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Aurora Now - April 7, 2021
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"You are welcome here."  That's the theme of our city's new, #StopAsianHate #OneAurora campaign. Plus, a creative local program supports the siblings of those with autism; meet an Aurora entrepreneur who successfully launched a new business during COVID with help from the Aurora SBDC and a new exhibit coming to town lets you immerse yourself in the works of one of the world's greatest artists.  Those stories, and many more, this week on Aurora Now.

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Aurora Launches a New Campaign to Stop Asian Discrimination

Help the 7/20 Foundation Create Paper Cranes

Aurora Mental Health Is Here to Help

The VA Is Offering Walk-In COVID Vaccination Clinics

A Free, Veterans' Services Office is Now Open in Aurora

City Council Passes a Lobbying Ordinance

Weigh in on about Neighborhood Groups & HOA's

Take Part in the "Pinwheels for Prevention" Campaign to Stop Child Abuse

Aurora Has a Sibling Clubhouse Program for the Siblings of Those with Autism

Sign Up Now for PROS Summer Camps

Rustic Nomads Launches During a Pandemic & Is Thriving with Help from the Aurora SBDC

The Aurora History Museum Moves the 1937 DeLaney Tractor

Learn about Aurora's Historic Sites with Flat Patches

Rangeview High School's Boys' Basketball Team Has a Record Winning Streak

PSA #1:  #StopAsianHate

PSA #2:  Aurora Water DreamScape Giveaway 

PSA #3:  National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation  

Aurora Reservoir Opens to Boating (Quincy is Open, too!)

Mayor Coffman Invites Aurorans to Take Part & Help Win the "National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation"

Win an Amazing, Water-Saving Backyard Makeover with Aurora Water's, "Dreamscape Giveaway"

Enjoy a Free Concert & Bid in an Online Auction Through the Aurora Fox's Virtual Gala

Get Tickets Now for, "Queen's Girl in the World" at the Fox

Check Out the Community College of Aurora's Student Art Show at the DAVA Gallery

An Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit is Coming to Stanley Marketplace

Celebrate, "National Pet Day" By Helping the Aurora Animal Shelter

Show Closer/Grandview Marching Band Performs as Part of the Cherry Creek Schools Foundation Gala


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