 from 6:30 to 8:30 at Birmingham Park -- End of summer with an act to be announced.

For more information on all of the City of Milton's special events, click here.


Anonymous said...

Is that the official name of the park? How about we name it something other than the road it is on or near? How about "Milton" Park? You know, after our city? You are referring to the 200 acre park right?

Anonymous said...

complain, complain, complain, typical import.

Anonymous said...

7:05, you are obviously too set in your ways. Why not open your mind to the possibility of something new. Innovation begins with old ideas being rethought or actual original ideas.

Look around Milton; a lot has changed!

Anonymous said...

I am set in my ways, but not enough to complain or argue about the name of a park even if it's named after an ass like you.

Try this for a new idea; if you don't like it here, Delta is ready when you are.

Anonymous said...

Milton keeps changing and you are the one who does not appear to like it. Maybe you should move.

Anonymous said...

Atlas Van Lines is on the way.

Anonymous said...

Oh, do you actually use a moving company? I thought your belongings would fit in a pick-up truck.

Anonymous said...

How did you know I have a pick-up truck, that's amazing, you must have esp or is it espn.

The truck is in the shop being repaired. The wiggling pin broke in the wobbling shaft and having problem with getting replacement parts.

Anonymous said...

Imagine having to drive on a road named "Old Bull Pen Road" to get to the concerts in Birmingham Park.

Oh my goodness, something has to be done about this situation.