Happenings - April 14, 2022

The Milton Community Hall is hosting a presentation TONIGHT with John Horne from ALL EV about “Which EV is Right for Me?” Learn about Electric Vehicles at the Milton Community Hall on Thursday, April 14 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Pre-register at or 902-566-3154. FREE but space is limited. Did you know the Hall has 2 Level 2 EV Charging Stations in the lower parking lot?


Tomorrow is the hall's 50-50 biweekly draw. You can buy tickets tonight -or send an e-transfer to $3 each or 2/$5.


A Seniors Sock Hop will be held on Easter Monday, April 18 from 2-4 p.m. at the Milton Community Hall. Admission is by donation, but space is limited. Masks required. Pre-register at or 902-368-3090. Come and enjoy the music of the 50s & 60s. Learn the Stroll and Hand Jive.


Wednesday April 20 will be the next Municipal Council Meeting at 7:30 p.m. Please RSVP if you would like to attend.


Year of Canada - Foods Across Canada – Join Home Economist Margaret Prouse for a series of food presentations, beginning with MANITOBA (perogies) on Thursday, April 21 at 1 p.m. at the Milton Community Hall. Space is limited. Please pre-register at 902-368-3090 or by noon Tuesday, April 19. Masks required. Admission by donation. Preference for seats will be to Miltonvale Park residents.  The next food presentation will be on Thursday, May 5 at 1 p.m. and will feature fruit, representing the province of ONTARIO. Other activities we hope to organize for May include a Drive Alive 55 class (because Ontario has the 401), bingo (Sudbury Saturday Night!) and presentations on caring for trees and frauds and scams (Toronto is an important financial city in Canada).


Dr. Michael van den Heuvel from UPEI will be doing a presentation on Coles Creek, and the effects on water levels and fish habitat that he has been studying over the past few years (since the Charlottetown wellfield was established) at a meeting via Zoom and at the Milton Community Hall on 6:30 Wednesday evening, May 11. RSVP to attend at the hall or to get a Zoom link.


The Milton Community Hall will be holding its annual Takeout Lobster Dinner on Saturday afternoon, May 14. Tickets are $25 and must be prepaid. The hall takes e-transfers to


The PEI Mutual Festival of Small Halls returns to the Milton Community Hall on Saturday evening, June 18 with its show - A Milton Mixer. Tickets are $30. It’s Juno award-winners on stage in Milton with the commanding vocals of Dene singer/songwriter Leela Gilday, joined by brother Jay Gilday, together as ‘Sechile Sedare’, along with the toe-tapping trad of string quartet The Fretless. Whimsical Kent-born folk singer/songwriter Lucy Farrell joins as special guest. Get more information and buy your tickets here


Seniors fitness classes ($5) are held Mondays and Fridays at 9 a.m. (None on Good Friday or Easter Monday) followed by Coffee (not Good Friday -but there will be Coffee Easter Monday) at 10 a.m.


There has been a change to the yoga schedule and pricing. On Tuesdays the municipality is hosting $5 yoga – on the mat at 9 a.m. and from the chair at 10:30.a.m. On Thursdays Light Living with Leone will be hosting mat yoga at 9 am. and chair yoga at 10:30. upstairs. Drop-in fees are $10 or $32 for 4 classes.


Development Officer, Mirko Terrazas, will be in the office on Wednesdays  from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. He can be reached through the office phone number -902-368-3090 or The newly approved Official Plan and Development Bylaws are available online .


Miltonvale Park has a new rebate for spring 2022. The Cornwall and Area Watershed Group Inc is selling rain barrels, accessories and rolling composters. Order and pay online at before May 23, 2022. Miltonvale Park residents can also order at the Council Office at the Milton Community Hall (or online) AND are eligible for a $25 rebate on a rain barrel from the municipality (One per property/household). Pick up is scheduled for the Terry Fox Sports Complex, in Cornwall PEI on Sunday June 5 from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. BUT pick up at the Milton Hall may be possible.


It is a new fiscal year – so residents can apply again for a child bursary if you are registering your children in spring or summer programs or activities, and rebates are still available for High efficiency washers, low flow toilets and showerheads. 


There is some space at the Community Park for gardening plots. Please contact the Council office if you would like a plot this summer. The ground at the park is still quite wet, if you are there- please do not drive on the grass.


The Biciborne (Bicycle Repair Station) has been uncovered after the winter. It is located adjacent to the Confederation Trail off the North York River Road, near the parking lot - and has lots of tools and a pump if you need to get your bicycle ready for the season!


The Council and the Milton Hall intend to hire summer students. Please contact either by email if you are interested in summer employment. or


The PEI Seniors Secretariat has funding available for Seniors programming/activities supports. The deadline for applications is May 11. Council and the hall would be interested in hearing of any suggestions that residents may have:

Projects which promote positive images of aging
Projects which reduce the social isolation of seniors
Home First/Age in Place Projects
Financial security and safety
Projects that support Age-friendly initiatives

The Council Office will be closed for Good Friday and Easter Monday.

Have a lovely Easter Weekend!

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