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Meet the people who make downtown tick. Learn who works in some of our architectural treasures, discover who keeps downtown looking beautiful, and see who you might pass on the street when you’re in the neighborhood. Join us in learning
Wednesdays at the Plaza, a free summer concert series, returns to downtown Aurora for three dates this summer. The concerts will be held at the gazebo at Millennium Plaza, 21 S. Stolp Ave., on June 20, July 18, and August
First Fridays includes an official Illinois Bicentennial Birthday Bash on June 1. The bash is from 6 to 7 p.m. at Millennium Plaza, 21 S. Stolp Ave. and includes birthday cake, a strolling magician, and singing plus food trucks. Also
SciTech Hands On Museum, 18 West Benton Street in Aurora, is hosting “Sustainable Choices,” a display from NRG! Exhibits. This interactive exhibit explores the concept of sustainability and the choices that each of us make as consumers. Sustainability, or meeting
Aurora Downtown presents the first restaurant week to celebrate downtown dining. Did you know that downtown Aurora boasts more than two dozen restaurants? Enjoy a week of discounts and specials that will only happen from August 1 through August 5.
Join us as we party in the street at First Fridays on Aug. 3. Stolp Island Block Party is from 6 to 10 p.m. Millennium Plaza Stage: Ron Porter Trio/Bones Jugs Food Trucks: A-Town Hot Dogs; Grumpy Gaucho; Foxy’s Ice
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Downtown Aurora is where it’s at with arts, culture, museums, and many more discoveries at every turn. Whether taking in a breathtaking stage performance or learning about the planetary sciences, we’ve got something for you. Find out more about where to visit and what to see in the City of Lights!