It's Canada's 150th birthday and the Halton Hills Chamber of Commerce is challenging the residents and businesses of Halton Hills to show their national pride by flying the Canadian flag on July 1.
Imagine flags flying on porches, lawns, garages, parks, business and farm mailboxes - anywhere they can be seen from the street! It will be historic!
To learn more, and to sign up for our mailing list, visit our website.
The Georgetown Skating Club would like to celebrate Canada's 150th Birthday with this Ice Skating Event, themed “Oh! Canada 150: From Coast to Côte! Together, we CanSkate for another 150 years.”
We invited other organizations (Twisters, Hurricanes, Raiders, Milton Speed Skating Club, Georgetown Choral Society, Halton Hills Museum) to participate in this event.
The entire community could benefit from this event, from youth to grand-parents, between friends or with family. The main target will be families wanting to discover a new sport, enjoy and learn from an interactive ice skating show featuring professionally choreographed numbers as well as participate in the free skating/coaching sessions. This event will bring a Canadian community together around a wellness winter activity to celebrate how a typically Canadian activity (ice skating) has and continue to bring us together.
Tickets: Adults: 10$, Seniors/Children<14: 5$, <2yo: free
For more information, please visit their website .
To celebrate Canada's 150th birthday, the Georgetown Choral Society is hosting a special concert. Canada-150 Eh?! is a celebration of 150 years of Canadian music. The concert takes place on Saturday, May 6th at 7 PM at the Georgetown Christian Reformed Church. Adult tickets are $20 and can be purchased on their website .
The Georgetown Choral Society has delighted audiences with their music since 1971.
Under the direction of A. Dale Wood, the Choir has approximately 100 members, and performs at a level normally associated with professional groups. The choir performs a mixed genre of musical works and has performed at such locations as Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto. We have also performed in Holland, England and Ireland.
We perform two major concerts per year, usually repeated on two consecutive evenings. We also participate every year in Remembrance services in November as well as perform in benefit concerts.
Small groups from the choir are also available to perform at various community events, particularly caroling at Christmas time.
To learn more about the choir, or to purchase tickets to our upcoming concerts, please visit our our website.
Annual festival celebrating Canada's Birthday. There is a parade at 12:00 led by a pipe band, many activities in the Glen Williams Ball Park, all free to the public and the day ends with a Duck Race down the Credit at 4:00pm
This year we will be featuring several new items, with a ball game between the trappers and the voyagers, a bubble tent, and other fun activities. There will be an array of craft and local vendors Thee will also be a good selection of food and drinks (non alcoholic) on sale.
Come and visit our lovely hamlet, and enjoy a wonderful day in a beautiful setting.
Join us Saturday July 1, 2017 at 6:00pm in Acton's Prospect park, for free live music, family entertainment, a BBQ in support of local charities and more! End the evening by enjoying an incredible Fireworks display courtesy of the Acton Firefighters Association.