Do you like ‘bugs’? Want to learn more about them? Join local ‘bug’ enthusiast, Jon Wallace, and learn about the different live ‘bugs’ he raises and exhibits. During this program, you’ll get to see these animals up-close (if you dare), learn about their amazing behaviors and adaptations, and find out why they are considered the most successful group of animals that ever lived!
April 20, 11AM-12PM.
Chewonki’s Scales & Tales program will discuss the important role reptiles play in the natural world. With the help of live animals, real turtle shells, snake skins, skeletons and other reptilian artifacts, this program will give participants an opportunity to develop respect and a better understanding of these fascinating creatures.
December 28 at 11AM
Join Pat Masonheimer, Gab Wallace and their family as they lead children ages 3 through 12 in creating a gingerbread house of their very own.
*Space is limited; registration is required. Please register for only one session.
December 3 at 9:30 and 11:00 AM
Register for 9:30 session
Register for 11:00 session
Please call the Auburn Public Library Children’s Department for more information at 207-333-6640, ext. 3.
Join us for a drop in crafting program the 4th Wednesday of each month. We’ll provide a project that you can make and personalize. Best for kids in grades 2-6.
Come listen to stories with your child at the Auburn Public Library. Enjoy some fruit and juice. Each family will receive a free book to take home.
Kaaleg Dhagayso sheekooyinka. Adi iyo caruurtaada Kibareeriga Auburn Kuraaxeseyso qudaar, Cabitaan. Qoys kasta waxuu hela doonaa burg bilaash ah uu gunga u quaato.
Thursday, May 26 at 10AM.
What causes the wind to blow? Jeanne Lothridge will join us to help kids learn all about weather. She will make clouds and explain how rain is formed. Kids will also learn about the different types of clouds. Space is limited. Please register. May 20 at 4PM.
Join us for a special one-time Mother Goose Playgroup for children ages 0 – 6. Activities include Humpty Dumpty’s egg and spoon race, pin the tail on the sheep, Wee Willie Winkie’s pillow case race, and more. No registration is necessary for this free program. February 19, 10-11AM.
Children in grades K-6 are invited to come learn about our newest activity kit on the country of Canada. This program is part of our “Fun with French” series sponsored by the Ezra Jack Keats Foundation. Doris Bonneau will be here with stories and activities that will help children explore Canada.
Join us for some winter stories as part of the City of Auburn’s Winter Festival. We will share winter stories, create a craft, and enjoy some hot cocoa and cookies. We hope to see you here! Friday 10-11AM.
Other Winter Festival Activities at the Library:
Snowman Making – Friday, 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM Come and build a snowman (or a snowwoman) on the front lawn of the Library.
Free family movie: Minions -Saturday 1-3PM. Come join us as we celebrate Auburn’s Winter Festival with a free showing of the 2015 movie, Minions. Juice and crackers provided. Parents must stay with their child(ren) during the movie.
See the whole schedule of activities on the Winter Festival website!