The Friends of the Cary memorial Library (FOL), a volunteer group, was organized in the 1980’s and is open to all. FOL welcomes new members and new ideas. Our Mission is to augment the library’s operating budget and enrich its offerings. The FOL supports:
- Purchase of books, magazines, movies, books on CD
- Free library e-books
- Children’s programming
- Cultural events
- Extended summer hours
- Summer intern salary
- Poetry evenings
An active Friends of the Library group holds quilt raffles, an Easter Candy and Bake Sale and hosts other events to raise money for special library needs. Ask at the library desk about joining our group. Each summer they display a Raffle quilt made by the New Sandwich Quilters of Wayne, hand-made to benefit the library. A Friends of the Library Cookbook is for sale at $10.00 per copy to benefit their programs.
Pies Pies Glorious Pies-July 1 from 9 am til sold out
The Fantastic Annual Friends of the Library Pie Sale
All kinds of sweet and savory varieties for you and your summer company. Mark your calendars.
If you are will in to make a pie we would appreciate it. Pie pans and boxes will be available for you to pick up at the Williams House and the library by Saturday, June 17. Please contact Sue Spalding email@example.com with any questions.
Friends of the Library presents the 26th QUILT RAFFLE – Here’s your chance to win a beauty.
This year’s work of art by the New Sandwich Quilters entitled Elegance in Red is offered as a quilt raffle to benefit the library. The size is a generous 106″ by 84″ and will be on display in and around Wayne throughout the summer and fall. Chances are $1. each or $5. for 6. Drawing to be held in December.
The Friends of the Library are selling picturesque perfect playing cards
There are two sets; one shows a winter view of the Mill Stream, and the other a summer view of the Androscoggin Yacht Club. The cards are priced at $6.00 per deck or two decks for $10.00. If you would like some mailed, call or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) your request.
When a baby is born in our community, the parents receive a board book for their newborn and information on the Cary Memorial Library. The coordinator for this program is Bev Petell who has reported that 15 baby books were distributed this past year. Please let the library know of any recent births in town.
Our next Meeting is February 11th, at 9:30 am to be held in the Williams House. Please join us and be part of the action.
Current Friends Officers:
Chair: Don Welsh, Vice-chair: Sue Spalding, Secretary: Jan Folk, Treasurer: Kim King