Headliners - September 20, 2018

Good news for Badlands as tourist spot open again

Written By SCOTT TAYLOR The Cheltenham Badlands will re-open to visitors Saturday (Sept. 22). The popular tourist attraction was closed in 2015 for its own protection due to overwhelming demand by people drawn to the red clay and rolling, rugged ...

Olympic champ to hold equestrian master class in Caledon

Written By SCOTT TAYLOR The countdown is on. Just over a month remains until three-time Olympic gold medallist and world record holder Charlotte Dujardin returns ...

Tour de Headwaters raises more than $50,000

Written By KIRA WRONSKA DORWARD You don’t need to go to France to experience the comradery of cycling for a cause. Headwaters Hospital’s Tour de ...

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Heather and Melissa en plein air

Written By CONSTANCE SCRAFIELD As artist and art teacher, Melissa Mary Jenkins said, “Whenever I hear a person say, ‘I wish I was an artist,’ ...

Decision 2018: Your Ward 3 & 4 candidates speak

Written By SCOTT TAYLOR This week, we continue our series on getting to know the men and women who are running to be your area ...

CCS feeds information to 100

Written By KIRA WRONSKA DORWARD On the evening of Sept. 13, 25 of the 27 regional election candidates got their donations on for Caledon Community ...

Bonus Bolton Fall Fair listings

Thursday, September 20 6:00-9:00pm Placing of Exhibits in Halls Presidents Bldg, Arena 6:00-10:00pmMidway TOONIE Night Friday, September 21 8:30-11:30am Placing of Exibits in Halls Presidents ...

Billie beats Bobby, Lennon leaves Beatles on this day

Written By SCOTT TAYLOR 1973 — Billie Jean King beats Bobby Riggs in The Battle of the Sexes tennis match at the Houston Astrodome. The ...

Chamber series opens strong with string duo Fire & Grace

Written By CITIZEN STAFF Caledon Chamber Concerts opens it 2018-2019 season on Saturday, October 20 with the duo Fire & Grace. Fire & Grace is ...

Your full 2018 Bolton Fall Fair schedule of events

Thursday, September 20 6:00-9:00pm Placing of Exhibits in Halls Presidents Bldg, Arena 6:00-10:00pmMidway TOONIE Night Friday, September 21 8:30-11:30am Placing of Exibits in Halls Presidents ...

After 160 years, Bolton Fall Fair still drawing big crowds

Written By SCOTT TAYLOR It’s 160 years old, yet young and fun and full of life as ever. The Bolton Fall Fair will be rolling ...

Kurtz and Lawbreakers in Alton

Written By CONSTANCE SCRAFIELD Larry Kurtz and his band, The Lawbreakers, are back to the Alton Mill Arts Centre for the county- and -country wide ...

Michael Moore regales party goers with stories from the front

Written By CONSTANCE SCRAFIELD Some asked: “Who do you think wrote that anonymous letter to the New York Times?”and Michael Moore answered, “I think it ...

Sports

Golden Hawks a hit at home

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The puck has been dropped on another Provincial Junior Hockey League season, and the Caledon Golden Hawks are off on the ...

Golden Hawks back on the ice

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The Caledon Golden Hawks drop the puck on the franchise’s ninth season this weekend. The junior C club opens the Provincial ...

Nouisser slams way to title

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE At the age of 75, Gisela Nouisser continues to add to her tennis trophy case. The Nobleton resident returned home from ...

Bolton tied with Ivy in North Dufferin championship series

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE Teams are all square following the first weekend of the North Dufferin Baseball League championship series. The Bolton Brewers and Ivy ...

Lamaze and Kid off to Worlds

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE Schomberg’s Eric Lamaze will headline the Canadian squad when he makes his seventh consecutive national appearance at the World Equestrian Games ...

Caledon soccer well represented at Ontario Cup finals

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The Caledon Soccer Club has double the chance to bring home an Ontario Cup than the club has ever had before. ...

Brew crew slugs their way back into Strother Cup

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE For the second straight season, the Bolton Brewers will vie for the Strother Cup as the champions of the North Dufferin ...

Osprey earns PGA honour

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The trifecta of courses at Osprey Valley has hit a prestige level yet unseen in Canadian golf circles. The 54-hole facility ...

Bolton Brewers meet their match

Written by Jake Courtepatte The Bolton Brewers may have finally found their match. The AA club fell to the New Lowell Knights 3 – 2 ...

Caledon’s Routliffe on top down under

Tess Routliffe showed off her wide range of talents in the pool in the Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships earlier this month in Cairns, Australia. ...

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