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Check out Milton Transitional Housing at Milton’s hottest summer events!

Be sure to stop by and check out the community booth for Milton Transitional Housing at some of Milton’s hottest summer events!

Come to say hi to our hardworking volunteers at tomorrow’s  11th annual Downtown Milton Street Festival.

Visit our booth at the west end of Main Street for some free tattoos for the kids (and for the adults too if they ask nicely)

Downtown Milton Street Festival

The Downtown Milton Street Festival runs from noon to 11 pm and Main Street through downtown Milton will be closed from 5 am to allow for set up. This amazing community event is free to enjoy with a wide variety of community booths to browse, children’s activities and entertainment on three stages and one performance area. Milton Transit is free for the day for those traveling to the festival, and there will be a wide variety of vendors and food options for those looking to buy lunch or dinner.

You can find out more about the bus or entertainment schedules here

I hope you stop by to say hi to our volunteers, sport a new temporary tattoo (we have superheroes, butterflies and more!) and find out more about the great work that MTH is doing in the community.

After the street festival – be sure to stop and say hello to us this summer at the Milton Farmer’s Market – we will have a booth in front of Knox Church on July 15 and August 26th

Interested in being part of the work we do – ask about our volunteer opportunities and our ambassador program!

Have a great weekend and enjoy the sunshine and the festival!

Donna

 

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7th Empty Bowls seeks home for 900th bowl

On a cool April day in 2011, we launched our transitional housing solution in Milton. Fast forward to 2017 and we invite you to our 7th annual Empty Bowls event.

On Sunday, April 23rd we anticipate selling our 900th bowl since 2011. The organisation has built up around that embryonic foray.  We now have 9 graduates from the MTH program. The Milton community has rallied around to volunteer and support our 9 units.

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