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Aurora Now April 10, 2024
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Talk about true dedication. An Aurora teacher has been teaching for 50 years, 40 of them at Arrowhead Elementary School. A lot has changed in that time but not her passion. Wait until you meet her! Also on this week's show, we learn more about Aurora's interim police chief, Heather Morris; we stop by Gina's Kitchen which is a gluten-free and vegan bakery and bistro; we introduce you to the ambassador bull snake at Aurora's Morrison Nature Center and see all she has to teach us about her species;  and we hear from some young Aurora musicians who perform in-studio. Those stories and many more this week on Aurora Now.


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Aurora teacher has been impacting children in schools for 50 years

Hinkley High School celebrates diversity with CultureFest Parade

Get to know Aurora interim Police Chief Heather Morris

Gina's Kitchen at Aurora's Parkside Eatery is a gluten-free and vegan bakery & bistro

Nana's Dim Sum and Dumplings now open on Havana Street; second location coming near Stanley Marketplace

Share your thoughts on the city's first-ever transportation master plan, "Connecting Aurora"

Aurora's Morrison Nature Center is home to a bull snake ambassador animal

Learn all about Aurora's snakes with help from the bull snake ambassador & an Aurora city naturalist

PSA #1: Sign up for Code Red ahead of severe weather season

Community News: Free Loader Saturdays kicks off April 20

PSA #2: AuroraTV website info

Community Calendar: Volunteer for an Aurora Earth Day clean-up on Saturday, April 20

Aurora History Museum's "The Great Outdoors of Aurora" exhibit ends soon

Fish are currently available for adoption at the Aurora Animal Shelter

Aurora's Mission Viejo Library hosted a solar eclipse watch party

Watch NASA's special & in-depth eclipse coverage on AuroraTV April 11 and 13

Annual Polar Plunge at Aurora Reservoir benefits Special Olympics Colorado

Between the Notes program at Tallyn's Reach Library helps kids learn music from high school volunteers


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