Events & Places


Sayyidah Fatemah Islamic Centre of Milton hosted an Inter-Faith Iftar where community members of all faiths and backgrounds were invited to celebrate Peace & Harmony.

There was delicious food served as well as several key-note inspirational speeches given by multiple attendees. The speaking was started by Saeed Zafar, President of Sayyidah Fatemah Islamic Centre, talking about the significance of Ramadan and how it encourages Muslims to strengthen their relationship with God and their community. He also highlighted the importance of reaching out to people of all faiths and building bridges of understanding and cooperation.

On Thursday the 30th of March the Milton Muslim Moms organized their Annual Interfaith Iftar Dinner held at Milton Fairgrounds.

The holy month of Ramadan is observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting, prayer, reflection and community. During Ramadan, Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset. Iftar is the evening meal with which Muslims end their daily Ramadan fast at sunset. The interfaith iftar dinner has been part of the “Milton Muslim Moms” annual tradition where interfaith leaders, public officials and friends and neighbours open fast and share meal together. People from various faiths and cultures gather to share Iftar meal and reflect on the importance of unity, tolerance, and understanding, which are essential for building strong and peaceful communities.

International women day is celebrated every year on March 8th to recognize the achievement of women’s in social, cultural and political fields.

This year, Famous event organizer and decorator Kanwal Waseem (Admin Fun and Masti Mom) organized an International Women’s day event in Milton

Mayor Gordon Krantz , Regional Councilor Sami Ijaz and Sameera Ali, Councilor Adil Khalqi, community activists Rick Di Lorenzo and Dr.Rabia Azim attended the event.

For those who are fascinated by soaring, inspirational music, combined with visions of magical moments and imaginary people, then the First Ontario Art Centre of Milton was the place to be on February 16th 2023, enjoying the mesmerizing music of the Milton Philharmonic Orchestra.

Music Director and Conductor Luca Peveroni said that he was “really excited for this concert; the repertoire is challenging, diverse but all absolutely brilliant. The thread linking all the pieces on the program is ‘Fairy Tales’ and the power that music and art has to transport us to different times and places.”

The first piece was the “Overture to Oberon” by Carl Maria von Weber. Fairies, along with the mischievous sprite, Puck, gather around their magnificent King as he sleeps in a shady place beneath the trees.

Vistaara Kreations Canada organised Darbar- An evening of Hindustani Classical Music on the 8th of April. The program showcased the rich heritage of Indian Classical Music. This was the first event in the series of events, which are being planned to provide a platform to the artists to promote Music/ dance/ Art and culture.  The events have a sole vision to promote various elements of art and culture, through various performing arts- music/ dance/ theatre etc. and putting up exhibitions and multimedia shows.

The evening saw a mesmerizing performance by Akhil Jobanputra- Hindistani Vocal and he was accompanied on stage by Pankaj Mishra on Sarangi, Rigved Deshpande on Tabla, Sushant Anantharam on Harmonium and Purvi Suresh on Tanpura.

It was a pleasant Thursday morning on February 16th. Mayor Krantz stood on the steps of the Town Hall and made the proclamation that Saturday, February 25th  would be the Coldest Night of the Year Day in Milton.

He was accompanied by Executive Director of the incredible Milton Transitional Housing,

Donna Danielli, Councillor Colin Best and several walkers planning to walk 2K, 5K or 10K for the CNOY. Many of those in the group have faithfully walked or volunteered for the event over the years since the first CNOY in 2011.