“Friends of the BDL” support the idea that our library is a valuable community asset that needs nourishment to help foster the educational aspirations of young children, youth, and adults. Friends groups are citizens who use their collective powers to do everything from running book sales, assisting the library board and staff with special events, to purchasing special technology, promoting literacy, and much more!
Thank You for Giving: Friends of the Boyne District Library Fundraiser a Success
Brunch and Books was the name of the successful fundraiser held at Santé in Boyne City on Sunday, Nov. 3. Santé donated 10% of all the event’s food receipts to the Friends of the Boyne District Library. A silent auction of books and book-related items generated sizeable bids. And, a number of brunch attendees gave generous cash donations, all contributing to the final amount. “We owe a sincere thanks to all the people who came out tosupport us, to those who donated auction items, and to the many individuals whogave us cash donations on their way out the door,” says Friends’ Board President Betsy Koss. “And, of course we thank Santé for staging the event, donating part of their profits, and creating beautiful advertising posters.” The brunch was just one of many different fundraising events given throughout the year by the Friends of the Boyne District Library to support library programs and initiatives.
Membership contributions are tax deductible.
Click here to join online or make checks payable to Friends of the Boyne District Library. Include your name, address, telephone and email information and send to:
Friends of the Boyne District Library
201 E. Main Street, Boyne City, MI 49712
Update for Summer 2022
A lot has been going on this summer and we wanted to keep all of our Friends of the Library up to date.
The Friends Board meets on the second Monday of every month and members are encouraged to attend!
The Friends of the Boyne District Library advocates the use, understanding, and appreciation of the Library through service and fundraising.
Become a member of the Friends of the Boyne District Library and you will receive patron reserved seating at authors’ events and an invitation to preview events at Friends Used Book Sales.
The Friends of the Library is a non-profit group responsible to the Library’s Board and to the director of the Library. The Friends of the Library strives: