Caledon Parks and Recreation skating program launches “Tim Horton Kid Zones”
The generous support of Tim Horton’s in Bolton has helped Caledon’s parks and recreation department provide skate aids to help preschool-age children feel comfortable on the ice. The Bolton donation added 40 skate aids to the town’s inventory.
“Across the country, Tim Horton’s plays a key role in countless community events,” said Brad Stafford, franchise owner. “And, personally, Liz and I are proud to be able to help Caledon’s preschoolers learn this quintessential Canadian sport.”
As well, this partnership with the Bolton Tim Horton’s has made it possible to launch the Tim Horton Kid Zones for young skaters at all of the public skate sessions in the four town arenas. The Kid Zone is a sectioned-off area of the rinks where young skaters can feel comfortable learning skills in an interactive, fun environment.
“As this community continues to grow, and the need for community-based recreational programming rises, partnerships like this become even more valuable,” said Mayor Marolyn Morrison. “We are thankful to Brad and Liz, and Tim Horton’s, for their support and help in meeting a need in our community, and we will continue exploring opportunities to work with our business community in delivering even more services.”
To view the entire public skating schedule, including holiday skate times, visit the town’s website at www.caledon.ca and type “fall public skate” in the search bar. For Learn to Skate programs, view the town’s fall and winter recreation guide by following the “Parks and Recreation” link on the town’s home page.
A message from the Bolton chapter of the Humber Valley Heritage Trail Association
Dear HVHTA Members & Hikers:
We are preparing the HVHTA Calendar for 2015.
We’ve had wonderful photos of the trails gracing the 2014 calendar. It would be great if you would share more photos with us for next year.
Please send the pictures to email@example.com in high resolution .jpg format, don’t use the .raw format. The deadline for submission is November 7th.
Town of Caledon 2014 advanced voter turnout strong to date; More advance voting opportunities to come
In the Town of Caledon, the first two advanced voting opportunities have led to strong voter turnout. Percentages shown below are based on “Count”, or number of eligible voters in the Ward(s). A total of 3.52% of eligible voters have already placed their votes.
Ward Count Votes to date Turnout
1 7,659 335 4.37%
2 8,824 376 4.26%
3 and 4 13,881 471 3.39%
5 16,096 452 2.81%
Total 46,460 1634 3.52%
This represents an increase over 2010, when after two advanced voting opportunities, 1320 or 2.89% of voters had placed ballots, and over 2006 numbers when just 376 people voted in the first two advanced polls.
Advanced voting opportunities are excellent for citizens who wish to avoid the Election Day “rush”. All advanced voting locations are equipped with accessible voting methods. Two more advanced opportunities taking place before Election Day:
Thursday, October 23, 2014 from 12:00 p.m. (noon) to 8:00 p.m.
Friday, October 24, 2014 from 12:00 p.m. (noon) to 8:00 p.m.
Visit www.caledon.ca/election for full advanced location listings by Ward, plus Election Day (October 27, 2014) information.
Voters are reminded to bring identification and voter cards. Residents may vote without a voter card, but must present identification showing name and qualifying address in the Town of Caledon.
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Saturday Nov 1, 2014
4:30 – 7 PM
Bolton United Church
(8 Nancy St, across from Post Office)
Adults $15 / Children 6-12 $10
Children under 6 free!
Take-out meals available
For more info call 905-857-2615
A message from the Osler Foundation…..
We’ll sell you the whole seat but you’ll only need the edge!
TOM COCHRANE with RED RIDER & CHANTAL KREVIAZUK Benefit Concert
William Osler Health System Foundation is pleased to present this autumn’s most exciting gala event happening on Saturday, November 22. For $250 a ticket, be sure to reserve your seat at what will be a full house at The Rose Theatre.
Kick off the evening with gourmet hors d’oeuvres along with wine, and the ambience brought by friends, colleagues and Osler’s most influential supporters. An exceptional silent auction awaits for your further enjoyment. Then settle in to enjoy the Juno award-winning performances of Tom Cochrane and Chantal Kreviazuk.
The gala benefit concert will raise funds for redevelopment at Peel Memorial and Etobicoke General as well as the latest technology and equipment for Brampton Civic Hospital.
Don’t wait: tell a friend, bring a friend and book your tickets to this black-tie optional event, by calling the ticket hotline at
(905) 494-6556 or email email@example.com. Reserved seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.
TRCA has informed us that they have had to cancel this workshop.
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Albion Bolton Community Centre (150 Queen St S, Bolton)
What is a rain garden? How does a rain barrel work? Should I install a permeable patio? Learn about the newest trends in residential landscaping and how to use them to add pizzazz to your property.
Region of Peel staff will also be available with information about the NEW Downspout Disconnection Rebate Program.