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Aurora Now - October 7, 2020

It’s so much more than a shoe! See how a new exhibit at the Town Center at Aurora is helping kids change the world, one step, and one stroke, at a time. Plus, how Aurora’s Gateway Domestic Violence Services offers help and hope; City Council approves a new emergency response program and how to find a furry friend at the Aurora Animal Shelter during the pandemic. Those stories and more this week on Aurora Now.


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City Council Approves a New Emergency Response Pilot Program

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month/Gateway Domestic Violence Services

More on the City’s New Alert Provider, CodeRED

RTD Hosting Virtual Meetings on Proposed Service Changes

APS’s Rico Munn Is a Finalist for a National Educator Award

There Are New & Safe Ways to Vote in Aurora

First “Aurora Day of Giving” Is a Success

City’s New COVID Rapid Testing Site Is Now Open

Quincy Reservoir Reopens Oct. 10th Following Algae Treatment

W.A.M.O.S. Has a New Exhibit at the Town Center

The Dragon’s Den at Lyn Knoll Elementary

Preview of, “Connected Colorado” with Wendy Brockman

PSA #1 – Volunteer for Aurora’s Boards & Commissions

Checking In with Aurora Animal Care

Reminder about the Pet Vaccination Clinic at the Town Center

How to Have a Fun & Pandemic Safe Halloween

Mark Your Calendar for PROS’ “Boos Cruise”

Get Your Tickets Now for Christmas Events at the Gaylord Rockies

It’s Time to Sponsor a Wreath for the “Festival of Wreaths”

Baba & Pop’s Now Offers Sunday Brunch with a 50oz Bloody Mary

APS Foundation’s Gala Raises Money for College & Career Centers

Show Closer/Jade Davidson Performs at the APS Gala

AuroraTV Staff