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Aurora Now January 11, 2023
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Our community comes together to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as part of Aurora's 37th annual, week-long commemoration. We have highlights from the opening ceremony  as well as information about other upcoming events. Also on this week’s show, the Aurora Police Department hosts a women's academy, the Aurora Public Library goes fine free in 2023, our Aurora History Museum reopens with the “Fitzsimons to Anschutz” exhibit, and amazing Aurora artist, Iyanla, performs. Those stories and many more this week on Aurora Now.

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Aurora kicks off our 37th annual, week-long, MLK commemoration

Aurora is hosting many other events to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

The Aurora Police Department hosts a women's academy

Help the city of Aurora pick a new chief for Aurora Fire Rescue

The Aurora Public Library is going fine free, expanding hours & adding a Bookmobile

Share your thoughts on arts & culture in Aurora

The Aurora History Museum reopens with the "Fitzsimons to Anschutz" exhibit

Aurora is getting ready for the opening of the new Southeast Aurora Rec Center & Fieldhouse

Aurora is offering Neighborhood Improvement grants

Volunteer to help with the Point-in-Time homeless count in Aurora

PSA #1 Report graffiti in Aurora

PSA #2 Eat on Havana Street

Watch the next episode of, "Connected Colorado"

Students at Jewell Elementary take part in "Market Day"

"Lindita's Kitchen" this month features chili rojo

Meet amazing Aurora artist, Iyanla

Show Closer/Iyanla performs in studio



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