Community Messages

Sunday, June 4
10:00 AM

The "D" in 23

10:00 AM — 04:00 PM

Country Heritage Park, along with members of three Ontario John Deere collector clubs, will celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the John Deere model “D” tractor. On May 23,1923 the very first John Deere model “D” tractor rolled off the line and production continued for an astounding 30 years, the longest ever of any tractor model from any company. Approximately 160,000 model “D” tractors were built and sold to farmers all over the world. To celebrate this special occasion, John Deere enthusiasts have organized an event scheduled for June 3rd & 4th at Country Heritage Park in Milton, ON to showcase the history and evolution of the model “D” tractor. Tractor collectors from across Canada and the United States will descend on Milton to exhibit, demonstrate and educate visitors on all there is to learn about the history and development of the model “D” tractor.

Monday, June 5
All day

65,000 Tree Challenge - The Challenge is On!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

65,000 TREE CHALLENGE – THE CHALLENGE IS ON! It’s spring, which is a great time to plant a tree! Every tree planted in Halton Hills goes towards the community’s 65,000 Tree Challenge.  Two years ago, Trees for Halton Hills challenged the community to plant 65,000 trees within 5 years. One for every resident of Halton Hills.  “While several thousand trees have been planted, we have a long way to go”, explained Corrina McAloon, Project Coordinator with Trees for Halton Hills. “To meet the 65,000 Tree Challenge, we need every person in Town to find a place to plant a tree. Plant one in your yard, at your school, your place of worship, or at your workplace. If you have a good look at all those places in the community, you’ll see that there are lots of spots a tree could be planted.” After you plant a tree, you should register it at so that it’s counted towards meeting the 65,000 Tree Challenge. It’s easy to do. “There are so many good reasons to plant a tree” said Dr. Don Trant, the Chair of the Board of Trees for Halton Hills. “A tree beautifies your property and increases its value. Trees also play an important role in combating climate change, providing shade and improving air quality. Trees even help to improve our mental health. And when you plant native species trees, you are helping the birds and the bees and all the other wildlife to thrive.” Trees for Halton Hills is a local non-profit group that was established in 2020 with the objective of encouraging the community to plant trees and meet the 65,0000 Tree Challenge. Since its inception, it has led many community tree planting projects on public lands and also established a small Arboretum at Joseph Gibbons Park off Delrex Blvd. All are welcome to volunteer with Trees for Halton Hills. Go to Be sure to get your $30.00 gift voucher from the Town towards the purchase of a tree!  

Location/Venue Name
Halton Hills

  • Throughout Halton Hills, Halton Hills, L7G4N9
Tuesday, June 6
06:30 PM

Building Strong Organizations in Halton Hills workshop

06:30 PM — 08:30 PM

Volunteer Halton and The Town of Halton Hills are pleased to present another Building Strong Organizations in Halton Hills workshop on Tuesday June 6, 2023 at 6:30pm.Delivered via ZOOM, this workshop focuses on orientation, training, and supervising volunteers. Orientation, Training and Supervision of Volunteers What are the core components you should be training your volunteers on? What policies and legislation should volunteers know? We will keep it practical in this workshop by arming you with the tools on the who, what and how of orientation and training.  Be the Leader your Volunteers need!  We will discuss leadership styles and the best ways to provide the best volunteer experience for your volunteers. The workshop will cover core concepts around the structures and supports needed to offer meaningful and impactful opportunities and experiences.  When:                 Tuesday June 6, 2023 -  6:30pm – 8:30pm Format:               Via ZOOM  Fee:                      $35 + tax Register at: Volunteer Supervision ( ZOOM link will be sent out morning of the event.  If multiple people from your organization wish to participate, you may register ONE individual for $35 and share the ZOOM link with your team.

Location/Venue Name

  • Via Zoom, Online - Town of Halton Hills, Online
Sunday, June 11
03:00 PM

Milton Musical Prodigy Johann Derecho Concert At St. Paul's United Church

03:00 PM — 04:00 PM

Milton child musical prodigy Johann Derecho will play the piano at a concert in his honour at St. Paul's United Church on Sunday June 11, 2023, at 3 p.m. Johann will be assisted by double bassist Troy Morris. Both musicians are currently students at the Glenn Gould School of Music in Toronto. There is no set admission fee but the event is a free will concert. For further information, please call (416) 918-4472 or email  

Location/Venue Name
St. Paul's United Church

  • 123 Main Street East, Milton, L9T1N6
Tuesday, June 13
11:15 AM

34th Annual Golf Tournament

11:15 AM — 06:00 PM

Hosted by Milton Chamber of Commerce Tuesday, June 13, 2023 at Granite Ridge Golf Club The Chamber's 34th Annual Golf Tournament is your chance to work from the course for the day. Bringing together Milton's business leaders, the tournament is a great opportunity to network while enjoying a fun day of golf. Golfers will enjoy a BBQ lunch before heading to their golf cart for an afternoon on the links. Following play, there will be a networking reception including an informal dinner and the presentation of golf prizes. Scramble format includes golf, power cart, lockers, BBQ lunch, dinner reception, and a gift for every golfer.

Saturday, June 24
08:00 AM

Strawberry Fair

Saturday, June 24 to Sunday, June 25
08:00 AM — 04:00 AM

The 41st Annual Strawberry Fair takes place at the Milton Fairgrounds on Saturday, June 24, 2023 from 8 am to 4 pm. We will kick off the day at 8 am with a Strawberry Pancake Breakfast for just $5 per person generously served and supported by the Optimist Club of Milton. All Day Activities include: Strawberry Tent - Fresh Strawberries, Cake, Ice Cream and Strawberry Slushies (this portion generously supported by the Milton District Hospital Foundation) Children's Play Area - Fish Pond, Sand Pile, Bracelet Making (while supplies last), Henna (while supplies last), Magic by Tyler Fergus (show time to be confirmed), and Pay to Play Bouncy Castles - Teddy Bear Adoption Tent - Ice Cream Truck and Milton Fire Truck Entertainment Stage - live local entertainment from bands, to singers, to dancers and demonstrations New Car Showcase - speak to representatives and see the new cars available for purchase in Milton Vendor Marketplace - more than 20 vendors from handmade items to services available (we had 40 vendors in 2022) White Elephant Sale - peruse gently used items for sale  Water / Beverage Stations - $1 per drink ** Card Game - Winner Every Time - this game is hugely popular and sold out by mid-morning typically ** All proceeds support Milton District Hospital. This event is planned, organized and executed by Milton District Hospital Auxiliary volunteers.                   

Location/Venue Name
Milton Fairgrounds

  • 136 Robert Street, Milton, L9T 1G9
Saturday, July 1
02:00 PM

Milton Canada Day Celebration

02:00 PM — 09:00 PM

Celebrate Canada Day at the Milton Fairgrounds!  This free event takes place on July 1, 2023. Gates open at 2pm and the fun continues all day long.  The day ends with fireworks at dusk.  There's a variety of live entertainment, a children play zone, food vendors, small midway and beer tent.   For more information:    136 Robert St., Milton, ON

Location/Venue Name
Milton Fairgrounds

  • 136 Robert St., Milton, L9T 1G9