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Aurora Now- March 10, 2021

Preserving Aurora's past so we can better understand the present. AuroraTV introduces you to the curator of the Aurora History Museum and takes you behind-the-scenes. Plus, an update on how the city is doing one year after the arrival of COVID; Aurora's amazing art courtesy of our Art in Public Places program and shamrocks and leprechauns - what's the real story behind St. Patrick's Day? The answer, and much more, this week on Aurora Now.

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Police Chief Vanessa Wilson Updates Aurora on a, "New Way" Plan

APD Takes Part in Dangerous Driving Crackdown

APD Asks for Public's Help Investigating 225 Illegal Racing Incident

Aurora Fire Station #17 Opens

Other Aurora Fire "Houses"

Take Part in the Havana Mobility Survey

Use EngageAurora.Org to Share Thoughts on Hazard Mitigation Plan

"Bike to Work" Day Moves from June to September

An Update on COVID in Aurora One Year Later

Third Culture Bakery & Volunteer Say Thanks to Vaccination Teams

Meet the Curator of the Aurora History Museum

A Preview of The Next Edition of, "Connected Colorado"

PSA#1 Learn about the COVID Vaccine

PSA #2 Volunteer for a Board or Commission

PSA #3 Watch, "Mayor Mike Live"

A Tour of Aurora's, "Art in Public Places" Program

Quincy Reservoir Opens for the Season

Aurora Public Library Now Has a Seed Library

Check Out the New & Improved AuroraTV Community Bulletin Board & Take Part in the Naming Contest

What is the History of St. Patrick's Day?

March Madness Irish Style at Aurora's Sheabeen Irish Pub

Irish Dancers Perform at Stanley Marketplace

Show Closer/Avourneen Irish Band

AuroraTV Staff