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.”
Milton was bedazzeled with a holiday specatuclar performance of The Nutcracker performed by Milton’s The Dance Class. This Christmas favourite was held at the Mattamy Theatre on Saturday November 24 and Sunday November 25th inside the FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton.
On November 3rd the students at Bishop Reding Catholic Secondary School in Milton held their third annual STEM Conference. Te program concentrating on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) is organized by the students in grades 6 to 8 and gives an exploration and interactive learning experience to participants.
The Town of Milton will be hosting a New Year’s Day Levee on Tuesday January 1st from 1 to 3 pm at Milton Town Hall (150 Mary Street). Residents are warmly invited to come and exchange New Year’s wishes with Mayor Gord Krantz and councillors.
YES! I jumped for joy and did a happy dance in my kitchen. After years of admiring pictures on Facebook and wishing I could be a part it, I had scored a table at the most exclusive party in town, the Black and White Pajama Party.
Venetian masks lent an air of mystery to the Granite Ridge Golf Club November 3, 2018. The Italian Canadian Club of Milton (ICCM) hosted its sixth annual Venetian gala benefitting the Milton District Hospital Foundation (MDHF).
On the Eve of the Festival of St. Teresa of Avila, October 14th, Rev. Karine Snowden was inducted as Rector of Grace Church by The Venerable Michael Patterson, Archdeacon of Trafalgar on behalf of The Rt. Rev. Susan Bell, Bishop of Niagara.
Girls Inc. is a local charity dedicated to promoting positivity among young girls from 5-18 years of age. On Thursday October 25, Matador Eyeworks held a “Girls Inc. Social, where attendees had a chance to meet Executive Director Shelley Nicholls.
Tea cups were full, and pinky fingers were raised September 30, 2018 as Seasons’ Retirement Community hosted the fourth annual High Tea for Hospice.
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.