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Aurora Now June 5, 2024
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The city of Aurora is offering a free and safe way for teens to spend summer break. It's all part of the "We Are Aurora Youth" program which includes free admission and activities at three city rec centers. Also on this week's show, Aurora Fire Rescue hosts a community open house to unveil plans for the rebuilding of Fire Station 9; The Aurora Highlands pays tribute to trailblazing local Black doctor Justina Ford; and the star of "Lindita's Kitchen" on AuroraTV joins us in studio to create a festive and unforgettable culinary delight. Those stories and much more this week on Aurora Now.


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Teens in Aurora can access three city rec centers for free this summer

RTD still offering Zero Fare for Youth through August

Aurora boy gets accessible van thanks to help from national nonprofit

Gov. Polis signs two education bills at Aurora elementary school

Aurora Fire Rescue hosts community open house about rebuilding Station 9

D-Day exhibit on display at Aurora History Museum through July 7

Can you name this mystery object from the history museum?

PSA #1: Kids Golf Free in Aurora

Community Calendar #1: Participate at Global Fest

PSA #2: Check out story links at

Taaza Mart is a new destination in Aurora for South Asian groceries and culinary delights

Lindita’s Mexican Mac puts a twist on a classic dish

Lindita joins Aurora Now in-studio to walk us through another festive and fun recipe

Students and families can enjoy free summer meals provided by our local school districts

PSA #3: Party for Pollinators

PSA #4: Sign up for CodeRED

Aurora Public Library kicks off the annual Summer of Imagination

Park Lights and Movie Nights final film is “Barbie” on July 13

Sculpture at Aurora Highlands honors Colorado’s first Black female doctor

Sneak peek at Aurora Fox’s “The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical”

Aurora History Museum’s mystery object revealed

Stay on top of severe weather with CodeRED, the city’s emergency alert program


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