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"I am sure of this, that by going much alone a man will get more of a noble courage in thought and word than from all the wisdom that is in books."

—Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-82) American writer, philosopher, poet, essayist

 

Welcome to the Auburn Public Library

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Enjoy reading or listening to the classics, best sellers, fiction, and non-fiction. Check out an old movie, relax with your favorite magazine, research your family tree, do your taxes, play solitaire, or build a lego tower with your little one. There are endless possibilites!

Check us out, the options are endless!

 


 


Resources - Work or do research, relax and play, from the office or from home, anytime:
  • Wireless Internet/Hot Spot, 7 Internet ready computers
  • Genealogy/ Comprehensive birth & Obit. files
  • Best Sellers, Classics, Magazines
  • Fiction, Non Fiction, Children, Junior, Young Adult, and Adult materials
  • Books on Cassette and Compact Disc, Large Print materials
  • Videos, DVDs, Music CDs
  • Public  Fax machines
  • Public Color Copier
  • Interlibrary Loan service
  • Public Meeting room
  • Home of the Auburn Veteran's Resource Center
  • Children's play area, puppet theater, listening center, and art center
  • "Dutch Leonard Hometown" display and memorabilia
  • Rock and Shell collection donated by Lou Sandage

 


Whats going on?

- Check out the calendar


 

Have a Question?

Ask your local librarian a question anytime.

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OCLC_FirstSearch

FirstSearch is an online service that gives users access to a rich collection of reference databases. (Please contact your local library for login information.)


 

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