MINI PHOTO EXHIBIT: Located inside the Aurora Story exhibit on the second floor. Always free, donations appreciated. Exhibit for February-March-April: African American History in Aurora.
Six Aurora bakeries will compete in a blind taste-test to earn the title of Aurora's favorite donut. $3 for 6 donut tastes and a non-alcoholic beverage. Also: free tastes from…
Concurrent with the Memorial Day parade on Downer Place (Noon)
David L. Pierce Art and History Center, 20 E. Downer Pl., Aurora, IL 60505
Canteen workers will serve coffee and donuts.
The experiences of Aurorans who went off to fight in the First World War, as well as what life was like for those who stayed at home, will be on exhibit.
Aurora Museums After Dark welcomes visitors to downtown museums after hours on three Thursdays in 2018.
The Aurora Regional Fire Museum, SciTech Hands On Museum, G.A.R. Museum, The Pierce Center, and Santori Public Library stay open for an extra few hours for families to enjoy on March 29, June 21 and September 20.
The museums open from 5 to 8 p.m. for Aurora Museums After Dark. Admission is FREE!!!
First Fridays is a monthly offering of arts and culture in downtown Aurora. Visit participating venues and explore downtown on the first Friday of the month. First Fridays is art,…
Featuring the exhibit opening of Ethnicity and Diversity in Aurora, 1834 to the Present on the first floor and the Aurora Story on the second floor. Ethnicity and Diversity in Aurora, 1834…
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 on the high points and characteristics of this “city second to none”.