Community Events

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Can you volunteer to be a clown or other duties for the C'ville Santa Parade?
Call Jean Woods, 905 - 854-2107 or email hjwoods@ican.net
 
Can you volunteer to help maintain the C'ville outdoor Ice Rink?
Call or email Cindy (me) - 519-853-3772, cindy@in.on.ca
 
 
 

October 8 – October 20 

Wednesday, October 9, 7-8:30pm, Milton Centre for the arts.
Laurier Milton Lecture: Where Did All The Baby Bottles Go? Chemophobia
, precaution & Politics. Free. 905-878-6000 www.miltoncentreforthearts.ca


Thursday, Oct. 10, 7-8pm. Milton Leisure Centre Meeting Room
Healthy Lifestyle Workshop – Goal Setting. 
Set the foundation for an active lifestyle & how to get started on your active lifestyle journey. Free. More info: 905-878-7946. Register at eservices.milton.ca


Thursday, October 10, 3pm, Shoeless Joe’s, 800 Main Street, Milton
Fundraiser for Travis Gerrits
 – Support Nassagaweya’s own Travis Gerrits on his way to the 2014 Olympics in Sochi!


Thursday, October 10, 8pm, Milton Centre for the Arts
Mary Walsh: Dancing With Rage
 – Canadian actress, comedienne & social activist navigates the rage brought on by pop culture, politics & capitalism. Characters include Marg Delahuntery, the Warrior Princess from This Hour Has 22 Minutes $39 adult, $36 student/senior. 905-878-6000 www.miltoncentreforthearts.ca(Note: There are 90+ Nass Ladies attending in a group including a pre-show reception. I have about 6 tickets available – email me if you want to join this irreverent group. cindy@in.on.ca)


Saturday, October 12, 8pm, Milton Centre for the Arts
Jerry Enns Hypnosis – unforgettable & interactive memories as volunteers from the audience become stars of this family-friendly show with the amazing power of the subconscious mind. $29 adult, $27 student/senior. 905-878-6000www.miltoncentreforthearts.ca


Weekends, October 12-14, 19 & 20, 10am – 5 pm. Conservation Halton Parks
Fall Into Nature.
 Enjoy the spectacular landscapes and colours of Conservation Halton Parks. Unique outdoor experiences including chairlift and wagon rides, live music and First Nations dancers, reptile & birds of prey shows, children’s activities & more.  www.conservationhalton.on.ca


Wednesday, October 16, 7:30pm, Milton Centre for the Arts
Milton Film Forum – The Manor – With Special Guest Director Shawney Cohen. Shawney Cohen reluctantly returns home to Guelph to help his family thorugh a difficult time. Shawney was only six years old when his father bought the Manor, a strip club & adjoining mote. An astonishingly intimate perspective of a family facing the consequences of their livelihood, dependence and love. $7. Four-film package $25. Season pass $46.905-878-6000 www.miltoncentreforthearts.ca


Thursday, October 17, 8pm, Milton Centre for the Arts
Milton Talent Contest
 – Support undiscovered talent in Milton & celebrate local performers. $15 adult, $10 student/senior/child. 905-878-6000www.miltoncentreforthearts.ca


Saturday, October 19 & 26, 6:30-10pm, Halton County Railway Museum, 13629 Guelph Line.
Halloween Spooktacular - 
Ride the Rails! All ages event! Walk through the haunted car barn and travel in the old, creaky streetcars along the mainline and enjoy some hot apple cider & scary snacks. If you’re a Halloween fan this is definitely a spooky experience not to be missed! Costumes encouraged. Reservations not required. Tickets sold at the door. www.hcry.org 519-856-9802 


Saturday, October 19, 9:30 am- 1 pm. Eden Mills Community Hall
6th Annual Eden Mills Book Sale Plus 
to raise funds for the Eden Mills Community Club and the Community Hall. Also Tapes, CDs, DVDs, Records, Magazines. Donation drop-off Friday night between 4 & 7pm.brian.skerrett@gmail.com, 519-856-0128 or tbowes@royalcity.com, 519-856-1451


Sunday, October 20, 1-5pm, Milton Centre for the Arts
Celebrating Stories: A Free Family Festival
 featuring Canadian authors, illustrators and storytellers. Interactive sessions encourage children to read & writer. Musical entertainers Splash ‘N Boots. www.celebratingstories.ca.

 On-Going

NEW
Try 3 for Free – Until Oct 31st

Find the right fit - for free! Stop by the Milton Sports Centre or Leisure Centre before October 31, 2013 to enjoy three free visits to the weight room* or drop-in group fitness/aquafit classes. Take this opportunity to explore the Town’s new line-up of flexible fitness option
. (poster pdf)


Friday nights, 7 pm – Nassagaweya Tennis Centre & Community Hall, Guelph Line across from Mohawk Racetrack (note new location)
Bid Euchre. All welcome. $3.


Saturday mornings, 7 am – Noon, Downtown Milton
Farmers’ Market
 continues through Thanksgiving Weekend.


Weekdays: Nassagaweya Community Centre (Brookville Hall)
Fitness 
Classes
 (mornings and evenings): Zumba, BodyTone and Pilates 
For more information and times contact Susan Capone at 905-854-4769, 
pilatesplusfitness@gmail.com,  www.pilatesplusfitness.com


Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday Evenings Mohawk Racetrack
Standardbred Racing / Dining Room.www.woodbineentertainment.com/mohawk


Weekends & Holiday Monday, Saturday 10am-5pm, Sundays & Thanksgiving Monday noon-5pm;
White Rock Ostrich Farm now open for tours & Ostrich burgers on the barbecue!www.whiterockostrichfarm.com 


Weekends, 11am - 5pm, Halton County Railway Museum:
Ride the Rails
! Restored Streetcars & trains at the Museum, 13629 Guelph Line.
www.hcry.org 519-856-9802 



On-Going

Saturdays, 7am-noon. Historic Main Street, Downtown Milton.

Farmers’ Market. (no market on June 1st due to Street Festival) www.miltonfarmersmarket.ca 


Horse Racing - Post time 7:25pm. Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday Evenings  Mohawk Racetrack
Standardbred Racing / Dining Room
.www.woodbineentertainment.com/mohawk


Weekends