The Harwinton Library Friends
Who Are the Friends?
The Harwinton Library Friends was incorporated in 1981. It is a service organization of local area volunteers whose purpose is to increase awareness of Library offerings, promote use of the Library, and fundraise for Library needs. The Friends sponsor many important programs and services that are beyond the Library’s operating budget.
President: Gail Rosin
Treasurer: Carol Gould & Yvonne Richard
Secretary: Mary McElwee
What Do the Friends Do?
The Friends normally hold two major fundraisers each year: the Annual Plant, Book & Bake Sale, held the 3rd weekend in May, and the Holiday Open House and Craft Sale, held the 1st Saturday in December through December 23rd. The Friends also hold monthly Book Sales during the Summer and Fall and maintain an ongoing Book Cart Sale inside the library.
Do you have books to donate to the Library Friends? Please see our Guidelines for Donating.
Anyone interested in the welfare of the Harwinton Public Library can become a Friend! Being a member of the Friends is a good way to have fun while supporting the Library. Even if you can’t attend our monthly meetings, there are jobs you can do to assist.
Interested in joining? We meet every 2nd Monday each month at 5pm. Join us! Email the Library Friends for more information.
See What Our Friends Sponsor
Some of Your Favorite Titles are Sponsored by Our Friends (click on image to show or hide list)
Taste of Home