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 Municipal 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 (Springvale and North and South Milton WIs) were provided with free meeting space at the Hall, and the North Milton WI still meets at the Hall. A kitchen and washroom facilities, funded by a government grant, were added in the early 1960s. A major renovation in 2012 created a very well equipped community hall that is well used.
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.
For more information, please visit miltoncommunityhall.ca.
The Hall has adapted to COVID 19 and is asking potential renters to complete a COVID Rental Operational Plan. The capacity of the hall has been impacted by the pandemic and some draft seating charts are available for review: Empty Auditorium, 10 Households (groups of 5 and 4) or 12 Households 35 People or 6 Tables (both sides) set up.