Town Events


In early 2011 the consensus in Milton was the location was cursed. A string of restaurants and bars at the north-west corner of Derry & Ontario Street had opened and closed, sometimes remaining in business only a scant few months. Then along came the Radojcic family. “The key is to give people a reason not to leave Milton” said Roger Radojcic Roger.

The Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation (TJSF), in partnership with Halton Regional Police and The Downtown Milton BIA with presenting sponsor Wallace Chevrolet held the 15th annual “Miracle on Main Street” in downtown Milton December 9th. Miracle on Main Street is an engaging and inclusive holiday festival, and charity toy drive in support of underprivileged children and families living throughout Halton.

The Milton Muslim Moms held their Fundraiser Gala & Awards Night in November. It was a lovely affair, with good food, company and live music. Congratulations to…
• Sana Mir Volunteer of the Year
• Saroosh Fatima Entrepreneur of the Year
• Zena Chaudry Woman of Substance
• Aisa Mir Youth Leadership Award
Certificates of Appreciation were also awarded to Shaista Tariq, Syra Salam, Bushra Amir, Shazma Khan, Ayesha Kamran and Kiran Naveed for their volunteer contributions.

The Nutcracker Milton has been a holiday favourite for Miltonian’s for many years. The brainchild of Ashley SummersMacdonald and Kelly Summers the annual event was conceived with the idea of bringing together the greatest entertainers in Milton to celebrate the holiday season. Program highlights included a performance honouring Tchaikovsky’s traditional ‘Nutcracker’ ballet along with a mixed program of holiday favourites.



Recently, on October 16th 2023, FASM, the Fine Arts Society of Milton elected a new President, Diana Tuszynski. She replaces Past President Ursula McDermid, who has been a dynamic and inspirational leader of the artistic community during her long tenure. During Ursula’s time as President, several major public projects have been created by groups of FASM members: e.g: the beautiful (8ft x 33 ft) mural which is displayed for all to view in the lobby of the Milton & District Hospital; the Pan Am Mural hung in the Mattamy National Cycling Centre on Tremaine Road; the collaborative project with the Milton & District Canadian Federation of University Women: 100 yrs/100 Women for the CFUW’s 100 year anniversary.