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To celebrate Black History Month, Milton Public Library is thrilled to host award winning, internationally bestselling Canadian author, Lawrence Hill, to discuss his debut children’s novel, Beatrice and Croc Harry. Hill’s virtual author event will be hosted in partnership with the Canadian Caribbean Association of Halton (CCAH) and Halton Catholic District School Board on Thursday, 10th February, 2022 at 10:30 a.m.

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This Christmas David Geall of the Magical Lights of Milton is pairing up with Councillor Rick Di Lorenzo’s family who is creating a Milton Winter Wonderland to create the all new MDHF (Milton District Hospital Foundation) Christmas House Tour.

Adding Christmas magic to the town of Milton for over a decade, the Magical Lights Of Milton is a residential display located at 876 Willow Ave with over 40,000 lights synchronized individually to music. Stay in the warmth of your vehicle while the music comes through your FM radio at 99.7FM. The display runs until January 2nd.

It’s that time of year again when families begin to think about the upcoming holiday season. There are many families within the Halton Region that are less fortunate and struggle to provide their children with an enjoyable Christmas, and some who are simply not able to buy their children a toy. This year the Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation (TJSF) believe the struggle could be even greater for more families.

It’s that time of the year where we pause to reflect on the sacrifices made by our veterans and never forget what they did for us and future generations.

Milton’s Remembrance Day ceremony at Evergreen Cemetery on November 11th was a limited audience event due to covid19. This didn’t stop the low key ceremony from being respectful and serene with Royal Canadian Legion Branch # 136 – Milton, veterans, family and limited invitations being in attendance.