Eric and Paula Peach will showcase a display of Ceramic Arts. They have been teaching a clay pottery class at Skyridge School and will also be displaying some of the students’ work. Be sure and take some time to view this special display.

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On November 16th Gus Thomson will be in the Beecher Room leading an hour on “Weird Auburn”. The Auburn Journal Media Life’s Gus Thomson can be reached at gust@goldcountrymedia.com. Also hear Thomson most Fridays at 6 p.m. on Dave Rosenthal’s drive-time radio show on KAHI 950 AM. He’s also a regular guest on Capital Public […]

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The FOL Board is always looking for ways to increase donations and financial support for our Library.  We are researching moving from “snail-mail” of these FOOTSTEPS to emailing it to you. Our FOL emails are now reaching ~500 people helping you to keep current on FOL activities. Reach out to margot@folauburn.org to ensure we have […]

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Susan Rushton, hostess for Auburn Library’s Silver Screen Classic Movies, will be discussing in depth her favorite movie scenes. Join us as she talks about Harry Lime’s hands thrust up through the sewer grate at the end of “The Third Man” or Walter Brennan’s snarl at Henry Fonda’s Wyatt Earp or Cary Grant and Ingrid […]

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This October volunteers from FOL Auburn will be in local classrooms reading to elementary students and promoting literacy. Reading in the Classroom was started in 1999 by FOL Auburn board members Barbara Covich and Peggy Dunievitz.  This program is going strong and many readers from the inaugural year continue to read to students promoting the […]

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To promote literacy and the love of reading – and foster a sense of community – by building free book exchanges worldwide: that’s the mission of the non-profit organization “Little Free Library.” The Literacy Support Council of Placer County sees LFLs as an important outreach tool for literacy awareness. Literacy Support Council volunteers have begun […]

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October Glass Case Displays!

On October 4, 2012 By

In October Johnna Hamber will be displaying a number of 4-H children’s projects from the Auburn Gold Country Fair that will be held in September.  The Glass Case will also feature a number of pictures showing 4-H projects and also a few project items.  Local 4-H projects can range from sewing and cooking to raising […]

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