Saturday, February 17, 2024

Aurora’s Haunted Forest, Did You Notice This Fella Reading

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 before Halloween each October.

For your information if you are planning to attend wristbands must be purchased in advance. Contact Town of Aurora for more information.

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