What to do in January?

Historic Aurora is a great winter day trip, minutes from Portland or Salem, just off I-5 Exit 278.

You’ll find 23 cozy shops and restaurants in our tiny town.  (Most are within a 5 square block walking area – the others are just blocks from village center.)  So, no problem with the weather!  Convenient parking, public restroom, family friendly.

Any season is right to discover Aurora!

  • Listed – Best 50 Antiques Towns in the US by House Beautiful and Country Living magazines, 2016-17 (The ONLY one in Oregon!)
  • National Historic District with a free self-guided tour brochure while you shop
  • 17 Antiques & Vintage shops, salvage & auction house
  • 8 Specialty Shops:  garden, dollhouse miniatures, candy factory, quilt shop, watercolor gallery, ironwork and decor, gift shop
  • 6 Eateries, Bakeries & Restaurants
  • 4 Wine & Beer:  Tasting rooms, pub, wineries
  • Attractions:  Antiques! Golf, wineries, nurseries
  • Lodging:  Convenient motels, RV & state campground
  • Shops begin opening at 10am and close at 5pm, many open 7 days a week.
  • Old Aurora Colony Museum closed month of January.

February 1  Old Aurora Colony Museum reopens for 2018 with a new exhibit.  auroracolony.org

February 10-14  Bring Your Love to Aurora!  What could be more romantic than antiques shopping together?

Have a leisurely, no pressure day browsing our wonderful stores and enjoying lunch, a glass of wine or dessert (why not both?) and a casual dinner here!

Pick up your free pink map in the shops showing all of the special happenings during these days such as:

  • Time After Time:  Feb. 10 Enjoy a spot of tea compliments of Alice in Wonderland while you hear a bit of romantic poetry by Susan Patterson from her latest book Passions.

February 17 Antique Bottle Collectors Show & Sale, Aurora American Legion Hall  9am-3pm

 

 

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