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He expresses how he feels. “Matthew are you okay? What are you doing?” I asked. “Mom it’s very annoying when you keep asking me all the time,” he replies. “Matthew when you ask me for a toy a million times, that’s annoying too,” I added smiling. “I guess we are both annoying then,” he replied. …

It was a beautiful day! The Aurora Arctic Adventure 2017 Family Day event at the historic Town Park on February 20th endured record high temperatures, perhaps even historic temperatures. The banks of snow from last week’s snow fall were big enough failing to melt completely. The ice ring was semi-functional and was not restricted to skates …

Visiting Town Park in Aurora for the Arctic Adventure Family day is now an official tradition. The only booking we have on the Family Day Monday is to visit the Town Park. As always lots of fun. Unfortunately, no public skating at the park this year due to warmer weather but that was absolutely fine …

The Aurora Farmers’ Market & Artisan Fair at the Town Park has become a family tradition for us, and perhaps not just for us. We visit many times during the summer along with many people we know and don’t know. Enjoy! Anna Lozyk Romeo, Editor’s Notes Aurora, ON Copyright 2015 Anna Lozyk Romeo / Living …

Where in the Town of Aurora can you watch Victoria Day Fireworks? What’s happening in the Town of Aurora during the Victoria Day long weekend this year?  Those are very good questions that I have asked myself many times. In fact we, as a family of three, were so curious a few years ago that we hopped into the …

I had a good chuckle last Saturday at the Aurora Farmers Market & Artisan Fair again. Yes again, because I wrote about the dogs in the Aurora Farmers Market in the past. Who let the dogs out? There were so many dogs last weekend that I couldn’t keep up photographing them and I couldn’t help …

In her book Aurora Memories and More, Elizabeth Milner wrote about Aurora Town Park: “When I was growing up in Aurora and I said I was going to the park my words meant only one place – the park on Wells Street across from the high school. This was the place where everything took place, …