Auburn’s Winter Festival is a celebration of everything Winter. Winter is the longest of our four seasons here in Maine, so why not get out and enjoy it?
For more information and a complete schedule, please visit the City’s web site here.
The Library will host two events:
On Friday, Winter Stories & Crafts: 10:00 to 11:00am (Free) and on Saturday,Family Movie: 2:00pm (Free); Finding Dory
The Library will close at 1PM for New Year’s Eve on Saturday December 31. We will be closed all day on Monday January 2 in observance of the New Year’s Day holiday.
Voting is now open! We are nominated for the @Yelp Foundation Gives Local grant contest and need votes from our community to win up to a $5,000 grant. Will you help us?! Voting takes only a minute and doesn’t require a personal donation – just help the Yelp Foundation give away their grants! This funding could mean a lot for the Library. Please consider voting once per day today through December 9th. http://www.yfgiveslocal.org/me-portland/
The Library will be closed on Thursday November 24 for Thanksgiving Day. We will be open for regular hours the rest of that week.
The Library will be closed on Friday November 11 in observance of Veterans Day.
A book review by Faith Thompson
For years, Ivy has been bullied by her classmates, led by Ann. Now she has finally brought her complaint to her social studies teacher – who thinks that it would be a great opportunity to practice what they’ve been learning about American court systems and sets up a mock trial.
Ivy and her painfully shy lawyer, Daria, are to present an accusation against Ann and her friends. Ann and her lawyer, Owen, know that they don’t have anything to worry about – but the jury may end up being in favor of Ivy. And there’s only a couple of witnesses who know the truth – but which side will they take?
Find it in Auburn PL TEEN Fiction YA FIC Koss, A.
Auburn quilt artist Sheryl Whitmore will be our guest at next Friday’s ArtWalk L/A at the Auburn Public Library (9/30 from 5 to 8 p.m.). These must be seen in person to fully appreciate them. Hope you’ll stop by!
Please take 5 minutes to let us know how we can be better partners with science, technology, engineering and math — STEM.
Did you know that residents of Auburn, Lewiston and Minot may register or renew a card online to use for online services? This card may be activated for borrowing material by visiting the library and showing appropriate identification.
Free Cards: Free Auburn Public Library cards are issued for one year to:
- Residents of Auburn (including Danville), Minot and Lewiston
- Non-resident property tax payers of Auburn, Minot and Lewiston
- Students or employees of Auburn K-12 schools or the Minot public school k-12
- City employees of Auburn and Minot
- Active tutors and students of Literacy Volunteers Androscoggin
- Active volunteers in the BookReach program
- Non-resident library staff members and approved library volunteers.
Although Auburn Public Library cards are not issued to non-resident CMCC students, these students may borrow APL materials using their official student identification card by procedures agreed upon between APL and the CMCC library.
All other library cards are issued for a fee for specified durations of up to one year.
A single subscription card may be used by all members of an immediate family.
Current subscription fees are:
- $60 for one year
- $30 for 6 months
- $15 for 3 months
We cannot provide online registration for nonresident cards at this time.
Questions? Give us a call!
The Library will be closed for Labor Day on Monday September 5. Fall hours resume on Tuesday September 6.
Fall-Winter-Spring hours are:
Monday and Thursday 9AM-8PM
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9AM-6PM