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Aurora Now April 3, 2024
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The AuroraTV team dives into fun with Finn the friendly shark. He's helping the Aurora Parks, Recreation and Open Space Department look for lifeguards and swim instructors. Find out how you can become one or even both. Also on this week's show, an up close look at a new public safety program in the city that will help our first responders every time they go out on a call; Aurora kicks off Donate Life Month with a special ceremony and a story about one man's lasting legacy; and how an Aurora woman is making history in Major League Baseball. Those stories and so much more this week on Aurora Now.

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ForceMetrics is helping Aurora first responders make our city safer

Aurora Police, Aurora 911, and Aurora Fire Rescue host graduations and academies and are hiring

National Library Week is April 8 to 13 and Aurora Public Libraries have much more than just books to offer

Can you name this mystery object from the Aurora History Museum?

Fiesta pork chops and zucchini fritters are on the menu on Lindita's Kitchen this month

HGTV star and Aurora designer Poonam Moore offers design tip of the week

Finn the Shark wants you to become an Aurora lifeguard or swim instructor

Finn and the Aurora Now anchors dance to "Baby Shark"

PSA #1: Universal Preschool

PSA #2: Aurora Now website links offer more information

PSA #3: Colorado Remembers 2024 is Saturday, May 25 at the Colorado Freedom Memorial

City of Aurora raises flag and awareness to commemorate National Donate Life Month

Donor Alliance advocate shares story of son's amazing heart

Aurora native Jenny Cavnar makes Major League Baseball history

Nuggets star Jamal Murray surprises kids at Aurora Public Schools' unified basketball game

Preview of "Gem of the Ocean" at Aurora Fox, showing through April 14

Aurora's Mission Viejo Library hosting solar eclipse watch party April 8 at noon

Finn the Shark helps reveal the answer to the history museum's mystery object

Show closer: Finn heads back to the beach


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