Halton Hikes: Loops & Lattes
with a Foreword by singer-songwriter and Niagara Escarpment admirer Sarah Harmer
Want to reduce stress, spend time with friends and family, feel healthier and have fun? Then lace up a pair of walking shoes and hit the trails.
Building on the success of Caledon Hikes: Loops & Lattes, Nicola Ross’s latest hiking guide, Halton Hikes: Loops & Lattes, expands into new hiking territory.
Nicola describes 37 routes that will appeal to casual walkers as well as seasoned hikers. Her loops all begin and conveniently end at the same location, so there’s no need to drop a car or to retrace one’s footsteps. Ranging in length from 3.6 to 24.8 kilometres, each is accompanied by a detailed map, precise directions, loads of colour photos and a smattering of local lore.
Halton Hikes features routes in Oakville and Burlington, along the cliffs of the Niagara Escarpment near Campbellville, Milton, Acton, Georgetown and Glen Williams, and into the rural areas just across the border near Eden Mills, Rockwood, Erin, Cheltenham and Terra Cotta. If you live in or visit the Greater Toronto Area and the Golden Horseshoe, Halton Hikes: Loops & Lattes will provide you with days of enjoyment.
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Earth Day is a time to celebrate our home and work to keep it sustainable for future generations. Halton Hills is hosting numerous Earth Day events over the next couple of weeks. You can: spend some time cleaning up your community, purchase and plant a tree for your yard, visit an Earth Day & Sustainability Fair, tour a local green business and more!
For more information on Earth Day events be sure to visit our Events Calendar!
The Georgetown Choral Society will be performing Handel’s famous “Messiah” on Saturday December 2, 2017 at the Georgetown Christian Reformed Church.
The theme of the choir’s Spring of 2018 concert on Saturday, May 5th, will be a retrospective of glorious past coronation anthems in honor of the 65th anniversary of the coronation of HRH Queen Elizabeth II.
The Georgetown Choral Society has delighted audiences with their choral music since 1971.
Currently under the direction of Acting Artistic Director Christopher Dawes, the Choir has approximately 100 members, and performs at a level normally associated with professional groups.
The choir performs a mixed genre of musical works and has performed at such locations as Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto and the Mississauga Arts Centre.
It has also performed in Holland, England and Ireland.
We perform two major concerts per year, and also perform in benefit concerts.
Small groups from the choir are also available to perform at various community events, such as caroling at Christmas time.
To learn more about the choir, or to join as a member or purchase tickets to upcoming concerts, please visit our