Events’ Ontario Softball Cricket League’s (EOSCL) season is over. The organization completed its third season September 22 with a pair of matches at Sherwood Community Park.
The spirit of entrepreneurship spread to the next generation at the first ever Ontario Kidspreneur Bazaar at Skedaddle Indoor playground August 3, 2018.
In a continued effort to connect artists of all genres and levels of experience with the greater Milton community, Arts Milton will host the 6th Annual Milton Culture Days this fall on September 28-30, 2018.
The Townsend-Smith Foundation held its first annual Hike for Hospice May 26 at Milton Community Park. The event kicked off at 9:30 a.m. with registration, face painting, a photo booth, and a clown.
It started six years ago as a conversation between Milton Orthotics, and Wellness Centre Owner Angelo Posteraro and Rotary Club member Rod McLachlan. The two men wanted to help the community, and get kids active. “It supported physical activity, and supported a charity.”
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.