Who We Are
The mission of the Friends of the Monroe Library is to support and promote public awareness of library services, the facility, and the library staff in positive ways.
Our goal is to inspire and motivate our community to recognize and use the library system to promote literacy, education, cultural and intellectual interaction, and for the creative exchange of ideas.
Looking to the future, we strive to complement Sno-Isle Libraries in a partnership that directly enhances and enriches the local community and all of its members.
Spring Book & Bake Sale
Thank you for making our Spring Book & Bake Sale a success!
All of the proceeds from the sale on Saturday, March 28th, go toward additional adult and children’s programming.
Stay tuned for announcements for "flash" book sales at the library in the summer months.
Come visit us at the National Night Out in Lake Tye Park! We're teaming up with the Monroe Library to provide the kiddos with a free craft and their choice of a free book! Date: Tuesday, August 4. Time: 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm.
What We Do
The Friends of the Monroe Library is a not-for-profit, volunteer organization providing essential support to your local library.
Friends' funding enhances library services. Examples include:
- Summer Reading Support for all ages
- Puzzles and Toys for the Children's Area
- Programs for Adults, Teens, and Children
- Participation in community activities and organizations
Funding comes from:
- Membership dues
- Ongoing and annual book sales
- Monetary Gifts
When We Meet
Friends of the Monroe Library meet the third Tuesday of the month in January, March, May, September and November at 7:00 p.m. at the Monroe Library.
How To Join
Membership brochures are available at the library. Annual dues are:
- $5.00 (Single)
- $15.00 (Family)
- $25.00 (Book Reseller/Business)
Information on Donating
A Gift that Continues to Grow brochure describe options for donating. Brochures are available at the Monroe Library or by mail. Please contact the Managing Librarian.
The Friends accept donated books in good condition for the ongoing book sale. Unfortunately we cannot accept Reader's Digest Condensed Books, magazines, encyclopedia sets, or textbooks. Book donations may be made at the library during business hours.
Donations to the Friends of the Monroe Library are tax-deductible. A gift to the Friends is a gift to the community.