As part of the Annual Aurora Chamber Street Festival, APL will be having a massive book and movie sale! Visit our tent in front of the Library, as well as the Magna Room to peruse our excellent selection of bargain-priced books and movies.
Tuesday Philosophy Club. Are you interested in philosophy? Drop by Aurora Public Library on the 4th Tuesday* of every month, beginning September 2018. In these presentations, expect a friendly and engaging atmosphere. No prior knowledge is required, only an active and open mind! Explore a new philosophy topic each month. New members always welcome.
The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part; It's been five years since everything was awesome and the citizens are facing a huge new threat: Lego Duplo invaders from outer space, wrecking everything faster than they can rebuild. (2019, 107 min, Rating G)
An ordinary LEGO construction worker, thought to be the prophesied as "special", is recruited to join a quest to stop an evil tyrant from gluing the LEGO universe into eternal stasis. (2014, 100 min, Rating G)
DIFRET has many shades of meaning in Ethiopia's native language, Amharic. It can mean "to dare" and "to have courage" but it can also mean "to be violated."
Like its title, the film represents many things. It's a work of fiction based on a true story of courage and change; it's one of the only films from Ethiopia shot on 35mm film; and it received international recognition in the form of executive producer Angelina Jolie Pitt. But above all, DIFRET tells the story about a traditional practice through the experience of one frightened girl caught in a whirlwind beyond her control.
Join us for a discussion led by Ronen Grunberg on Sweetness in the Belly.
Lilly, the main character in the book is the perpetual outsider, illustrating the alienation and longing of those who never feel at home anywhere. In Ethiopia, she is the white-skinned “faranj”; in England, the disconnected exile.
Tech & Culture; a club for the tech enthusiast and thinker. Are you passionate about technology? Join us to explore new technologies (with hands-on demonstrations) as well as to discuss the cultural, moral and existential impact of these technological changes on our day to day life. First Tuesday of the month, October-May. May 7
Aurora Public Library Camera Club, meets the last Thursday of each month, October to May. Swap tips with other photographers and videographers; topics will include choosing the right camera, lighting, publishing your photos online. New members welcome.