Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Join in the family festivities with the Mayor and Council Levee!

Date: Saturday, January 29, 2022

Time: 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Location: Aurora Town Park

The Mayor and Council Levee will not only be a festive opportunity for the community to have a Meet and Greet with Town Council but there will also be a live concert featuring The Flailing Shilaleighs, followed by some family activities.  The temperature might be crisp, but the warmth of the community will be cozy!

Mayor and Council New Year's Levee 

Activities

  • Greetings from the Mayor
  • A performance by The Flailing Shilaleighs
  • Family igloo building
  • Free outdoor skating
  • Crackling bonfires

What is a Levee?

Levee’s date back prior to the 17th Century and are still a celebrated tradition today in a variety of formats.  The traditional and historical purpose of a Levee was for the leaders (Kings or Queens of the time) to address their nation, providing a positive outlook at the year ahead. 

Today’s Levees are held in the form of an Open House.  Traditionally the Lieutenant Governor’s Levee is held in the morning, whereas a Mayor’s Levee in the afternoon.  The intent of this tradition is to show the government’s commitment to providing the best service for the community with a note of good cheer either on January 1, or on any day during the month of January.

Admission - Procedures and Protocols

The following safety protocols and procedures will be in place for the Mayor and Council Levee.

Everyone that enters the park must complete contact tracing and masks are required to be worn at all times. Masks are available upon request. When enjoying the stage entertainment, all attendees must be seated. If you cannot physical distance and will not a wear a mask (except for a medical exemption) you will be asked and required to leave the park.

Food donations for the Aurora Food Pantry are appreciated.