Snail Mail Story Hour- Thursday, Aug. 31, 11am
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Kids!  Celebrate the lost art of Snail Mail! Join us in the Marlboro Library community room on Thursday, August 31st from 11:00 am-12:00 pm. Together we will learn how to write a letter, address the …

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Friends of the MFL Fall Raffle Basket!
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Friends of the MFL Fall Raffle Basket!

The Friends of the Marlboro Free Library are holding a raffle for a wooden crate filled with goodies to help celebrate the approaching cool weather!  Contents of the Fall basket include items such as apple butter, …

Fundraiser Yard Sale- Sat. Sept. 30, 9am-2pm
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Fundraiser Yard Sale- Sat. Sept. 30, 9am-2pm

The Friends of the MFL will be setting up a table full of gently used items at the Farmer’s Market at Cluett-Schantz Park on Saturday, September 30 from 9am-2pm.  Come browse through a selection of …

Friend’s Community Room Book Sale
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Friend’s Community Room Book Sale

Stop by the Marlboro Library on Saturday, September 16 from 11:00 am-4:30 pm or Sunday, September 17 from 1-4:30 pm to browse through a large selection of gently used books and old books from the …

Book Barn – Open for the Season
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Book Barn – Open for the Season

The Book Barn is open for the season!
Weather permitting, the Book Barn is open every second and fourth Saturday of the month from May to October, 9:00am until 1:00pm.
It’s located two houses north of the …

Tea Party Thank You!
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Tea Party Thank You!

The Friends of the Marlboro Library would like to thank everyone who purchased tickets for their special fundraising event.  After months of planning and preparing, the Friends of the Marlboro Free Library held their first …

“Hop into Spring” Raffle Basket Winner!
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“Hop into Spring” Raffle Basket Winner!

Congratulations to Nancy V, our winner of the “Hop into Spring” raffle basket filled with goodies to help celebrate the warm weather!
The drawing for the basket was held during the Friend’s Spring Tea on Saturday, …

Antique Weekend
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Antique Weekend

The Library would like to thank Robert Meringolo and his team for donating their time and expertise to help raise funds for the Library.  A big thank you also to the Friends of the Library …

Help Us Create Our Reading Garden
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Help Us Create Our Reading Garden

Give back to your community! The Friends of the Library are currently raising funds to convert an outside patio area into a safe and convenient area for children’s programs, events, and/or a quiet place for …

Thanks to the Book Barn Volunteers!
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Thanks to the Book Barn Volunteers!

Thanks to all who volunteered at the Book Barn this season.  As usual, the Book Barn was very successful in helping to raise funds for the Library and more specifically, the proposed Reading Garden.
The Friends …

Thanks, Cheryl!
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Thanks, Cheryl!

The Board of Trustees thanks Cheryl Werba for her involvement with the Friends of the Library. Cheryl served as the President of the Friends of the Library for the last 6 years.  During her tenure, …

Anita-Jean Donates $3214 to the Library!
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Anita-Jean Donates $3214 to the Library!

In her 49th year of teaching dance and working with area youth, Anita-Jean McMonigle, owner of the Anita-Jean Dance Theatre, has once again donated the proceeds from its annual dance recital to the Marlboro Free …

Thank You, Friends!
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Thank You, Friends!

The Board of Trustees extend their thanks to the Friends of the Marlboro Library for contributing $800 to the Library for 2014.  The Friends are always looking for volunteers, call Cheryl to find out how …