September Events

Due to COVID-19, pre- registration is required for all events hosted by the Rural Municipality of Miltonvale Park. To register  call 902-368-3090 or email

Weekly Events

Coffee Club – Mondays and Fridays from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. at the Milton Community Hall (including Labour day!)

Sewing and Craft Work Bee Sessions – Mondays from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. at the Milton Community Hall. Bring whatever you are working on, sewing machines are available to use. (Not happening on Labour Day!)

Exercise classes – Starting September 14, every Monday and Friday at 9:00 a.m. with Michele Gallant. Classes will be $4 each and every 6th class a participant attends, they can attend for free. Space is limited to 15 participants at the exercise classes and pre-registration is mandatory for each class. Preference will be given to Miltonvale Park residents.

Line dancing – Mondays afternoons – Classes are currently full. Dancing begins Sept. 14. Cost $10 for three classes.

September Yoga – Starting September 1

*Yoga in the Park -Wednesdays at 9:00 a.m. in the Miltonvale Community Park, 413 Sleepy Hollow Road. If it is raining, yoga will be moved to the Milton Community Hall. Taught by Paula Smith – Subtle Yoga With Paula

*Chair-ish Yoga- Thursdays in September at 10:00 a.m.  in the Milton Community Hall, 7 New Glasgow Road, North Milton. This yoga class will be adaptable to chair or mat and is taught by Leone Curtis.

*All Yoga Classes hosted by the Rural Municipality of Miltonvale Park are $5 or pay what you can. Bring your own mat or towel and your own water.

Tech Talk Series

Free presentations to help residents and seniors in the area become more comfortable with technology, especially in times of isolation due to Covid-19. All of the presentations in the Tech Talk Series will be at the Milton Community Hall, 7 New Glasgow Road, North Milton and registration is required.

Monday, September 14, 7:00p.m. Fraud Prevention– how to spot and protect yourself from online, over the phone and other scams, how to spot fake news

Thursday, September 17, 7:00p.m. Video Calling – Zoom, Facebook, Skype

Date to be announced Tablets- basic information for seniors that might be interested in borrowing tablets

Date to be announced Tablets/Ipads- how to use features, apps

Funded in part by the Government of Canada through the New Horizons for Seniors Program

Senior Supply Shelf – The Municipality of Miltonvale Park has set up a small food and necessities supply shelf for seniors who live in the municipality, who are experiencing food insecurities during the Covid-19 pandemic. The Senior Supply Shelf is in the Milton Community Hall, 7 New Glasgow Road and seniors can stop by during hall hours to pick up food and necessities. If a senior can not go to the Milton Community Hall to pick up necessities for any reason, we will have volunteers available to deliver items from the Senior Supply Shelf to seniors’ homes.

Funded in part by the Government of Canada through the New Horizons for Seniors Program


Tablets for Seniors

The Municipality of Miltonvale Park is buying six tablets to lend out to seniors in Miltonvale Park that are feeling isolated due to Covid-19. These tablets will help seniors connect with their friends and family online from their homes in times of isolation. Seniors will be able to borrow a tablet to take home and use. There will be a Tech Talk in September about tablets for seniors who have never used a tablet and are thinking of borrowing or buying one for themselves.  Please contact the Council Office at 902-368-3090, if you are or know a senior who might be interested.

Funded in part by the Government of Canada through the New Horizons for Seniors Program

Non-Medical Fabric Face Masks

Reusable two ply, with a nose wire, fabric masks are available for free at the Milton Community Hall for Miltonvale Park residents who have returned their EMO survey (including those received last Fall/winter). Priority for masks is for seniors, if supplies become more limited. The EMO survey is online in the paper copy of the most recent newsletter. The electronic copy did not have space to ask if residents have any concerns about a possible second wave of COVID-19, so please feel free to note any suggestions or concerns anywhere there is space in the electronic survey.

Call the Council office 902 368-3090 or email to check for availability for masks. As the summer students have finished their work terms, the Council Office is now operating at reduced hours.

Drop in and Sew, Fabric Donations Welcome!

If you would like to donate your time and help us sew some masks, or wish to donate tightly woven cotton fabric, give us a call at 902-368-3090. We have sewing machines and supplies at the Milton Community Hall, and sewing could occur almost any time.  There is also an opportunity for secondary students to participate in the Community Service Bursary program, by helping make masks.


And just a reminder that the Milton Community Hall and the Miltonvale Community Park have free public wifi. 

For the “Year in France” project, the municipality has purchased a “movies on demand” service for the next year from Criterion, so can show movies on the big screen at the Milton Community Hall. There will be regular showings of movies that have a connection to France, or some may entirely be in French…. suggestions are welcome!

We can also show other movies that are available if people are interested  -let us know if you have a favourite! The numbers of people attending will be limited and there will be lots of space for physical distancing.

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