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Aurora Now February 7, 2024
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Hands play an important role when it comes to hand-made products in Aurora and beyond. They're even part of the name at I Love ME Gems on Galena Street. ME stands for manos emprendedoras or entrepreneurial hands, and they help create connections in addition to jewelry at this immigrant-owned business. Find out how. Also on this week's show, celebrate Valentine's Day by meeting some of Aurora's power couples; local Girl Scouts share some sweet cookie creations; find out about the Aurora Animal Shelter's unique other adoptable pets; and see a sloth take over our AuroraTV studio. It's all part of the Aurora Public Library's Stuffed Animal Sleepover. Those stories and many more this week on Aurora Now.


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Venezuelan immigrant in Aurora is making jewelry and an impact on other immigrants

Aurora’s Office of International and Immigrant Affairs helps refugees and immigrants become a part of our city

Havana Street host their first-ever Lunar New Year Celebration

Valentine’s Day events are happening all over Aurora

Learn about the“Power Couples of Aurora” at a special Valentine's Day event at Mission Viejo Library

PSA #1: Check out AuroraTV app

Community Calendar #1: The Aurora branch of the American Association of University Women is accepting applicants for AAUW scholarships

PSA #2: Southeast Recreation Center

Boychik Mediterranean Restaurant opens at Stanley Marketplace

Local Girl Scouts of Colorado turn cookies into a next-level dessert

Sign up to compete in the Ms. Colorado Senior America Pageant 2024

"Name that Mystery Object"  returns with help from the Aurora History Museum

Community Calendar #2: Weigh in on the "Connecting Aurora Transportation Master Plan"

Community Calendar #3: Aurorans encouraged to weigh in on Arapahoe County's electric vehicle survey

Aurora Public Library needs teen volunteers to help with the annual "Stuffed Animal Sleepover"

Enjoy free movies in February at the Aurora Public Library

5th graders at Aurora’s Dalton Elementary learn hands-on how to be a grown-up thanks to AmeriTowne

Meet some of the Aurora Animal Shelter's unique other adopatable pets 

The answer to this month's "Name that Mystery object from the Aurora History Museum

Show closer: A look back at AuroraTV's special, "Celebrating Black History Through the Arts" featuring  Iyanla Ayite performing “Miss Nina”


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