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Fri, Sep 4, 2015
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Upcoming Events

 7:00pm
Faculty Speaker Series: Heidi Schlumpf, Associate Professor of Communication, presents "What You Should Know Before Pope Francis Visits the U.S." - Perry Theatre | 349 S. Gladstone Ave.
Learn how Pope Francis is taking the Catholic Church in a new (actually old) direction, resulting in much positive public relations for the ... more
 7:00pm
Film: Prison Terminal: The Last Days of Private Jack Hall - Crimi Auditorium | 1347 Prairie St.
This film chronicles the story of a terminally-ill inmate who lives out the final days of a life sentence. Discussion led by Academy Award-n... more
 7:30pm
Main Stage: David McCullough presents "The Wright Brothers" - Crimi Auditorium | 1347 Prairie St.
Two-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize David McCullough shares the dramatic story-behind-the-story about the courageous brothers who taught t... more
 All Day
Exhibit Opens: Wendell Minor's America - Schingoethe Center | 1315 Prairie St.
Minor, an Aurora native, will officially open the new home of the Schingoethe Center of Aurora University with an exhibition featuring origi... more
 7:30pm
Special Presentation: Wendell Minor: "Heartland Boy" - Crimi Auditorium | 1347 Prairie St.
Wendell Minor is internationally recognized for his art created for books depicting a strong sense of time and place. His time and place beg... more
 12:00pm
Music: Woodstock Mozart Festival presents Mozart: The First Ten Years - Crimi Auditorium | 1347 Prairie St.
Every year, the historic Woodstock Opera House hosts the Woodstock Mozart Festival. Now, its superb orchestra and world class artists bring ... more
 7:00pm
Film: It (1927 silent film) featuring Jay Warren on Organ - Crimi Auditorium | 1347 Prairie St.
This romantic comedy tells the story of a shop girl who sets her sights on the handsome and wealthy boss of the department store where she w... more
 7:30pm
Music: Choir Festival featuring the Compositions of Paul Carey - Crimi Auditorium | 1347 Prairie St.
Aurora University Choirs and invited ensembles from the region perform the music of Illinois native Paul Carey, an accomplished, award-winni... more
 7:30pm
Music: Choir Festival featuring the Compositions of Paul Carey - Crimi Auditorium | 1347 Prairie St.
Aurora University Choirs and invited ensembles from the region perform the music of Illinois native Paul Carey, an accomplished, award-winni... more
 7:30pm
Main Stage: Stephanie Blythe, Mezzo-soprano, and Craig Terry, piano, present "As Long as There are Songs" - Crimi Auditorium | 1347 Prairie St.
The vocal beauty and communicative powers of Stephanie Blythe and the sensitive and stylish piano playing of Craig Terry combine to express ... more