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A final look at historic aerial photographs of Aurora and the debut of an original song, “Aurora Strong”, will be the focus of the closing reception for the Aurora Historical Society exhibit, “Aurora From the Air”. The reception, with light
Ballydoyle Irish Pub along with the Aurora Firefighters Local 99 and the Association of Professional Police Officers is hosting a day-long event benefiting the families of the victims and the officers who were wounded at the Henry J. Pratt Co.
Bialystock and Bloom are in business in the City of Lights with a hit. “The Producers” opened at the Paramount Theatre in downtown Aurora on February 6. The almost-20-year-old Broadway smash hit raked in a dozen Tony Awards, and it
Aurora Downtown announced the music lineup for the May 3 Food Truck Festival on Wednesday. Todd Kessler headlines this year’s event at 7:30 p.m. at the Millennium Plaza gazebo stage on Stolp Avenue in downtown Aurora. Fans of NBC’s The
First Fridays is art, music, and more on Feb. 1. Join us as we kick off First Fridays for the 2019 season. Enjoy several venues open to the public for a night of art and culture in downtown Aurora. Free!
The first ever Pride Weekend in Aurora, Ill. is coming to downtown Aurora on June 7, 8, and 9. The weekend kicks off with a pride themed First Fridays on June 7; prideful folks will be running through the streets
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Downtown Aurora is where it’s at with art, culture, museums, and many more discoveries at every turn. Whether taking in a breathtaking stage performance 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 City of Lights!