Heres 10 events this week across Halton

An 18-year-old Milton man has been charged in connection with an alleged break-in attempt at an Oakville LCBO on Sunday, Sept. 30.

Shortly before 4 a.m., someone smashed the front window of the 1527 Rebecca St. business, police said.

Police are also looking for two suspects responsible for a failed break-in at an Oakville sportswear store on Sunday, Sept. 30.

At around 3:30 a.m., two men approached the Wyecroft Road business, located near Bronte Road, and used rocks to smash the front glass door, police said.

He wore dark pants, a dark purple hoodie, a dark cloth covering his face, dark shoes and light gloves.

He wore a black sweater with the hood up, black pants, dark shoes, a dark cloth covering his face and white gloves.

Anyone with information about either of these incidents is asked to contact Halton police at 905-825-4747 ext. 2216 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

With fall in full swing and with Thanksgiving fast approaching, heres a few fun events happening around the region. Whether fall-inspired or otherwise, there is always something for everyone happening in Halton. 

More Info: Listen to songs by groups like the Hamilton Police Male Chorus, the Burlington Welsh Ladies Chorus, Grand River Chorus and more.

More Info: Paquette Productions is hosting an Elvis tribute show with Chris Paquette and Chris Connor, complete with an 11-peice band.

More Info: Learn from the Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention Services about this crime and how it affects Halton.

More Info: The Milton Film Forum presents a show about a cartoonist trying to find sobriety after a life-altering event.

More Info: A live demonstration of healing generational trauma and wounds, to release pain stored deep within.

More Info: Enjoy music from one of the driving forces behind Blue Rodeo, the award-winning Jim Cuddy.

More Info: A mix of magic, mind-reading and comedy, enjoy this show presented by the Toronto Magic Company.