A “NIGHT OF HOPE” on the Green! Sharing HOPE Where Help Is Needed...
The town of New Milford in collaboration with Mayor Pete Bass and faith leaders throughout the community will host a special “NIGHT OF HOPE” downtown on the New Milford Green on Saturday, September 26, 2020 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm. This refreshing and exciting evening will include encouraging words and prayers from faith leaders as well as uplifting music from an amazing live band of local musicians and singers highlighting the message Hope where help is needed. In the midst of the pandemic and recent Tropical Storm Isaias that rocked our area comes the opportunity for “New Milford Proud & Strong” to become even stronger as we join together to encourage one another and demonstrate the heart of this great community where HOPE wins!
The Green’s band stand will serve as the central location of this event and invite you to come prepared with chairs and/or blankets to gather around while adhering to the current state and local CDC guidelines of social distancing, sanitized areas and mask wearing to ensure and safe and enjoyable evening on The New Milford Green. The event is FREE and encourages everyone to please demonstrate the kindness and respect for one another that highlights the outstanding character and conduct that our amazing town stands for.
“I believe that our community is hungry for a positive message and a time where we can join to reflect and praise the beautiful community we reside in.”
- Mayor Pete Bass
Come experience a refreshing time to reflect on words of encouragement and songs that will fill your heart with Hope no matter the season or setback as we rally TOGETHER for even greater days for our community and country. Hungry for Hope? Help is on the way! Join us on The Green for a night you don’t want to miss!
On behalf of the Mayor’s office and faith community leaders, we look forward to your arrival as we join together for this grand event of HOPE! For further information, please visit the town of New Milford website at: newmilford.org or contact Pat Hembrook at: 860.355.6010.