Rogers kicked off Season 6 of Hometown Hockey™ right here in Halton Hills. Staff, residents and businesses came together with overwhelming community spirit and support. We made memories, shared laughs and broke records with 163 organizations participating in the Parade of Champions. It all came to a grand finale on Sunday, October 6 with a live broadcast with Ron MacLean and Tara Slone who highlighted the beautiful community of Halton Hills. Fireworks over Mold-Masters SportsPlex was the fitting end to a weekend of celebration.
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Congratulations to everyone who participated in the Parade of Champions! Together we broke a record for most teams!
Honorable Mention to All the Local Businesses that Participated
Oh Behave Canine Pawllege
Acton Veterinary Clinic
Acton Salvation Army Thrift Store
Smooth Solutions Spa
Reg Marsh & Associates
Dentistry on Sinclair (Acton & Georgetown Locations)
Generations Physiotherapy Centre
Center Stage School of the Arts
Young’s Pharmacy and Homecare
Accountants on Main
Caldwell Securities Ltd.
Circus Strategic Communications
The Sewing Cafe
Azul Mind Body & Soul Spa
The Way We Were
Trendz Hair Studio
Silvercreek Espresso and Cafe
Heathers Bakery Cafe
The Royal Academy of Arts & Education
Georgetown Chevrolet Buick GMC
Dentistry on Sinclair
Gerrie Electric Eramosa Physiotherapy Associates
September 24th will be Rogers Hometown Hockey Day, at all elementary schools in Halton Hills. Schools are invited to show their support for this exciting community event by:
Hosting a Jersey Day/ Red and White Day
Students are encouraged to celebrate their spirit by wearing their favourite athletic jersey to school. If students don't have a jersey, we encourage students to wear red and white as we aim to “Paint the Town Red and White” leading up to the festival weekend
Fill the Net Food Drive Challenge
Schools were challenged are encouraged to host a food drive and fill up a hockey net. The school with the most number of food items (per capita) would win a special school assembly with the Rogers® Hometown Hockey crew.
UPDATE: CONGRATULATIONS!! ALL elementary schools in Halton Hills participated and collected over 22,000 items. Items will be donated to Acton Food Share and Georgetown Bread Basket. St. Brigid Catholic Elementary School collected the most with a total of 5715 items. Amazing!
Join us for the official puck drop with Tara Slone and Hometown Hank at the Georgetown Raiders game on Saturday, October 5 at 7:30 pm. Free giveaways and a live intermission show.
Adult $10 |
Senior/Student $8 |
Kids $5 but free if they wear their hockey jerseys. Special Edition Game Ticket.