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Aurora Now August 10, 2022

Some girls in Aurora learn how to drench their fears and gain confidence thanks to Aurora Fire Rescue.  It’s all part of Camp Spark which uses hands-on firefighting training to inspire and empower girls to become leaders. We’ll take you there. Plus, Aurora’s first responders, and many of you, take part in, “National Night Out,” to help make our city safer; Aurora celebrates our first-ever, “Day in Japan,” event; and the star of, “Lindita’s Kitchen,” comes to our AuroraTV studio to teach us about chile season and to show us where to get some of the best here in Aurora. Those stories and much more this week on AuroraNow.

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Aurora Girls Learn about Leadership at AFR’s, “Camp Spark”

Residents & Aurora’s First Responders Take Part in, “National Night Out”

APD Officers Connect with Our Community Through The Second Language Program

Aurora Is Gearing Up for, “Global Fest 2022”

Travel the World at the, “Havana Street Global Market”

The People’s Building Hosts Aurora’s First, “A Day in Japan” Event

Aurora Pride Takes Place at the Aurora Reservoir

Tickets Are On Sale Now for Aurora’s Annual, “Veteran’s Salute”

Aurora Public Schools Announces a New Logo & Branding

APS Hosts the 14th Annual, “Back to School Kickoff,” at the Town Center at Aurora

Aurora’s Consent Decree Monitor Hosts a Town Hall on the City’s Progress on Public Safety Changes

PSA #1:  “Global Fest 2022”

“Faces & Places of Aurora” Features the Plains Conservation Center

City Council Unanimously Approves the First Reading of a New Water Conservation Ordinance that Bans Grass

Aurora’s Outdoor Pools Have a New End of Summer Schedule

PSA #2:  Watch “Lindita’s Kitchen” on AuroraTV

Lindita Torres-Winters Talks about Chile Season in Colorado & Where to Get the Best Chiles in Aurora

AuroraTV Is a Finalist in 11 Categories for the National NATOA Government TV Programming Awards

AuroraTV Is Hiring a Senior Multi-Media Producer

Show Closer/”A Day in Japan”

AuroraTV Staff