- 4:00-5:00pm Tue Apr 22nd at the Alton branch of Burlington Public Library
- Bring a toy, book or game to swap with someone else. Then listen to a fun puppet show about how we can keep our earth looking green! Ages 5 and up. Drop-in.
The on-line input form is only taking responses until May 4th.
Free Information Session – The Registered Disability Savings Plan
The Government of Canada is providing funding to help people with disabilities obtain jobs. The Government of Canada has hired Path Employment Services to generate jobs for those with disabilities. PATH is a non-profit organization that has been helping people find their way to work since 1972. They emphasize abilities rather than disabilities and understand work as the foundation for self-esteem, dignity and independence. Continue reading
Burlington’s Alton Campus Project receives an Excellence in Design award from Parks and Recreation Ontario
The Alton Campus Project (including Dr Frank J Hayden SS, Alton Branch Library, the Haber Community Centre and Norton Park across the street) was named an Award of Excellence winner in the Design Award category by Parks and Recreation Ontario (PRO). This project has been the result of a unique partnership between the Halton District School Board and the City of Burlington. The site is located at the corner of Dundas Street and Tim Dobbie Drive in north Burlington.
Last month, local dignitaries toured the facility. To see what they had to say about Burlington’s newest library, high school and recreation centre watch this YouTube video: http://youtu.be/XbDXwNlk6b0
- WHAT: Community open house event will include welcoming remarks from Dr. Frank J. Hayden, a special video presentation and live demonstrations by high school students and sports groups.
- WHEN: 1-3pm Sat Nov 23rd 2013
- WHERE: 3040 Tim Dobbie Dr., Burlington (north of Dundas Street, across from Norton Park) Continue reading
cms.burlington.ca | June 11, 2013
The new recreation centre in the Alton community will be named the Haber Recreation Centre. The decision was made at Burlington’s City Council meeting on June 10 and follows the naming announcements for the high school and library branch earlier this spring. Continue reading