Hassu Bihari recalls: “One evening in Mumbai, India, we….were sitting on Juhu Beach enjoying the beautiful sunset with the cool sea breeze blowing over the ocean waves, an idea came in my mind for a radio show. With our heart and soul the name ‘Sheetal Sangeet’ (Traditional Classical Mellow Music) was chosen in February 2000.”
Sunday, February 9th, 2020 kicked off the third instalment of Arts Milton’s community program, “The Friendship Project.” On this day, participants gathered to meet one another, and enjoy a casual afternoon of board games to break the ice.
On Thursday, February 20th members of the Parent School Council at Bishop Reding, hosted and celebrated a 10 year milestone of Trivia with the entire community both in and out of Milton! The energy in the room with those who participated was riveting with excitement!
Held at Granite Ridge Golf Club in Milton on February 15th the Valentine Dinner & Dance in support of Townsend Smith Foundation was organized by the Milton Knights of Columbus.
On Thursday February 20, 2020 at the Maplehurst Complex the OPSEU Local 234 Union Executive’s completed their third annual “24 Hours in the Cold” fundraising and awareness campaign for the Halton Women’s Place. Ryan Graham (Local 234 President)
Dean Wooley was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis, at 56. He was reassured that the disease, which causes joint pain could be managed well enough to allow him to continue enjoying participating in sports. He used his birthday in 2018 as a fundraiser called “No Limits” for the Arthritis Society. February 2, 2020 marked the second annual fundraiser.
Milton District Hospital Foundation (MDHF) honoured its community partners on February 6 with a reception. Community partners refer to people, and organizations that have helped the foundation raise funds for space,
The Milton Choristers have entertained audiences in Halton Region and beyond for more than 50 years. In the Spring of 2020 they will offer two concerts to their appreciative public, following their outstanding performance of Handel’s ‘Messiah’ at the First Ontario Arts Centre Milton during the Holiday season of 2019.
Black History Month provides the opportunity to learn, share and to celebrate the important contributions and vital role that Canadians of African descent have made to our community, province, country and the world.
January 26 marked India’s 71st republic day when the country’s constitution came into effect. In Milton members of Canadian Indian Association (CIA) of Halton Region gathered together to enjoy an afternoon of cultural performances from all regions of India.