The Friends of Auburn Library have been formally advised that the Union Pacific Foundation board has approved a $2,500 grant for 2011 to supplement Auburn Library’s history and reference collections. In a notification letter, Robert W. Turner, UP Foundation president said a representative will contact the group in July to arrange for delivery of the […]

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Sign Up for Bus Trip June 29:  PICASSO! $65. The de Young hosts an extraordinary exhibition of more than 100 masterpieces by Spanish artist Pablo Picasso (1881–1973) from the permanent collection of Paris’ world-renowned Musée National Picasso. The once-in-a-lifetime exhibition, made possible only because of the temporary closure of the Musée Picasso until 2012 for […]

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NOON Program Friday, April 1

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Arnold Kuntz will present “The Wit and Wisdom of Abraham Lincoln” and will demonstrate to the audience that Lincoln was, in fact, a witty, as well as a wise President.

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FOL’s membership year is May 1st through April 30th.  All regular members will receive a renewal notice in April.  We thank you for your support of the Library and its programs.  We encourage you to send in your renewal form and membership donation quickly.

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The February 18 NOON will help as April 15 approaches get up-to-date with Larry Rolufs’ presentation, “Your Money and You”. A Placer High School alum, Rolufs received his BS from Cal Poly and returned to Auburn as production manager of the Auburn Journal from 1963-1965. In 1967 he joined the Federal Treasury Department serving in […]

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Saturday, May 14, 2011 Great Books Council of San Francisco Presents… Second Gold Country Nonfiction Mini-Retreat For more information call Donna at (916) 797-8561 or go to www.greatbooks-sf.com Mercy Center Auburn, 535 Sacramento Street Auburn, CA 95603 Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil By John Berendt Buy the Paperback ISBN-10: 0679751521E On New […]

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Used Book Sale Today

On February 5, 2011 By
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The state Historic Resources Commission recently approved the two Auburn Public Library and Multiple Property nominations prepared for the National Register of Historic Places. The Auburn Public Library was the first of three Carnegie Libraries in Placer County and the only one not yet listed on the National Register. The Library also served as the […]

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