Friends of the Chippewa Falls Public Library
The Friends of the Chippewa Falls Public Library serve the community in a non-profit setting by meeting with other people interested in libraries to plan and sponsor library activities.
The Friends organization formed over a decade ago. In addition to their many hours of service, the Friends have helped the library with the money they have raised.
- Purchased the hardware for the library’s first electronic database.
- Donated time to help with the library’s conversion to the barcode system.
- Bought an overhead projector for library use.
- Acquired other equipment and furniture for the library.
- Sponsored children’s programs and summer reading club activities.
- Funded author lectures.
- Staffed the annual booksale.
- Hosted an open house after the library was re-carpeted.
Member Volunteer Opportunities
- Book Sales
- Children’s Programs
- Special Events
- Public Relations
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Friends of the Library Membership Options
- High School Student $5.00/year
- Individual $15.00/year
- Family $30.00/year
- Lifetime $200.00/year
Friends of the Library Book Sales 2019
July 12th & 13th
October 11th & 12th
Hours for the sales are: Friday 10:00am – 7:00pm and Saturday 10:00am – 12:00pm
Saturday Bag Sale: First Bag $5.00, Second Bag: $3.00.
Additional Bag: $1.00 each
All sales will be held in the Virginia O. Smith Meeting Room.
Friends of the Library Meetings 2019
Tuesday, May 21st
Thursday, August 15th
Tuesday, November 19th
All meetings are at 6:30pm in the Virginia O. Smith Meeting Room.