In 1963, Albion Hills was the first overnight outdoor education centre in an expanding conservation education program operated by TRCA. Since then, schools, scouts, guides and a wide variety of other community groups have enjoyed the experience of a lifetime while connecting with nature. You’re invited to join TRCA in celebrating “50 Years of Learning and Leadership in Outdoor Education.”
Details are as follows:
Thursday, October 16th
Albion Hills Field Centre, 16500 Hwy 50 (8 km north of Bolton)
This is a free event and no registration is required. Hope you’re able to make it!
SEPTEMBER 27TH – 9:00 am to noon
(Caledon Area Families For Inclusion)
Meeting room – Christ Church
22 Nancy Street, Bolton
For all interested members of the Caledon community, this is a morning of presentation, discussion and decision making on behalf of individuals with intellectual disabilities.
We are pleased to have our MPP Sylvia Jones come at 9:00 am to make a short presentation regarding the special Select Committee Report on services for persons with intellectual disabilities, and to answer your questions. (Please refer to the recent article in the Caledon Citizen Thursday September 4th).
Our ward 5 Regional Councillor Patti Foley, will also be in attendance.
We will also be asking the community for a decision regarding incorporation of our CAFFI group to have official status in the community.
The third agenda item is to discuss the long term goals of the group regarding issues like housing and activities for disabled adults.
There is no cost to attend the event. Volunteers will be available for family members who require supervised activities.
For planning purposes it is important that you respond to this invitation by September 14th.
If you have already been contacted by phone you do not need to answer again.
Please indicate how many individuals will attend to presentation and what supervision is required for family members by responding by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling Patricia at 905-951-0597
Roundabouts, used in many countries for years, are circular intersections whose physical design slows traffic down, improving safety. In addition, because there are no stop lights, wait times and idling are reduced.
The first two 2-lane roundabouts in Peel Region will soon open, right here in Caledon. Located on the BAR (Bolton Arterial Route) which is scheduled to open within a few months, you will see one at King St West and the other at Hwy 50. Click HERE to view a map of the locations.
If you are not familiar with navigating a 2-lane roundabout you will find a very useful and informative video HERE
310Running has announced their 2014 Don Olson Classic, in support of Bethell Hospice Foundation
Saturday, October 4, 2014
Albion Hills Conservation Area
16500 Hwy. 50 Bolton, Ontario
Events & Start Times:
2.5K Trail Run/Walk starts at 10:00 am
5K Trail Run/Walk starts at 11:00 am
Find full details on their website at http://www.310running.com/don-olson-classic/
The Region of Peel is offering residents a two-week Exemption Period for waste collection from Tuesday, September 2 to Friday, September 12. During the Exemption Period, residents may place unlimited quantities of acceptable waste at the curb on their scheduled waste collection day. No garbage tags will be required for this period only.