Women's Rights Panel
Tues. Mar. 5th, 7:00 p.m. Free Tickets Available Jan. 5th
Participate in a stimulating discussion about women's struggle for equality. Explore, interact and imagine what we can do together. There will be a moderated panel followed by open floor Q&A.
The latest edition of Borealis is now available in the library and on stands around town. This edition is chock-full of events and activities for the whole family including March Break activities, author events, pop-up blues performances, and so much more! Pick up your copy today.
We're challenging Aurora families to read together everyday and we have just the book to get you started! This Is Not My Hat, by Jon Klassen, is a fabulous picture book that is fun for the whole family.
Read it together and participate in some of the free, related programs planned for January!
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In exploring his own lifelong love of the game of hockey, Stephen Smith sifts through hockey's literature, language and history in search of what hockey means to Canadians and why it distresses us even as we celebrate its glories.