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  • New and Improved!

    As of June 15, Aurora Public Library will have a new website and URL. The new design will allow for easy access and navigation on your computer, smartphone or tablet. The focus is on the user experience - clean, modern and easy-to-navigate. Plus, the new URL www.aurorapl.ca is so much easier to remember!


  • Borealis Summer Edition

    Hot Off the Press!

    The latest edition of Borealis is now available. Chock-full of amazing summer events and news including the TD Summer Reading Club, OneBookOneAurora and so much more. This is an edition you do not want to miss. Check it out online or pick up a copy on stands around Town!


  • 2015 OneBookOneAurora
    Start your reading!

                                                            
    The 2015 OneBookOneAurora project is officially underway. This year's selection is Burmese Lessons by Karen Connelly. Portable libraries have once again been set up at various locations around town and we invite you to pick up a copy, read it and bring it back for the next person to discover.

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Resources

We Recommend

Alexandra Grigorescu
20-year-old Hannah must confront the deadly spirits that haunt the swamp where she lives and the dark secrets of her past after her mysterious birth mother comes back into her life.
Marilyn Churley

Former Ontario cabinet minister Marilyn Churley reveals her long and difficult battle to reform adoption disclosure laws and find her son.