The Oconomowoc Public Library gets by with a little help from our Friends . . . actually, we get by with a lot of help from our Friends!
October 15-21, 2017 is the 12th annual National Friends of Libraries Week, and it’s the perfect opportunity for the administration and trustees of the Oconomowoc Public Library to give our Friends a big shout out for all they do to make a difference for us every single day!
Each year, the Friends provide crucial support to the mission and goals of the library. The Friends raise funds at book sales, assist with library events, help support library programs and purchase library materials for special collections and programs.
The Friends of the Oconomowoc Public Library is a non-profit group created to assist the library in its efforts to meet community needs by developing (and encouraging participation in) library programs and activities which contribute to the educational and cultural life of this community; to promote public awareness of the library by providing information to the public about library services, facilities, and needs; to assist in raising funds for special library needs; and to advance a close understanding and cooperation between library users, Trustees, and Librarians.