When at the Milford Music Festival, don't forget the free wine


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  • Barbara and Amy Eisenberg (Photo provided)




  • Milford Craft Show (Photo provided)




  • Renegade Winery of Stroudsburg will be pouring their most popular reds and whites (Photo provided)




— After 25 years of business in a small tourist town, one thing's for sure: Barbara Eisenberg and her daughter Amy, owners of the Milford Craft Show store, know how to throw a party.

This weekend is no exception as they welcome Milford Music Festival-goers with free music and wine during the event.

On both Saturday and Sunday, from 1 to 4 p.m., Renegade Winery of Stroudsburg will be pouring their most popular red and white wines. Also on Saturday, Obi Kaye's Dark Side of the Cool will perform in the store's garden from 4 until 6 p.m. A musical marriage of Pink Floyd meets classic Jazz icons Miles Davis and John Coltrane, Floydian Bop is an original concept of recognizable songs with a catchy jazzy flair.

The Milford Craft Show is located at 120 East Harford St. in Milford. For more information, call 570-296-5662.

The store is open at 11 a.m.daily, year round, offering an eclectic mix of gifts, home decor and womens art-to-wear boutique fashions.





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