On April 18 at the Milton Education Village Innovation Centre the Ontario government gave final approval and financial support to expand access to post-secondary education in the Town of Milton and surrounding region.
Milton Players’ offering this month is the Odd Couple by Neil Simon. It’s a play that follows an “opposites attract” story. Felix Ungar is described as an uptight ‘neat-freak,’ and when he divorces his wife he moves in with his best friend Oscar Madison described as messy, and more relaxed.
The Albatross Restaurant at Granite Ridge Golf Club was impeccably laid out in preparation for the annual Community Awards Gala on Friday, April 13.
The Halton Regional Police Chorus is anticipating a great community evening at St. Paul’s United Church at 123 Main St in Milton on Saturday, May 12. With a Celtic theme in mind the Chorus will be joined by special guests, the Graham Irish Dancers, the Tim’rous Beasties, a father and son duo from Burlington, and the Halton Regional Police Pipes & Drums.
The Rotary Club of Milton has purchased a commercial grade portable BBQ with money awarded by the Milton Community Fund.
There was much activity in the Milton Sports Centre on Saturday, February 24th. This was not only because of the bustling families enjoying their regular winter skating fun.
It was opening night at the fifth annual Milton Film Festival, and from the moment the guests began to arrive at the First Ontario Arts Centre Milton it was clear from the size and energy of the crowd that this year’s Festival was going to be something special.
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.
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.