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Friends of the Norfolk Public Library
Who are the Friends of the Library?
"The Norfolk Public Library Friends" is a non-profit organization designed to stimulate community interest in library services and to support the library in providing these services.

What do Friends do?
Through a program of volunteer, promotional, and fundraising activities, "Friends" help acquire important materials and equipment beyond the limit of the library's regular operating budget. They also aim to inform the community of the library's resources, services, and needs.

The Friends Contribute to the library by:
Providing passes to:
Providence Children's Museum
Children's Museum of Easton
Museum of Fine Arts
The John F. Kennedy Library
Plimoth Plantation
Roger Williams Zoo
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
New England Wildflower Society
dicounted tickets to the Southwick Zoo
discounted tickets to the Pawsox

Sponsoring children's programs like Ed Morgan, Folk Singer
Sponsoring adult programs, bookgroups, "Great Decisions", and more...
Sponoring "Summer Reading Program"
Sponsor best sellers rental collection
The Friends provide the free "Book Page" magazine which has reviews of the latest books for children and adults and books on CD.
The Friends have also contributed key resources, such as the self check stations, numerous pcs for public use, furniture in the renovated schoolhouse and landscaping maintenance and improvements

Future Goals
To continue to provide patrons with access to current & innovative technologies
To contribute to new Library initiatives and programs as needed

Why do we need friends?
The library needs your help in order to augment its services and programs. Your interest, assistance, and contributions will make our library an outstanding cultural, recreational, and educational center dedicated to serving our entire community.

How do you become a member?
Membership forms are available online, in the vestibule on the Friends bulletin board, and at the circulation desk during regular library hours. Completed forms should be mailed to:
Norfolk Library Friends
139 Main Street
Norfolk, MA 02056
Personal Memberships

Senior Citizen
Best Friend
Jeanne D. Hill Friend
50.00, 75.00, 100.00 and up

Donations are tax deductable to the extent of the law and qualify for matching corporate contributions.

Jodi Pappas
Bridget Irish
First Vice President
Thayer Olson
Second Vice President
Karen Gallup
Elizabeth Vallee

Friends Links
Annual Membership Drive
Online Membership Form
PDF Document
Invitation to Membership
Book Sale Page
Last Updated: Wednesday, Apr 02, 2014
Questions and Comments are welcome. 
Norfolk Public Library, 139 Main Street, Norfolk, MA 02056
Phone: 508-528-3380   FAX: 508-528-6417