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AURORA COMMUNITY ARBORETUM

100 John West Way, Aurora, ON L4G 7H4 DIRECTIONS

Since 1997

Here’s The Deal:
The Aurora Community Arboretum Inc. is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to creating and maintaining an arboretum for Aurora and surrounding areas. It is managed by its members through a Board of Directors. Many members and volunteers help to regularly maintain the Arboretum with assistance from Town of Aurora staff and various professional contractors. The ACA is 100 acres of Town of Aurora parkland between Wellington Street to the south and St John’s Sideroad to the north along the valley of the East Holland River. Their objective is to establish an educational program which makes known the features and values of this natural and cultural asset to the residents of Aurora. The Aurora Arboretum is an urban oasis serving the 55,000+ residents of Aurora and is a draw to the surrounding areas.

SPECIALTY:
Historical Society, Tree Planting, Benches, Gardens, Playgrounds, Fun and Games, Nature and Parks, Commemorative Trees, Events and Activities, Flora Aurora, Background, River, Flowers, Wildlife, Group and Guided Tours, Forests Land, Ponds, The Meadow & Birds

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THEATRE AURORA

150 Henderson Drive, Aurora, ON L4G 2J7 DIRECTIONS

Since 1958

Here’s The Deal:
Theatre Aurora is a theatre located in Aurora, ON. The theatre has been entertaining the audience since 1958. It is committed to encouraging and preserving a safe environment. It is a respectful space that values equality, diversity, integrity, courteous behaviour, honesty, constructive communication, and professional working relationships. The Aurora Theatre has the privilege of producing five productions a year. Theatre Aurora offers the viewers and members an opportunity to explore the theatre arts of comedy, drama, and music.

SPECIALTY:
Rental Services, Festival of Plays, Dramas, Theatre, Workshop, Comedies, Performing Arts Group, The Pearl and Three Fine Girls Shows, Youth Group Productions, Musical Productions & Auditions

Price: Regular: $25
Senior: $23
Student: $23 in advance/$10 at the door

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AURORA HISTORICAL SOCIETY

15372 Yonge Street, Aurora, ON L4G 1N8 DIRECTIONS

Since 1970

Here’s The Deal:
The Aurora Historical Society was established in 1963 and is committed to preserving the history of Aurora. A non-profit organization run by a volunteer team is proud to own and manage the National Historic Site of Hillary House. Hillary House was built in 1862 and used for over 100 years as a doctor's practice and family residence. They offer tours and changing exhibits at Hillary House; a growing online presence; and programs tailored to the interests of school groups and community organizations. The Aurora Historical Society includes its collections of medical equipment, historical objects and related documents. The Historical Society is also very interested in education, heritage and preservation.

SPECIALTY:
Tour, Museum, Medical Instruments, Shops, Collection, Historic Artifacts & Education

Price: Admission: $5/person 12 years of age and older

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Tue-Sat: 10am - 4pm
Sun & Mon: Closed

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