Headliners - Jan. 18, 2018

FAT BIKES WERE RACING AT ALBION HILLS

 

Frank Adriano Trio to perform next week at CrossCurrents

The Frank Adriano Trio, featuring Tausha Hanna, will return once again to the stage at CrossCurrents Cafe next Friday (Jan. 26). Expect some great standards ...

Flames, food and fine art coming to Alton Mill

It will be a chance to rekindle a love of Canadian winter traditions and the great outdoors at the Alton Mill Arts Centre’s ninth annual ...

Councillors vote to open door at Service Caledon

By Bill Rea The door could soon be opening up at Town Hall. Caledon councillors, sitting in committee Tuesday, accepted a motion from Councillor Barb ...

Session on 427 expansion

LINK427 will be providing an update regarding the Highway 427 expansion project. The first public information centre (PIC) for the Highway 427 Expansion will take ...

January sale at Bell Tower Boutique

The Bell Tower Boutique at St. James’ Church in Caledon East is having a half-price sale until the end of January. They are pricing everything ...

The Foursome bond in latest play at Blackhorse Theatre

By Anne Ritchie Blackhorse Village Players tees off to success with their current production of Norm Foster’s The Foursome. Stories told by four talented men ...

Jim Tovey — Mississauga councillor mourned

By Bill Rea An emotional Mayor Allan Thompson opened Tuesday’s committee of Town Council meeting with the sad news of the death of Mississauga Councillor ...

Region will be collecting Christmas trees

During the weeks of Jan. 8 and 15, Peel Region will collect Christmas trees at the curb on regular recycling collection days. To set out ...

Community Events

THURSDAY, JANUARY 18 “Has your life been affected by someone else’s drinking? Al-Anon Family Group is for you.” The Bolton group meets Thursdays at 8:30 ...

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CELEBRATING CHRISTIAN UNITY

Tickets available for FTP fundraiser

Tickets are available for Family Transition Place’s popular International Women’s Day Celebration Luncheon Fundraiser. It will be March 8 at the Best Western PLUS Orangeville ...

Herb Campbell student has some advice for Thompson

By Bill Rea Tanush Sharma has some ideas on how the Town of Caledon should be run, and it’s clear Mayor Allan Thompson is paying ...

Peel enters new funding arrangement with Habitat for Humanity

By Bill Rea Habitat for Humanity is helping to change a lot of lives, and Peel Region is doing its bit to help out. Regional ...

Bolton resident wins a million in Lotto Max

Anthony Evangelista of Bolton has been buying lottery tickets for about 11 years, and things really paid off for him late last month. The Dec. ...

Winterfest returns to Mayfield Complex

PAMA kicks-off an exciting new year

Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) is excited to usher in a new year, connecting Region of Peel residents with arts and culture. As ...

Town celebrates grants to refurbish centre

By Bill Rea A lot of work has gone into refurbishing Mayfield Recreation Centre, and the Town is celebrating it. The ribbon was cut Sunday ...

New procedures at Town Hall

By Bill Rea At first glance, one might think things have been tightened down at Caledon Town Hall for some reason, possibly security. But municipal ...

Fire department warns be careful in the cold of winter

Caledon Fire and Emergency Services is urging everyone to keep safety in mind as the temperatures turn colder, and to ensure that they are wearing ...

Sports

Golden Hawks looking strong heading to post-season

By Jake Courtepatte As the winners of four of their last five games, the Caledon Golden Hawks are poised to make a splash in this ...

DQ Athletes of the Week — Jan. 18, 2018

Hawks victorious at International Silver Stick

By Jake Courtepatte The Caledon Hawks minor peewee AA Hawks are entering the OMHA playdowns on fire, after winning the prestigious International Silver Stick competition ...

Yale opens a lead in the senior hockey standings

Yale Industrial Trucks closed out 2017 by taking the lead in the Caledon Senior Hockey League standings, and opened 2018 by adding to it. Yale ...

King’s bantam curlers exude potential and excitement

By Shellee Morning King Curling Club “We all have a lot of fun together as a team and really like curling together” said Kayla Emmerton ...

A bitter cold bonus: ice fishing has started at Island Lake

By Todd Taylor The record-breaking cold that has lingered in this part of Canada since well before Christmas finally produced a bonus for area residents. ...

Golden Hawks soar past Schomberg, Alliston

By Jake Courtepatte As the Provincial Junior Hockey League season winds down, the Caledon Golden Hawks have proven they are capable of playing well into ...

DQ Athletes of the Week — Jan. 11, 2018

Yale Trucks starts ‘18 in first

Rutherford Global Logistics displayed a balanced attack Dec. 18 to down Fines Ford Lincoln 4-2 to close out 2017 in Caledon Senior Hockey League play. ...

Wild-west shoot out style in Sunday Night Hockey League

The last night of action before the holidays in the Sunday Night Hockey League saw plenty of goals and two tied games. After all 37 ...

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