Exercise class cancelled - Mon. Jan 21

9 a.m. exercise class is cancelled today, due to there being no school and poor road conditions.

Hall Annual Meeting - Monday, January 28, 7:30 p.m.

January means it is a new business year for the Milton Community Hall.... so it is time to review 2018 - which was the year the debt was paid!

Please come out to the Annual Meeting on Monday, January 28 2019, at 7:30 p.m. at the hall.

Elections will also be held for the hall board members. If you are interested in being part of this successful community organization, please attend, or send us a note!

Adult residents of Miltonvale Park are members of the Milton Community Hall, Inc.

The storm date is Tuesday, January 29 at 7:30 p.m.

Milton Cyber Seniors - Computer Classes -Mon. Jan 14

The Rural Municipality of Miltonvale Park is hosting 10 computer classes from January to March 2019. Instructor Andy Gallant will start with a short presentation about a particular computer related topic, then will have time for questions and help.

The first class is MONDAY, Jan. 14 at 8 p.m. at the Milton Community Hall, 2nd floor
Topic – Online Safety

There will also be discussion and planning for future classes and topics. When dates and topics are decided they will be posted on the hall website and shared on the hall and municipal Facebook pages.

FREE – for Seniors – Residents & Friends
902-368-3090 or
Funded in part by the PEI Seniors’ Secretariat

MEALS & SPIELS -January 18 & Feb. 11

The Milton Community Hall received funding from the PEI Seniors Secretariat to host six Meals & Spiels – with Dutch Thompson speaking at the first one in December.

The project involves volunteers coming together at the Milton Community Hall to cook a lunch, and then eat/listen to a speaker and then the leftovers (if there are any!) are packaged and distributed to local seniors.

People are asked to RSVP at least two days before each event to or 902-566-3154. These events are free, but there will be a donation dish available to help offset costs. The events are directed towards seniors, but others are welcome.

Friday, January 18 – Nursing in the North – with Joyce England. Options are to arrive at 10-10:30 to help prepare the food or to arrive for the 12 noon meal and talk. Storm date Monday, January 21.

Monday, February 11 – Family Violence Prevention Week – In combination with the municipality’s annual Blanket Making for Anderson House (10 a.m.), and the theme of engaging men and boys, the men on the hall committee are cooking lunch for the blanket makers and those who come to hear a speaker who will talk about some aspect of Family Violence Prevention (12 noon).  RSVP by Feb 8th. Storm date, Feb 12.

We are still arranging other Meals & Spiels and hope to feature a pharmacist at one of the events.

Meals & Spiels -Dutch Thompson -Dec 14

Milton Community Hall is pleased to present the first in a series of lunches and speakers at the Milton Community Hall to be held on Friday, December 14, 2018 with special guest speaker Reg “Dutch” Thompson.

Dutch Thompson is one of the province’s best-known researchers in the fields of folklore and oral history, thanks largely to his long-running and popular CBC Radio show on PEI oral history, “The Bygone Days”

REGISTER by Wednesday, Dec.12 at 902-566-3154 or
• Participate in the making of the meal at 10:30 a.m. and/or
• Come for the lunch and speaker at 12:00 noon and/or
• Request a take home lunch to be delivered that afternoon, for those who cannot come out to the hall (Miltonvale Park residents only)
Admission is by donation, if desired.
Thai Peanut Butter and Pumpkin Soup
Fresh Biscuits
Apple Cranberry Crisp

This project has received funding from the PEI Seniors' Secretariat.

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