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Aurora Now - September 02, 2020

Hitting the courts to serve up some fun! Not all Aurora sports are taking a time out this fall. Plus, the Battle for the Ballot, the Aurora History Museum reopens with an eye-opening exhibit about women’s suffrage; celebrating diversity and inclusion in the arts with a first-ever festival in Aurora and how CCA is helping Aurorans get back to work.  It’s all on Aurora Now.

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Council Member Proposes Raising the Minimum Wage In Aurora

CCA Helps Aurorans Get Back to Work

Aurora Closed for Furlough Day & Labor Day

Aurora Unveils a New Look for Website

Census 2020, “Trusted Voices,” Looks at Future Planning

Formal Proposal Submitted to Make Buckley AFB, US Space Command Headquarters

Aurora’s COVID Community Testing Site Open Daily

Out in Aurora Supports Businesses that Support LGBTQ

Aurora History Museum Reopens with Reservation System

An Up-Close Look at the “Battle for the Ballot” Exhibit

“Voices of Women” Exhibit at MLK, Jr. & Tallyn’s Reach Libraries

Aurora Public Libraries Are Open, Again, Too

Sign Up for PROS Preschool Program

PSA #1 – Census 2020, “They All Count”

PSA #2 – COVID, “Stronger Together”

Preview of 1st Ever, “New American Arts Festival”/ Interview

Update on Fox and Vintage Theatres

Rangeview Boys’ Tennis Returns

Aurora Mental Health Center Looking for Mentors

Children’s Hospital Colorado’s Milk Lab Saves Babies’ Lives

Vitalant Asking for Blood Donations for Expectant Moms

Aurora Fire Rescue Wants You to Wear a Life Jacket

Aurora Animal Shelter Looking for Help for Pup Play Groups

Show Closer/Reminder about Furlough/Labor Day Closures

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9/2/2020
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