Passes and tickets can be purchased and/or picked up from the Milford Theatre Box Office:
Friday the 15th from 3pm-7.30pm
Saturday the 16th from 9.00am-5.00pm
Sunday from 9.30am-10.30am
Ticketed events are: Love Letters, Conversations at the Milford Theatre on Saturday, and Science Fiction at the Milford Theatre on Sunday. Available here at different price levels @ Eventbrite:
The Second Annual Milford Readers and Writers Festival
September 15th, 16th and 17th
Lee Child and Stephen Rubin
Robin Morgan and Farai Chideya
Patricia Bosworth and Martha Frankel
will come together, share ideas and have conversations with our community of readers...
The Milford Readers and Writers Festival aims to inspire conversations between people who love to read books and people who write them. Building on the timeless tradition of story telling and the participatory energy of book clubs, we focus on the readers by inviting them to share their insights, queries, and responses directly with the authors.
The next festival takes place in the historic Milford Theater and at several landmark sites around town, including Grey Towers National Historic Site, the Pike County Historical Society’s Columns Museum and the Pike County Public Library.
Milford is a historic town in northeastern Pennsylvania, situated on the upper Delaware River, right near where New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania meet, only 75 miles from New York City. Milford is the north gate to the 70,000-acre Delaware Water Gap National Park with its trails, waterfalls and river access. Milford is often referred to as the birthplace of the American Conservation Movement.