Registration to open for Milton recreational programs

February 28, 2017 by  

The community of Milton will once again be hosting a variety of activities throughout the spring and summer, and it has scheduled the registration dates for both residents and non-residents alike.

The town will be offering recreational, art and general interest activities, as well as summer camps and swimming lessons. Registration will be accepted in person, on the phone and online. In an effort to make it as easy as possible for local residents to find out what is gong on in the area, A Milton Community Services Guide has been prepared, and it can be picked up at most of the town’s facilities, and is also available for perusal online. The public is invited to browse through it to find out more information about any of the programs that are being offered. Items like this can be provided by a catalog printing company.

The official registration start date for those who live in Milton is March 7th for the camps, cycling, art, fitness and general interest programming, while the date to sign up for swimming lessons is March 28th. Those who don’t live in Milton are welcome to register two days after the beginning of the sign up period for residents.

More information about the programs being offered, as well as their price and other details, can be found on the Town of Milton website.

Food trucks rolling back into Whitby once more

February 28, 2017 by  

Foodies from all over the GTA are invited to come out to the community of Whitby, where its annual Food Truck Frenzy will showcase all that the area’s food trucks have to offer.

With the fast-growing event now in [Read more]

Stoney Creek March Break camp to focus on animals

February 28, 2017 by  

This March break, children from Stoney Creek are invited to participate in a program that will give them a chance to indulge in their love of animals.

The Hamilton-Burlington SPCA will be [Read more]

New Westminster’s mayor issues invitation to Innovation Dinner

February 27, 2017 by  

The mayor of New Westminster and the city’s Chamber of Commerce have partnered to host an evening that will celebrate all that the region has to offer businesses.

Along with Jonathan Coté, who is New Westminster’s mayor, the mayors of Port Coquitlam, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Maple Ridge, Surrey, and Port Moody will also be taking part in the dinner, as will the President & CEO of Health Tech Innovation Foundation: Innovation Boulevard Corp., Dr. Peter Payne.

Part of the function will be dedicated to a panel discussion with the representatives of the different cities, which will be moderated by the former CEO of Discovery Parks Realty Corp., Mr. Mark Betterridge. Swag and other branded corporate gifts can be prepared for an event like this by a local printer.

According to its organizers, the goal for the event will be to shine a spotlight on the cutting edge companies that call the city home, including its rapidly growing high-tech sector, and it’s a part of New Westminster’s Innovation Week celebration. It will be held in the Anvil Center, which is located at 777 Columbia Street, and tickets have been priced at $75 for chamber members and $90 for nonmembers.

The innovation Dinner will be held on March 2 from 6:00 pm until 9:00 pm. Additional details and contact information can be found on the New Westminster Chamber of Commerce’s website.

Leduc children set for a night of fun at the museum

February 27, 2017 by  

Kids from across Leduc will be taking part in an event that will give them a sneak peek at what happens at the Tyrell Museum of Paleontology when the lights go out and the crowds go home.

The facility will be [Read more]

Annual event promotes sustainability

February 26, 2017 by  

The 12th annual Sustainable Pickering Day festival is taking place next month in the city, presented by the City of Pickering and the Pickering Town Center.

This event is an opportunity for [Read more]

Upcoming luncheon honors all women

February 26, 2017 by  

The International Women’s Day luncheon in Coquitlam is taking place next month. It is a presentation of the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce.

The event honors International Women’s Day, which was [Read more]

Semiannual event showcases wide range of arts and crafts

February 25, 2017 by  

The One of a Kind Show and Sale Spring is taking place at the end of next month.

The show, which takes place twice a [Read more]

Local technology firms looking for employees

February 25, 2017 by  

The Discover Technata tech expo and talent hunt job fair is taking place next month in the Greater Ottawa Area, presented by the Kanata North Business Improvement Area (KNBIA).

There are expected to be [Read more]

Reptile Expo set to return to Downsview

February 24, 2017 by  

Those who prefer pets of the exotic variety may wish to mark their calendars for the upcoming Downsview Reptile Expo, where they will have a chance to learn more about these creatures.

The show, which is being hosted by [Read more]

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