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Sheppards Bush Conservation Area


“I know they’re not real,” then she said, “you can’t scare me,” while walking through the candy shop. Kudos to this little brave person. You brought smiles to our faces! Every year on the Saturday evening before Halloween, a small portion of Sheppard’s Bush is transformed into Aurora’s Haunted Forest. A fun Aurora event that …

It was an accidental find. The red barn’s roof with an emblem of a horse on the front face of the barn showed up in the view as we walked through Sheppard’s Bush Conservation Area in late April of 2014. By mapping out the area today, the red barn with three other residential properties is …

Last spring snow fall in our Town today? Who knows? Oak Trees at the Aurora Community Arboretum near Leash Free Dog Park Sheppard’s Bush Conservation Area under the Snow Blanket Hamilton Park Anna Lozyk Romeo, Editor’s Notes Aurora, ON Copyright 2017 Anna Lozyk Romeo / Living in Aurora Aurora Community Arboretum Aurora Ontario

There he was a tall man, and telling ya, not a Slender Man. The tall of the tallest Jason walked dark trails during the Aurora Haunted Forest Saturday night (October 29, 2016) at Sheppard’s Bush Conservation Area. Scary, scary! I bet he was real; as real as he can be. We got goose bumps, even us …

Aurora’s Haunted Forest is our Town’s annual entertaining event at the Sheppard’s Bush Conservation Area. It is open to all ages. Consists of two trails, one a trail for the Little Goblins and another one is a trail of Zombies and more. Aurora’s Haunted Forest is one of the most attended Town of Aurora events …

By K. Taylor, Aurora ON.  There are few constants in this life, but here are a few. The sun will rise, the leaves will fall; the Conservatives will win in Aurora (er…better scratch that one) and it will rain for the Aurora Haunted Forest. Perhaps the fog of time (and a wet rainy fog at …

Here we are back again for the annual Aurora’s Haunted forest at Sheppard’s Bush Conservation Area. Fun for children and fun for us. Every year there is something new, and somethings never change. We don’t know what to expect this year, but here are our quick highlights of last year’s Haunted Forest in about two minutes. …

Here I am again. I submerged myself tirelessly in federal politics for 78 long days and now I emerged just in time for the beautiful fall colours. They say shades of green are therapeutic. Perhaps yellows, oranges and browns are colours of letting go. Getting ready for another season. They’re teaser colours of some sort. …

Today, a beautiful morning walk through Sheppard’s Bush Conservation Area in Aurora … therapeutic. “Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” ~ Albert Einstein Sheppard’s Bush Conservation Area Town of Aurora, Ontario

Just a simple reminder why trees are important. “The trees around us are extremely important and have always been necessary for improving the human condition – both during its life and after harvest. It is not a stretch to believe that without trees we humans would not exist on this beautiful planet. In fact, some …