Aurora Limos – In Aurora Guide

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Aurora Night Clubs

Graystones Restaurant
– www.graystonesrestaurant.ca – (905) 727-9561

Stargate Sound & Light
– www.stargatesound.com – (416) 937-7707

The Village Inn Hotel
– www.villageinnbradford.com – (905) 775-6342

Music in Motion Performing Arts Studio
– www.mimpa.ca – (905) 778-0440

Nava Restaurant & Bar
– www.navarestaurantandbar.com – (905) 709-1933

HI-NRG DJ Services & Entertainment
– www.hi-nrgdjs.com – (416) 985-4800

Aurora Attractions

Westview Golf Club
– www.westviewgolf.ca – (905) 727-0446

Westview Golf Club, a challenging, semi-private 27 hole course, located 30 minutes north of Toronto. Westview offers three scenic nines, The Homestead, The Middle and The Lakeland. Each of the nines at Westview offers the golfer a different challenge. The Homestead, an easier walk, offers a variety of golf holes, including our signature 403 yard par four fifth. The Lakeland is cut through the Westview forest and forces golfers to execute some of the most difficult tee shots in the Greater Toronto Area.

Kids Supergym Aurora
– www.kidssupergym.ca – (905) 841-5437

They offer a clean, safe and stimulating environment for children to build self-esteem, confidence and life skills while having fun through physical activity. The sport of gymnastics develops physical strength, flexibility and poise. Learning to do one’s best is encouraged at Kids Supergym as well as developing a sense of doing something simply “for the love of it.”

Kids Supergym opened its doors in 1992. The fully air-conditioned 9600 square foot facility is equipped with state of the art equipment, 3 trampolines, 2 gyms and a separate kitchen for birthday parties. As cleanliness and safety are a number one priority at Kids Supergym, regular cleaning and maintenance of the facility and the equipment helps it to retain a brand new appearance.

Brooks Farms
– www.brooksfarms.com – (905) 473-3920

Edward Brooks started Brooks Farms in the mid 1800’s. Edward was a London bobbie who decided to bring his family from England to Canada. After spending a few years closer to the town of Uxbridge, Edward moved the family a little further west towards Mount Albert, and set up home base at their current location.

For over 150 years the farm grew corn, wheat, barley, turnips, potatoes, and all sorts of farm animals. In 1990, the forth generation farmer, Alvin Brooks and his wife Brenda, decided that growing pick your own strawberries and raspberries.

In 1998, Brooks Farms started to offer pick your own pumpkins from this the Fall Fun Festival was born. Thousands of visitors have enjoyed the entertainment, as well as the homemade jams and jellies, and fresh fruit and vegetables available at the farm.