Headliners - June 18, 2015

CUISINE-ART OFFERS VARIETY AT ALTON MILL
There was a wide variety of food, drink and art in evidence all weekend at Alton Mill Arts Centre with the Cuisine-Art Festival. The event included a still-life paint-off Saturday. The artists working on their creations were Wendy McLeod, Max Grunin, Ann Randaraad, Lynda Clare-Grant, Paul Morin and Jacklyn Hancock.

Cuisine-Art brings hungry and thirsty art lovers to Alton Mill over weekend

Three days of fun planned by CPCC

Caledon Parent-Child Centre (CPCC) is planning three Thursdays of outdoor fun at Dennison Park in SouuthFields Village. They will be June 11, 18 and 25 from ...

Caledon still standing against facilitation

By Bill Rea Caledon councillors are sticking to their guns, and that was good news to just about everyone who attended Tuesday night’s meeting. Councillors ...

Town hall meeting deals with traffic and other issues

By Bill Rea Traffic issues are on the minds of people in Bolton these days, and the roughly 30 of them who were on hand ...

SBEC to hold session on how to market a brand for success

Are you looking for successful ways to brand and market your small business? Caledon Small Business Enterprise Centre (SBEC) at Caledon Community Services will be ...

Community Events

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24 TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter #ON1381 meets every Wednesday from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., at the Friendship Room of Knox United ...

Sports

Brewers find their groove in win over Martingrove

By Jake Courtepatte After more than a month of woes at the plate, the Bolton Brewers offence has got its groove back. The AAA baseball ...

Bandits defence breaks down against Halton Hills

By Jake Courtepatte The ship is sinking fast for the Caledon Bandits Junior C lacrosse club, as they round out the final month of the ...

Sports DQ Athletes of the Week — June 11, 2015

Double nights of action in the IBHL

The Inglewood Ball Hockey League saw two nights of action last week, and that gave George’s Arena Sports two chances to stretch their lead in ...

Get ready to Ride Don’t Hide for mental health

The Canadian Mental Health Association Peel Branch (CMHA Peel) is calling all cyclists and non-cyclists alike to join the Ride Don’t Hide movement that’s sweeping ...

Dodgers rally comes up just short against Creemore

By Jake Courtepatte Following a pair of shutout victories at the end of last month, June hasn’t been too good to the Bolton Dodgers AA ...

Sports DQ Athletes of the Week — June 11, 2015

Ainsley Vince wins Grand Prix event in Palgrave

By Bill Rea A layoff from competition doesn’t necessarily have to mean a long time to get back into it. Ainsley Vince of Burlington proved ...

Orangeville athlete finishes third in provincial pentathlon

Orangeville’s Christopher Rudolph managed a third-place finish in the Senior Men’s Championship at the Ontario Modern Pentathlon Championships, held recently in Fergus and Moffat. Athletes ...

Big bats carry Bolton Dodgers to blowout win

By Jake Courtepatte The old adage “defence wins games” has been ringing true for the Bolton Dodgers AA men’s team, who went 13 shutout innings ...

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Summer fun and learning at CPCC

Come in from the heat for some summer fun and learning at the Caledon Parent-Child Centre (CPCC) at various locations in Bolton and Caledon, beginning ...

FINAL CHAMBER CONCERT OF SEASON

Teen Ranch’s roots traced to late 1950s

By Tabitha Wells If there’s any local organization that could be deemed a complete underdog story, it would be Teen Ranch Canada. The non-profit facility, ...

The Torch for the upcoming Pan Am Games got a grand tour of Caledon Saturday. The tour started in the morning at Caledon Pan Am Equestrian Park in Palgrave, where the show jumping and dressage events will be held at the Games. Olympic Dressage rider Jacqueline Brooks handed off the flame to Olympic show jumper Beth Underhill of Schomberg. 
Photo by Bill Rea

Pan Am Torch comes to Caledon Day

By Jake Courtepatte With the Pan Am Games just a few weeks away, the celebratory Torch has been making its way across Canada on an ...

Caledon’s councillors walk out of meeting

By Bill Rea When faced with the imminent loss of authority over land use planning near Bolton, Caledon’s representatives on Peel Regional council did about ...

Parking banned near the Badlands

By Bill Rea It is now against the law to park on Olde Base Line Road near the Cheltenham Badlands. Peel Regional council last week ...

The weather was great and the crowd large and enthused Saturday for the annual Caledon Day celebrations at the Town Hall campus in Caledon East. The day saw lots of opportunities for creativity, including at the Home Depot tent. Members of the platform party were asked to express their enthusiasm for the coming Pan Am Games, and they obliged. They included Monique Giroux, vice-president of sponsorship with CIBC; Councillors Jennifer Innis, Johanna Downey and Gord McClure; Marco Cesarone of Zehrs in Bolton; Councillors Rob Mezzapelli and Nick deBoer; Dufferin-Caledon MP David Tilson; Councillors Annette Groves and Barb Shaughnessy; Pan Am Games Chair David Peterson; Mayor Allan Thompson; Stuart Walker, vice-president of gaming operations of Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation; and Dufferin-Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones.
Photos by Bill Rea

Community out for annual Caledon Day festivities

Historical society will visit dairy farm

Come out to the Castle Dale Farms June 24 and join hosts from Caledon East and District Historical Society along with Nick deBoer and Dan ...

The weather could have been a lot better, but there was still lots of fun over the weekend for the 155th edition of Caledon Fair. Things looked a little ominous early Saturday, but they improved to provide a bright, sunny day. Dr. Rex Crawford of Orangeville was judging the Cattle Show Sunday, and watched Peewee Showmanship competitor Jessie McClellan, 9, of Alton. The member of Erin 4-H was showing Aster, a charolais limousin.

Rain was unable to dampen Caledon Fair

Cuisine-Art goes this weekend at Alton Mill

Discover the region’s best food, drink and creativity at this year’s Cuisine-Art Festival at Alton Mill Arts Centre. Join local chefs, Alton Mill studio artists ...

Strike Poll

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