Explore Halton Hills through the Sticker Map Program

HALTON HILLS, ON – The Town of Halton Hills is excited to announce the launch of the Sticker Map Program, offering residents and visitors a unique opportunity to discover the charm and attractions of Halton Hills while supporting local business. 

"The Sticker Map Program is a fun and interactive way to engage both locals and tourists in exploring our beautiful town," said Mayor Ann Lawlor. "It highlights the diverse range of tourism offerings and businesses we have to offer in Halton Hills.” 

Running from June 1 to August 31, 2024, the Sticker Map Program encourages participants to explore Georgetown, Acton, and Glen Williams while collecting stickers from various participating tourism businesses. Participants can pick up their sticker maps from Town facilities such as the Gellert Community Centre, Halton Hills Public Library and Cultural Centre, Acton Public Library, Acton Arena, and Mold-Masters SportsPlex.  

How It Works: 

  1. Pick up your Sticker Map from a participating Town facility. 
  2. Collect 1 mini sticker from one participating business in Georgetown, Acton, and Glen Williams (total of three mini stickers). 
  3. Place the mini stickers on your big sticker map. 
  4. Display your completed map proudly and upload it to Visit Halton Hills’ website for a chance to win local prizes. 

Don't forget to share your adventure with us! Whether it's on your water bottle, laptop, or somewhere inventive, post a picture of it and tag us with @visithaltonhills on Instagram or use #visithaltonhills

The first 50 participants who submit their completed sticker maps will have a chance to win prizes, including Visit Halton Hills tote bags, campfire mugs, and a grand prize filled with local goodies, celebrating the Town of Halton Hills' 50th anniversary. 

"We're thrilled to celebrate our 50th anniversary with this exciting program, providing visitors with an engaging summer activity while also supporting our local businesses," stated Erin Kaiser, Manager of Economic Development and Innovation at the Town. "It's a wonderful opportunity to bolster our community's small businesses while showcasing the many tourism attractions that Halton Hills has to offer." 

For more information about the Sticker Map Program, visit: visithaltonhills.ca/stickermap  

About the Town of Halton Hills

The Town of Halton Hills, with a population of approximately 60,000, consists of two urban centres, Georgetown and Acton, the Halton Hills Premier Gateway employment area, three hamlets – Glen Williams, Stewarttown and Norval – and several smaller settlements. Halton Hills has long been recognized for its natural beauty, active agricultural community, high quality of life and proximity to major centres, including Brampton, Mississauga and Toronto.  The Town is ranked as one of the top small communities in Canada by a national magazine.

Visit the Town's website 

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