Griffin Free Public Library Auburn, NH

22 Hooksett Road, Auburn NH 03032, or PO Box 308 603-483-5374 ( Hrs of Operation: Tues and Thurs 10-6, Wed 1-8, Fri 10-5, Sat 10-2

Library Bags Wanted! (and a special announcement…)

If you’ve been to Griffin Free, you may have noticed our large blank wall space near the circulation desk (as you look toward the room with the fiction and young adult collections). We have been exploring ways to make that space interesting for a while now, and we finally have a plan!

We are looking to fill that space up with library bags – from all over NH, New England, and even the whole United States! Our plan is to display all these interesting library bags in order to show off logos, colors, designs, and other elements that make libraries interesting and fun. If you have a bag from any library that is clean and that you are willing to donate, let us know (or just bring it in). We will be putting together a collage of these bags to decorate our space and show the appreciation that we at Griffin Free have for all our fellow libraries that are providing great service in their communities.

Of course, this will also serve as a backdrop to the the big reveal of the brand new Griffin Free Public Library logo! We don’t have a final date for the release just yet, but we are hopeful to have it ready for public view within the next few weeks. The early results have been outstanding, and we anticipate the final product will be widely appreciated and continue sparking interest about the library in Auburn.

Stay tuned for more logo information as it becomes available, and let us know if you have library bags to contribute to our project. Thanks for being a part of Griffin Free!


This entry was posted on April 22, 2014 by in Books, Business, Local, New Hampshire, News.

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Monday: closed
Tuesday: 10-6
Wednesday: 1-8
Thursday: 10-6
Friday: 10-5
Saturday: 10-2
Sunday: closed


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