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In the interest of our community’s health and safety, in-person programs at Aurora Public Library are cancelled until further notice; virtual programs are being hosted online.
All events are free and open to the public. Registration required when noted.
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Events for August 28, 2020   (view all events)
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Friday, Aug. 28, 10 a.m.
Join us for online storytime! We'll be reading, singing and having lots of fun weekdays on Facebook! 
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Friday, Aug. 28, 1:00 PM
Join us for a live book discussion on Facebook, where we share our thoughts and chat with you in this virtual book club!  This week we will be exploring true crime with the book "Alice + Freda Forever" by Alexis Coe. (Follow us on Facebook and turn on notifications under “Following” at the top of our page to get notified when we go live).  All of these books are available any time with your library card from hoopla digital!
Zoom online meeting
Friday, Aug. 28, 4:30 - 5:30 p.m

Join us for a fun community game night! This is the teen session, for grades 6-12. We’ll be playing Fibbage, a Jackbox trivia game where players try to create fake answers to real trivia questions that sound more believable than the truth. You will want to have a device (computer, tablet, or smartphone) that can connect to jackbox.tv in order to participate. You will not be asked to do anything like register, create an account, or download anything; you simply need to be able to view the website.

 

This program is being hosted via Zoom video conferencing. To receive the link to log on, please register and include your email address. The email with the log-in instructions will be sent out approximately 30 minutes before the scheduled meeting start time. The use of Zoom is at your own risk. Aurora Public Library is not liable for damage. If you are under 18, please be sure to have a guardian’s permission to participate in this online program. 

Zoom online meeting
Friday, Aug. 28, 6 - 7 p.m.

Join us for a fun community game night! This is the family/all-ages session. We’ll be playing Fibbage, a Jackbox trivia game where players try to create fake answers to real trivia questions that sound more believable than the truth. You will want to have a device (computer, tablet, or smartphone) that can connect to jackbox.tv in order to participate. You will not be asked to do anything like register, create an account, or download anything; you simply need to be able to view the website.

 

This program is being hosted via Zoom video conferencing. To receive the link to log on, please register and include your email address. The email with the log-in instructions will be sent out approximately 30 minutes before the scheduled meeting start time. The use of Zoom is at your own risk. Aurora Public Library is not liable for damage. If you are under 18, please be sure to have a guardian’s permission to participate in this online program. 

ZOOM - English Conve
Friday, Aug. 28, 6-730pm
or call 303-739-6630.
A free, weekly group meant to help with English language and American culture. Learn tips on pronounciation and American culture. Meet others also learning English and become comfortable speaking English in front of others. No registration is required. Call 303.739.6630 for more information.
Friday, Aug. 28, 6-7:30pm
or call 303-739-6630.
A free, weekly group meant to help with English language and American culture. Learn tips on pronounciation and American culture. Meet others also learning English and become comfortable speaking English in front of others. No registration is required. Call 303.739.6630 for more information.
Zoom online meeting
Friday, Aug. 28, 8 - 9 p.m.
or call 303-739-6630.

Join us for a fun community game night! This session is exclusively for adults. (If you would like to participate with younger children please attend the family session at 6pm.) We’ll be playing Fibbage, a Jackbox trivia game where players try to create fake answers to real trivia questions that sound more believable than the truth. You will want to have a device (computer, tablet, or smartphone) that can connect to jackbox.tv in order to participate. You will not be asked to do anything like register, create an account, or download anything; you simply need to be able to view the website.

 

This program is being hosted via Zoom video conferencing. To receive the link to log on, please register and include your email address. The email with the log-in instructions will be sent out approximately 30 minutes before the scheduled meeting start time. The use of Zoom is at your own risk. Aurora Public Library is not liable for damage. If you are under 18, please be sure to have a guardian’s permission to participate in this online program. 

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