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Aurora Now July 20, 2022

Aurora comes together to remember and reflect, 10 years after the theater tragedy. The 7/20 Foundation holds the annual midnight vigil and is also getting ready for another big event to honor the victims and survivors. Also on the show, a local dance group creates a unique 7/20 tribute; a new non-profit in Aurora aims to keep single moms moving with affordable car care; and how to have some wet, wild and free fun at Aurora’s spraygrounds, located at two popular parks. Those stories and many more this week on Aurora Now.

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The 7/20 Foundation Holds a Midnight Vigil Marking the 10th Anniversary of the Theater Tragedy

Other Upcoming Events to Honor the 7/20 Victims 10 Years Later

Local Dancers Perform, “Aurora,” a Dance Tribute 

Aurora Announces an Interim Fire Chief

Arapahoe County Hosts the First State of the County Event

Arapahoe County Fair Gets Underway July 28th

Enjoy a Free Day at Aurora’s Plains Conservation Center

APS Is Raising Teacher Salaries an Average of 8.5%

Nomination Deadline for Aurora Business Recognition Awards Extended                                                                                           

Aurora Public Library’s Craft Brews Tour Is Back

Second Dawn Brewery Opening Near Stanley Marketplace

Made in Aurora:  The Village Exchange Center

PSA #1:  Aurora Mental Health

PSA #2: 2.0

A New Aurora Non-Profit Helps Keeps Kids and Their Moms Moving

Learn All About Aurora’s Protected Bike Lanes

Check Out Aurora’s Great Plains Sprayground

The Next, “Aurora Rhythms,” Concert Takes Place at the Aurora Central Library

“Sounds of Southlands” Summer Concerts Are Back

Southlands’ Farmer’s Market Returns

Show Closer:  Country Singer, Mark Powell

AuroraTV Staff