Milton Activities Fair
One-stop shopping for activities for all ages, serving the milton community.
Milton's First online activities fair!
One-Stop Activity Shopping
Below you’ll find all the participating Milton organizations and businesses, including activities for all ages! Each organization listed includes a link for where you can sign up.
The Milton Recreation Department is an advocate for quality recreation programs and a community resource for recreational local, non-profit organizations. This dynamic and unique role allows us to foster Milton as a livable community, while promoting and improving healthy lifestyle choices through access, opportunity, and affordable recreation programs. Our mission is to advance parks and recreation efforts which enhance the quality of life for the community of Milton.
Milton Public Library is a community center for learning and leisure. We work to fulfill patron needs for information and entertainment materials; endeavor to meet the learning needs of patrons on topics related to work, school, and personal life; encourage learning and intellectual growth from the earliest ages; and foster an atmosphere of intellectual freedom in the American tradition of liberty. Milton Public Library ascribes to the American Library Association's Library Bill of Rights, the Freedom to Read Statement, and the Freedom to View Statement. We're here for you during the COVID-19 pandemic, with browsing by appointment, curbside pickup, online programming, and digital resources including ebooks from Overdrive.
The National PTA's mission is to make every child's potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children. The best way to contact us is on Facebook.
The Milton Inclusion & Diversity Initiative is working to establish a Milton that values all residents and visitors. Formed to hold our leaders accountable, MIDI works with local officials and organizations to ensure our town is an equitable and inclusive community for everyone.
Milton Mentors is a community based youth mentoring program that matches caring, reliable adult volunteers with Milton youth in 3rd through 8th grade. Together mentors and youth forge meaningful, supportive relationships that can last a lifetime.
We build strong communities by empowering individuals and families through innovative, quality services. We have openings in our preschool and infant early childhood education programs, as well as parenting support and education, an emergency food shelf and diaper bank, and so much more.
To ensure affordable access to high-quality child care for all Vermont families by 2025. We LOVE our friends over at ECHO and one of our favorite things to do is watch Science & Stories. Check it out below!
Health care professionals working in partnership to keep you and your family as healthy as possible. We offer pediatric, prenatal, and sports medicine in addition to all other care.
YWCA Vermont is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. Our main program is Camp Hochelaga. We offer overnight and day camp programs for girls and non-binary youths ages 6-17. Camp Hochelaga focuses on building character, self-confidence, empowerment, and leadership. Registration for summer 2021 opens November 1, 2020.
4-H is a program that helps foster the development of life and job skills as youth explore topics that interest them. From the 4-H homepage, explore the "4-H at Home" or "News and Events" link on the right or open the "menu" button and open the "Our Programs" tab to learn more about youth programs.
Milton Ski & Ride Club
The Milton Ski Club began in 1977 when a group of parents decided to find an affordable way to make skiing available to Milton Children. Smugglers Notch has been outstanding in keeping skiing and riding affordable and fun for the MSRC for over 40 years, which continues to be a great partnership. Recently, we've had 70-90 students participate annually. MSRC is open to children who live in Milton and will be at least 9 years of age as of January 1, 2021.
Milton Youth Lacrosse offers a variety of teams for both boys and girls for 1st-8th grades. Our goal is to provide an introduction to lacrosse all the way through advanced skills training. Our program has been around for 20+ years and continues to grow. In 2007 we added a learn to play co-ed program. In 2016 we were the proud recipient of the US Lacrosse First Stick Program which allowed us to start a girls U15 Team and supply players with the necessary gear.
Milton Youth Wrestling Club is open to individuals from kindergarten to 8th grade. At the Milton Youth Wrestling Club, we teach the skills and fundamentals of the scholastic wrestling. The sport pairs two individuals of the same weight and experience in a controlled wrestling environment with matches controlled by referee. We practice at the Herrick Ave school 3 nights a week from January-April with statewide competitions on Saturdays starting in March. Uniforms and head gear provided, but shoes and mouth guards must be provided by participants.
Cub scouting is fun for the whole family. In Scouting, boys and girls start with their best right now selves and grow into their very best future selves. It's fun, hands-on learning and achievement that puts kids in the middle of the action and prepares them for today - andfor life.
Our mission is to prepare young people to make ethical choices over their lifetime by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law. We train scouts to be future leaders. The ideals of Scouting are spelled out in the Scout Oath, the Scout Law, the Scout Motto, and the Scout slogan. The Scout measures himself against these ideals and continually tries to improve. The goals are high, and as the scout reaches for them, they have some control over what and who they become.
Age Well's mission is to provide the support and guidance that inspires our community to embrace aging with confidence. We will advance this mission to support all who are in our care and service.
Our vision is to create opportunities for all VT students, but particularly for those - of any age - who believe that the doors to higher education are closed to them. We have an online application to the VSAC program this year, so families can fill out information in their homes. Admission to the program is not guaranteed, students must have a desire to pursue education after high school and fit the eligibility criteria for the program.
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This year, all participating organizations will appear on this page for the full 20/21 school year. We will post updates as organizations send them our way. All you have to do to sign up for an activity is click through the “learn more” or on the logo for the organization you’re interested in hearing more about.
Check with the organization hosting your individual activity for details on their COVID-19 policies and safeguards. That’s where you’ll find the most current information.
Great question! This page will be updated as the year progresses. Email Jessica Summer at firstname.lastname@example.org to get information on how to join the roundup for 2020! Listings are free for all non-profit organizations, school clubs, and community sports, with a small registration fee for for-profit businesses.