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See what you have checked out, renew items and pay fines, or request materials from any library in the C/WMARS system!

 



Tech Services



Check out what we have in the library and what you can access from home on your computer or mobile device




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





Check out some of our newest books
and materials...


New York Times

This Week






Reader's Advisory
Websites
The right book 
for the right person 
at the right time


Staff Pick


This month's book picked by:
Marie


Mango Languages  



 


Google



The garage will be closed today Friday October 24rd due to rain.

 
Staff will be available to answer questions, renew items, place holds etc. via phone or through the "Contact Us” form on this website. 

 
We apologize for the inconvenience. 


Library Renovation

Beginning October 6th the main library building will be closed due to renovations. 

During this time, weather permitting, the Library will be open in the garage from 9:30-5:30, Monday through Friday for Library services including: checkout of new materials; book returns; computer access (30 min. limit) and hold pickups.

The garage is located behind the building. Call the library or check back at this website for more information.

We hope to return to the building by the end of October. We are excited to show you our remodeled library!



Fine Amnesty Days



October 16th and 23rd

Come visit us in the garage and return 
any overdue material.

Fines will be waived on items belonging to 
the Auburn Public Library.


Ghostly Photographs
October 29, 6:30 pm  



Julie Griffin will talk about her true experiences as a paranormal  photographer.  She will show examples of her photographs as well as  discuss her photography techniques.



Somewhere in the Western Pacific
November 3, 6:30 pm 



Worcester native Marie Sturdevant will discuss her recent book based on letters her WWII veteran father wrote during the time he served in the US Army Air Corps. Sgt Sven Louis Sandstrom was "an ordinary man living in extraordinary times.”
 



 Reflections from the Pacific Crest Trail
November 18, 6:30 pm




Wendy Johnston has hiked both the Pacific Crest Trail and the Appalachian Trail. Join us for a powerful talk focused on the lessons that she learned and the obstacles she overcame on her 5 months on the PCT, as well as a visual representation of her journey through photos taken along the way. A question and answer session will follow. It is Wendy’s hope that you will leave inspired and encouraged to follow your own dreams!



Family Magic Show
November 19, 6:30 pm



Presented by Ed Popielarczyk, join us for a fabulous magic show!  Fun for kids of all ages.  Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.


Evening Book Discussion Group

Uninvited Guests

By Sadie Jones



The Evening Book Discussion Group will meet on Thursday, November 13th to talk about this book.


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



Fall calendar of events


Click here to see our Fall 2014 Children's Room Newsletter for info about story times and all of our events. Some events require registration. Call or visit the library to sign up!




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!


The Auburn Library now offers 



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