Auburn Library Association
The Auburn Public Library Association founded the Auburn Public Library in 1888. In 1968, the Association turned its assets over to the city as the Cranston Public Library system was formed. Since then, the Association has continued to support the Auburn Branch. Membership dues and donations are used for books, supplies and programs.
Membership forms are available at the Auburn Branch, or download and print one by clicking here (opens a PDF in a new tab) and mail it to:
Cranston Public Library, Auburn Branch
396 Pontiac Avenue
Cranston, RI 02910
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