Participation in community activities and organizations
Funding comes from:
Ongoing and annual book sales
You can never have too many books...or too many Friends! Need an excuse to spend a little more time at the Monroe Library? Looking for some bookworm-types to chat and hang out with? Thinking about how to add some experience to your resume? Interested in making a difference in your community?
The Friends of Monroe Library needs you. We are looking for fun and friendly bookworm types who know the value of a thriving public library. Believe it or not, this is one volunteering position where you can help out as much or as little as you like and still see the effect your efforts make in our community.
Please contact a Monroe Librarian at the Monroe Library or Angie Hocking, President of the Friends of Monroe Library, for more information.
When we meet
Every third Tuesday of the month from 6:30-7:30 pm in the Main Meeting Room of the Monroe Library.
How to join
Membership brochures are available at Monroe Library, 1070 Village Way, Monroe, WA. Annual dues are:
$25 (Book Reseller/Business)
How to donate
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, Philip Spirito.
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.