Flash! The Tulip Fest has been extended through May 7th. Expect beautiful tulips still blooming with a forecast of sunny days ahead!
Now through May 7 Tulip Fest! Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm, just minutes south of Aurora. Open daily 9-6. Bring the kids and your camera and make some memories. Click here for Daily Field Report. Stop in Aurora on your way to or from!
May 13-14 Mothers Day Weekend in Aurora 11am-5pm Sparkling wines, fine teas, good food, vintage shopping and family – what more could a lady ask for? Bring Mom, her Mom and all of the sisters (and brothers and kids too) and stroll the quaint streets of Aurora.
Looking for something to do after brunch? Look no further.
Pick up your free map/guide when you arrive and see what our merchants have planned for you.
Easy parking, benches for resting (or waiting for the girls), public restroom and 24 shops and eateries to entertain you!
May 13 Remembering Emma with Jane Kirkpatrick Tea. Tickets for this annual fundraiser includes another memorable talk by Jane Kirkpatrick, author of Emma of Aurora, as well as a sit down tea. Advance tickets $40/person. (503)678-5754 www.Auroracolony.org.
Save these Dates! Summer’s not far off now. . . .
June 25 Strawberry Social, Old Aurora Colony Museum, 11-4. Spend a delightful afternoon with family and friends (or come and make some new ones) in a 19th century courtyard, enjoying strawberry shortcake, ice cream and listening to live bluegrass music and fiddlin’. www.Auroracolony.org
June 25 Pink Car-nation Day, benefiting the Susan G. Komen Foundation, Downtown Aurora, 11-5. Pretty pink cars, silent auction, pink Swarovski crystal earring sale, quilt raffle. Do you have a pink car you would like to show off this day? Contact Feller House B & B. Presented by the Aurora Colony Visitors Association.
August 12 Aurora Colony Day Outdoor Antiques + Vintage Faire, sign up now for vendor space at www.AuroraColonyDays.com. A great summer day of antiques, fresh Farmers Market, Parade, Fun Run, historic activities and music.