We have recently been featured as part of this digital collection. We encourage you to take a look and learn about some objects in various Ontario museum collections that speak to our “Canadian-ness.” http://www.museumsontario.ca/museum/Aurora-Historical-Society-and/insiders-look/Advice-Gratis-Sign http://www.museumsontario.ca/insiders-look?fcp=499
April 20-22, 2017 was the 30th Annual Aurora Home Show hosted by the Aurora Chamber of Commerce. This year we had the opportunity to partner with the Aurora Museum & Archives to create the feature area. Set up on fencing built by Jack’s Landscaping it took visitors through over 100 years of Aurora history through … Read more
This past Thursday AHS was pleased to team up with CHATS for the third time to run An Evening of Scotch, a fundraiser in support of CHATS and AHS. A full house packed into the Hillary House Ballroom to experience Whisky’s of the World with local Scotch and Whisky expert, Keith Scott. Keith took them … Read more
Pan Am Celebrations, Discovery Days, Doors Open, Drive for a Cause, and more; Summer 2015 was a busy time for AHS! Take a look at the pictures below to see some of our favourite moments; with the public, behind the scenes, and everything in between!
If you already thought we were tennis crazy, that was nothing in compare to what is coming up Saturday July 18th and Sunday July 19th at Hillary House National Historic Site! The 1890s grass court has been restored, the exhibit Tennis in Canada: From Early Beginnings to Global Success, is up and running, and our … Read more
Over the past months, AHS has studied, explored, and compiled artifacts documenting the history of tennis in Canada. Aurora’s own local tennis club has eagerly participated in the festivities. As a result of our combined efforts, not only is an entire wall of our new Tennis in Canada exhibit dedicated to the history of the … Read more