Free Public Library of Audubon

239 Oakland Avenue, Audubon, NJ 08106  |  (856) 547-8686

Thanksgiving Food Drive at the Library - November 1st through November 19th

Thanksgiving Food Drive at the Library

November 1st through November 19th 

The Library is collecting donations of non-perishable food to support the efforts of Food Pantries in our town.

Please bring donations between November 1st and 19th to help those in need this holiday season. 

Requested Items:

-Canned meats and fish               -Soup, stew, chili

-Spaghetti sauce                          -Canned fruit & vegetables

-Crackers and snack food            -Peanut butter

-Condiments                                 -Coffee, tea, juice

-Toothpaste, soap, shampoo       -Hot and cold cereal

 

Donations will be shared with these Audubon Centers:

-South Jersey Community Care Center, 255 Edgewood Avenue

-Logan Memorial Food Pantry, Merchant St. & White Horse Pike


Educational Seminar: Medicare & You - December 6 at 6:30pm

The Audubon Library presents "Medicare & You: An Educational Seminar"

December 6 at 6:30pm

Have questions about Medicare?
 
This seminar will help you:
1. Learn how Medicare works and what your rights and entitlements are.
2. Find out what benefits you qualify for.
3. Understand the difference between Medicare Supplement and Medicare Advantage Plans.
 
Presented by Anthony Williams, BGA Insurance Group.
 This Event is free and open to the public.
***This seminar is for educational purposes only. No plan specific benefits or details will be shared.***

New Museum Pass: Museum of the American Revolution

New Museum Pass: Museum of the American Revolution

We are pleased to announce the addition of a new museum pass to the library's collection. Patrons can now visit the Museum of the American Revolution free of charge!

As with all of our museum passes, patrons may borrow the pass from the library and use it to gain free admission to the museum. Among the Museum of the American Revolution's many offerings are the opportunity to trace George Washington's command tent throughout history, to learn how to form ranks and then face an all-out British infantry charge, and to explore a life-size replica of a privateer's ship.

For more information on the Museum of the American Revolution, please visit their website at https://www.amrevmuseum.org.    

For more details on how to borrow the library's pass to the Museum of the American Revolution or to use any of the other passes in the library's collection, please feel free to contact the library by telephone, email or in person.


Museum Pass Program

The Museum Pass Program allows our patrons free access to some of the area's finest cultural and educational attractions. 

Museum Passes currently available:

*NEW*- Museum of the American Revolution - *NEW*
 Academy of Natural Sciences
 Camden Children's Garden
 Garden State Discovery Museum
 Grounds for Sculpture
 Penn Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology
 National Constitution Center
 Independence Seaport Museum