Giant Corn Maze & Market

Month of October, (7 days/week) 10am – 5pm, Stonehaven Farm, 7388 Guelph Line
Aalso wagon rides and pick your own pumpkins from the pumpkin patch.  905-878-1870. Check website for times and details stonehavenfarms.com

Harvest Festival

Month of October, 10am – 4pm, Springridge Farm,
Gift shop & market. Also wagon rides and Fun Farm Yard. Fun Farm Yard Admission $6. 905-878-4908. Check website for more details. springridgefarm.com

Halton’s Annual Pumpkins to Pastries Trail

Month of October
Which highlights all the best local cuisine, on-farm markets, specialty shops, events and attractions in Halton…the best of the harvest season in Halton. Local farms and markets, family-friendly attractions, boutique shopping and gourmet restaurants. Visit halton.ca/p2ptrail for an interactive online guide or drop by one of the destinations to pick up a print copy of the map and begin your adventure!

Spooktacular Halloween

Month of October, Mountsberg Conservation Area
Mountsberg undergoes a ghoulish transformation! Pumpkin Passport to Discovery, Meet Mountsberg’s Owls Vultures & Snakes, Hay Play Area and Wagon Rides every weekend in October (including Thanksgiving). Spooktacular Halloween at Mountsberg

Community & Seniors’ Lunch 

Tuesday, Oct. 24, noon, Ebenezer Church, 12274 Guelph Line (between 20 & 25 Sideroads)Homemade Soup & Sandwich lunch followed by cards and games. 519-763-7707Ebenezer United Church

Calendar Girls by Jim Firth 

Friday, Saturday, Sunday, October 27-29, FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton
The Milton Players Theatre Group brings this heartwarming story to Milton! When Annie’s husband John dies of leukemia, she and best friend Chris resolve to raise money for the local hospital waiting room and manage to persuade four fellow WI members to pose nude with them for an “alternative” calendar. Visit Milton Players Website for tickets and details. www.firstontarioartscentremilton.ca

Healthy Horse Farm Workshop 

Saturday, 28, 9am-3pm, Mohawk Racetrack Guelph Line at 401.
With Conservation Halton. Improve water quality and enhance wildlife habitat on your horse farm. Fee of $20 (plus HST) includes lunch and a copy of our Horse Owner Stewardship Guide. Click here to register for the Healthy Horse Farm Workshop.

Art Class 

Oct. 28, 10am-1pm, Ebenezer Church, 12274 Guelph Line (between 20 & 25 Sideroads)
Taught by Jean Tovell. Bring a bag lunch, Brushes : Simply Simmmons  I” wash, #10 round, #4 round, a liner and a fan blender brush. Paint: any colours you may have.  Canvas from Dollar store acceptable.  8×10, 12×16.  $25. No experience necessary.  Ebenezer United Church

Guided Walking Tour 

Saturday, October 28, 2pm, Victoria Park, Downtown Milton
With the Milton Historical Society. Free, but must be booked in advance since space is limited. Email info@miltonhistoricalsociety.ca or call 905-875-4156. Additional tours Oct. 29, 2pm (Historic Main Street.)

Halloween Spooktacular 

Saturday, October 28, Halton County Radial Railway, 13629 Guelph Line
8000 Square Foot Haunted House, Unlimited Streetcar rides through our Spooky Forest, Science Show by Safari Science, Refreshments and Ghoulish Treats for sale. $11.50/person at the door plus tax. hcry.org

Pajama Night Creatures of the Night 

Saturday, October 28, Mountsberg Conservation Area
Listen to the sounds of the night and learn more about owls, coyotes and other exciting creatures at Mountsberg Conservation Area. Participants may wear a costume and the evening concludes with a fireside gathering and s’mores! Click here to register for the October 28 Pajama Night

Garden Party Cleanup 

Saturday, Oct. 28, 9am-1pm, Village Gate (corner of Reid Sideroad & Main St/Guelph Line
Community volunteers welcome to join the Campbellville Community Association in this annual beautification project. Volunteer hours available for teens, email Carm agri-insights@cogeco.ca for more info or check Facebook.

7th Annual Haunted House 

Saturday & Sunday, October 28-29, Milton Mall
Raising funds to support equipment at Milton Hospital. Also Silent Auction. All the proceeds of this event will directly support the purchase of essential medical equipment for use at Milton District Hospital. www.facebook.com/MiltonHauntedHouse

Stories & Songs of Stompin’ Tom 

Saturday, October 28, 8pm, FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton, 1010 Main Street East
Stompin’ Tom and Whiskey Jack hooked up in 1990 and over the years, enjoyed some cross Canada tours, numerous recording sessions and even more all-night pickin’ parties at Tom’s house. This show features many of the crazy (as in, unlikely) stories of their time with Tom. $35. www.firstontarioartscentremilton.ca

Scare-enade 

Sunday, October 28, 3pm FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton
The Milton Philharmonic Orchestra kicks off a great new season with a fun Family Concert entitled ‘Scare-enade’. Suitable for all ages. Kids will be able to meet & get treats from the musicians after the show. Bags provided. www.firstontarioartscentremilton.ca $15.

Guided Walking Tour 

Sunday, October 29, 2pm, Historic Main Street, Downtown Milton
With the Milton Historical Society. Victoria Park. Free, but must be booked in advance since space is limited. Email info@miltonhistoricalsociety.ca or call 905-875-4156.

Trunk –or-Treat 

Oct. 31, 6-7:30pmNassagaweya Presbyterian Church,15 Sideroad east of Guelph Ln)
All are invited to come Trick-or-Treat at NPC’s “Trunk-or-Treat”. There will be lots of decorated cars lined up for the kids to go trunk to trunk collecting candy. Also, NPC invites anyone who wishes that they got Trick-or-Treaters at their door to bring their decorated car and join in the fun. Just email info@nassagaweya.com. For more information visit: www.nassagaweya.com

Milton Film Forum

Wednesday, November 1, 7:30pm, FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton
A man becomes haunted by his past and is presented with a mysterious legacy that causes him to re-think his current situation in life. An adaptation of Julian Barnes’s Booker prize-winning novel. $9.

Roast Beef Dinner & Silent Auction 

Friday, Nov. 3, 4:30-7:30pm, Ebenezer Church, 12274 Guelph Line (north of Brookville)
Roast Beef & trimmings. Homemade pies. $20 with 1/3 of profits donated to a charity in our community.  Ebenezer United Church (Also Youth night offering volunteer hours for helpers)

Community Men’s Breakfast 

Saturday, November 4, 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.

Calendar Girls by Jim Firth 

Thursday, Friday, Saturday, November 2-4, FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton
The Milton Players Theatre Group brings this heartwarming story to Milton! When Annie’s husband John dies of leukemia, she and best friend Chris resolve to raise money for the local hospital waiting room and manage to persuade four fellow WI members to pose nude with them for an “alternative” calendar. Visit Milton Players Website for tickets and details. www.firstontarioartscentremilton.ca

British Legends 

Saturday, November 4, 8pm, FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton, 1010 Main Street East
The producers of Abbamania present British Legends. The worlds number one production of Adele, McCartney, Bowie, Elton John and the Bee Gees. Backed by studio musicians with every song recreated note for note, exactly like the original recording. Adults $49, Student/Senior $45 www.firstontarioartscentremilton.ca

Youth & the Arts Showcase 

Sunday, November 4, 2pm FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton
Presented by the Community Foundation of Halton North
A celebration of youth talent through music, dance, performing and visual arts. This fundraiser will feature school and youth groups from the communities of Milton and Halton Hills. $20.

www.firstontarioartscentremilton.ca $15.