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  • Author Event: Maureen Jennings
    Wed. Oct. 15, 7:00 p.m.


    Join us for an evening of mystery and intrigue with Maureen Jennings, best-selling author of the wildly popular Murdoch Mysteries. Jennings will present her new book, No Known Grave, the latest in her WWII- era Inspector Tom Tyler series. A Q&A and book signing will follow. Free tickets available at the Adult Information Desk.

  • All-Candidates Meeting
    Sunday, October 5th, 2:00 p.m.

    Aurora Town Hall, Council Chambers


    Aurora Public Library is hosting an All-Candidates Meeting as an information service for the community. The meeting will take place at Aurora Town Hall, 100 John West Way, in Council Chambers on Sun. Oct. 5th, 2:00 p.m. All are welcome. We invite you to come and become informed for the upcoming election.


  • Consciousness:
    Mixed Media Installation


    With a mutual passion for colour and design, artists Sue Foerster and Lilian Ghazarian play with pigment, form and medium, expressing the energy within our collective realities in this unique and engaging installation.

    Enjoy a video  to learn more about the artists and their inspiration for this exhibit.

    On exhibit in the Colleen Abbott Gallery from September 22nd – November 2nd.

Of interest

Enter to WIN an iPad Mini! Tell us your favourite title on Hoopla.
It can be a movie, TV show, audiobook or album.
Visit us on Facebook, Twitter or in the library for details.
Contest closes Thursday October 30. Draw will be held Friday October 31.
Limit one entry per person.



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J.L. Granatstein
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