Learn about the rich history of the Wakamatsu Tea and Silk Farm Colony near Coloma in the Friends of the Auburn Library NOON Program on Friday, March 3, 2017. Presented by Melissa Lobach and members of the American River Conservancy the free one-hour event will showcase the first Japanese Colony on North America established in […]

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Auburn Winter Storytelling Festival and Friends of Auburn Library partnered on January 28, 2017 to present stories on stage and in free books given to children attending.

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Pat McCandless and Karen Lusignan, members of the Foothill Quilters Guild, will present “Not Your Grandmothers Quilt!” on February 3, 2017, at the Friends of Auburn Library NOON Program. They will give some history of quilting showing quilts from other eras and then show modern quilts pointing out the differences in patterns and execution. McCandless who develops her own […]

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Beecher Room Art Show

On January 17, 2017 By

Craig Johnson, March featured artist, writes, “Although I have joined the digital age, I started with film…I took travel, wedding, sports, artisan, and performance art photographs and then worked in my darkroom to translate the images to encapsulated events. My darkroom is now dry and electronic, but many of the same techniques are there: burn, dodge, […]

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  Friends of Auburn Library NOON Program on January 20, 2017 features returning speaker, Mike Maginot, film reviewer and online blogger. Maginot will present “Artsy Cell Phone Photos” showing the audience how to take and share photos and videos with smart phones that can be artistic and a joy to the receiver.

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Friends of Auburn Library biggest fundraiser is the “We Love Our Library” dinner set for January 29, 2017 in main lobby of the Auburn Library. The event brings together many local supporters for one evening to enjoy appetizers, wine, a Bootleggers Restaurant dinner and dessert. The Silent Auction with many donations from local businesses and […]

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Ukulele teacher Dan Scanlon, also known as Cool Hand Uke, will be the featured performer on December 2 at the FOL NOON Program in the Beecher Room of the Auburn Library. Scanlon will talk about the history of ukuleles, play traditional music and seasonal tunes. Attendees are urged to bring their own ukes for a […]

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Everything you could possibly want to know about chocolate just in time for the holidays. Sherry Couzens will talk about chocolate history, storing, non-dessert options and just possibly tasting. NOON Program November 18 in the Beecher Room of Auburn Library, 350 Nevada Street, Auburn.

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