Langley Library - Friends of the Library
Who we are
The Friends of the Langley Library is a not-for-profit volunteer organization that meets for the purpose of encouraging literacy and to strengthen the relationship between the Langley Library and the Community.
What we do
The Friends of the Langley Library provide essential support to the Library through fostering reading, funding library improvements and resources, and especially funding events. We hold an annual Nancy Pearl Event, sponsor the sale of strip curtains, and maintain on- going book sales in the Library. The Friends value life-long learning for all ages and all cultural groups.
When we meet
The Board of the Friends of the Langley Library meets every quarter on the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 8:30am at the Langley Library. The public is encouraged to come to a meeting.
How to become a member
Applications are available at the Langley Library, 104 2nd St. Langley, WA 98260-0265 - or in the Friends twice yearly newsletter.
Yearly membership dues begin each January:
- Individual - $10
- Household - $15
- Limited Income - $5
- Or contribution of your choice
If you wish, you may also contribute any amount in honor of a family member or friend who has passed on. (How will these donations be acknowledged?) Make checks payable to: Friends of the Langley Library. We are a volunteer 501©3 organization, so membership and donations are tax-deductible, to the extent allowed by law.
How to donate books
The Friends of the Langley Library accept donations of books for an ongoing book sale in the Langley Library. We accept hardcover and paperback books in good condition. Please, no textbooks, Reader's Digest Condensed books, or paperback romance novels.