About Friends of the Library
How important are Friends groups? They can literally make the difference between a budget increase and cut for their libraries. Since the beginning of the American library movement, Friends groups have been formed by citizens using their collective powers to do everything from running a book sale to ensuring that our American library legacy remains viable. By contributing as a library Friend, you can make a lasting difference for your library.
Friends of the library members come together to fundraise and advocate for the library in our community. A library Friend is always willing to share why they love their library.
The Friends of the Library need you. Whether you want to tackle a big project or donate a few hours of your time, there are opportunities to meet your needs.
Want to become a friend? Call 724-226-3491, stop in, or send us a message. You can also stop by a Friends meeting. They meet on the second Thursday of each month at 10 a.m.