Walter Gretzky celebrated his 80th birthday October 8. Gretzky’s family and friends gathered at the Grand Chalet in Milton October 5 to celebrate with a dinner.
Tea cups were full, and pinky fingers were raised September 30, 2018 as Seasons’ Retirement Community hosted the fourth annual High Tea for Hospice.
October 22 was Election Day. Milton voters cast their ballots for the offices of: Mayor, Halton Regional Chair, Ward Councillors, and Regional & Local Councillors. Approximately 23,000 ballots were cast.
The Halton Community Rehabilitation Centre celebrated 20 years of success with an Open House attended by owners Tina Doney and Connie Francoz, staff, patients, and community members.
Hands-on activities and interactive, behind-the-scenes presentations were the name of the game at Milton Culture Days 2018 on September 28-30.
The Cliff Barron Team’s Annual Pumpkin Giveaway was a great success. Cliff Barron and his team were at Beaty Trail Park on October 21st giving away pumpkins to Milton families and accepted donations for United Way of Milton.
Milton once more heard the moans of zombies and chills of fright as it witnessed the 8th annual Milton Haunted House held inside Milton Mall.
The parking lot in front of Rad Brothers was rocking throughout the afternoon and evening on September 8, 2018 for the second annual Radfest live music festival. The owners of the popular local sports bar, and live music venue launched the party in 2017.
Morning commuters at the Milton GO station were surprisingly bright-eyed and bushy-tailed as they accepted free coffee and tea from Milton Transit representatives and current Town Councillors.
It was a sunny, late-summer day. A light breeze cooled the air, making it a perfect day for lawn bowling. The Milton Lawn Bowling Club has been in Milton for over a century, and September 19 hosted its final tournament for women’s teams from through Ontario.