Exercise classes take place on Mondays and Fridays at 9 a.m. with Michele Gallant, until December 9th, and will resume in the New Year on Jan 9. $5. Drop in. Class is cancelled if school is delayed or cancelled due to weather.
Coffee – Monday and Friday from 10 -11a.m. at the Milton Hall.
Yoga with Leone – Tuesdays ($6 for Miltonvale Park residents and $7 others)- 8:30 a.m. Mat Yoga & at 10 a.m. Yoga using a Chair. FIRST CLASS FREE for Residents – Email [email protected] to claim your free class.
TOPS meets at the Milton Community Hall on Tuesdays at 6:15. Contact Joyce at 902-368-2055.
Nov 30 is the hall’s next 50-50 twice-monthly draw. Buy tickets at the hall -or send an e-transfer to [email protected]. $3 each or 2/$5. Congratulations to Kevin MacArthur who won $157 in the Nov. 15 draw.
Card Parties – One more card party! Thursday December 1 at 7:30 p.m. Admission -$4.
Thursday, Dec 1 – 1 p.m. Foods of Nova Scotia *-presentation by home economist Margaret Prouse. RSVP to [email protected].
Wednesday December 7, 2022 – 10 a.m.-12 noon. Join Marie Dow to make your own Christmas Wreath*. Cost for Miltonvale Park residents -$15 and non-residents-$25. The class is almost full, so if you are a Miltonvale Park resident, please RSVP to 902-368-3090 or [email protected] by Tuesday, Nov. 29, as residents have priority registration until then.
The North Milton WI will be having their Christmas meeting on Monday evening, Dec. 12 at the home of Miriam Hooper (very near the hall). The start time hasn’t been finalized, but if you would like to attend, please send president Donna Bernard a note so you can be notified of the details. Donna Bernard
Milton Community Hall received funding from the Province through the Island Community Food Security Initiative to provide six free community meals using local foods before the end of March 2023. The first one will be a turkey supper on Tuesday, December 13. The meals will be a combination of eat-in, take out, and in certain circumstances, delivery and are for local residents. To register please complete the form. Take out will be between 5-5:30 with the eat-in meal at 6 p.m. There will be 125 dinners provided, and preference will be to Miltonvale Park residents.
The Miltonvale Park Year of Canada Project is focusing on Nova Scotia in December – and as it is the birthplace of hockey, we are treating Miltonvale Park residents, aged 55+ to a free ticket to the Charlottetown Islanders vs. Halifax Mooseheads on Saturday, Dec. 17 at 7 p.m.* We will need to know who is under 60, or over, to purchase the appropriate tickets for the game. Resident, and Islander bus driver Wilf Banks, has received permission from Coach Atlantic to bring the Charlottetown Islanders bus to the Milton Hall to pickup folks for the game (6:00 p.m. at the hall) and being them back after the game– but we need a minimum of 30 people for the bus. The bus is open to people of any age, who may have their own tickets for the game and would like transportation. Please email [email protected] or call 902-368-3090 to reserve a ticket for the game (55+ only) and/or a seat on the bus.
There will be a seniors Christmas Sockhop** on Monday, Dec. 19 from 2-4 p.m. More information to follow.
*Funded in part by the Government of Canada through the New Horizons for Seniors Program.
**Funded by the PEI Seniors Secretariat
If you have signed up your children in sports/arts/or other organizations or lessons, you have until March 2023 to apply for a $75 rebate. If you can’t remember if you claimed your child bursary this year, send me a note and I will be happy to look it up for you. The application form is on this page or can be obtained from the Council Office at the Milton Community Hall. https://miltonvalepark.com/for-residents/rebates-forms/
If you missed the Sunday concert (Nov. 13) with Kelley Mooney, John MacAllar and Harmony Wagner -each performance is posted online. The video for the introductory scrapbooking session is also on that page.
The Milton Community Hall still has KN-95 masks and Covid rapid test kits available in the lobby. We also got a donation of cookbooks in the free library today, if they or any of the other available books or puzzles might help pass the time!