2017 marked 40 years in business for Achilles Mazda. The family-run business started in Acton in 1977 where it remained until 2 and the decision was made to relocate to its current Milton location.
On Saturday, August 25, MilliporeSigma’s Curiosity Cube™ mobile science lab visited Milton Library as part of its second annual tour and first visit to Canada.
Classic was the word of the night July 21 on Main St in Milton. As in classic cars lining both sides of the street, classic music filling the air. Adding to the magic was the warm breeze floating over the street.
The South Asian Mommies of Milton is a social group which started 2 years ago by Ramya Siva and Diksha Pal Narayan in an attempt to get the South Asian mothers together.
Teams of up to 6 bowlers hit the lanes to support Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of Halton and raise funds for their mentoring programs for children and youth.
Milton is adding street parking exceptions and parking ticket payment features to the myMILTON mobile app, placing parking in the palm of your hand.
Whether it be custom framing your treasures, canvas printing, international or local fine art, Dorland-Haight Galleries can do it all, including making ‘house calls’ to help you find or select images to suit your personal style or corporate brand.
Matador Eyeworks used its third anniversary to give back to the community. On December 16, 2017 they hosted a trunk show from Caroline Abraham and used it as an opportunity to give back to the Halton Women’s Place.
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Mark and Zeena at Matador Eyeworks believe your eyeglasses are the single most important part of your look. They help define your image.
When the 300 tickets for the Black and White PJ party were made available, they were sold out within 3 hours. Many of the ladies have attended for several years. “Milton citizens are very supportive,” said Marg Saliba, “after all, this is all in aid of our hospital and we’re all going to use it one way or another!”