Tampon Tuesday
Tues, April 3,
5-7pm, Jack Astor’s 3240 South Service Rd., Burlington

An initiative by the Circle of Women Who Care in support of United Way funded agencies: SAVIS of Halton, The Women’s Centre, Food for Life, Hope Place Centres, and Wesley Urban Ministries If you cannot attend, stop by Matador Eyeworks, 365 Main St. East, Milton Tuesday – Saturday during business hours with your donation of feminine hygiene products. GVidovich@uwhh.ca

Euchre
Wednesday, April 4, 1 pm, St. David’s Presbyterian Church, 130 Main Street, Campbellville

Every two weeks – all skill levels welcome.

CN Intermodal Proposal Information Session
Wednesday, April 4, 7 pm, Milton Sports Centre Banquet Room

Providing an update on the court challenge and the impacts of this proposal on our local municipalities. Halton Region, the four local municipalities and Conservation Halton have filed with the Ontario Superior Court. Free, All welcome.

Community Dinner
Wednesday, April 4, 5-6:30pm, Grace Anglican Church, 317 Main St., Milton

Free monthly home cooked meal and fellowship. Donations gratefully accepted. More info: 905-878-2411 or email secretary@gracechurchmilton.com   Grace Anglican Church

Milton Film Forum
Wednesday, April 4 – 7:30pm, FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton

“The Leisure Seeker” -Traveling in their family Leisure Seeker vintage recreational vehicle, John and Ella Spencer take one last road trip from Boston to the Hemingway House in the Florida Keys before his Alzheimer’s and her cancer can catch up with them.

Youth Drop-In Night
Friday, April 6, 7-9pm, Ebenezer Church, 12274 Guelph Line (between 20 & 25 sideroads)

For Grades 7 & up. Join your friends for an informal evening of food, fun, games and time to just hangout. (alternate Friday nights) 519-763-7707 or email hydea@uoguelph.ca

Lunch and Learn
Friday, April 6, 12:30pm, Nassagaweya Community Centre (Brookville Hall), Guelph Line, Brookville

Hosted by Brookville Fitness. “I Say YES! Boundaries with Compassion” with Guest Speaker Gina Bello of Hand, Heart and Sole. Vegan Lunch provided. $25 for Brookville Fitness participants; $40 non-members. Reservations through brookvillefitness@gmail.com.

45th Annual Used Book Sale Book Sale
April 6 & 7
, Milton Mall

In support of CFUW (Canadian Federation of University Women) scholarships for female high-school students and mature students in the Milton area.

Donate NOW! Books, Video/DVDs, CDs & computer games both Main and Beatty libraries or directly at Milton Mall. Textbooks, magazines, Readers Digest Condensed Books, encyclopedias or National Geographic are NOT acceptable. www.cfuwmilton.ca

Sparks & Brownies Spring Bottle Drive & Cookie Day
Saturday, April 7, 9am, Cristello’s Village Market, Campbellville

Bring your empties to support our local troops and stock up on cookies while they last.

Men’s Breakfast
Saturday, April 7, 10am, Ebenezer Church, Guelph Line between 20 & 25 sideroads

Come and meet other men in our community. Info: MaryLou at 519-853-4399 Check our webpage at ebenezeruc.ca  or Facebook

Registration for 2018 Season
April 10 & 14
, Nassagaweya Tennis Centre

The Milton Tennis Club will be out of operation for the 2018 season – they are getting new courts and footings for a winter bubble.  NTC has agreed to accommodate some of their leagues by allowing court time in the summer months (July and August).  As well we hope to be fielding two ICTA ladies’ teams and two +55 teams – open to both clubs.  Combined with our regular events, this will mean a very busy calendar and some new members for NTC.  Pre-registration for current members: Saturday April 7.

Laurier Milton Lecture
Wednesday, April 11, 7pm, FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton

“The Age of Entitlement: Millennials, Austerity, and Hope” Have you heard that we are living in the age of entitlement? Scholars and pundits declare that millennials expect special treatment, do whatever they feel like, and think they deserve to have things handed to them. This lecture will peel back the layers of the entitlement myth, expose its faults and redefine entitlement as a fundamental concept for realizing economic and environmental justice. Full lecture description here…

Halton Heritage Exchange: “The State of Heritage”
Thursday, April 12, 8am-4pm, Acton Town Hall Centre, 19 Willow St. North, Acton.

A day of professional development and information exchange; an opportunity to connect with support organizations and colleagues & expand knowledge of collections management, collaboration & digital heritage resources. Hosted by Halton Heritage Services in partnership with The Heart of Ontario (Hamilton, Halton, Brant Regional Tourism Association.) $65 includes breakfast, lunch & parking. Online registration: https://www.hrhsmakingheritagehappen.com. More info: 905-825-6000 ext 3439 or jullie.sutton-yardley@halton.ca

Halton Region Agricultural Forum “Agriculture and Food: Driving Growth & Innovation:
Thursday, April 12, 7-9pm, Country Heritage Park (Puslinch Town Hall), 8560 Tremaine Rd.

Focusing on initiatives that will help local farms & food business drive growth & innovation with guest speakers from the Arrell Food Institute at the University of Guelph, Niagara College Canadian Food & Wine Institute, Ontario Soil & crop Improvement Association, and Halton Region. Register online at www.halton.ca/farm or call 905-825-6000 ext. 7574.

Harness Racing Returns
Thursday, April 12, 6:30pm, Mohawk Park, Guelph Line & 401

Harness Racing returns permanently (YES!) to Woodbine, Mohawk Park! Weekend festivities include Friday Night Italian Buffet April 13 & Saturday Night Prime Buffet April 14 – all at special prices.  Saturday night will include an opportunity to Meet the Drivers, face painting, live music, prizes, and fantastic live harness racing PLUS $.99 popcorn & soft drinks. www.WoodbineMohawkPark.com .

Just for Laughs
Thursday, April 12, 8pm, FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton

Canada’s famous Just for Laughs Festival tours four of its funniest comedians. Adult $49, Student/Senior $46. www.firstontarioartscentremilton.ca

SplitScreen
Thursday, April 12, 8pm, FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton

An evening of four dances featuring five o the most extraordinary dancers on the Toronto scene with a soundtrack by leading figures in the world of electronic music. Reserve seats free of charge & give a donation of your choice at the performance. www.firstontarioartscentremilton.ca

Chamber of Commerce Community Awards
Friday, April 13, 6-10:30pm, Granite Ridge Golf Club, 9503 Dublin Line

A gala celebration of Milton’s residents and businesses. $110. info@miltonchamber.ca www.miltonchamber.ca

4th Annual Fashionista Flip
Friday & Saturday, April 13 (6:30pm) & 14 (3pm), Italian Canadian Club, 104 Tremaine Road

Hosted by Milton Transitional Housing. Friday night VIP Evening $50 includes tea & fashion show. $10 Admission on Saturday. An opportunity to renew your wardrobe while helping raise funds for Milton Transitional Housing. Every item of women’s clothing, shoes or accessories just $2. (Donations welcome prior to event.) www.fashionistaflip.ca

Annual Garage Sale
Saturday, April 14, 7am, Waldie’s Blacksmith Shop, 16 James St, Downtown Milton

Fundraiser for the Milton Historical Society. Donations welcome. Drop off Wednesdays or Saturdays between 9:30am and noon. Please no clothing or large pieces of furniture. For more information call (905) 875-4156 or email info@miltonhistoricalsociety.ca

Euchre
Wednesday, April 18, 1 pm, St. David’s Presbyterian Church, 130 Main Street, Campbellville

Every two weeks – all skill levels welcome.

Public Information Meeting
Wednesday, April 18, 7pm, Sports Lounge, Mohawk Park, Guelph Line @ 401

Topics: Woodbine Mohawk Park Master Plan, Rural Internet updates from Region & Local Internet Companies, Roadside Cleanup, community displays, and more. Hosted by the Nassagaweya Community Consultation Committee & Destination Campbellville Community Association.

Youth Drop-In Night
Friday, April 20
, 7-9pm, Ebenezer Church, 12274 Guelph Line (between 20 & 25 sideroads)

For Grades 7 & up. Join your friends for an informal evening of food, fun, games and time to just hangout. (alternate Friday nights) 519-763-7707 or email hydea@uoguelph.ca

A Spring Fayre
Saturday, April 21, 9am-3pm, Grace Anglican Church, 317 Main Street, Milton

Featuring 35 vendors with a variety of items from popcorn, honey, jewelry, Tupperware, spices, wood craft items, handbags, candles, soaps, massages to mention a few. Lots of baked goodies and a silent auction too.  If you are interested in being a vendor, please contact the church at 905-878-2411.

Denim & Diamonds Spring Gala
Saturday, April 21, 6:30pm, Country Heritage Park, 860 Tremaine Road

Dinner, Dancing & Denim hosted by the Milton Rotary Club featuring the Groovy Brothers Band. Line Dancing with Tammy Wyatt and traditional dancing, too. Live & Silent Auctions. Proceeds to the Milton District Hospital Foundation in support of a children’s waiting room. Tickets: Kristi.fry@gmail.com.

Earth Day
Sunday, April 22

8th Annual Hosta Forum
Sunday, April 22, 9am-4pm, Glencairn Golf Club, 9807 Regional Rd. 25

– Guest speakers, live & silent auctions, draw & prizes, Breakfast & Lunch included. Advance tickets only. 905-0878-3366 or normlimpy@hotmail.com $55 for OHS Members. $65 non-members

Dofasco Mail Chorus in Concert
Monday, April 23, 7:30pm, Knox Presbyterian Church, 120 Main St. East, Milton

Singing their extensive repertoire ranging from Folk to Sacred, from Classical to Broadway. Adults $20. Children $5. available Tue. to Fri. 9 am to noon from the Church Office or Fitzgerald Insurance Brokers 216 Main St. Knox Presbyterian Church

Seniors & Community Lunch
Tuesday, April 24
, noon, Ebenezer Church, 12274 Guelph Line (between 20 & 25 sideroads)

Come for a bowl or 2 of tasty homemade soup, sandwiches, cards and games.519-763-7707. Ebenezer United Church

Destination Campbellville Community Association AGM
Wednesday, April 25, 7:30pm, Nassagaweya Community Centre Community Hall, Guelph Line @ 401

This Annual General Meeting will include election for Board of Directors and review 2017 activities.

Small Business Coffee Chat
Thursday, April 26, 8:45am, Location TBA

Meet other local small business owners over coffee and muffins courtesy of the Campbellville Community Association. Program feature: Region & Local updates with Clr. Colin Best.  Please RSVP through the Campbellville Community Association Facebook page or Sandy Hatzis sandyhatzis@remax.net 905-462-2280.

PD DAYS AT CAMP NASSAGAWEYA
Friday, April 27, 9am-3pm, Nassagaweya Presbyterian Church, 15 Sideroad, just east of Guelph Line
A full day of programming including games, stories, crafts and songs. Also June 1. To register, visit www.nassagaweyacom

Magic & Mystery with Magician Tyler Fergus & Jaks In The Box
Friday, April 27,
6:30pm, Mohawk Inn & Conference Centre, Guelph Line @ 401.
supporting the Canadian Cancer Society. Buffet Style Dinner at 7pm Magic Show at 8pm. $50.

Talk About Talent
Friday, April 27, 7pm, FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton

Musicians, song writers, singers, comedians, dancers, magicians and more donate their talents to raise funds and awareness for the Milton District Hospital Foundation. Hosted by Milton Youth Theatre Productions. $20. www.firstontarioartscentremilton.ca

Kids Fishing Derby
Saturday, April 28
, 8am-12:50pm, Mill Pond, Downtown Milton

A fun filled day for kids 13 and under to come out and experience fishing at the Mill Pond. The Holton Sportsmen’s Association stocks the pond with approximately 1000lbs! of trout before the event. There will also be food and a beverage for every kid who registers. Prizes,50/50, raffle.

Victorian Tea
Sunday, April 29, 1-3pm, Country Heritage Park, 860 Tremaine Road

Fundraiser for Pack-a-Bag Foundation which helps 1500 children & families in need at Christmas by providing backpacks with pajamas, toys, winter gloves, and more. $25 adults. $10 kids 12 & under. Prizes, Fashion show by Dittos, Tea Readings, Silent Auction. Tickets at Lunchbox Café, Ditto’s Boutique

Heroes and Villains
Saturday, April 28
, 7pm, FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton

Presented by the Milton Concert Band. Explore the world of Heroes and Villains through the music that gives them life. From myths to movies, classical to comic con Heroes and Villains provide epic stories to power the imagination. Adult $22, Child/Student/Senior $20. www.firstontarioartscentremilton.ca

Annual Roadside Cleanup
Saturday, May 5, 8am, Nassagaweya Tennis Centre, Guelph Line @ 401

Do your part! Gloves, Bags, Vests available at the NTC parking lot. Student Volunteer hours available. Volunteer BBQ at noon courtesy of Tim Hortons Regional Rd 25, Cristello’s Village Market, & Kelsey’s Milton.

Fireworks & Grand Re-opening Celebration
Saturday, May 19, 6:30pm, Mohawk Park, Guelph Line & 401

Ribbon cutting ceremony, famous Fireworks Show and live racing. www.WoodbineMohawkPark.com .