Who the Friends are
The Friends of the Spring Green Community Library is a non-profit organization formed to enhance and improve library services to its community.
To support, improve, and enhance our library through programming, fundraising, volunteering, advocacy, and protecting the freedom to read.
What they provide
We try to help the library with things outside the normal Library budget such as rotating audio books, bike racks, book carts, furniture, computers, special summer programs, program speakers and demonstrations.
How the Friends generate funds
Membership dues, December Bake Sale, Book bag sales, and sales of donated books.
When the Friends collect used books
The Friends accept donations of gently used books for resale at the library. Book collections take place on the first Saturday of each month, between the hours of 10:00 AM -12:00 noon. Proceeds from the sales help support the library and related activities.
PLEASE NOTE: We do not take magazines, textbooks, encyclopedias, old computer manuals or damaged (moldy, dirty, broken binding) books.
Friends of the library host a bake sale in conjunction with Spring Green's Country Christmas weekend. Donations will be accepted for the Friends Annual Bake Sale.
The Friends also provide financial support for library programming. Check out the Adult Programs page for more information.
President: Joy Kirkpatrick
Vice President: Susan Jannotta
Secretary: Judy Swartz Marcus
Treasurer: Peggy Radel
The Friends of the Spring Green Community Library invite you to join our organization and support our Library. The board meets every fourth Wednesday of each month in the Community Room. The public is always welcome to our meetings. We also have survey forms available on our bookshelf in the Library. Even if you are not a member, you might have suggestions, might be able to offer a program or offer your services in some other way.
Thank You to everyone for your continued generous support!