September 12, 2019

Local hockey player presses leaders for diabetes support

Student Hoedown marks fifth year of building an inclusive community

The summer holiday is, for some students, a time of rest and relaxation, and maybe making some extra money while school is out....

Junior A Tigers hoping for bounce back season

The Junior A Tigers are hoping an influx of local talent can help put the memories of a season lost in the rearview mirror.

Kerry’s Place marks anniversary with renewed mission

Kerry O’Neil’s parents knew they had a mission when their young daughter was first diagnosed with autism, but the first question they had to tackle...

2019-09-12-04

CELEBRATING DIVERSITY – Town park was awash with music, dance and art on Saturday as Aurora hosted the annual Multicultural Festival. Running from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m., the event featured performers representing Brazil, Afghanistan, Egypt, Nicaragua, Poland, China, Cameroon, and more. Auroran photo by Glenn Rodger

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Local hockey player presses leaders for diabetes support

Student Hoedown marks fifth year of building an inclusive community

The summer holiday is, for some students, a time of rest and relaxation, and maybe making some extra money while school is out....

Junior A Tigers hoping for bounce back season

The Junior A Tigers are hoping an influx of local talent can help put the memories of a season lost in the rearview mirror.

Kerry’s Place marks anniversary with renewed mission

Kerry O’Neil’s parents knew they had a mission when their young daughter was first diagnosed with autism, but the first question they had to tackle...

Niagara College hopes to be in Armoury by October

Classes set to go online next week, says Canadian Food & Wine Institute Dean.

York Pride turns message of hate into awareness opportunity

A message of hate, delivered anonymously to young members of York Pride last week, has been turned into an opportunity to teach members of the public about...

Sweetness in the Belly brought to life at TIFF

Film adaptation of One Book One Aurora 2019 selection by Canadian author Camilla Gibb makes its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on Saturday.

Gardners are a family first in Aurora Sports Hall of Fame

By Jake Courtepatte For the Gardners, the game of hockey is a family affair. Drafted eighth overall by the Montreal Canadiens in the 1972 NHL ...

Hoedown Showdown finalists named at Town Park

Local country music lovers proved a hardy bunch last week as they braved the rain to see Canada’s next country star move onto the next level.

Ko holds off Henderson, victorious at CP Women’s Open

Sports

Junior A Tigers hoping for bounce back season

The Junior A Tigers are hoping an influx of local talent can help put the memories of a season lost in the rearview mirror.

Under-11 AKBA Jays reign as OBA champions

The Under-11 Aurora King Jays are tops in the province. The AA squad took to the fields in Vaughan over Labour Day Weekend for...

Gardners are a family first in Aurora Sports Hall of Fame

By Jake Courtepatte For the Gardners, the game of hockey is a family affair. Drafted eighth overall by the Montreal Canadiens in the 1972 NHL ...

Ko holds off Henderson, victorious at CP Women’s Open

Junior links champions hosted at Magna Golf Club

Young golfers tee off ahead of this week’s CP Women’s Open

Aurora’s future sports stars honoured as Athletes of the Year

Aurora’s brightest student athletes have been recognized by Sport Aurora and the Town for their prowess on the field, on the...

Aurora’s Nusbaum hits the beach at Peru’s Pan Am games

Taking part in his first-ever Pan Am Games opening ceremonies on July 26 in Lima, Peru, Aaron Nusbaum was already three days into competition.

Aurora-King Jays back on top in Newmarket Silver Bat

For just the second time in the tournament’s 44-year history, the Aurora-King Jays are champs at the Newmarket Silver Bat tournament.

Aurora’s Nembhard named to Canada basketball roster

Andrew Nembhard is temporarily trading in his orange and blue for the red and white.

Thomas to bring Stanley Cup home to Aurora

Hockey’s most prized possession is coming to town. Aurora native Robert Thomas, of the NHL’s St. Louis Blues, will have his day with the Stanley Cup on July 29.

Arts & Culture

Sweetness in the Belly brought to life at TIFF

Film adaptation of One Book One Aurora 2019 selection by Canadian author Camilla Gibb makes its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on Saturday.

Hoedown Showdown finalists named at Town Park

Local country music lovers proved a hardy bunch last week as they braved the rain to see Canada’s next country star move onto the next level.

View from the Pines celebrates 40 years of artistic excellence

Aurora's Pine Tree Potters Guild celebrates milestone 40th anniversary with juried art show now on at the Aurora Cultural Centre.

Local dentist focuses new lens on climate change

Ron Goodlin takes passion for photography and uses it as a medium to spark change and highlight perils of climate change.

Renowned mixologist Bowen creates signature drink for Intercultural Festival

You may not be able to catch lightning in a bottle, but you’ll be able to swish Aurora in a glass next month at the inaugural Intercultural Food & Music Festival courtesy of renowned mixologist Jamaal Bowen.

York University partners with Library on Scholars’ Hub

Aurora’s post-secondary presence is set to get a boost this fall in a new partnership between York University and the Aurora Public Library.

Doors Open 2019: Get back to nature at Merlin’s Hollow

Don’t miss your chance to visit Merlin’s Hollow on Saturday, August 17 as part of the fourteenth annual Doors Open Aurora Event. Be sure to ...

Archaeological study shines light on 180 forgotten pioneers

Time has erased their story, but a new chapter has begun for some of Aurora's earliest pioneers.

Newcomer Kitchen unites community through food

By Brock Weir Wherever we come from, we all know the taste of home. We take it with us wherever we go and delight in ...

Honeymoon Suite, The Spoons to headline 2019 Ribfest

By Brock Weir If you missed them the first time, prepare for a second Honeymoon. Classic Canadian bands Honeymoon Suite and The Spoons will headline ...

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