An exhibit of historic quilts from the collection of the Aurora Historical Society will be on display.
The visiting curator for the exhibit, Erin Howard, says that of the numerous quilts owned by the society, the two dozen she has chosen reflect some aspect of art, history or community.
One of the perks of being a member of the Aurora Historical Society is members-only private events.
Admission free, donations welcomed. A comprehensive exhibit of 175 years of Aurora history. Come wander through Aurora as you have never seen it, beginning with Native American dwellings and touching…
Visit the Gift Shop located in the David L. Pierce Art & History Center to pick up your Uniquely Aurora clothing, collectibles, postcards, posters, and more! The majority of our items…
Show off your costume magic and enjoy an evening of food, drink, dancing, and festivity at our first-ever Halloween fundraiser.
Trick or treat in downtown Aurora on Saturday, Oct. 26 from noon to 3 p.m. Visit participating downtown businesses and enjoy kid-friendly treats.
Laura McDowell Hopper, a historian, curator, writer and quilter, will speak about quilts and quilting at the Aurora Historical Society’s fall exhibit at the Pierce Art and History Center on Sunday, October 27, 2019 at 3:00pm.
From the Aurora Salvation Army Advisory Board: The Aurora Salvation Army Advisory Board welcomes you to join us for refreshments and entertainment at the 2019 RED KETTLE KICKOFF! At the Paramount…
Located in the display case on the first floor of the David L. Pierce Art & History Center, the mini photo exhibit shows scenes from Aurora in 1969.
Join the Aurora Historical Society as we pay tribute to our Veterans.