In the interest of precaution, prevention and care for our community, the Township of Millburn has decided to postpone our Founding Day Celebration, scheduled for Sunday, March 15, until further notice.
This decision comes after much thought and consideration for balancing respect for public health concerns as a result of COVID-19 and a desire to continue with community building events and public engagement.
Stay tuned. We will communicate with the public as we reschedule this event for a later date.
163 years ago on March 20, the great community of Millburn, previously known as Milltown, Millville, Rum Brook and Vauxhall, was founded! We ask that residents still celebrate our Founding Day safely and comfortably with your family.
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Millburn Township is hosting its first ever Founding Day celebration on Sunday, March 15 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Bauer Community Center in Taylor Park!
Join us for a day of live music, arts and crafts, giveaways and rich history in honor of Millburn’s 163rd birthday. Refreshments will be served! All residents are welcome. The event is free and will go on rain or shine.
Did you know Millburn was founded on March 20, 1857 (we’re celebrating the weekend before!) from portions of Springfield Township? Be sure to brush up on your Millburn trivia before Founding Day for a special activity at the celebration!
The event will be hosted by the Cultural Engagement Diversity and Arts Committee. For more information, send an e-mail to CEDAinfo@millburntwp.org.