All Outdoor Festivities for OKTOBERFEST are cancelled for 10-1-22. The Beer Garden will be moved indoors to the Community Center - pre-sale tickets ONLY will be admitted. See info under Events tab. More Info

Oktoberfest 2022

Date Posted: Wednesday, September 28th, 2022

The outdoor activities will all be CANCELLED due to impending weather. The beer tastings will be moved indoors to the community center and limited to only the presale tickets. There will be no tickets sold at the door. Adults ONLY will be admitted into the community center, NO children. Ticket holders will receive a wrist band and only those with a wrist band will be allowed to participate in the beer tastings. Those that have purchased VIP tickets will have exclusive tasting access from 1PM-2PM. All others with a ticket will be tasting from 2PM – 6-PM. There will be food available from Doric Lodge, braided pretzels, brats, sauerkraut, German potato salad.



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Trail of Treats – October 30, 2022

Date Posted: Tuesday, September 20th, 2022

  To download form, go to: https://millville.delaware.gov/files/2022/09/Doggy-Costume-Contest-Form.pdf To download form, go to: https://millville.delaware.gov/files/2022/09/Treat-Trail-Space-Form-1.pdf  



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2022 Town of Millville Oktoberfest

Date Posted: Wednesday, August 17th, 2022

Fun for the whole family! For tickets to Banks-tober Beer Garden, click the link below: http://bankswinesandspirits.com/page/bankstoberfest



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PUBLIC NOTICES

Date Posted: Monday, July 25th, 2022

PUBLIC HEARING 10-11-22



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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Date Posted: Monday, June 13th, 2022

THERE ARE NO POSITIONS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME BUT PLEASE CONTINUE TO CHECK BACK WITH US. EmploymentApplication2



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The History of Millville

Date Posted: Thursday, June 5th, 2014

What record does exist suggests the community came together very slowly over time. Although Millville didn’t formally organize until early in the 20th century, quite a few local families can probably trace their ancestries hundreds of years earlier. Gordon Wood Sr., who grew up in Millville, traced dozens of local genealogies in preparing his “Letters to the Little Ones” family history. And in doing so, he made this observation: many of the names appearing in the 1780 Census for the Baltimore Hundred were still in local evidence years after the town’s establishment. Among the 30 students of Wood’s graduating class of 1953 from Lord Baltimore School, fully 25 students still bore surnames mentioned in 1780, or their mothers did, he pointed out.



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