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Rescue Junction coming to St. Paul’s United

Rescue Junction, a popular bluegrass gospel group from the Waterloo area, is coming to St. Paul’s United, 123 Main St. Milton, on Sunday, March 24, 2019. This group of five gifted musician and vocalists have been travelling and singing together since 2009. Originally comprised of brother and sister Kyle and Katelyn Gerber, who play mandolin and guitar respectively, the band has grown to include Roger Martin on banjo, Dallas Roth on upright bass and Nick Huber on dobro.

United Way of Halton and Hamilton Addressing Milton’s Unignorable issues

You can’t solve a problem if you don’t know it exists. In our busy world, important local social issues can often go unnoticed. United Way wants to change that.

We all love this place we call home. With the excitement of growth and development, Milton is an attractive place to plant roots. Yet, with this intensive growth, challenges have also presented and a number of households and individuals are falling behind. Essentially, the equity gap is widening striking divide between those who have less.

Magical Milton – A film about our town

Fahim Hamid Ali is an artist who passionately believes in the importance of communicating with his audience. He moved from canvas to film around 4 years ago and produced two successful documentary projects celebrating Canada. One of his films is titled MAPLE MORNING. This is the story of immigrants who have contributed successfully to society in many ways. The other film, STEADFAST, celebrates the life and times of Doctor Jean Augustine, the first black woman minister of Canada.

Milton Film Festival 2019 – An Award winning Season ahead

And just like that, another year has passed and it’s time to usher in a new year, and a new series of films at the Milton Film Festival. This year’s Festival will take place from January 25-27, 2019, and all films will screen at the First Ontario Arts Center Milton. This year’s line up has been highly lauded and awarded by both viewers and critics alike.

Choristers Shine in their 50th Year

More than 60 talented Choristers filed onto the stage at the FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton on the evening of December 1, 2018. The group’s annual concert this year was entitled “50 Years of Song,” and celebrated 50 years of the choir’s ongoing presence within our community.  Chorister Helen Dietz says, “This anniversary represents the power of music to bind community members together in joy and struggle to create the beautiful artistic creation that is choral music.”