Beaty neighbourhood is located at the Southeast end of The Town of Milton. Building in the Beaty Neighbourhood began in 2001. These were some of the first homes to be built ion “New Milton”. Beaty Community is bounded by Louis St. Laurent Avenue, James Snow Parkway, Thompson Road and Derry Road.
Beaty Community is named after the Beaty Family, who farmed in Trafalgar Township for more than a century. John Beaty emigrated from Ireland in 1820 and was one of the first settlers in the new survey. Between the years of 1856 and 1857 John Beaty held a number of offices and even made an attempt (although an unsuccessful one) to win a seat in the Provincial Legislature. John has a son named William Beaty who became a pioneer of innovative agriculture practises.
Hawthorne Village Square Plaza located at the corner of Derry Road and Trudeau offers the Beaty community some wonderful shopping options and amenities. Make Cafe is a unique spot located in this community – showcasing local artists, live music, children’s activities, catering and much more all with an inviting atmosphere and homemade food! Also located in this plaza are a dental office, medical office, food stores and a pharmacy.
One restaurant gem you will not want to pass by in Beaty Community is Portabello’s Pizza & Eatery. Not only known for great value, quality of food their motto “good food, good friends and good times” is also included with your great meal. Portabello’s was opened in 2006 and run by Mario Manzi since 2010. His wife Monique takes care of the front of the house while Mario works his magic in the kitchen. Mario who is originally from Napoli, Italy and his wife came to Canada in 2004 and made their passion of cooking become their dream. Portabello’s makes homemade sauce “just the way his mama” would, when you walk into the restaurant you will smell garlic roasting away in the pan ready for another great dish to be created and indulged in. The food and ambiance here have been a go-to for many people who live in or near the Beaty Community.
The Kennedy Circle plaza is another local shopping area that is home to places like Shoppers Drug Mart, Metro Grocery Store, a paint store, dollar store and even a Starbucks!
The Beaty Branch of the Milton Public Library is located in the Beaty community. This library is located at 945 Forth Line. The Beaty Library is 11,300 square feet housing a collection of 42,000 books, DVDs, CDs, magazines and online materials. It features a children’s area, public internet stations, Wireless Internet access and printing available, an online library, colour as well as black and white printing and photocopier services, group study and silent study rooms, a self-checkout and this facility is 100% accessible as the public space is all on one level.
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Hawthorne Village Public School is located at 850 Bennett Boulevard. Children from the Beaty community that would attend this school would do so from junior kindergarten to grade 8. Hawthorne Village Public School is part of the Halton District School Board. This school has just over 1100 students and has been open since 2010.
Irma Coulson Public School is located at 625 Sauve Street in the Clarke community and services children within the Beaty community. Children who attend this school would do so from junior kindergarten to grade 8. Irma Coulson Public School is part of the Halton District School Board. Irma Coulson was a former teacher and principal in the Halton Region and began her career in the 1940’s in a one room schoolhouse. Once she retired from education, she became dedicated to the Milton community, spending 20 years as a board member and volunteer at Halton Recovery House known as Hope Place. She was the recipient of the Milton Chamber of Commerce Lifetime Achievement award in 2008. The Milton community was proud to name this school after someone who had such an influence in education and our community.
Servicing students from grades 9 to 12 would be the Craig Kielburger Secondary School. This school offers a wide range of programs to suit a diverse group of students. From academic courses, to arts and French Immersion, technical skills courses as well as life skills, there is something at CKSS for all of its learners. This secondary school was named after the founder of the WE Charity formally Free the Children Craig Kielburger who started this organization at the age of only 12 in 1995.
Guardian Angels Catholic Elementary School is located at 650 Bennett Boulevard. Children who attend this school would do so from junior kindergarten to grade 8. Guardian Angels Catholic Elementary school is a part of the Halton Catholic District School Board. This school opened in 2004 and is a part of the Jean Vanier Catholic School family and St. Benedict Parish.
The Town of Milton has a Catholic High School that is located in the Willmott Community that services Catholic Secondary students in the Beaty neighbourhood. Jean Vanier Catholic Secondary School is located at 1145 Bronte Street South. Jean Vanier was opened in September 2013 and offers grades 9 through 12. The school was named after Jean Vanier who was born September 10, 1928; a Canadian philosopher/humanitarian and the founder of L’Arche – which is an international federation of group homes for people with developmental disabilities and those who assist them.
There are many parks in the Beaty Community. Barclay Park, Beaty Trail Park, Hutchinson Park, Luxon Park, McDuffe Park, Meighen Park, Oakview Park, Wallbrook Park, Watson Park and Menefy Park are just a few that offer amazing playground structures, swings, accessible swings, walking paths as well as picnic shelters. These 10 parks are a welcoming environment in such a beautiful family community that offers places to play and rest for all ages. Bennett Park is also located in this community and features sports fields used for many different activities.
Beaty Neighbourhood Park is located on Bennett Boulevard in the Beaty Community. This park features ball diamonds, basketball courts, spray/splash pads, playground structures, accessible swings, sports fields and even a space that is available for rent through the Town of Milton. This park has two sections (North and South) and makes an excellent addition to a community of families, people who enjoy walking or biking, or just a quiet stroll through their neighbourhood.
Bristol District Park is located at 920 Kennedy Circle. This park has basketball courts, picnic covered shelters, soccer/sports fields with seating, play structures and swings. This park also has a splash pad located there – also making it a wonderful community park with something for everyone to enjoy.
Check out the Milton Community Connections Map to see more about these parks and others in Milton.