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Aurora Now - May 26, 2021

Aurora may have an answer to our current housing crunch. Hear from the owner of one of the city's first ADU's. Plus, housing help for the homeless here. The city would like you to weigh in on possible options. The Aurora History Museum's new exhibit shows how our city overcame a tense time; APS music students share a solution to a common pandemic problem and the city gets ready for the return of, "Colorado Remembers," this Memorial Day weekend. Those stories and much more this week on Aurora Now.

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Aurora Gets Ready for the Return of, "Colorado Remembers" 

Free Veteran Services Available in Aurora

Aurora Pools & Spraygrounds Opening for Summer

Aurora Reservoir Swim Beach Opening for Summer

Masks Required at Aurora Public Libraries

Schedule Changes for Aurora Vaccination Equity Clinic

Residents Encouraged to Share Thoughts on Alternative Housing Options for Homeless

An Up Close Look at Aurora's First Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU)

Aurora Getting Ready to Honor Volunteers

APD Asks Drivers to Move-Over & Slow Down

Aurora K-9's Get Critical New Gear 

Community College of Aurora Offering Incentive for Students to Take Summer Classes

PSA #1 - #StopAsianHate

PSA #2 - Join an Aurora Board or Commission

PSA #3 - Aurora Now Offering E-Sports

Aurora's Winchell's Donut House Honored with Business Recognition Award

Jazz Brunch at the People's Building

People's Building Hosting Jazz Brunch & "Day of Jubilee" First Friday

Sunday Music Series Coming to Stanley Marketplace

New Exhibit at the Aurora History Museum Looks at the "Rise of the Aurora Suburb During the Cold War"

Kids Encouraged to Sign Up for S.T.E.A.M.-Powered History Camp

Meet Aurora Public Library's New, "Bookie Monster"

Columbia Middle School Music Students Play On, Despite the Pandemic

New Children's Show, "Look, Listen & Learn" Coming to AuroraTV

Aurora Animal Shelter Requesting Hot Dog Donations

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5/26/2021
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AuroraTV Staff