Friends of Salisbury Free Library

The Friends of the Library
invite you to a
TEA PARTY
October 18th at 4 pm
Meet new library director, Katherine Bollenbach. Hear about her ideas for future programs and share your ideas about what the Friends should be doing to help make the Salisbury Free Library better.

 

The Friends of Salisbury Free Library is a non-profit organization that works in cooperation with the library to support the goals and mission of the library.

MEMBERSHIP

Membership in the Friends is open to anyone who wishes to join.  Dues are $2.00 for an individual, $5.00 for a family, $25.00 for a supporting membership, or whatever amount one chooses to contribute.  This money is used to support ongoing programs and occasional mailing costs.

 BUSINESS MEETINGS

An annual business meeting with a program, election of officers and any other business that might arise is held in February.  Other meetings are held periodically to plan events.

 MONTHLY MEETINGS

The Book Group meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month from September to June at 7 pm at the Library. (For a list of books planned for this year go to the SFL Book Group link)

The Knitting Group meets on the 3rd Thursday of each month from September to June at 7 pm at the Library.

Both groups are informal and welcome new or occasional members.

ANNUAL FRIENDS FUNDRAISING EVENTS

The Town-Wide Yard Sale (1st Saturday in May)

Old Home Day Hot Dog and Bake Sale

The Holiday Craft Fair (1st Saturday in December)

ONGOING FUNDRAISING PROJECTS

The Brick Walkway   Bricks to honor or memorialize loved ones can be ordered year round and are installed annually in the late spring.  The cost covers the engraving and installation of the bricks and the upkeep of the walkway.  Order forms are available at the library or by downloading a form here.

 

 ONGOING PROGRAMS SUPPORTED BY THE FRIENDS

  • Summer Reading Program– for several years the Friends have helped bring a performer to the library for the enjoyment of the children who participate in the Summer Reading Program.
  • Humanities to Go applications– The New Hampshire Humanities Council requires an application fee when applying for a Humanities to Go speaker and the Friends have generously taken care of this fee for all of the library’s applications.
  • New Hampshire Downloadable BooksThe Friends have committed to paying the annual fee the State Library charges for this new and popular service.
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