The Friends of the Germantown Community Library is a not-for-profit group that provides support and funding for library activities and projects that are not covered by normal staffing and budget. Since 1963, the Friends have worked to raise funds for materials, programs and services for the library.
All members are encouraged to attend regular meetings at the library at 9:00 am on the second Saturday of each month, September through May. Your ideas and suggestions are welcome. However if you are unable to attend these meetings, your support at our events and your financial support through your dues is appreciated.
To obtain a membership form you can pick one up at the library or we’ll send you one when you email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please visit our website at www.germantownlibraryfriends.org.
2018 PURCHASE AWARD ART CONTEST
The Friends hold an annual Purchase Art Contest for the purpose of encouraging and spotlighting the fine arts in Germantown, while acquiring an original piece of art created by a Washington county non-professional artist.
GALLERY VIEWING: Monday, October 1 – Wednesday, October 31
OPEN VOTING FOR PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD: Monday, October 1 – Wednesday, October 10
WISCONSIN GARAGE BAND MOURNING DAYZE PRESENTATION & ANNUAL PURCHASE ART AWARD CONTEST PRESENTATION:
- Gallery Browse @ 6:00 p.m.
- Program @ 7:00 p.m.
- Awards Presentation @ 8:10 p.m.
PICK-UP DATES: Friday, November 2 (12:00 – 4:00 p.m) or Saturday, November 3 (10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.)
More details can be found on the Friends website.
DONATIONS OF ITEMS
Donations of used books, DVDs and music CDs are accepted throughout the year. These items are evaluated by library staff for our collection and then given to the Friends for their Holiday Book & Basket Sale in November/December and Used Book Sale in March. Please bring all items to the Circulation Desk. We can provide a tax receipt upon request.
- No moldy, smelly, or water damaged items
- No records, VHS tapes, or cassette tapes
- No National Geographic magazines
- No encyclopedias (e.g. Britannica)
- No software or CD-ROMS
- No textbooks