Audubon Branch




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Dragonfly Earrings
Wednesday, May 24 at 6pm




Book a Techology Trainer

available topics include:


Saturday, June 3 from 11-5

Saturday, July  8 from 11-5





The Audubon Library is accepting donations!


The library accepts new or gently used adult and children’s items:

· Hardcover and paperback books. (Please to Reader's Digest Condensed Books.)

· Media materials (DVD, CD, audiobooks) in good condition. (Please no audio or videocassettes.)

· Magazines, up to 12 months old

· Encyclopedias & text books, no older than 5 years


Donations can be brought to the library during ALL OPEN HOURS. Each branch has a bin that items can be left in. Please contact the Library in advance for large donations (more than 10 boxes) to arrange for a drop off time. Please do not place donated   materials in the book returns.

Donations are Tax Deductible. At your request, Library staff will provide you with a receipt that you may fill out for tax purposes. The Library staff is not qualified to determine the value of your donation. It will be up to you to assign a value for tax purposes.



The English Conversation Group held by Literacy Buffalo Niagara has moved to the Clearfield Branch on Friday mornings from 10-12.





Audubon book club

(Get your summer reading going.
Click for the list of books for September to December)




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For more information such as how to volunteer, join the Facebook group at:

or contact the new coordinator:

Brenda Johnston

(716) 908-7158






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IN 2023


New Year’s Day              1/1 & 1/2

Martin Luther King Day        1/16

President’s Day            2/20

Good Friday         4/7

Mother’s Day      5/14

Memorial Day    5/29

Juneteenth          6/19

Independence Day    7/4

Labor Day              9/4

Veteran’s Day    11/10 & 11/11

Thanksgiving     11/23

Christmas Eve   12/24

Christmas Day 12/25

New Year’s Eve   12/31