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Annual Meeting -Monday January 15, 2018

Adult residents of Miltonvale Park are members of the Milton Community Hall, Inc., which is governed by an elected board , and operates the Milton Community Hall. Join them for the annual general meeting for the hall at the hall on Monday, January 15 at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome. The meeting will include annual and financial reports, as well as elections to the board. For more information about the board, review the constitution which is found here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2D4X3-U3JM0YjlkWmh4REpMOGs/view?usp=sharing

Gus and Good Company

Join Gus for jingles and tunes at the Milton CommunityHall on Tuesdays in December from 8 p.m. -9:30.  Admission is free, with donations being accepted to the Upper Room. 

 

Art Classes -Thursday mornings -starting Jan 11, 2018

Watercolor Art Lessons
with Julia Purcell
Thursdays 10 am-12 noon
Jan. 11, 2018 for 10 weeks
Cost $25 – for the series.
Limited Registration
Contact miltoncommunityhall@gmail.com or 902-566-3154 to pre-register.

Hosted by Milton Community Hall for residents of Miltonvale Park and supporters of the hall.

Funded in part by Milton Community Hall and the Province of Prince Edward Island through the PEI Seniors’ Secretariat.

 

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Upcoming events -exercise

Check out the latest community events list.

Christmas Craft Fair - November 25, 2017

The annual Christmas Craft Fair featuring lots of handmade items will take place on Saturday, November 25, 2017 from 9:30-3:30.

The registration form is available here.

Apple Social - Thursday, October 5, 2017

It is fall dessert season at the Milton Community Hall. From apple to zucchini, come enjoy tasty desserts on Thursday evening, October 5, 2017, from 6-7:30 p.m.

Admission is $10 for adults and teens, $5 for youth and Pre-schoolers eat for free.

For information, contact 902 566-3154 or miltoncommunityhall@gmail.com.

This is a fundraiser for the hall, which is located at 7 New Glasgow Road in North Milton.

 

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Add Your Business to Our Sponsorship Board

We would like to thank all of the business on our sponsorship board. Your support is always appreciated!


Would you like to advertise your business on our board? Contact us at (902) 566-3154 or miltoncommunityhall@gmail.com for more details.

The Canadian Women Composer Project - Saturday, August 5th at 7:30

The Canadian Women Composers (CWC) Project presents soprano Clarisse Tonigussi, and pianist Stephanie Cole, in recital, featuring the works of Canadian women composers.

The CWC Project is dedicated to bringing greater awareness to vocal music by Canadian women composers. In an hour-long recital, vocal repertoire that has been overlooked in the past can be heard, appreciated, and recognized. For the Canadian sesquicentennial, the recital will make its way around Canada, sharing the music of Canadian women songwriters as it goes. The composers that have been chosen for the concert are Gena Branscombe, Jean Coulthard, Jean Ethridge, Carol Ann Weaver, Mary Gardiner, Ana Sokolovic, Jana Skarecky, Martha Hill Duncan, and Rebekah Cummings. The works are sung in historical order, beginning with music by Gena Branscombe and ending with a work based on Anne of Green Gables quotes composed in 2017 by Rebekah Cummings.

Not only does this project highlight Canadian women’s music, but it also showcases other Canadian female artists. The poetry has been written by Canadian female poets including Madeleine Guimont, P.K. Page, Judith Miller, Majorie Pickthall, Beatrice Redpath, and E. Pauline Johnson, a Canadian female designer, Carly Cumpson, has created the beautiful gown that is to be worn for every recital, and the musicians who are performing the recitals are also women. It is a celebration of women in Canada by having women perform great works by women!

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