Always ABBA
Friday, December 8, 8pm, FirstOntario Centre for the Arts, Milton

Milton’s own Michelle Truman returns with the music and majesty of ABBA’s greatest hits. www.firstontarioartscentremilton.ca

Annual Free Family Skating Party
Saturday, December 9, 1–3pm, Tonelli Arena, 217 Laurier Ave, Milton

Hosted by MPP Indira Naidoo-Harris. Collection of non0perishable food items for local food banks. (no skate rentals available)

Holiday Street Market
Saturday, Dec.9th, noon-7pm, Main St Milton between Brown & Commercial Streets

With more than 200 vendors & artisans selling a wide range of on-of-a-kind gifts.

Ride the Rails
Saturday, December 9, 1–8pm, Halton Radial Railway, 13629 Guelph Line

Through the woods with snow on the trees and Christmas carols in the air and a visit from Santa! Travel to a scene of Christmas lights and blow ups, have lots of hot cider and hot chocolate. Santa will be there with some elves and possibly driving the streetcar. Warm up with Chilli and baked goods. Regular rates apply. Tickets sold at the door. www.hcry.org

A Canadian Christmas by Milton Concert Band
Saturday, December 9, 7pm, FirstOntario Centre for the Arts, Milton

Traditional and innovative arrangements of seasonal favourites. We’re infusing the holidays with a helping of Canadiana to mark the 150th anniversary of our great country. www.firstontarioartscentremilton.ca

Pasta With Santa
Sunday, December 10, 1pm, Italian Canadian Club of Milton, 104 Tremaine Rd

In support of Food4Kids. Enjoy an afternoon including a delicious home-made pasta lunch with meatballs, salad, fresh rolls & dessert, a Holiday Tea, picture with Santa and a gift for children 12 and under who pre-register. Children under 2 $5, Children 2-5 $15, Children 6-12 $20, Adults $15, Adult non-member $20. Pasta With Santa Supporting Food4Kids

Elvis Wonderful World of Christmas: Graceland
Sunday, December 10, 7:30pm, FirstOntario Centre for the Arts, Milton

Inspired by the music of Elvis Presley, this yuletide spectacular features Steve Michaels singing the Christmas classics and the King’s own favourites.. www.firstontarioartscentremilton.ca

9th Annual Miracle on Main Street
Monday, December 11, 7-10am, Troy’s Diner, 2l95 Main Street, Milton

With Tiger Jeet Singh &l guests. Amusement rides, live entertainment and more. Please bring a new, unwrapped toy to support gifts for children. www.miracleonmain.ca

Community Christmas Soup & Sandwich Lunch
Tues, Dec. 12, noon, Ebenezer United Church 12274 Guelph Ln (between 20 & 25 Sideroads).

Followed by cards and games. Bring a gift of something you don’t want or need any more. Free will

Laurier Milton Lecture Series -The Making of General Sir Arthur Currie
Wednesday, December 13, 7pm, FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton, 1010 Main Street East

Historian Dr. Mark Humphries explores how a farm boy from Southwestern Ontario rose to become one of the British Army’s most respected generals, as well as the dark secret he feared would destroy his reputation Free. Full lecture description here…   www.firstontarioartscentremilton.ca

Small Business Coffee Chat
Thursday, December 14, 8:45am, Campbellville Fire Hall, Reid Sideroad

Meet other local small business owners over coffee and muffins courtesy of the Campbellville Community Association. Constable Duncan Lyn, Halton Regional Police, will speak about Fraud, Scams and Phone Calls. Please RSVP through the Campbellville Community Association Facebook page or Sandy Hatzis sandyhatzis@remax.net 905-462-2280.

25th Rockwood Parade of Lights
Thursday, December 14, 7pm, Rockwood

Rockwood area farmers parade their farm equipment covered in thousands of lights! Parking is available along the route, including some great spots on the 4th Line of Eramosa. Santa will be riding once again on his combine to wish everyone a Merry Christmas!  http://www.rockwoodfarmersparade.org/

Youth Drop-In Night
Fri., Dec. 15, 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.   519-763-7707 or email hydea@uoguelph.ca

Holiday Street Market
Saturday, Dec.16, noon-7pm, Main St Milton between Brown & Commercial Streets

With more than 200 vendors & artisans selling a wide range of on-of-a-kind gifts.

Winterlude IV: Christmas in Canada
Saturday, December 16, 7:30pm, FirstOntario Centre for the Arts, Milton

Presented by the Milton Philharmonic Orchestra, Sabatino Vacca, Music Director with special guest VIVA Trio. www.firstontarioartscentremilton.ca

Campbellville Santa Parade
Sunday, December 17, Campbellville

The Last Santa Parade in Canada, traditionally held the Sunday before Christmas (but the 24th doesn’t allow Santa time to fill the sleigh) Join this very community parade, organized by the Campbellville Community Association & the Parade Committee. After the Parade, meet Santa at St. David’s Church. Donations to Food Bank welcome. Businesses & households welcome to join the fun!  parade@campbellville.net for an application form.

A Singin’ Christmas
Sunday, December 17, 2pm, FirstOntario Centre for the Arts, Milton

With Toronto All Star-Star Big Band – swinging’ renditions of seasonal as well as all time favourites from the Golden Age of Swing.  www.firstontarioartscentremilton.ca

Special Evening of Carols & Readings
Tues, Dec. 17, 7pm, Ebenezer United Church 12274 Guelph Ln (between 20 & 25 Sideroads).

led by John Zadro, Music Director.

Jingle Boots with Splash ‘n’ Boots
Friday, Dec. 29,
2pm, FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton

New Year’s Eve Bell Ringing
Sunday, Dec. 31,
Victoria Park, Milton

New Year’s Day Leve
Monday, January 1, Milton Town Hall.

with Mayor and Councillors

 

 

Annual Singleton Family Light Display
NEW Every Night through Dec. 31st, 5-10pm, 8565 Guelph Line, south of Campbellville

Many classic favourites and new displays for all ages. Free with all donations supporting children’s programs at Halton Women’s Place. Park and walk around. See www.thestonehouse.ca for details.

NEW Every Night through Dec. 31st, 5-10pm, 8565 Guelph Line, south of Campbellville

Annual Singleton Family Light Display. many classic favourites and new displays for all ages. Free with all donations supporting children’s programs at Halton Women’s Place. Park and walk around. See www.thestonehouse.ca for details