Hundreds of Aurora's youth are now recharged and ready for a new year. It's all thanks to a program provided by the city during winter break to give our kids a safe space. Plus, how to get involved in our local government and give advice to city leaders and City Council; a powerful new exhibit about our neighbors experiencing homelessness opens at the Aurora History Museum and Aurora gets ready for our 36th annual commemoration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Those stories, and many more, this week on a brand new edition of Aurora Now.
Aurora's Winter Break Youth ReCharge Program Is a Success
Make a Difference in Your City; Volunteer for a Board or Commission
Aurora Is Gearing Up for 36th Annual Commemoration of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Aurora Municipal Court Postpones January Jury Trials
Vaccine/Booster Clinic at the Municipal Center Expands Hours & Options
Southlands Hosting Vaccination Clinic, Too
Aurora Extends Free COVID Testing Site
Low Cost E-Cycling Events Return in 2022
E-470 Lowers Toll Rates for the First Time in its History
Aurora's "Hazard Mitigation Plan" for Wildfires, Flooding, Blizzards, etc.
Discussed During Jan.3rd Study Session
PSA #1: Volunteer for a City Board or Commission
PSA #2: Aurora Mental Health Is Here for You
"Without a Home" Exhibit Now Open at the Aurora History Museum
Free, Limited Tickets Available for, "The Mountaintop" at the Aurora Fox
The Vintage Theatre Presents, "Fireflies"
"Winter Bike to Work Day" Is Coming Soon
Show Closer: Gospel Singer Stephanie Summers