The Friends of the Wellfleet Libraries was founded in 1968 with the stated purpose of establishing an organization dedicated to enhancing the cultural life of the community; stimulating the use of library resources and services; encouraging gifts, endowments and bequests; developing library facilities; and supporting the freedom to read as expressed in the American Library Association Bill of Rights. Our main sources of income are members' contributions, bequests, donations, the annual summer book fairs, and the summer Distinguished Speaker Programs. Donations of your used books are also greatly appreciated.
The Friends support of the Library
Wellfleet Library Building Fund (The Friends contributed $45,000 toward furniture, a Steinway piano, a system for exhibiting artwork, and a lectern, projectors, and sound equipment for the meeting room). ~ Wellfleet Library's membership in CLAMS (The Friends committed $20,000 to its implementation). ~ Wellfleet Seminars~ Distinguished Speakers Series~ The Sculpture, Sea Forms, was given jointly by the Friends and the noted sculptor, Gilbert Franklin, who created it. ~ An annual supplement to the library budget that is used for special books and periodicals, children's programs, museum passes, computer purchase and user support, and audio visual materials for documenting the life and times of the community.
Join Us! Become a Friend
Active Member: $10 per year
Contributing Member: $25 per year
Life Member: $100 single payment
Donations may be dropped off at the library or mailed to:
The Friends of the Wellfleet Libraries, Inc.
PO box # 857
Wellfleet, MA 02667
Friends of the Wellfleet Libraries Officers:
Margaret Newman, President
Marsh DuBeau, Vice President
Robert Jackson, Secretary
Lynn Southey, Treasurer