The Milton Players 2018/2019 Season Kick-Off event on September 14th was (not surprisingly) full of vibrant personalities. Guests included a collection of theatre buffs including actors, directors, producers and volunteers.
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.
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.
Outside January 6, 2018 was one of the coldest winter days so far this year. Inside the gym at the E.C. Drury School for the Deaf Sports Complex people turned their minds to cricket, and preparing for the upcoming season.
Photos by Denise Cooperwhite
As a proud part of the vibrant growing community of Milton, we take pride in making our community feel welcomed at our school by inviting them to participate in community events, says Lily Gall, the Chair for Parent Engagement at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School.
Photos by Ann Kornuta
Students, and teachers at Milton District High School offered Miltonians a taste of their community April 6, 2017. Local Milton restaurants were invited to participate in the eighth annual Taste of Milton fundraiser for the school’s programs.
The Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation (TJSF) is pleased to announce it has donated $14,000 to the Halton Learning Foundation (HLF) and asked the funds be directed to four elementary and two high schools in Milton in support of school initiatives such as mental health, breakfast programs, literacy and inclusive classrooms.
Last week’s rainy weather didn’t stop Catholic Elementary School, Our Lady of Fatima, from throwing their Multicultural Dinner and Show event.
The Vigil of February 4th 2017 in memory of the massacre of 6 Canadians in Quebec the week before, was moved from outside in the icy cold into the warmth of the Town Hall. It had been very successfully organised by Sameera Ali, Mike Cluett and Zeeshan Hamid. It was attended by 400-500 people.
by Jenny Panda | Photos by Ann Kornuta
“If you live with autism, you’re part of a rainbow – a community where everyone is different in their own way…and that’s okay!”
Autism Awareness Advocate and supportive, loving mother of an autistic nine year old son, Christine Frances Poe shares, “I’ve written a storybook that to the best of my knowledge is like no other…in that there really isn’t anything out there at the moment that can help families of young children on the spectrum in this capacity.”