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Victoria Day


Town of Aurora Cenotaph during Victoria Day, May 18, 2015. Town of Aurora Cenotaph, a memorial tower built in 1925, to recognize those who fought during the war and did not return home. The tower stands on the land once owned by William Graham, who fought with the British during the American Revolution. Aurora War …

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 …

Aurora celebrates Victoria Day weekend with backyard fireworks around the town. On Sunday night if you didn’t see fireworks from your backyard I am sure you could still hear them echoing around. Ensure that you check with the town by-laws (pdf file) with regards to fireworks displays. The following fireworks display took place at the Hamilton …

Victoria Day fireworks in Aurora are not happening. Internet traffic spikes every year on the Victoria Day weekend as Aurora residents are searching for events and especially for Victoria Day fireworks shows to attend. Unfortunately, the only fireworks you may be able to spot will be in your neighbour’s backyard. Some crack them in the fields around …