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  • Local Colour Aurora: group exhibit
    Colleen Abbott Gallery, 2nd floor
    April 20 - June 6

    Painting en Plein Air
    Saturday 25
    10 am - 3 pm

    This new exhibit by Local Colour Aurora showcases original paintings by some of Aurora's most vibrant artists. Visitors will enjoy landscapes, portraits, still life and whimsical pieces that are as unique and diverse as the artist who painted them.

    Local Colour Aurora will be putting a spin on the notion of painting en plein air by setting up their easels at the library on Saturday, April 25 from 10 am - 3 pm. Come out and engage with the artists as they paint everyday scenes of library life.
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    Documentary Film Festival
    Upcoming Screening

    Join fellow film buffs for the final evening of our documentary film festival.

    Monday April 27:  Blackfish

    7:00 p.m.
    Optimist Room, 2nd floor


  • BOREALIS SPRING EDITION


    The newest edition of Borealis is now available. It is chock-full of events, activities and library news! Browse through our online edition or pick up a copy on stands around town.

Of interest

Aurora Public Library is pleased to partner with the Amnesty International Book Club.
Each month read acclaimed Canadian books dealing with human rights issues.
Follow the reading list on your own or download the discussion guide to share with friends.

This month's selection is Sweetland by Michael Crummey.

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Resources

We Recommend

Kate Riordan
A haunting and richly imagined dual-narrative historical novel tells the story of two women from very different eras who are united by the secrets hidden within the walls of an English manor house.
Cathie Borrie
An autobiography of Cathie Borrie who cared for her mother Jo while Jo suffered from Alzheimer's disease.