The Friends is a nonprofit organization that supports our library by making contributions to our library in the ways of materials, public programming, community outreach, and staff development. The Friends raise these funds by organizing events such as our Porch Sale, Iron Pigs games, dinners, and the Annual Book Sale. They also operate our Alcove Book Sale.
Whether you are a business, family or an individual, you can make a difference in our community by becoming a Friend of the Parkland Community Library. Please print and fill out the membership form by clicking here. Mail it to us or leave it at our desk with your dues payable to FPCL.
Do you want to discover reviews on your favorite bestsellers and new releases? You can now pick up a free copy of BookPage, a literary review magazine, at our library, courtesey of Friends of the Parkland Community Library. Click here to read BookPage's book reviews digitally on their website.
Click here to read the Parkland Press article about our Little Free Libraries.
Transform your life and library by making your voice count at our Friends' meetings held on Thursday, Sept. 1st in our community room.
We welcome new volunteers to become involved in our activities. Opportunities include working on our Friends Book Sale, fundraising, publicity, programming, and becoming a committee chair. When you volunteer your time and talents, you can make a valuable contribution to our library and our community. For more information, contact President Ila Dietrich at email@example.com.
Milestones is a Friends of the Library program where you can honor your loved one or celebrate an event with a special book in our library. Our staff will use your monetary donation to select a title. Our Friends will supply special book plates to place in your books.