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Aurora Santa Parade on Yonge Street. Bringing few memories back from the 2014 Santa Under the Stars Parade in the Town of Aurora. Publishing following images for the first time. Stay tuned for a new 2016 parade gallery in the future! Remember to dress warm and have lots of fun! Santa Under the Stars Parade …

I had been eyeing to visit St. Andrew’s College (SAC) (Town of Aurora, Ontario, Canada) for a long time now. I was just curious to see this hidden facility that I had driven by so many times on Yonge Street in Aurora. The opportunity came during the Doors Open Aurora event last Saturday (August 15th, 2015). …

Another great Canada Day Parade in the Town of Aurora, Ontario. It is always a wishful thinking that after that last parade float there will be one more. But, there are always fireworks later on. “I am grateful for the opportunities I have been given to participate in that work as a representative of my …

Thousands of people, millions of footsteps … Aurora Chamber Street Festival 2015, Yonge Street, June 7th, 2015. Copyright 2015 Anna Lozyk Romeo / LivingInAurora.com Aurora Chambers Street Festival Ron Wallace

By Anna Lozyk Romeo, Aurora ON. I am concerned. The latest news with regards to the one-way trip to Mars in 2024 caught my attention, ”Mars One: 6 Canadians make short list for 1-way trip to Mars.” Honestly, I think that is more like a suicide mission but then who knows. As a human race …

Santa Under the Stars Parade 2014 took place on November 22nd, 2014. When there is a bad weather all week long then the chances are that warm weather is coming. In Aurora, we had ups and downs in November but most of all we can only count blessings, like November 11th Memorial Day and November …

There are a few interesting facts about the Aurora Street Festival. First, you are free to walk in the middle of Yonge Street for about six hours. However, you could do that also if you were part of the Canada Day parade or Santa Under the Stars parade. Second, the Aurora Street Festival is the biggest festival …

Peter Cameron’s pictures from 2004 of the St. Johns Sideroad reconstruction project certainly bring back memories. What was once a two lane, non illuminated, country road is now a four lane road with a major railway crossing, a spectacular McKenzie Marsh boardwalk on the North side of St. John’s Sideroad, and a wonderful Atkinson Wetland …

community FOCUS Aurora in Photographs features the Town of Aurora Canada Day Parade on July 2002, photography provided by Peter Cameron. One hundred years old or older copies of photographs are now surfacing everywhere in printed materials around Aurora. That includes Aurora’s 2013 Recycling & Garbage Collection Calendar and front page of Aurora’s Winter 2013 …

It has become apparent the downtown core of Aurora, specifically the Yonge Wellington Corridor has for years suffered neglect, decline and abandonment and needs downtown revitalization. The Yonge Wellington corridor during the 1970’s experienced retailers abruptly decamping to the suburban malls. It was amazing how quickly this phenomenon took place not just here in Aurora, …