There are a number of things going on in Milton to say the least.
First off is the Time is NOW Grow Milton Hospital Rally slated for April 16th at 10 AM in Victoria Park (right beside Milton Town Hall) and the effort to collect as many signatures as possible on a pettion to strongly urge the provincial government to approve the expansion of Milton District Hospital.
You will see a number of people around town in the malls and on the streets working hard to collect signatures on the petition. Please sign the petition and take one of our lawn signs to help raise awareness of the rally (its actually quite a cool looking sign too) and help Milton be unified in its voice at Queens Park.
More information on the rally can be found at www.growmiltonhospital.com including our Facebook pages, follow us on Twitter and request YOUR sign as well.
The day before the rally on the 16th is Milton Makeover Day 2011. On Friday April 15th at 9AM our Ward 6 team (which seems to grow every day) will meet at McDuffe Park (4th Line/Clark Blvd) and do our part to help keep Milton clean. Depending on how many people we get that day we will work on McDuffe Park and hopefully down towards Louis St Laurent between 4th Line and Thompson Road. Despite the construction of the new school, there is still a lot of work to be done to keep this area clean as well.
For more information on our Milton Makeover Day for Ward 6 email email@example.com and she will get you signed up.
In June of course we have the Downtown Street Festival June 4th which includes the second annual TIGERFEST wrestling event and more activities than I can post here. You can go here for more information on becoming a vendor, a volunteer or see what you’ll be missing if you DONT go.
Taking a deep breath here…
Finally on June 11th there is going to be a concert at the Milton Fairgrounds for Milton Rocks 2011 which is a benefit to raise money for Milton District Hospital. www.miltonrocks.com
So as you can see there is no shortage of events and opportunities for you to get involved in your community, help out and even have a ton of fun!