Friends of the Library

Friends of the Library are nonprofit volunteer organizations that bring together involved, caring people who support and promote the services and programs of their community library.

Through their fundraising efforts, Friends groups undertake projects and supply items that fall outside the established budget of their local library.

Funds raised by our Friends help provide:

  • programming for all ages
  • support for the summer reading program for children and teens
  • support for library capital improvements
  • special project funding
  • and much more!

Donate & support

Friends groups are happy to accept financial contributions and memorial gifts. Lifetime and annual memberships are available for some groups. 

Friends groups accept donations for book sales. They cannot accept textbooks, encyclopedias, Reader’s Digest condensed books, National Geographic magazines, or damaged books. Some Friends groups may have additional requirements for donations or may be unable to accept book and media donations at times due to space or other limitations.

Connect with your local library, opens a new window or Friends group, opens a new window for more information about donations, memberships, and other ways to support.

Events, book sales, & meetings

Connect with your local friends group

Each Friends group operates independently. Contact your local friends group to join or for more information.

Brier Library

Contact Brier Library for information


Darrington Library

Contact Darrington Library for information

Freeland Library

Contact Freeland Library for information
Brochure / membership form (PDF)

Granite Falls Library

Contact Granite Falls Library for information

Mukilteo Library

Oak Harbor Library

Contact Oak Habor Library for information
Membership form (PDF)

FAQs: Volunteering & Employment

  • Please check with your local library for current volunteer opportunities. Learn more about volunteering at Sno-Isle Libraries on our Volunteer page.

  • Find information about current openings, the application and selection process, benefits, internships, and supported employment on our employment page. You can also sign up for our Employment Newsletter

    You must be 16 years or older to work at Sno-Isle Libraries.

  • Contact your library to inquire about joining their Friends of the Library group. Find more information about Friends groups on our Friends of the Library page.

FAQs: Contact Us

  • Chat with us

    By email

    • Submit your questions, comments or suggestions by email and our librarians will assist you.

    By phone

    • Check Locations & Hours to find your community library's phone number and operating hours.
    • Questions? A member of our Administrative Center staff can also help direct your call. Call us at 360-651-7000 (local) or 877-766-4753 (toll-free), Monday - Friday, 7:30 am - 4:30 pm.

    Text us

    • Text your questions to (360) 810-5188. Text assistance is available Monday - Saturday, 9 am - 6 pm. Please include your name and telephone number in your initial message. Standard text messaging rates apply.

    Book a Librarian

    • Make an appointment for a virtual or in-person Book a Librarian session. These free sessions allow you to get one-on-one assistance with your research and technology questions. 
  • Sno-Isle Libraries provides access to its public records under the provisions of the Washington State Public Records Act RCW 42.56, the Public Records Policy, and the Public Records Request Administrative Policy.  

    The Library makes a variety of records available online, including, but not limited to: 

    Other records maintained by the Library are available for public inspection or copy, unless specifically exempted by law.  

    Use of the Library’s Public Records Request form is the most efficient way to make a request; however, its use isn’t required for a request to be processed. Requests may be submitted in person, via mail, email, or phone. To best assist you, include the following information: 

    • Contact information of requester 
    • Identification of the public records adequate to locate the records 
    • Whether you wish to inspect the records in person and/or purchase physical or digital copies 
    • The date and time of day of the request 

    Anyone wishing to inspect or receive a copy of the Library’s public records or seeking assistance in making such a request should contact the Library’s Public Records Officer: 

    Public Records Officer
    Sno-Isle Libraries
    7312 35th Ave NE
    Marysville, WA 98271-7417
    Phone: 360-651-7026/ Fax: 360-651-7151 

    The more precisely you can identify the record(s) you seek, the more responsive the Library can be. You do not need to state the purpose of your request. However, in an effort to clarify or prioritize a request and provide responsive documents, the Public Records Officer may inquire about the nature or scope of the request. 

  • Contact us for assistance.

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