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APRIL 29, 2017
Friends of the Edgartown Public Library
Friends of the Edgartown Free Public Library is an association of volunteers who support the Library and its programs to promote the use of the Library as a valuable and vital community resource.
The Friends hold their meetings at 10:30 a.m. on the first Friday of the month at the Edgartown Library.
When you visit the library, please make sure to take a look at the new keepsake book, The Edgartown Library, 1891-2016: A Brief History of the Library and Its Friends. This book, filled with colorful illustrations, was produced by the Friends. Copies are available at the library's front desk for $24 each. Library book bags are also available for sale for $15 each. All funds raised support library programming.
Our library is a vibrant and welcoming place for all and we want to do our best to help keep it that way. Our meetings are open to all who want to join and pay our minimal dues of $25 per year. Even if you feel that you cannot participate as an active member, you can signify your support by donating to our organization.
To contact the Friends, please go to CONTACT US and write the word FRIENDS in your message. We'll make sure it gets to the right person.
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GAY HEAD CLIFFS
Gay Head Cliffs. Lithographic print, circa 1950, by Ruth Howland Sutton.