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Aurora Now June 8, 2022
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Aurora comes together for the first-ever Unity Walk to spread messages of hope and peace in an effort to end youth violence. Plus, advice from Aurora Fire Rescue on staying safe around fireworks; an Aurora 7th grader is the runner-up at the Scripps National Spelling Bee; and how your neighborhood can watch a movie under the stars thanks to the city's new Movie Kit Program. Those stories, and much more, this week on Aurora Now.

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Dozens Take Part in the First-Ever, "Aurora Unity Walk & Roll"

D.A. for the 18th Judicial District Offers Advice for Keeping Kids Out of Trouble

Kids in Aurora, and Across the State, Can Get Free Therapy

Next Gun Buy Back Event Takes Place in Aurora June 11th

Interim Aurora Police Chief Daniel Oates Is Publicly Sworn In

APD Hosts its First Women's Mini Academy

Aurora Public Schools Hosts Graduation Ceremonies for the Class of 2022

Cherry Creek Schools Host Graduation Ceremonies for the Class of 2022

Grandview High School Athletics Has a Tremendous Year

APS Quest K-8 Student Is the Runner-Up in the National Scripps Spelling Bee

Aurora Parks and Rec Teams Up with APS for the, "Food for Youth" Program

Aurora Fire Rescue Offers Advice on Staying Safe with Fireworks

PSA #1: I Matter Offers Free Mental Health Service for Youth

PSA #2:  Keep Aurora Beaufitul - No Junk Cars

The Aurora History Museum's, "Mosaic of Culture" Exhibit Features Folkorico Sangre de Mexico

"Tatanka:  Spirit of the West" Is On Display at the Aurora History Museum

"Lindita's Kitchen" Features Shredded Beef Tacos This Month

Share Your Thoughts on Renaming Skills Area Park to El Salvador Park

Enjoy Free Fun at the, "Carnival on the Plaza" 

The "Aurora Rhythms" Concert Series Returns

"Bike to Work" Day Takes Place June 22nd

PSA #1: AuroraTV:  Your Community, Your News

PSA #2: Put Your Phone Down Rap

There's a New Way to Apply for a City Block Party Permit

Host a Neighborhood Movie Night Courtesy of Aurora's New Movie Kit Program

Show Closer:  Folklorico Sangre de Mexico


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