Griffin Free Public Library – Auburn, NH

Where Auburn Comes Together!

For Fans of Louise Penny

The next installment of the wildly popular Inspector Gamache series by Louise Penny arrives in August. For fans of this atmospheric, complex, character driven mystery series based in and around … Continue reading

February 18, 2021

Griffin Free Event Calendar Now on Burbio

Our Event Calendar is now on Burbio! Do you already follow the Auburn Village School’s (AVS) calendar on Burbio? Now you can add Griffin Free’s calendar to your feed and … Continue reading

February 17, 2021

Our Online Newsletter Now Includes New eBooks and eAudiobooks

Now there’s even more to love about our online weekly newsletter, Wowbrary. It has always provided you with what’s new at the library in physical books, audiobooks and movies. A … Continue reading

November 9, 2020

NE Aquarium Discount Pass

The Friends of Griffin Free have generously donated another year of discount passes to the New England Aquarium in Boston! Each discount coupon admits up to four people for a … Continue reading

October 7, 2020

NH State Parks Library Pass

You asked for it and the Friends of Griffin Free Public Library have responded! We now have the NH State Parks Library Pass available! Each day pass is valid for … Continue reading

September 8, 2020

Pinkerton Summer Reading Lists

You have asked for them and we have them! Pinkerton Academy has Summer Reading Lists for both incoming Freshmen and Sophmore classes. The lists are below along with links to … Continue reading

June 29, 2020

Summer Reading Program 2020

UPDATE: The Summer Reading Program ended on August 8th. Thank you to everyone for participating! It was a bit of a mad dash to get this year’s program online. We … Continue reading

June 9, 2020

Contact:

Griffin Free Public Library
22 Hooksett Road / PO Box 308
Auburn, NH 03032
603.483.5374
staff@griffinfree.org

 

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