Friends of the Library

Friends of the LibraryThe Friends of the Library support the village library through fundraising activities, volunteer work and promoting the village library resources and services. For meeting information call the library at 835-3656.


New members are welcome. Membership applications are available in the library entrance, at the circulation desk, and on the library’s website.
To join, or renew your membership, print and return the 2016 Membership form (PDF). You can become a member before the booksale.


All newsletters are in pdf format.

October 2016
July 2016
March 2016

December 2015
October 2015
July 2015
March 2015

Friends' Officers

Beth Larimer, President
Sue Johnson, Vice-President
Karen Gipp, Secretary
Lucy Ruth, Treasurer
Brenda Anderson, Membership
Nancy Allen, Volunteer Coordinator

Used Book Sale

The Friends of the Library hold Used Book Sales each April and October. See library for details.

2016 Book Sales:

April 22-23 Information

3-4p Friday April 22 Friends of the Library Preview Sale
4-7p Friday April 22 Sale open to the Public
9a-3p Saturday April 23 Sale open to the Public
1-3p Saturday April 23 ($2 bag sale)

October 14-15 Information

3-4p Friday October 14 Friends of the Library Preview Sale
4-7p Friday October 14 Sale open to the Public
9a-3p Saturday October 15 Sale open to the Public
1-3p Saturday October 15 ($2 bag sale)


The Friends of the library accepts donations for the library and their Semi-Annual Used Book Sale.

Below is two lists of items; one for items that sell well and one for items we do not accept.

Other than books, we have found that the following items also sell well:

Books in good condition
Movies on DVD or Blu-Ray only
Music on CD
Jigsaw puzzles (with all the pieces)
Books on tape or CD
Board games (with all the pieces)

We have discovered that a few items do not sell well and actually cost us quite a bit of extra effort to dispose after each sale. So, please review this short list of items that we CANNOT accept for our sales:

Musty, wrinkled, damaged books
Books missing pages or their covers
Encyclopedias older than 2005
Textbooks older than 2000
Readers Digest Condensed books
Series Romances (ie Harlequin, Silhouette)
Magazines of any kind (the library does have free magazine swap bins for current year magazines)
VHS movies
Cassette Tapes

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