The last weekend in June kicked off Events Ontario Softball Cricket League (EOSCL). Saturday June 23 was an event at Paramount Restaurant to unveil the team jerseys and captains. The league expanded from eight to 17 teams this season including teams representing town councillors.
April 28 marked the end of Milton Youth Recreation Centre (MYRec)’s basketball season at MyFest 2018. Awards were given out kicking off an afternoon of family fun and celebration at the Milton Sports Centre.
A golden sunset; vivid abstracts; tranquil landscapes; brilliant sparkling spiders; colourful beaded purse decorations: these are just some of Ursula McDermid’s creations.
Rain, and cold wind failed to dampen the community spirit as runners gathered at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre (MNCC) on May 12th. It was the third annual Run for Milton organized by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at – Milton Chapter to raise money for the Milton District Hospital Foundation (MDHF).
In the spring of 2015, when the doors opened to the Mattamy National Cycling Center (also known as the Velodrome), a new era for competitive cycling in Milton and surrounding areas was born.
“Game On is larger than us. It lives and breathes for the passion of outdoor ball hockey while supporting kids’ mental health,” says Angelo Posteraro, the Founder and Director of the Milton Orthotic & Wellness Centre Foundation (MOWC), as he looks forward to the 6th Annual GAME ON! Ball Hockey Tournament next month.
Summer has finally arrived and Milton Public Library (MPL) is once again welcoming children and their families to ‘read for the love of it’ by registering for the 2018 TD Summer Reading Club, Canada’s biggest summer reading program for kids of all ages and abilities. Join in on the fun on Saturday, June 23rd from 1:00 – 3:00 pm at the Main Library or Beaty Branch.
Established in 2016, the Run for Milton is an annual event that raises funds to support Milton District Hospital Foundation for much needed healthcare essentials.
The Town of Milton has been recognized as a gold-level youth friendly community through the Play Works Youth Friendly Community Recognition Program.
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.