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Aurora Now August 24, 2022

Aurora celebrates is newest American citizens.  Fifty people from 27 countries took part in a naturalization ceremony this week at the Aurora Municipal Center. We’ll hear from an Aurora woman who’s excited to start this new chapter of her life.  We’ll also take a colorful look back at this year’s, “Global Fest” celebration, and we’ll explain what Aurora’s new, first of its kind, water conservation ordinance means for you and future residents. We’ll also take you treasure hunting at Aurora’s Heirlooms Antique Mall. Those stories, and so much more, this week on AuroraNow.

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Aurora Hosts the First In Person Naturalization Ceremony at City Hall in 3 Years

Aurora's Newest Honorary Poet Laureate Makes Her Public Debut at the Naturalization Ceremony

A Look Back at "Global Fest 2022"

Check Out the New, "AMÉRICA," Exhibit at the Aurora History Museum

Meet Our Local Consul General of Mexico as Part of the Museum's, "Mosaic of Cultures" Exhibit about Aurora's Mexican Community

Aurora Is the First City in Colorado to Pass a Water Conservation Ordinance

Aurora Is Launching a New Campaign to Try to Reduce Panhandling 

Aurora Breaks Ground on Walden35, an Affordable Housing Project

Volunteer to Serve on the Veterans Affairs Commission

The Aurora Branch of the American Association of University Women Awards Scholarships to Five Students from Aurora

Take Part in the Walk, Bike, Drive, Learn Event at Havana Park

PSA #1:  Volunteer for a City Board or Commission

PSA #2:  Report Graffiti

The Aurora Animal Shelter Is at Full Capacity and Needs the Public's Help with Dog Adoptions/Stormy the Dog Gets Help from a Kind Stranger, the Shelter and Aurora Fire Rescue

Aurora's Outdoor Pools Have Extended Hours Through the End of the Season

The Gaylord Rockies Resort Announces the Return of, "ICE!" Featuring a Charlie Brown Christmas

Go Treasure Hunting at Aurora's Heirlooms Antique Mall

Visit Aurora's, "Made in Aurora" Features The Local at Southlands Shopping Center

Dry Dock Brewery Is Hosting, "Arte de Lúpulo/Hop Art," Featuring Christie Tirado as Part of, "National Hispanic Culture Month"

The, "New American Arts" Festival," Is Returning and Will Run Two Weeks and Feature 14 Original Productions and 200+ Artists

Show Closer/More Sights and Sounds from, "Global Fest 2022"

AuroraTV Staff