Miltonvale Park & Milton Community Hall – Events – October 23, 2023

Coffee –Visit neighbors each Monday and Friday from 10 -11 a.m. at the Milton Hall. Coffee, tea, and snacks are available by donation of coin or treats. There will be Coffee on Oct 2.

This series of classes for The Resourceful Homeowner will take place on Mondays from 7:00 -8:30 TONIGHT: Yard work and flower gardens RSVP to

Potential Future classes - Guest speaker Peter McKenna - Basic plumbing and electrical; Simple home updates, changing door knobs, caulking, spray foam, wallpaper, tiling; Cleaning, what and when; Guest speaker- Peter McKenna -Answering questions 

Yoga with Leone – Tuesdays - 9 a.m. Building Blocks of Yoga (mat) & 10:30 a.m. Chair Yoga. $6 Miltonvale Park residents and $7 for others.

TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meet at the Hall on Tuesdays at 6:15. For more information contact Joyce at 902-368-2055.

Weekly Wednesday Zumba Classes at take place at 5:30. The cost for Miltonvale Park residents is $2/class and non-residents are $5. Space is limited. Contact if you are interested. 

Seniors Fitness Classes with Michele Gallant - at 9 a.m. and take place on Mondays and Fridays. They focus on balance and flexibility and are lots of fun! Cost $6. If you are interested, please email

Fall Walk – Come join us for a fall walk at the Confederation Trail at the North York River Road on 11 a.m. Thursday, October 26. Chat, meet some friends/neighbours, see the fall foliage and get some exercise. The forecast is calling for a high of 17 and a mix of sun and clouds -so it sounds like a great day to stretch your legs!

Thursday, October 26 at 1 p.m. FULL!!  Air Fryer Cooking with home economist Margaret Prouse– Milton Hall Seasonal Seniors. Free for Miltonvale Park residents 55+. By donations for others. RSVP to or 902-566-3154 to get on the waiting list.

Rebound Fitness class at 7 pm on Wednesday, Oct 25! Free for Miltonvale Park residents, $5 for others Space is very limited (I think only for the 8-8:30 p.m. time slot) -or it may be full- If you are interested, you can try to sign up here:

Friday, October 27 from 7-9. Halloween Family Dance Party -Free for Miltonvale Park residents. RSVP to

How does your Garlic Grow? Come learn the secrets to growing garlic on Saturday, October 28 at 12:30 at the Milton Community Hall with Marie McKenna of Spruce Grove Landscaping. Free. Please RSVP to or call 902-566-3154. Please dress for the outdoors.

Saturday, Oct. 28Municipal Children’s Halloween Activity – Miltonvale Park is planning to have an afternoon Halloween Treat bag Drive Thru for residents’ children. Please pre-register in ADVANCE here: Residents are most welcome to drop off treats to be included by Friday noon, at the Milton Community Hall.

Oct.31 is the deadline to buy tickets for the next 50-50 twice-monthly draw. You can buy tickets at the hall-or send an e-transfer to $3 each or 2/$5. The winner of the Oct. 15 draw was Lorraine Garneau who won $87.50. Thanks to all for your support!

Wednesday, Nov 1 is 4-H Day – and the day that the Wheatley River 4-H Club meets next at the Milton Community Hall at 6:45 (although there is a mini-dance and pizza on Oct 27 at 5:30). Watch for a local 4-Her to be selling great PEI products in the annual fundraiser until Nov. 1. For more information, contact Shari at

PLAY TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE -Reserve your tickets here: or at the hall. Thurs- Sat. Nov. 2-4 at 7:30 p.m. The Milton Community Players present Some Neighbours -Yesterday Once MoreThe Quintessential Sesquicentennial Review. Tickets- $18. Delayed by COVID but encouraged by demand, the Milton Community Players present Some Neighbours: Yesterday Once More or, The Quintessential Sesquicentennial Review. A two-act comedy about the 150 years of Prince Edward Island’s participation in Confederation. and what has REALLY happened on the Island since 1873.

Yesterday Once More goes beyond the headlines and visits various families to understand why they moved here, their hopes of raising kids, and becoming part of the community.... and how to navigate all those roundabouts. The trials and tribulations of Freddy, flying from Newfoundland to Prince Edward Island, to meet his prospective bride, is worth the price of admission. His soon-to-be partner, a member of the local church’s PTISSER ladies, is determined to stamp out sins.

Freddy and all the passengers have their problems with the flight from Newfoundland, and there’s speculation they may not make it. It’s a flight you don’t want to miss.

NEW – Drawing Classes – How to Draw What You See -with Nancy Hooper. Fridays from 1-3 p.m. on November 3, 10, 24, and Dec 1.  Essential supplies and snacks included. $20 for Miltonvale Park residents and $28 for others.  RSVP to or call 902-566-3154.

Meditation presented by monks from the GEBIS monastery. Saturday, November 4 from 9:30 – 11:00 a.m. FREE. Register here: or 902-368-3090

Music Theory -Learn the 'why' of music and how music is put together? Marti Hopson, composer and music teacher, to find out more about the music building blocking including keys, scales, intervals and chords!   From 6:30-7:30 p.m. on Mondays, Nov 6, 13, 20, 27 at Milton Community Hall. Free for Miltonvale Park residents, by donation for others. Register at

Thursday, November 9, 2023 - For residents of the Miltonvale Park area

The Island Community Food Security Initiative is funding six community meals for residents and seniors in need before the end of March, 2024. We will be using local foods where possible, and hope these meals can ease some of the stress families and individuals may be facing during the winter. The meals will be eat-in or can be taken out. The 1st meal will be a Beef Stew Supper with dessert at the Milton Community Hall on Thursday, November 9.  Pick up will be from 5-5:45 p.m. with an eat-in option at 6 p.m. Deliveries can be available for those who need it within Miltonvale Park. There are 125 free meals available and preference will be given to Miltonvale Park residents. Thanks to funders: the Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership, the Government of Prince Edward Island, and the Government of Canada.  Please register to get a meal or to volunteer at this link:

The hall is catering a supper on the evening of Friday, Nov. 10. Please contact Shari at if you would like to help out with the cooking or serving.

Tuesday, Nov. 14 – 7 p.m. North Milton WI at the Milton Community Hall (Please note the change in date to accommodate a special guest speaker).

Milton Community Hall annual Christmas Craft Fair will be Saturday, Nov. 18, from 9- 3 p.m. Admission is $2 for those aged 13+. There will be door prizes and a canteen available.

Tuesday, November 21 is the next Foods of PEI cooking presentation with Margaret Prouse at 1:00 p.m. To sign up for this “PEI -Through the Years” project, please email Free for Miltonvale Park residents aged 55+ and by donation for others.

Wreath Making with Marie Dow – Wednesday, November 22 from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Funded in part by the PEI Seniors Secretariat. $20 for Miltonvale Park Seniors, $30 for others. -Email or call 902-566-3154 to register. Milton Hall Seasonal Seniors

Community Pot Luck Supper – Join neighbours for a FREE POTLUCK supper at Milton Community Hall on Wednesday, Nov. 22 at 6 p.m. The hall will provide some meat options.

Please RSVP to Peggy at by November 20. You can sign up to bring a dish by following the link

If you can’t bring a dish to share for any reason, please come anyway – we’d love to see you at the Meet Your Neighbor Night! Milton Community Hall's Most Valuable People project is funded by PEI Alliance for Mental Well-Being 

Miltonvale Park has a $75 bursary program per child per year to participate in extracurricular sports, arts, cultural groups/activities and events.

PLEASE NOTE: For Miltonvale Park residents, if money or transportation is a barrier to any of the Milton Community Hall MVP (Most Valuable People) events, please let us know and we will do what we can to ensure that everyone can participate. Email

Sign up for regular (approx. weekly) emails from the municipality listing events and reminders by emailing

Activities in the Milton Hall MVP project have received funding from the PEI Alliance for Mental Well-Being, and are coordinated by Peggy Chen,

 Activities in the PEI-Through the Years project are funded through the Government of Canada’s New Horizons for Seniors Program.

Activities in the Miltonvale Park Seniors Matters and the Milton Hall Seasonal Seniors project are funded through the PEI Seniors’ Secretariat.


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