The NOON Program has been a staple of the Friends of Auburn Library since the 1970’s when Jean Couzens, head librarian, came up with the idea to invite members of the community, especially working people, to the library during their lunch hour. Couzens started the NOON Programs by inviting speakers to talk while the audience ate! The idea proved successful and over the years has expanded to include a wide variety of topics from travel, to crafts, to health and music.  The event is always the first and third Fridays each month except in September and January (third only) and December (first only) from September to May.

There is no charge. The programs start at 12 noon and run one hour to 1 pm. Guests may bring their lunch.

We have the first Fall Noon Program on September 15. Gary Noy, Historian and Author, will present “One Woman’s Journey” , the story of Luzena Stanley Wilson. As always, it is at the Beecher Room from 12:00-1:00 P.M.


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