|Easter Eggstravaganza: A free Easter Egg Hunt; to include prizes and pictures with the Easter Bunny. This is a community event that takes place in the springtime, and allows children (up to 10 years of age) and parents to run the fields of Sappington Park to search for Easter eggs that have been disbursed with numbers to be redeemed for prizes.
|Johnstown BBQ Day: This annual event has taken on many different names over the past 97 years. The idea of a local celebration started in 1912 with Dairy Day to promote the dairy industry in this area. Circus-type tents were set up to house events and cattle judging. Farmers from throughout the state, as well as surrounding states, came to Johnstown to exhibit their cattle, see the exhibits, and hear speakers with the industry. They also brought their families to enjoy the carnival rides, games, entertainment and food of the day.
|Beef & Bean Day: Beef & Bean Day has many different booths from outside vendors and events for people to participate in. In addition, there is a pancake breakfast, small parade, kids games, live music, barbeque, and fireworks which encompass a full day of many events.
|Milliken Madness Day: This is an event hosted by the Milliken Business Association and is a community-wide yard sale for residents and those passing-through. The event is Town-wide and allows people to collaborate and exchange, buy, and/or sell items to one another.
|National Night Out: This free annual event is hosted by the Milliken Police Department. The Police Department invites neighborhoods throughout the Town to join forces with thousands of communities nationwide for the National Night Out crime and drug prevention event. National Night Out will be held at the Milliken Police Department, where free hotdogs, drinks and popcorn will be available for people attending.
|Milliken Halloween Festival: This is another all free Halloween Festival that includes games, prizes, treat bags, pizza, hot dogs, drinks and cash prizes for the winners of the Costume Contest held annually by the Town’s Police and Mares Auto & Tire. Students in the fifth grade and under are invited to participate in this event to enjoy safe fun and games, allowing the opportunity for families to meet those who serve for them everyday.
|Milliken Festival of Lights: The Town annually hosts its Festival of Lights celebration in the Milliken Middle School, allowing for Milliken and surrounding communities to get together and celebrate the holiday season. This day full of holiday cheer begins in the late afternoon inside the school, followed by a small-lighted parade and a chili supper hosted by the Milliken Business Association (MBA).