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There are currently vacancies in several Auburn town boards and committees. Click the image above to find more information about them.

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Friends of the Auburn Public Library
Informational Meeting

August 19th and 21st   6:00 pm 

Help us rebuild our friends group!

Both nights will cover the same materials, including:
 What would we like to do as a group?
How will we accomplish our goals?
Who will lead us?
When will we meet? 

If you would like to join the Friends of the Auburn Public Library fill out and return the application form or get one at the Circulation desk.

Evening Book Discussion Group

The Cuckoo's Calling

  By Robert Galbraith

The Evening Book Discussion Group will meet on Thursday, September 11 to talk about this book.

New members are always welcome. Please notify staff if you are interested in joining the Evening Book Club.

Color Scape with Lou Pingitore

September 25   7:00 pm 

Innovative abstract expressionist photographer, Louis Henri Pingitore, will be presenting his work along with musical guests Dennis Sullivan (Vibraphones) Penpa Tsering (Flute) and Obrogaio (Keyboards) followed by a short film featuring Pingitore's work with original music composed by Josh Hummel.  

Prints will be available for sale during the evening with a portion of the funds going to benefit the Friends of the Library.  

To see more of Pingitore's work you can visit:

Pass Now Available!

Half-price daytime admission for up to four people.
See a member of staff for more info or to
reserve your pass today!

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Auburn Cultural Council


English Conversation Class
Mondays 5:30-6:30 

The Auburn Library will host a free English Conversation Class from that gives beginning English speakers an opportunity to learn and practice new words.

Knitting Group
Mondays 11 A.M.
Wednesdays 6:30 P.M.
Drop in - no registration required
All skill levels welcome!

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