History of the Hall

The Milton Community Hall was built in 1960 to replace the aged North Milton Hall. Community concerts which raised $2000, provided start up costs for the hall, and the community was canvassed for labour and supplies. Milton Community Hall has housed many community groups, including the Community Council, and events since then. When it was built, the Orange Lodge used the upstairs, for which they contributed $1/month towards the light bill. The three local Women's Institute Branches were (and still are) provided with free meeting space at the Hall. A kitchen and washroom facilities, funded by a government grant, were added in the early 1960s.

The hall was the site of the Miltonvale Park Community Council office for many years, and, after an absence of about eight years, the hall committee is delighted to have them back as tenants within the community in the fall of 2012.

All interested residents of Miltonvale Park who are at least 18 years are members of Milton Community Hall, Inc. The hall belongs to all of us!

The hall is incorporated and governed by a non-profit board of directors. The bylaws for the hall can be downloaded from here - and it is expected they will be updated on the January 20, 2014 Annual Meeting to allow the position of Secretary -Treasurer to be separated into two positions and add another director-at-large to the board.