Griffin Free Public Library – Auburn, NH

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Library Closed Saturday July 2!

In honor of Independence Day weekend, Griffin Free Public Library will be closed Saturday, July 2. We’ll re-open on Tuesday, July 5. Have a wonderful and safe Fourth of July … Continue reading

June 28, 2022

Dive Into Our Summer Reading Oceans of Possibility!

Griffin Free Public Library’s summer 2022 reading program is about to begin and that means it’s time for Oceans of Possibilities! The summer program that features the theme of exploring … Continue reading

June 2, 2022

New Library Director Announced!

The Board of Trustees of the Griffin Free Public Library is very pleased to announce that we have hired Dan Szczesny as our new Library Director. Dan has been one … Continue reading

May 13, 2022

Grab your museum pass!

Spring is here and if you and your littles are looking for activities, look no further than grabbing a pass to your favorite museum, gallery or aquarium! Just follow the … Continue reading

February 26, 2022

Griffin Reviews: “The Weekday Vegetarians” by Jenny Rosenstrach

Warning! Before I share how much I enjoyed this cookbook I should warn you: I like vegetables.  If you are not a veggie fan you may want to consider another … Continue reading

December 16, 2021

Griffin Reviews: “Hour of the Witch” by Chris Bohjahlian

Hour of the Witch by Chris Bohjahlian (‎Random House, 2021) Just in time for Halloween, here’s a review of a suspenseful historic story that offers a new perspective on witchcraft … Continue reading

October 21, 2021

Griffin Reviews: “Front Lines” by Michael Grant

Front Lines by Michael Grant (‎ Katherine Tegen Books, 2016) Michael Grant’s young adult novel, Front Lines, is an interesting twist on history with the premise: What if women were … Continue reading

October 7, 2021


Griffin Free Public Library
22 Hooksett Road / PO Box 308
Auburn, NH 03032



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