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Aurora Now May 4, 2022

They’re mini but mighty. Two miniature horses stop by the AuroraTV studios to help promote the Southlands’ Kentucky Derby Celebration, and their owner also explains their roles as therapy animals. Plus, it’s a patchwork of love, friendship and fabric that’s spanned years.  Meet the Quilting Bee at the Aurora Center for Active Adults; learn more about a proposed measure that would ban thirsty grass in certain areas in Aurora and how it’ll help us save water; and it’s time to celebrate our Aurora Scholars. Those stories and many more this week on Aurora Now.

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April Was Our Driest Ever

More on Aurora’s Proposed Non-Functional Turf Ordinance

Take Part in the High Line Canal Cleanup

The High Plains Trail Connector Project Is Underway

The CU College of Nursing Hosts a Powerful Art Exhibit by Pediatric Nurses Sharing Their Grief and Joy During COVID

Aurora Celebrates its Aurora Scholars 

Take Part in the City’s Neighborhood Engagement Survey

Aurora Teams Up with Techno Rescue for Special E-cycle Pricing

PSA 2.0

PSA #2:APD’s Second Language Program

Meet the Aurora Center for Active Adults’ Quilting Bee

The Aurora Singers Season Finale Is a “Broadway Spectacular”

Take Part in, “Eat on Havana Street Week” and Explore, Experience and Eat

“Lindita’sKitchen” This Month Features Jalapeño Poppers, Dip and a Margarita Recipe

Celebrate the, "Summer of More" with the Gaylord Rockies Resort

PSA #3: Sign Up for CodeRED

PSA #4: Aurora Mental Health

Southlands' Is Hosting a, "Kentucky Derby Celebration"

Meet the Miniature Horses That'll Be at the Kids' Corral/Live Interview

Show Closer/Local Band, Montage

AuroraTV Staff