July 2017 Archive

Sensory Garden will have “tremendous benefit” for people with dementia

People living in dementia now have an opportunity to get up close – and get their hands dirty – with nature with the opening of the Alzheimer Society of York Region’s long-awaited Sensory Garden.

Hillary House offers kids a summer of Discovery

If you’re looking for family activities over the summer that are just a little bit outside the norm, take a second look at Hillary House National Historic Site.

Aurora FC women moving up the board

Chalk up another clean sheet for the Aurora FC women. Keeper Sarah Charnock was between the pipes on Saturday for...

Aurora’s Weston brings home quadruple gold at Indigenous Games

Tom Cochrane to headline 2017 Hoedown

Cochrane and Red Rider will take the stage on Saturday, September 16, the second evening of their two-night annual country music extravaganza.

Sales begin to roll on Highland Gate development

Developers, residents, Town hope to meet this week to negotiate details of 21 acre park.

Whirlwind week a success for Aurora Jays

Six games in six days did nothing to dampen the spirits of the AA Aurora Jays, who picked up a crucial nine points in the North Dufferin Baseball League standings.

Harlequin and David Wilcox to headline Ribfest

Canadian rockers Harlequin and David Wilcox will headline Aurora’s 2017 Ribfest. The fan favourites were announced by Mayor Geoff Dawe and Wendy Browne of the Aurora Chamber of Commerce at last Wednesday’s Concerts in the Park series.

Perhaps Councillors should rethink job: Reader

(Re: Workload has outgrown part-time job: Councillors, July 6) In regards to the article as noted above in The Auroran dated July 6, it advises ...

An Open Letter to Garden Tour participants

It’s been two weeks since you woke up and checked Environment Canada’s website to look at the BIG YELLOW BANNER proclaiming a severe weather watch. ...

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