Christmas In Campbellville

The recent blast of winter weather has gotten us in the holiday spirit! Please join us at one of these upcoming events:

 

Breakfast Fun With Santa: Sunday December 16th, 9-11am, Woodbine Mohawk Park (9430 Guelph Line, Campbellville)
Campbellville Community Association in partnership with Woodbine Mohawk Park and Famiizuu would like to invite you and your family for a buffet breakfast with Santa!
The Nassagaweya area has many farms and small businesses that do not get the benefit of a kids Christmas party. We would like to invite you to join us in celebrating! Everyone welcome!

What’s included in the price of your ticket: buffet breakfast (pancakes, bacon, eggs, sausage, pastries, coffee, tea, juice), photo with Santa, Games and Crafts, Bouncy Castles, Face Painting, Animal demonstration, magician, and more!
Kids 25$, Adults 10$
Get your tickets through Snapd: milton.snapd.com/events/view/1198630
Follow our event on Facebook: www.facebook.com/events/215452775819907

Kids with Santa

 

 

43rd Annual Campbellville Country Christmas Parade: Sunday December 16th, 1:30pm start, Main Street Campbellville
Santa is coming to town!
We believe this event to be the true heart of the season. This rural parade is very much a community endeavour. Floats and entries come from many local and area businesses, plus community groups such as Scouts, Guides, local service clubs, schools, churches and even local households.
NEW ROUTE THIS YEAR:
The parade route runs from Reid Side Road, via Crawford Crescent to Main Street and then travels south on Main Street (Guelph Line) to Campbell Ave W.
Route Map 2018
The parade takes approximately 30 minutes.
This local community event is organized and run by the volunteers of the Campbellville Parade Committee, under the umbrella of the Campbellville Community Association (DCCA).
Children and parents will be able to meet Santa and his elves after the parade at St. David’s Church, Main Street, Campbellville – where gifts, hot drinks and snacks will be available.
We hope to see you at the parade!
Follow our event on Facebook: www.facebook.com/events/270064643618229

Photo Credit: Laurie Goodman Photography

Photo Credit: Laurie Goodman Photography

 

 

Concerned About The Proposed Quarry?

Recent News Articles:

https://www.insidehalton.com/news-story/8894022-town-of-milton-sending-letter-to-ontario-ministry-objecting-to-twiss-road-quarry/

https://www.insidehalton.com/news-story/8846423-twiss-road-quarry-bid-has-councillor-concerned/

If you Object:

ACTION(Association of Citizens Together In Our Nassagaweya) have formed in opposition to the proposed quarry on Reid Sideroad and Twiss Road.

Go to www.actionmilton.ca or email info@actionmilton.ca for more information.

 

The DCCA Student Award for Volunteerism and Community Involvement

We are thrilled to announce the creation of a bursary for a deserving Grade 8 and Grade 12 student. As a group of community volunteers, we place a strong value on youth who actively participate in their community!

For more information on the bursary and how to apply, please visit: www.campbellville.net/bursary

CCA Small Business Coffee Chat

coffee-chat

Join the Campbellville Community Association (CCA) for this FREE event. Meet other local small business owners over morning coffee and muffins courtesy of the Campbellville Community Association.

 

*All attendees must be a member of the CCA. Contact Patricia Kobernick at membership@campbellville.net to purchase your membership. Membership is $15 for 1 year, $30 for 2 years or $40 for 3 years. There are so many wonderful discounts in our Member Benefit Program – check it out and SUPPORT LOCAL! http://www.campbellville.net/members-discounts/

 

Renew your DCCA Membership now!

Membership is only $15 per person, per year (the year runs April 1 through March 31). We are offering a discount right now.  Join for 1 year for $15, 2 years for $30, or if you pay for 3 years now, it will only cost $40.  If you are a new member, please fill out the form on this website under “Become a Member”. If you are simply renewing Click here to Renew now

 

 

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