Living With Intention, March 10 (Zoom)

Wednesday March 10, 4:30-5:30PM via Zoom

Often confused, intentional living is different from setting goals.  Intentions prioritize our emotions and how we want to show up in the world daily.  They are the commitments that empower us to remain in the present moment, foster better relationships, and live with emotional balance.  Intentional living is what John Maxwell described as “living your best story.”  

Join Mellow Mainer Meditation for a virtual workshop on how living intentionally can create greater joy.   Each participant will receive a handout to use to start their journey towards living with intention.

To register for this workshop, which will be presented via Zoom, contact the Reference Desk at 207-333-6640, ext. 4, or email  

Slow Flow Yoga, April 6-May 11

Take some time to slow down and dive deeper into the poses, while gaining strength, flexibility, and core balance.  Use the power of your breath to slowly move through your practice with intention and introspection in this vinyasa style class.  This is a moderately challenging class where pose variations will be offered to help everyone find their unique level of success.  Have a yoga mat, a yoga block or two, and wear comfortable clothes that will allow you to move well.  Take some time for yourself to move and breathe with grace, poise, and ease.

Learn more about our instructor, Rachel Legendre, at

This class will take place virtually via Zoom.  To register or if you have any questions, contact the Reference Desk at 207-333-6640, ext. 4, or email  Be sure to give your email address when registering; you will be sent a link to the class prior to the first class for which you are registered.

LOCATION: Online via Zoom- Call reference department to register

Browsing appointments start Feb. 16

The Auburn Public Library will reopen for browsing on a limited basis starting February 16. We are very pleased to welcome our customers back into the building.

To make an appointment for browsing, please call the Lending Desk at 333-6640, ext. 2 or the Childrens’ Department at ext. 3.

We will be limiting the number of customers in the building, so we strongly encourage advance reservations. In addition, we will be limiting families with children to one family/household at a time. Browsing will be limited to 30 minutes per day. Those who also have computer appointments will be limited to a total of one hour in the library.

The library will be open for browsing Monday-Friday, 10AM-6PM; and Saturdays 9AM-1PM. Please note that on Saturdays, we will not have public computers available and only limited Reference services.

We will continue to offer curbside pickup, and to take requests through email, phone, or through our online catalog. If you prefer to limit your time in the building, we are happy to prepare your items for pick up prior to your arrival.

We look forward to seeing you!

LAST WEEK! Winter reading challenge

Library Clue

January 4-February 26

Like any good mystery, the board game Clue relies on the detective determining the suspect, murder weapon and location of the crime. For our winter reading challenge, collect “clues” by reading books that relate to the characters, weapons and settings listed below.  At the end, we will randomly draw a suspect, murder weapon and location for our “crime”. If you’ve read a book related to all three, you will win a fabulous prize! The more “clues” you collect, the greater the chance of finding the correct ones.

Ask us for a brochure to log your reading (we can add it to your curbside order or mail it to you) or join online at our Beanstack site (

Characters: Read a book with a cover the color of the character, or with the name or color in the title.

  • Miss Scarlet (red)
  • Colonel Mustard (yellow)
  • Mrs. White (white)
  • Mr. Green (green)
  • Mrs. Peacock (blue)
  • Professor Plum (purple)

Weapons: Read a book that features the weapon, has a picture on the cover, or the word in the title.

  • Dagger or Knife
  • Candlestick
  • Revolver (or gun/pistol/etc.)
  • Rope

Rooms: Read a book that takes place at least partially in the room, or has the name of the room in the title.

  • Kitchen
  • Dining Room
  • Library
  • Study
  • Hall

For the virtual display of books for these prompts, please click here. It will be updated weekly with new books,

Fun Stuff for Kids Online!


Audible–Listen to free eaudiobooks at

Cloud Library — Log in with your library card number.

Here is a list of websites you might find useful to help your children during any school closures.




  • Jbrary: Storytime Songs and fingerplays to share with your little ones
  • Resources for families during the Pandemic from Common Sense Media