Established in 1973, the Friends of the Library fund programs for children, teens, and adults, as well as the library's popular Museum Pass program, furnishings, and other library equipment.

Mary Bandouveres, president; Susan Magee, clerk; Jo Ayers, treasurer
Board members
Mary Bandouveres, Jo Ayers, Ray Burk, Edna Colcord, Karen Demers, John Harrington,  Susan Magee,  Tanja Olson, Corry Rooks, Jay Taylor

Membership rates
Senior (65 and older) - $15
Individual (19-64) - $25
Couples - $35
Family - $40
Patron - $50
Benefactor - $100

Please note that online renewals and donations will be reflected as "NEPM" on your financial statement.  (New England Promotional Materials)
Click here to join/renew or donate online.

Click here for a downloadable form.

If you have any questions or suggestions about the Friends, or would like to update your contact information or email address, please email

WFOL augments town funding for library offerings and resources for adult, teens, and children such as:
  • Story times
  • Musical performances
  • Film nights
  • Book discussion groups
  • Summer reading clubs
  • Art exhibits and guest lectures
  • Museum passes
  • Physical enhancements to the library and more!
The benefits of a WFOL membership include:
  • The satisfaction of knowing you are supporting and enhancing an important community resource
  • A reduced cost for regulary scheduled WFOL-sponsored day bus trips to local places of historic and cultural interest
  • Quarterly issues of the WFOL newsletter, Library News
WFOL raises funds for the library primarily through:
  • WFOL membership dues
  • Profits from book sale
  • Profits from trips, raffles, and events
  • Donations