Join us on Wednesday July 22nd at 10 am to meet Auburn Police Department Corporal Kris Bouchard and his canine partner, Dutch. Dutch is a pure-bred German Shepard and has been trained at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy along with his handler, Corporal Bouchard. They will give a demonstration of how he and Dutch work together to keep our community safe. Free. For more information, please call the library at 333-6640 ext.3
Exercise your mind, muscles, character and your superpowers at our drill stations to earn your Champion Character Superhero Certificate! Come make superhero masks, capes and crafts, listen to a story and earn your superhero status on Tuesday, July 21st at 1 pm in the Androscoggin Room. Come join the fun. This program is best for school aged children. Costumes are encouraged, but not necessary.
Thursday,July 16th @ 1pm Michael Parent, Lewiston native and renowned storyteller-singer, offers a program of stories and songs based on the theme “Every Hero Has A Story.” Michael’s stories will explore such questions as, “Where do Heroes Come From?” and “What are Unsung Heroes?” We hope you will join us for this wonderful free program.
The Auburn Public Library will kick of its 2015 summer reading program with a Mad Science Super Science Show on Monday evening , June 22nd at 6 pm in the Androscoggin Community Room.
If you are ready for some Super Science come join Mad Science of Maine at the Auburn Public library as they demonstrate some of the coolest science super powers. Check out the Mad Science utility belt, using parabolic ears and laser modulators to show that the human powers of perception are greatly expanded by science. Witness spontaneous combustion and watch them balance a unique amount of metal objects on their lab coats. Unravel the conundrum of “Super Speed”. Shoot a superhero out of a tube and witness what happens when the law of inertia is applied to this highly coveted super power! Learn the Super Strength of Non Newtonian Fluid, witness an unexpected object change color at random, and explore telepathic powers with a mad scientist.
This show is best for children 5 and older Come to the show and sign up for our summer reading program Free. For more information, please call the library at 333-6640 ext.3
We hope you will join us on Tuesday, July 28th at 11 am for a free family concert with our friend and talented Maine musician Rob Duquette in the Androscoggin Room. Come join the fun! All are welcome.