Fall Newsletter

September 15, 2021

Fall is arriving.  Nights are cooler, leaves are starting to turn, and we are starting to think about storing up reading for the Winter.  Whatever one’s interests: adventure, arts, activism, airplanes, apples (to name a few starting with the letter “a”); information, inspiration, and ideas can be found in books!  After being cancelled last Fall due to the pandemic, the Friends are cautiously optimistic that we will be able to hold our Indigenous Peoples Day Weekend Book Sale on October 9 and 10.  We are now receiving books at scheduled times, and would love to get them in your hands.  Watch for announcements for volunteers to help with this fun community event.
 
We had four successful mini book sales this summer, with a few tables for a few hours each.  We may continue those in the future.  We also helped support the summer reading programs.
 
We continue to re-visit our bylaws in our spare time, and this Fall, we will be planning future events, maybe even one at the Haydenville Library, that engage our community and help raise funds for the Library.
 
It is time for annual membership renewals or new subscriptions.  Mailings and on-line posts will have details.  Please do consider joining us in our enthusiasm and support for our wonderful library.