The Downtown Milton Easter Egg Hunt is happening this Saturday, March 24, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. to 12 p.m. Free and open to the public, this annual event gives families from Milton and surrounding communities the chance to celebrate together and explore Downtown Milton. It is hosted by the Downtown Milton Business Improvement Area.
The Region of Halton, the Town of Milton, the City of Burlington, the Town of Halton Hills and the Town of Oakville, and Conservation Halton today announced they are commencing a joint Court application to confirm their jurisdiction to review the impacts of a major truck-rail project proposed by Canadian National Railway (CN) in the Town of Milton.
Milton was filled with the sounds of celebration at the annual Lunar New Year Festival, held at Milton Mall on February 24th.
Milton District Hospital Foundation (MDHF) honoured its community partners on February 8, 2018 with a reception. Community partners refer to people, and organizations that have helped the foundation raise funds for the hospital expansion.
Peter Marshall, Principal of Boyne Public School in Milton, has been named one of Canada’s Outstanding Principals for 2018 by The Learning Partnership, an organization which honours the unique and vital contribution of principals in publicly-funded schools.
The Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation raised $20,000 for Halton area schools. The money was awarded at a reception on February 8 at Troy’s Diner in Milton. The money was part of the funds raised through the annual Miracle on Main St.
International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. This year’s theme is #PressForProgress as we continue to address Gender Parity.
On Sunday January 21st Halton Jugarati Seniors Samage held their 1st meeting of the year at Grace Anglican Church in Milton. On this day they celebrated India’s 69th Republic Day.
The Townsend-Smith Foundation had some exciting news to share at their January 24 Town Hall. They were officially allowed to begin talking about a partnership with Conestoga College. Conestoga College is in an agreement to partner with the Wilfrid Laurier University on the Milton Education Village.
The Milton Players’ Theatre Group have made Noises Off the second play of their 2017- 18 Season. The comedy written by Michael Frayn is loosely based on the writer’s experiences watching a play from backstage, and all that goes on behind the scenes. “Noises Off ” is a term used to refer to noises from off-stage.