Food Truck Friday
Friday. Sept. 8
, 4:30-8pm, St. David’s Presbyterian Church, Main Street (Guelph Ln) Campbellville

First event: take out or dine in the Church Hall. Different food trucks every week! This week:  Sandwich with a Twist and Funnel Cake Dream. See Facebook for trucks on Sept.15, 22, 29, Oct. 6

Community Men’s Breakfast
Saturday, Sept.9, 8am, Ebenezer Church, 12247 Guelph Line (north of Brookville)

Come for a great breakfast and meet the other men in our community. Contact MaryLou at 519-853-4399 for more information.

In Conversation with Naomi Klein
September 9, 1 pm, War Memorial Hall, University of Guelph

Presented by Eden Mills Writer’ Festival.  Klein will discuss her latest book No Is Not Enough: Resisting the New Shock Politics and Winning the World We Need.  Adults $10. Students $5 online at emwftix.ca

Free Community Breakfast
Sunday, September 10, 9:30-11am, Nassagaweya Presbyterian Church, 15 Sideroad east of Guelph Line

As a special thank you to our wonderful community, instead of Sunday worship, NPC would like to invite you to Sunday breakfast. Drop in anytime between 9:30 am and 11:00 am for pancakes, eggs, bacon, muffins, coffee and juice. Live music and activities for kids. All donations to support Darling Home for Kids.www.nassagaweya.com

Turtle Island Festival 
Sunday, September 10, 10am-4pm, Crawford Lake Conservation Area

Feel the drumbeat as the Iroquoian village at Crawford Lake comes to life during this incredible celebration of Ontario’s First Nations. Regular park admission applies.

Tours of Hospital
Sunday, September 10, 
10am-3pm, Milton District Hospital, 725 Bronte Street South (map)

Self-guided walking tours of the new expansion at Milton District Hospital including Emergency Department, Imaging 0(X Ray)/Fracture Clinic, Maternal Newborn Department, Inpatient Unit, Intensive Care Unit and Surgery & Procedures Unit. FREE parking. Register on-line.

Halton Healthcare Website • 905-815-5100.

Hostas Society
Sunday, September 10, 12:30am-4:30pm, Nassagaweya Community Centre (Brookville Hall), Guelph Line)

Meeting with speaker, lunch and auction. RSVP required by Wednesday, Sept. 6 to arrange food. Emailcindydeutekom@gmail.com

Eden Mills Writers’ Festival
Sunday, September 10, noon – 6 pm, Village of Eden Mills

Over 40 award-winning and emerging authors reading from their latest books on the banks of the Eramosa River. Readings for all ages. Bring a blanket or a low folding chair. Book signings, a book fair, food court and licensed patio round out the day. Don’t forget to bring a sun hat and blanket or folding chair. Advance tickets: $20 / Students $15. At the gate: $25 /Students $20. Children under 14 free. Eden Mills Writers’ Festival

Better with Fitness
Monday & Wednesday, September 11 & 13, Eden Mills Community Hall

With Jill Simpson.  Use it, Lose It, Tone It Up! (cardio & strength training) Intermediate Tap Dance, Fitness Potpourri (Core & Strength). Details: www.edenmills.ca/better_with_fitness  (519) 998‐3024. Jill Simpson betterwithfitness@gmail.comContinues weekly.

Girl Guides
Tuesday, September 12, 6:30-7:30pm, St. David’s Church, Main Street (Guelph Line) Campbellville

First Meeting. New members welcome. For more info email jennifer@sibbitt.ca

Mom & Tots Play
Wednesday, September 13, 9-11:30am, St. David’s Church, Main Street (Guelph Line) Campbellville

First Event: Adults supervise their own children while meeting other care givers .
Toys/craft/art supplies available. Drop-In $5:00 per family. Contact: Roseann 289-208-3723 roseannfelsbourg@gmail.com. Continues Wednesday mornings,

Yann Martel
Thursday, September 14, 7pm, FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton

Join author Yann Martel, New York Times best selling author of Life of Pi, for a discussion of his latest work The High Mountains of Portugal. Check the website for all details on this event.

NFB Film: Angry Inuk
Friday, September 15 – 7 pm – Eden Mills Community Hall

“Activist Cinema at its Best” according to NOW Magazine. The Community Club will be screening five excellent National Film Board films addressing First Nations issues during the 2017-18 seasonNo Charge. Donations welcome. www.edenmillls.ca

Fall Annual Craft Show
Friday-Sunday, September 15-17, 
Country Heritage Park, Tremaine Road

905-878-8151 countryheritagepark.com

104th Acton Fall Fair
Friday-Sunday, September 15-17, Prospect Park, Acton

“The Best Little Fair in Canada.” Schedule of Events – www.actonfair.ca

Morning with the Monarchs
Saturday, September 16, 10am-12:30-m, Crawford Lake Conservation Area

A morning celebrating Ontario’s magnificent monarchs. This event is included with regular park admission.

Tours of Hospital
Saturday, September 16, 
10am-3pm, Milton District Hospital, 725 Bronte Street South (map)

Self-guided walking tours of the new expansion at Milton District Hospital including Emergency Department, Imaging 0(X Ray)/Fracture Clinic, Maternal Newborn Department, Inpatient Unit, Intensive Care Unit and Surgery & Procedures Unit. FREE parking. Register on-line.

Halton Healthcare Website • 905-815-5100.

Milton Leisure Centre’s 25th anniversary
Saturday, September 16, 
10:30am-4pm, Milton Leisure Centre

25th Anniversary – celebrate the Milton Leisure Centre’s 25th anniversary! FREE Family Activities. Opening Ceremony: 11:00 am.

Praise the Night
Saturday, September 16, 7pm, FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton

With Toronto Mass Choir – a night of praise and worship, experience heaven on earth. Check the website for all details on this event.

Blessing of the Backpacks
Sunday, September 17, 10am, Nassagaweya Presbyterian Church, 15 Sideroad east of Guelph Line

In celebration of the new school year and the kick-off of NPC’s Sunday School program; lively music, prayers for teachers and students, a blessing of the children’s backpacks and the commissioning of our Sunday School teachers. www.nassagaweya.com

Milton Fair
Friday-Sunday, September 22-24, 
Milton Fairgrounds

Zumba Party
Saturday, September 23, 
Milton Sports Centre
In support of local food banks

Culture Days
Friday-Sunday, Sept. 29, 30, Oct. 1 FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton

Doors Open Halton
Saturday & Sunday, Sept. 30 & Oct. 1