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Learn about native gardens or sit by a bonfire at unique weekend events in Milton | inHalton

Learn about native gardens or sit by a bonfire at unique weekend events in Milton | inHalton


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Published July 22, 2022 at 3:08 pm

A couple of unique events are happening in Milton this weekend.

Tonight, July 22, at 9 p.m. a giant bonfire is being held at Chudleigh’s Entertainment Farm, 9528 Regional Road 25 in Milton.

Participants are invited to sit back and sip cider with friends and neighbours. Enjoy a taste of cottage life, listen to live music and bask under the night sky.

For more information on the event or to register, visit here.

A Backyard Pollinator Garden Tour is being held tomorrow (Saturday, July 23) from 2 to 4 p.m.

Led by Margaret and John Beaudette, participants will learn how to build a garden with plants native to southern Ontario.

The free tour is being held at 11255 Guelph Lin in Campbellville. To register, visit the website.


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Funding for Love My Neighbourhood events in Burlington now available | inHalton

Funding for Love My Neighbourhood events in Burlington now available | inHalton

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Published April 5, 2022 at 12:07 pm

Burlington groups or residents can apply for up to $500 in grants to hold a community event.

The City of Burlington’s Love My Neighbourhood grant program will recognize events that promotes connections, strengthens relationships and builds support systems for neighbourhoods.

Community members can plan a one-time or weekly event. The events must be free and inclusive to the entire local community.

“Now, more than ever, we need to build our sense of community and connections with our neighbours,” said Chris Glenn, the city’s director of Recreation, Community and Culture.

“This program is designed to help remove some barriers and build stronger connections between neighbours and communities by putting people together and having fun.”

The Love My Neighbourhood program will also work with the applicants for road closure permits, park permits, indoor facility rentals and insurance.

To apply for a grant and to learn about what is eligible for funding, visit the city website.


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Town of Milton to host community clean-up events this spring | inHalton

Town of Milton to host community clean-up events this spring | inHalton

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Published March 31, 2022 at 10:00 am

The Town of Milton recently announced that they will be hosting community clean-up events this spring.

In an effort to keep the community clean, residents are invited to participate in one of the Town’s annual neighbourhood clean-up days.

While no exact dates have been selected yet, the Town is reminding residents to do their part to keep the community clean in the meantime.

“We need all of our residents to help reduce the amount of litter in #MiltonON,” said the Town of Milton on Twitter.

The Town is reminding residents to dispose of garbage properly, secure waste on pick-up days and reduce, reuse and recycle.

Other actions residents can take to help reduce litter in Milton include using a litter bag in vehicles, using returnable or reusable drink containers and informing others about the negative aspects of littering.

The Town is also reminding residents not to put waste materials on Town or private property without the permission of the property owner as it is considered illegal dumping.

For more information on ways to keep the community clean and for updates on the upcoming community clean-up days, click here.


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