News and Events - May 9, 2023

Coffee Club - Mondays and Fridays at 10 a.m. Admission by donation of coin or sweets.

50/50 - The 15th & end of every month. Drop in or E-transfer to buy tickets $3 each or 2/$5.

Yoga -Tuesdays- Mat yoga at 9:00 a.m. and Chair Yoga at 10:30. $6 for MVP residents and $7 for non-residents.

TOPS (Take off Pounds Sensibly) meet at the hall Tuesday evenings at 6:30. Contact Joyce at 902-368-2055.

Learn to Play Ukulele - Every second Tuesday evening 7:30-8:30 beginning on May 9 for 10 sessions. Suggested donation for the series - $20. Register at or 902-566-3154. 

Weekly Card Parties are starting up again on Thursday evenings beginning on May 11 at 7:30 .$4 admission.

Saturday, May 13 - Roadside Clean Up -Yellow WI bags are available at the Milton Community Hall -but your own clear bags can be used. Take a selfie while picking and send it to for a chance to win $50!

Monday, May 15 at 7:30 p.m. Did you miss the Song Portrait Concert? Come watch the video. Admission by freewill offering, if desired. Please RSVP here: 

Song Portraits is a project by Corbin Murdoch that is inspired by the individuals that contribute to the vibrancy and vitality of Milton Community Hall. Portrait Subjects: John Hooper, Joy MacIntyre, Ken Williams, Rosemarie Ramsay, Joyce Blackett and Trilby Jeeves. Song Portraits Band: Alicia Toner, Carlie Howell (Musical Director), Josh Langille, and Mike Ross. The live performance was part of the Radiant Rural Halls project hosted by this town is small.

Wednesday May 17 – Lunch and Learn - Early Mi'kmaq Life Told with Stories and Song. RSVP to by noon on Monday May 15 or 902-368-3090.

Friday, May 19 at 10 a.m. Family Violence Prevention Week Blanket Making– Come knot double sided fleece blankets for Anderson House

JUNE is the ParticipACTION Community Challenge Month! Watch for details!

Friday June 2 is the deadline for the Volunteer of the Year nomination.  Nominate a community member to recognize their volunteer efforts!

PEI Mutual Festival of Small Halls – Milton Community Hall’s show “In Harmony” is Monday, June 12 at 7:30. is now SOLD OUT!  Our artists are Cynthia MacLeod, Rakish (Boston), The Gilberts (NS). The ticket price is $25 (tax included), and are now at the hall and online (additional fees).

Thursday June 15 - Early Foods of PEI with Margaret Prouse at 1 p.m. Please RSVP to or 902-368-3090.

Fathers of Confederation Car Show – Miltonvale Park is hosting a PEI 150 event at CMP (2744 North York River Rd.) on Saturday June 17 from 12-4. Canteen available. Registration of cars -$5 at 11 a.m. and general admission by donation, if desired, to the Upper Room Food Bank. Funded in part by Innovation PEI & the Province of PEI. Rain Date June 24.

Canada Day at the Miltonvale Community Park -Saturday July 1 11:30-2:30 p.m. Come join friends and neighbours to celebrate a special PEI 150 Canada Day, with BBQ, Canada Day Cake and fun and games! Funded in part by Innovation PEI and the Department of Canadian Heritage. Rain location -Milton Community Hall.

The hall and council will also be hiring summer students - if you might be interested in working close to home – at the hall, or at the Community Park, please contact the Council or the hall for details!

Reminders - The Milton Community Hall has free KN95 masks and COVID rapid tests to give out and books and puzzles to loan. Check our Facebook pages for videos of recent events.

If you are signing your children up for summer activities - remember to apply for the community bursary 

The Development Officer, Mirko Terrazas, is in the office at the Milton Community Hall on Wednesdays - 10-5 and can be reached at or 902-368-3090.

Would there be interest if there were to be a community garden established near the Milton Community Hall? Please let us know if you might be interested in a plot, if we can organize it for this year! There are several small plots available at the Community Park (413 Sleepy Hollow Road) - please let me know if you would like to garden there this summer!

Thanks are extended to all those community volunteers who helped out (or offered to help) at the recent Milton Community Hall Lobster Take Out. The hall board really appreciates all the offers and the work of the great local volunteers! Thanks!

Watch for the launch of the Milton Community Hall's new "Milton Community Hall's MVP - Most Valuable People" project. A coordinator has been hired for this project funded by the PEI Alliance for Mental Well-Being and work is getting underway!

If you still have large Fiona debris (like tree branches) on your property - just a reminder, to get it moved near the curb for pick-up by the province. Curbside pick-up will run until June 30.

Provincial crews can only pick up curbside debris from private residences, such as homes, cottages, etc. Pick-ups will also occur on private roads, as long as it’s debris from homes and cottages.

Debris will not be picked from businesses, vacant lots or private woodlots.

This large debris pick-up is in addition to the regular Island-wide spring clean-up by IWMC so consult IWMC’s schedule for guidance on the removal of grass, leaves and smaller debris.

This is the BIG waste pick up week for IMAC - Next week is yard waste.

This week is Emergency Preparedness Week on PEI - The Province will be hosting emergency preparedness presentations open to members of the public on Thursday May 11th 1pm-3pm – Charlottetown Library Learning Centre (100-97 Queen Street, Charlottetown PE). The event will include a public presentation, static display of a personal emergency preparedness kit and various door prizes, including an emergency radio. For more information on being prepared, visit

Saving Money Until May 28 get instant savings rebates in-store on select energy efficient products. Rebates are applied at the cash register. Get more info:

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