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  • 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. Both women and men are invited to attend.

  • Let's Read: Family Literacy Project

    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!

  • Apply to serve on the next term of the Aurora Public Library Board

    Are you passionate about APL and believe in its importance and value to the community?
    Come to a public information session and learn about the role and responsibilities of being a Board member

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