Friends of the Harvard Public Library
- Who are the Friends?
- Why Join?
- Harvard Friends of the Arts (HFOA)
- ANNUAL BOOK SALE
- Items for Sale
The Friends of the Harvard Public Library is a community-based, volunteer organization whose purpose is to stimulate the interests of the community in the services and needs of the Harvard Public Library. We provide program assistance through volunteer help and funds and sponsorship of programs that will enable the Harvard Public Library to keep pace with the growth of the Town of Harvard.
We sponsor programs for both children and adults. We support the library financially as well, and have bought computers for the library and provide financial support to the popular Summer Reading Program. We sponsor free or reduced-price museum passes to area museums. We also support library issues in legislation by advocating for library funding and attending legislative events.
|Vicki Maxant||At Large Committee Member|
|Deborah Sauve||At Large Committee Member|
Your Friends membership not only provides financial and community support to the Library, but also provides you with these key benefits:
Book Sale Preview Night Admission
Get first pick of the high quality books available at our annual Book Sale.
Reminders of Library and FOHPL events
Members of the FOHPL will get email reminders of upcoming events - never miss a lecture or program again!
If you are not yet a Friend and want to become one, contact Chris Frechette at firstname.lastname@example.org for a membership brochure.
The Friends are selling books in the library lobby for $2.00.
This is the main fundraising event for the Friends. All proceeds go to support Harvard Public Library to fund Children’s Programs, Friends of the Arts performances and Free Museum Passes among many other services.