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Trick or treat in downtown Aurora on Saturday, Oct. 26 from noon to 3 p.m. Visit participating downtown businesses and enjoy kid-friendly treats. This is a free, inclusive event for all ages. Costumes are welcome! The fun:*Visit participating businesses for
First Fridays is art, music, and Day of the Dead on November 1. Visit several venues open to the public for a night of art, food, and culture in downtown Aurora. Free! First Fridays Food Truck Food Court is open!
The fall fundraiser for the Aurora Historical Society will be a Halloween party featuring costumes, food, dancing and historical characters. The party will be Friday, October 18, 2019 at One East Benton, a 1904 building that was formerly the public
Something witchy will be in the air at First Fridays on October 4. Stop by the night of art, music, and more in downtown Aurora and enjoy tarot card readings, jazz, and a sneak peek of Amy Morton’s new restaurant,
Aurora Regional Fire Museum will host a Community Hero Day and Touch-a-Truck on Saturday, October 5 from 10am-2pm. Community Hero Day is a free, community event. The signature of the event is a Touch-a-Truck with vehicles from twelve different organizations
First Fridays is art, music, and more on September 6. Stop by Roots Aurora 2019 plus several venues open to the public for a night of art, food, and culture in downtown Aurora. Free! First Fridays Food Truck Food Court
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Enjoy art, culture, museums, and many more discoveries at every turn. Whether taking in a breathtaking stage performance, shopping for home decor, or learning about the planetary sciences, we’ve got something for you. Find out more about where to visit and what to see in the heart of the City of Lights!