The Friends of the Harborfields Public Library is a non-profit organization that has been supporting the library since 1970. They are a group of dedicated volunteers who work in cooperation with the Library to provide financial support for programs, special projects, and items that further enhance library services to the community.
There are several programs offered at the library that are totally or partially supported by the Friends membership dues, fundraising activities, and the proceeds from the Friends' Little Book Shop. These programs include the Sunday Concert Series, Adult, Teen and Children's Summer Reading Programs, and other special programs throughout the year.
The Friends meet on a monthly basis. Meeting dates are announced in the Library Newsletter. Your membership in the Friends entitles you to receive preferential registration for special Friends-sponsored events. You will also have the satisfaction of knowing that you are helping the Harborfields Public Library!
The Friends' Little Book Shop accepts gently used books in good condition for resale. They do not accept textbooks, Reader's Digest condensed books, magazines or encyclopedias. The Little Book Shop has numerous children's titles, adult fiction, and non-fiction.
Currently there is a limit of three shoppers in the Book Shop at any time. Please maintain social distancing guidelines.
Little Book Shop Hours:
Tuesday and Thursday, 10am - 4pm
Saturday, 10am - 2pm
Become a Member!
Join the Friends of the Harborfields Public Library and help support library programs and services. Memberships are for the January - December Calendar Year. Join now to start to take advantage of all the benefits membership in the Friends has to offer!
Sponsor, $35 (includes Friends tote bag; Resident & Out of District)
Family, $20 (Harborfields Resident Membership; Required for Longest Table)
Senior, $10 (Harborfields Senior Resident Membership; 65 years & older)