There was much activity in the Milton Sports Centre on Saturday, February 24th. This was not only because of the bustling families enjoying their regular winter skating fun.
After a long and distinguished 27 year career with the Milton Public Library, 22 years as Chief Librarian, Leslie Fitch announced her intention to retire effective June 30, 2018.
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!”
Most citizens of Milton cannot recall a time without at least one annual concert featuring the glorious, high quality singing of the Milton Choristers.
The Rotary Club of Milton, part of Rotary International, a worldwide service organization consisting of over 32,000 clubs in over 200 countries, celebrated their 70th anniversary in January 2017and currently have 23 active members plus many “Friends of Rotary”.
The front cover of The High Mountains of Portugal tells how the novel ‘…takes the reader on a road trip through Portugal in the last century- and through the human soul.’
Photos by: Emilie Dee
On the sunny evening of August 1st, enthusiastic crowds filled the stands at the Mohawk, along the railings and everywhere that it was possible to have a view of the racetrack.
Photos by: Denise Cooperwhite
On Tuesday July 18th at the popular Mohawk Inn, the doors opened at 6:30pm to a crowd of eager families looking forward to a spectacular magic show. The event was so well attended and so enjoyable that the Mohawk Inn will most likely be the venue for more of Tyler’s appearances in the future.
Photos by: Jason DiMichele
“One of the intrinsic goals of the Fine Arts Society of Milton (FASM) has been to engage the community in art appreciation, with an emphasis on local talent.” said FASM President Ursula McDermid as she described how in November of 2015, she met with the officials of the Milton District Hospital Expansion to consider bringing local art to the newly developed hospital.
Photos by Ann Kornuta
Renowned Artist David Craig, now living in Carlisle, Ontario, was born in Saskatchewan, raised in Ottawa and lived in Milton from 1984 to 1994. He has always been fascinated with the history of Canada.