Some Neighbours -Episode 5: The Revenge of the Grandmothers -Jan 24-26, 2019

Some Neighbours -Episode 5: The Revenge of the Grandmothers.

Update - Friday's show is sold out. As of Jan 20, there are less than ten tickets left for Saturday and less than 20 for Thursday.

Yes those zany neighbours are back with the antics that may or may not be typical of small town PEI! The Miltonvale Community Players are pleased to present their play, written by Ken Williams, David Hooper and Philip Hooper and showcasing the talents of many local folks - including Turnip John and friends.

The play will take place on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings, Jan 24-26, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. Admission is $15. Tickets are available at the Milton Community Hall -and can be picked up at the hall, reserved by email to or phone 902-566-3154 and paid by cash, cheque or email transfer.

Craft Fair Prize Winners - Door Prizes and 50-50

Thanks to all those who visited the Craft Fair on Saturday. We had about 370 paid visitors.

Special thanks to our vendors who donated door prizes .... and congratulations to 50/50 winner Enid Dollar who picked up $126!

Door Prize Winners 2018

Mandy Rafferty donated a wooden sign – won by Ann Marie MacEwen
Margaret Ellis of Maggie's Country Crochet donated a crocheted hat- winner Jarvis Mill
Natalie Loo Photography donated a Picture (rose), won by Donna Matheson
Michelle Redmond of Rice Point Designs donated a Sea glass picture -winner Gen Giddings
Jeannie Newman donated Avon products, won by Jeff MacKay
Helena Stead donated salsa, won by Anna Windsor
Ebenezer WI donated squares and applesauce, won by Jamie MacKay
Helen Doiron donated a hat and cloths, winner - Darlene Newman
Yvonne Doucette donated adult mitts, won by Louis Wood
Tangle Lane Inc. donated a book won by Pat Atkins
Kathie Doiron donated sunflower cards, winner - M. McGaughey
Lori Perry of Scrooge’s Gourmet Goodies donated butter tarts -winner Emma Lacewood
Arthur Buote donated stained glass and a woven runner -won by Dawn Hooper
Diane Breneol of Riverbank Crafts donated a hat -winner Colin Gaston
Bev Fanning/Helen Garson from Maritime Mandalas donated mandalas won by Michelle Brehart
Lisa Cameron from The S Squad donated books, won by Mary Ellen
Pat Doucette donated a fresh swag, won by Rodney Allen
Jennifer Giffin, donated a Christmas Ornaments for Charity ornament, won by Linda Hale
Emma Cudmore, from Young Living donated fragrance, winner Emily Dry Earla Oakes, from Mary Kay Cosmetics, donated a satin hands set won by Norlyn Micholson
Frances MacLure donated slippers, won by Libby Martin
Kay Wall donated a cloth bag, winner - Esther Kelly
Terry Jenkins, of Grace Gifts donated a tote, won by Francis Gallant
Connie MacDonald donated dishcloths, won by Elizabeth Lund
Adele Arsenault donated wine gift bags, won by A. Blaxland
Rachael Cumming of Bee Thankful, donated candles won by Ramona Taylor
Charlene Cypher donated Voxx socks, won by Annika Trivers

And in the busy-ness of the day – other prizes may have been donated by other vendors. If any vendors or winners notice corrections needed in this list, please contact the hall (Jenna MacLean from Down East Lavender; Emily Hart -LoveBites Sensory Teethers and Accessories, Anna Cooper and Jacquelyn Foreman of Anchored in Hymn)

Other prize winners were Becky -button tree, and Cindy MacRae -neckpiece

Christmas Craft Fair - November 24, 2018

Vendors include the following:

Heather Gayler
Cavendish Seeds of PEI (wreaths)
Mandy Rafferty -wooden signs
Margaret Ellis  Maggie's Country Crochet
Natalie Loo Natalie Loo Photography
Emily Hart LoveBites Sensory Teethers and Accessories
Michelle Redmond Rice Point Designs
Jeannie Newman Avon
Milton Hall
Helena Stead- Preserves
Ebenezer WI
Helen Doiron
Kay Wall -variety of handcrafts 
Tangle Lane Inc.
Kathie Doiron -photography
Scrooge's Gourmet Goodies -Lori Perry
Anna Cooper 
Jenna MacLean Down East Lavender
Arthur Buote 
Jennifer Giffin  Christmas Ornaments for Charity
Karen Chandler KC Crafts
Pat Doucette -wreaths
Patricia Adamic
Emma Cudmore Young Living
Gulf Storm Atom AA
Earla Oakes  Mary Kay Cosmetics
Frances MacLure
Terry Jenkins Grace Gifts
Linda Shelvey                     
Adele Arsenault  -sewing
Connie MacDonald 
Rachael Cumming  Bee Thankful
Jacquelyn Foreman Anchored in Hymn
Diane Breneol Riverbank Crafts
Charlene Cypher -Voxx

Nov 12 Actvitities

The Development Officer does not have office hours this morning. 

Exercise Class ($3) will be held at 9:00 a.m. followed by Coffee Club at 10:00 a.m. (by donation)

Line Dancing ($3) or six classes for $15 takes place from 1:30 -3 p.m.

The North Milton WI meeting is at 7:00 p.m.with a guest speaker on foot care. Everyone welcome.

"The Debt is Paid" Celebration -Friday, November 2

The hall underwent extensive renovations throughout 2012, and along with many grants and much fundraising, and generous donations,  borrowed $125,000.

Since then we have done other improvements, such as paving the parking lot, installing heat pumps, a new double oven propane stove and exterior lighting.

We are delighted to say that the bank loan was paid off this month, and we are having a celebration on this Friday from 7-9 for all our volunteers, donors and special folks who helped make this happen! If you are one of those fine folks, we hope you can join us!

Chair Yoga - Wednesdays at 9 a.m.

Angelie Carter will be leading chair yoga  classes on Wednesday at 9 a.m. at the Milton Community Hall.

Cost - $4

Everyone welcome. Mats will be provided, altthough if you have one. please bring it along.

Writers in the Round -Rachel Beck, Jessica Rhaye and Graham Nicholas

Writers in the Round sees Rachel Beck, Jessica Rhaye and Graham Nicholas share their songs and stories about them at the Milton Community Hall on Saturday, October 27 at 7:30 p.m.

Glowing with catchy pop hooks, Rachel Beck’s distinctive piano melodies and emotive vocals are captivating audiences across Canada. The PEI songbird’s first single Reckless Heart hit #1 on the CBC Music Top 20 in March 2018. Beck’s stunning debut, produced by Miltonvale Park native Daniel Ledwell, takes the listener on a trek across a wide emotional range- from regret and grief to wonder and joy.

Joining Beck on stage will be singer-songwriter Jessica Rhaye, winner of Music New Brunswick’s Solo Recording of the Year (Song In Me) for 2017. Unabashedly country with rustic roots, Jessica’s stunning vocals and lush melodies, also move easily between folk and Americana.

Toronto based folk/roots/country songwriter Graham Nicholas honed in on his concise form of storytelling and refined his irreverent sense of humor with his latest album, “Dial Tones and Pretty Notes”.

Tickets for Writers in the Round can be purchased in advance at the Milton Community Hall, 7 New Glasgow Road, Rte 224 in North Milton, 902-566-3154, or Canteen and bar service will also be available for the performance.


Seeking a Part-time Casual Cleaner

Job Description - Cleaner
Milton Community Hall Inc. seeks a casual part-time cleaner. This person will be performing various cleaning duties with little supervision. He/she must be reliable, physically fit (lift 30 lbs.), must have WHMIS training and must wear proper footwear. The person hired will have a two-month probation period. 

This position is typically an employment period of late August-early June.
Hours of work: Approximately 8 hours per week      Hourly rate of pay: $13

Required Qualifications
Grade 12 minimum
Work independently and be reliable
Flexibility to work around Hall events
Must provide own transportation
Must provide a Criminal Record Check
Provide two references, one must be last employer

Report to work on time, comply with proper safety policies and procedures (i.e. when using cleaning chemicals, reporting incidents, etc.). The employee must be able to determine the neatness, accuracy and thoroughness of the work assigned.

Physical demands
The employee will be required to:
walk and stand, climb, bend forward, kneel down, push and pull objects, repetitive bending and lifting and repetitive arm movements.

Job Functions 

Restrooms - clean and sanitize sinks, counter tops, toilets, mirrors, floors, etc. Replenish bathroom supplies
Kitchen - clean and sanitize sinks, counter tops, wash floors, etc.
Floors - Sweep, mop, vacuum
Trash - Empty waste baskets, and sort recyclables if any and place in proper containers
Other duties - Wash walls, windows, doors and other duties as assigned.

Apply with resume and other pertinent documents by Sunday, September 23, 2018 to

Milton Community Hall Inc.
7A New Glasgow Road Rte 224 (Corner of Rte 7 & 224)
North Milton PE C1E 0S7