The bumblebees are back in Milton

Published on March 01, 2018 with No Comments


Pamela Holt is the public information officer at the City of Milton

Daylight Saving Time is coming March 11 and spring begins March 20. However you feel about losing an hour, it does bring about longer days. Have you noticed the beautiful Dogwood trees in bloom along the streets of Milton? As the days bring warmer temperatures, I am excited about being active on the Blackwater Heritage Trail, riding my bike and enjoying the sun. The MiltonLocal event calendar is filling up with spring time events which reminds us that summer isn’t too far away.

I’ve noticed the bumblebees buzzing around the neighborhood lately and azaleas everywhere are bursting on the scene. Unequivocally, Milton is most beautiful in the spring.

March 3 and 4 is the Riverwalk Arts Festival. I spoke with Toni New, president of the Santa Rosa Arts and Culture Foundation and she informed me they have more vendors than ever before. They will have 3 stages for live performances of local bands and chorus activities, a larger kid’s art area and so much more.

Scratch Ankle and the first Bands on the Blackwater event is April 13 at the festival area in downtown. Don’t miss out! There are so many activities ahead. Keep up with what’s happening in Milton! Stay tuned to!

If you have information you’d like to share with the Public Information Office, email or call 850-983-5767.

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