2018 SPECIAL SALES!
The 2018 Special Sale dates are now posted on the Book Shop page. Mark your calendars so you won’t miss any bargains!
Reception | 65th Anniversary of the Friends of the Ann Arbor District Library
Friday May 18, 2018: 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Downtown Library 2nd Floor
The Friends of the Ann Arbor Public Library formed in May 1953. Since that time, this committed non-profit organization has supported the activities and services of the Ann Arbor District Library. Join us in celebrating the 65th anniversary of this organization with an evening that includes a special photo exhibit highlighting the rich history of the Friends; remarks by former Friends Board member Frey Mayer and current board president Pat McDonald; music by harpist Deborah Gabrion; and refreshments.
VISIT WESTGATE BRANCH!
There is a large selection of books for sale from the Friends. Come in, browse, buy some great books at low prices, and help the Library at the same time! There are also books for sale at Pittsfield and Malletts Creek Branches.
WHO ARE THE FRIENDS?
The Friends of the Ann Arbor District Library are a committed group of volunteers who operate the Friends Book Shop on the first floor of the Downtown Ann Arbor District Library.
TO HELP US SUPPORT CHILDREN’S PROGRAMMING AT THE LIBRARY, WE NEED:
- Volunteers who staff the Book Shop, serve on the Board and sort donations.
- Donations of books, CDs and DVDs
- Members who provide ongoing and sustaining support to the Friends and the Book Shop.
If you like the Book Shop, please “like” us on Facebook and review us on Yelp!
The Friends Book Shop is located on the first floor of the Downtown Library, and is open every day. The hours are listed in the green side bar or bottom bar.
We welcome your questions and comments. Just click the “Contact Us” link.
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