Where Auburn Comes Together!
There’s a lot happening at Griffin Free Public Library and we’d love for you to come along.
First up, it took two days of work, but the old border line of mostly bittersweet has been removed which opened up views of the library from Pavilion Park. The Story Trail in the park is officially mowed and open to the community. Why not stop by with lunch, relax on our Bill Herman Memorial Bench and try to catch a glimpse of the bobcat who lives behind the library.
Speaking of benches, we’re currently in the middle of a plastic bag collection drive. Bring your bags to the library. When we collect enough, we’ll win a second bench and dedicate it to long time library director Edie Cummings!
Looking ahead, this Saturday from 8am to 2pm the Friends of the Library along with the Massabesic Garden Club will hold their annual plant and flower sale right on our front patio!
And next week Wednesday, May 24, we’ll have a presentation at the library titles Rosie’s Mom: The Forgotten Women of World War One at 6:30.
Finally, do you want to meet the staff of your library? Find out about the upcoming expansion? Learn about the library’s history? One Saturday, June 3 from 10-2 we’ll hold a Community Open House. Stop in, say hi, get caught up and have a cookie or two!
So much to do! We want you to do it with us! On we go!