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  • Doors Open Aurora
    Saturday August 16, 10am - 4pm


    The ‘doors are open’ as APL showcases our roots in the community and the new
    technologies that are part of the digital and DIY evolution of the modern library. Join us for a High Tech Petting Zoo, Time Travel Photo-Op, or participate in the DIY Kids Recycle Lab.

  • TD Summer Reading Club
    Sign up today!

    Eureka! The TD Summer Reading Club is here. Read books, win prizes and have tons of fun!  Need some help finding that perfect book? We have lots of suggestions! Watch this short video for some super silly reads or stop by  the Children's Desk to pick up our list of kid-approved Summer Favourites that were chosen by our very own Aurora kids!
     

  • Dogs: paintings by Kim Steffen


    An artist who has held studios in Italy, England and New York, Steffen can now be found teaching art at the Aurora Montessori School, where she is dedicated to helping shape a new generation of artists. Her series, Dogs, is a fun and funky show in the pop art tradition that you won’t want to miss. Enjoy a video and learn more about the artist and her inspiration!

    On exhibit in the Colleen Abbott Gallery: July 7th – August 9th

Of interest

Want to make awesome stuff at your library?
APL is running teen sessions on 3D Printing in July and August. Adult sessions resume in September.
Four new computers with CAD programs have been installed at two new computer bars on the first floor. Pick up your guide to 3D printing and get started today.
Print jobs can be sent to:
www.library.aurora.on.ca/form/3d-printing

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Resources

We Recommend

Mark Sakamoto
The heart-rending true story of Ralph MacLean and Mitsue Sakamoto as the Second World War rips their lives and their humanity out of their grasp. But somehow, these two brave individuals surmounted such enormous transgressions and learned to forgive.
Peter Norman
Lance has never been able to read. When a postcard offers him a job at Emberton Dictionary, he goes for an interview, hoping someone at this prestigious bastion of language can teach him. Behind the revolving doors of the Emberton Tower, Lance finds only more mysteries.