Dufferin Aggregates marked a milestone November 10th. The company announced a total of $1 million raised for Halton Healthcare Services through their drum campaign. The campaign has been a yearly event for the past 10 years.
The Milton Sports Hall of Fame grew by five new members on November 19th. It was a packed house that cheered two inductees into the builder, and athlete (athlete, and veteran athlete) categories, as well as one in the team category.
The holiday season is upon us – this is the time of year in which we extend generosity towards our family and friends in the form of gifts, gatherings, and goodwill.
Councillor Rick Di Lorenzo celebrated his 45th Birthday by holding a fundraising party at Epic Lazer Tag in Milton. Instead of cards or presents people were invited to bring a donation for Milton District Hospital.
The pinkie fingers were up, the fascinators were fastened for the Townsend-Smith Foundation’s Annual High Tea. The third edition of the popular event took place September 24, 2017 at Seasons’ Retirement Community.
In 2013, Steve Sampaio and wife CariMae purchased a beautiful 11-acre oasis at 12084 Sixth Line Nassagaweya – promptly named “Steve’s Acres” in ode to a long-term dream finally acquired.
Saturday, November 25, at 2 p.m. the popular Puslinch Fiddle Orchestra, (PFO) based in Aberfoyle, will perform their toe-tapping coast, to coast, to coast Canadian fiddle tunes and songs at St. Paul’s United Church, 123 Main St. E in Milton.
Most citizens of Milton cannot recall a time without at least one annual concert featuring the glorious, high quality singing of the Milton Choristers.
Did you know that Winnie the Pooh is based on a real bear from Winnipeg? Did you know that the Mall of America is owned by Canadians?
Two Milton Councillors will hold a Budget Open House regarding both the Town of Milton and the Region of Halton 2018 Budgets.