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Aurora Public Library - Santori Branch

101 South River Street


Beginnings are important. Rare is the child who does not ask, “Where did I come from?” or the religion without a story of genesis. With long-standing institutions like the public library, we may forget that there was a time when they were not, but, of course, they too had their beginnings. In Aurora, the call for a public library came early. The discussion began in 1838, only a year after the town’s establishment. 


Patricia Salazar

Saturday, June 23, 2018
So comfortable,clean,relaxing place and people are very friendly ,I recently got my library card and the lady who help me was very kind!

Dina Turkmani

Saturday, April 21, 2018
Racist library. They put up an extremely bold racist poem by “professor” George Miller. Absolutely disgusting. So happy to see all the people that spoke out against it. Whoever considered this to be a good idea should be questioned. (And even better, fired) I recommend keeping your kids (and yourself) away from this hate mongering environment. Find a sister library near by.

Kk Nash

Wednesday, March 28, 2018
I love to go here all the time. The librarians are really nice and one of them teach at my school. The design is modern and it really clean.

Livia Byrne

Tuesday, May 22, 2018
I think the study rooms and rentable chromebooks are pretty lit. I'm currently typing this in a study room, from a chromebook. Very nice!

Castaneda Eduardo

Wednesday, May 30, 2018
The Liberian is so rude se told us to sut up or we will call securatey and will have to live in a very rude why

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