Noon Speaker Program:  NOON Speaker Series is FREE and open to the public. We encourage you to bring a sack lunch and a friend and join us in the Beecher Room at the Auburn Library.   The noon to 1pm 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.  (Click here to see the schedule of speakers)

Great Books:  Program for readers interested in selections from the Great Books Foundation.  Join us on the second Tuesdays of the month from 1-3 pm in the Beecher Room. (Click here to see more information on this program)

Used Book Sale:  Used Book Sales of the Friends of Auburn Library resumed in July of 2022.  The used book sales are 9am-3pm on the first Tuesday and the following Saturday of each month except when interrupted by holidays.  Donations are accepted during the sales.  Donations are also accepted on the following Tuesdays & Saturdays from 9am-1pm except for the final week of each month.  Do NOT leave books on days when the annex is closed.  (Click here for more information on the used book sale)  [The annex will be closed to donations from December 18th through January 7th for the Christmas/New Years Holidays. Donation days will be January 3 (Tuesday) and January 7th (Saturday)  The January sale dates will be Tuesday, January 10, 2023 and Saturday, January 14, 2023.]

Annual Dinner and Raffle:  Exciting annual dinner and raffle program.  Two hundred plus patrons enjoy a great evening celebrating the FOL’s Annual Dinner. The event includes a tasty assortment of appetizers, great food at The Ridge Event Center along with a nice selection of raffle items.   All proceeds benefit the library.  

Reading in the Classroom:  A  volunteer program for reading to elementary children.  Each Volunteer reader chooses his/ her own reading material to read to a class (grades K-5), spending about 30 minutes with the students. Those of you who have participated in the past will receive a reader’s request form by mail. New readers are welcome!  (Click here for more information about Reading in the Classroom)