This weekend at the Milton Fairgrounds is the 34th Annual Strawberry Festival in support of the Milton District Hospital Auxillary
Great food as far as the eye can see and yes….STRAWBERRIES!
It will be fun for the whole family. I will be there at the opening on behalf of Mayor Krantz to kick the festival off in style. I look forward to seeing you there.
Its that time of year again folks. The best combination is summer time and strawberries.
On June 23rd will be the 32nd annual Strawberry Fair at the Milton Fairgrounds in support of the Milton District Hospital Auxiliary. For more details you can visit this page. Thousands of people attend every year for some strawberries and ice cream as well as sample from vendors across the region.
Fun for the whole family – bouncy castles, games, prizes, baking, vendors marketplace, rides, entertainment, strawberries, ice-cream, shortcake and daiquiris all day!
Strawberry pancake breakfast by The Optimist Club of Milton
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to experience one of Milton’s great traditions and make sure you attend this years Strawberry Fair in support of the Milton District Hospital.
Its that time of year again. This Saturday June 25th at the Milton Fairgrounds marks the return of the STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL!
All proceeds go to support the Milton District Hospital Auxillary. Fun and games for kids as well as…well you know…STRAWBERRIES!
Everything starts at 8am! See you there.
What a weekend for weather in town! This past weekend has been quite interesting when it comes to rain/cloud/sun/storm repeat…
This weekend in particular was quite busy as we were getting our AC unit installed (finally after 5 years of sweating in the summertime), getting Anthony to his swimming lessons, going to the Milton Strawberry Festival and then going for team pictures for Milton Magic.
The Strawberry Festival in Milton is a must attend happening that we almost missed. The weather wasnt as outstanding as it was in the past but I noted to a few people who saw me walking around the fairgrounds with my umbrella (unopened of course) that as soon as I took it out of the car, the sun came out. So for that it was good luck. There were so many vendors this year, it was hard to see them all with the limited amount of time we had.
Albert Casson was there again this year and I wished I had some time to drop by because it looked like he had some new work there to show. You might remember Albert as one of the initial inductees in Milton’s Walk of Fame last year (wow, has it been a YEAR already…time does fly)
You can check out some of his work on his official website.
Next week is Canada Day weekend…again a MUST attend for ALL Miltonians as our celebrations are the best in the GTA. Lots of things happening this year so check out www.miltoncanadaday.ca for the details.