Celebrating Christmas in Campbellville

Photo Credit: Jennifer Sibbitt

Photo Credit: Jennifer Sibbitt

Come help Campbellville kick off the Holiday season with our annual tree lighting at the Gazebo Park. Join us for Christmas carols, hot chocolate and Timbits! Lights will be switched on by our newly elected Honourary Mayors – Bridget & Shawn Saulnier. November 24th from 7pm at Gazebo Park (corner of Guelph Line and Campbell Ave)

 

Photo Credit: Laurie Goodman Photography

Photo Credit: Laurie Goodman Photography

Santa is coming to town Sunday December 17th at 1:30pm!
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 the Cubs, Scouts, Beavers, Sparks and Brownies, local service clubs and schools, churches and even individual households.
The parade route runs from Reid Side Road, via Crawford Crescent to Main Street and then travels south on Main Street (Guelph Line) to the Lions Hall.
The parade takes approximately 30 minutes. This local community event is organised 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 with Santa Claus and his elves after the parade in the basement 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!

 

CCA Small Business Coffee Chat

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Join the Campbellville Community Association (CCA) for this FREE event on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16th at 8:45 am. Meet other local small business owners over morning coffee and muffins courtesy of the Campbellville Community Association at THE TREE HOUSE at The Mohawk Inn & Conference Centre.

We welcome Susan Capone of Brookville Fitness who will teach us SIMPLE TECHNIQUES to RELEASE TENSION from YOUR BODY (no special attire or footwear required).

Many of us live in a chronic state of muscular tension, especially small business owners because we wear many different hats at once. It gets worse when we face times of increased stress, such as the holiday season. You will be able to use Susan’s technique anytime, even when SITTING AT YOUR WORK-PLACE DESK!

We look forward to seeing/meeting you all and getting to know about your business! Please RSVP to this email or on the Facebook event page by November 14th, 2017.

Here is the invitation link:

https://www.facebook.com/events/364138644007027/?acontext=%7B%22ref%22%3A%224%22%2C%22feed_story_type%22%3A%22370%22%2C%22action_history%22%3A%22null%22%7D

*All attendees must be a member of the CCA. Contact Patricia Kobernick at membership@campbellville.net to purchase your membership.

 

Celebrating Canada’s 150th Birthday with The RCMP Musical Ride

The RCMP Musical Ride performed at Mohawk Ractrack in beautiful Campbellville on August 1st and 2nd, 2017 in celebration of Canada’s 150th Anniversary! The 32 red coated Mounties and their horses were met with thousands of guests eager to see the show. August 1st was an evening performance book ended by standardbreed racing as well as a salute to the 250th anniversary of Horse Racing in Canada and the Town of Milton’s 160th Anniversary.   August 2nd was a family afternoon with pony rides, bouncy castles, face painters, vendors and a dog agility show preceding the feature perrformance of the RCMP Musical Ride.  Campbellville was one of only two Ontario locations selected by the RCMP to perform their Musical Ride in 2017!

Putting on an event of this size took months of planning.  Thank you to the Musical Ride Steering Committee (Chair Liz Lambrick, John Davidson, Debbie Duclos, Garth Essery, Kimberley Fowler,  Cindy Lunau, Kodie Richardson, Jennifer Sibibtt, Trish Walker and Gary Williams) for all your hard work!   A huge thank you to Mohawk Racetrack, Woodbine Entertainment Group, for the use of your excellent facilities. The Mounties raved about the quality of your stables and they were thrilled with the communitiy’s hospitality.

We are so grateful to  all of the volunteers who helped us: sell and take tickets, staff displays, stage the dog agility performance, manage the stable tours and overall ensure the events ran smoothly!   Thank you Lynn Trevisan, our Volunteer Co-ordinator extrodinaire and our volunteers: Alex, Annalise, Carm, Claudia, Devon, Elise, Erika, Joey, Judy, Karan, Kelly, Maddie, Madeleine, Matteo, Olga, Pat,  Patsy, Ruth, Sharon, Stephane, Teddie, Victoria and Whitney.

This INCREDIBLE Musical Ride Event would not have been possible without our AMAZING COMMUNITY PARTNERS.  Please give thanks to the following businesses and organizations  for their support!

Platinum Partners:
Destination Campbellville Community Association
Woodbine Entertainment Group, Mohawk Racetrack
Storage Solutions
Standard Broadband
Creative Campbellville
Town of Milton
Corus Entertainment: 91.5 Beat, 107.5 Dave Rocks, 1460 CJOY, Magic 106.1

Gold Partners:
Milton Chrysler
Moffatt Scrap Iron & Metal
University of Guelph Alumni

Silver Partners:
Mattamy Homes
Central Ontario Standardbred Association
Monaghan Mushrooms
Dufferin Aggregates
Shaping Minds in Healthcare
RCMP Milton
Country Heritage Park
Big Picture Imaging

Community Partners:
Aimco Solrec Ltd
Halton Container
Sandy Hatzis, Realtor
Sovereign Fusion
Sharpe Farm Supplies
Famiizuu
Busy Liz’s
Fidale Farms
Greenhawk

Click here for more information

 

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

 

 

Come Work With Us!

If you are looking for opportunities to give back to your community, meet new people, have new experiences, volunteering with the Campbellville Community Association could be the right place for you! We are currently looking for volunteers to fill a variety of positions within our community organization.

If you want to learn more about the Community Association, visit our “About” page, and view the presentation from the Annual meeting held April 18, 2016.

In particular, we are looking for someone to lead (or co-lead) the Commerce workgroup. If you want to help out, contact Liz at President@Campbellville.net. Please click here for more information on all positions, including current openings!

 

 

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