Friends of Library
Friends of the Marlboro Free Library
Established in 1969, the Friends of the Marlboro Free Library has a long tradition of supporting the Library’s mission of lifelong learning, and for promoting awareness of Library services. The Friends group raises funds for the Library by organizing and hosting raffles, special events, and book sales. These efforts have helped cover past expenses and improvements, such as a circulation desk for the children’s area, baby-changing stations for the bathrooms, holiday costumes for the public to borrow, and more!
To receive more information on becoming a member of the Friends group, please contact the Library at 845-236-7272 ext. 216, or like them on facebook!
Open the first and third Saturday of the month from May to October, 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. (weather permitting), the Friends of the Marlboro Free Library’s Book Barn sells good quality-used books to help benefit the Library. To visit the Book Barn during its open hours, park in the Library back parking lot and follow the path down to the red shed.
May 6 & 20, Jun. 3 & 17, Jul. 1 & 15,
Aug. 5 & 19, Sept. 2 & 16, Oct. 7 & 21
Follow the Friends Volunteer group on Facebook to check for any weather related closings of the Book Barn.
The Friends accept donations of books in good, clean condition during hours when the Book Barn is open.
The Friends do NOT accept: textbooks, dictionaries, encyclopedias, Reader’s Digest, music CDs, books on tape, books in poor condition (ie. dirty, mildewed, stained, dusty etc.)