AboutA non-profit group, the Friends of the Randolph Library was chartered in 1995. Our sole mission is to support and help the Randolph library. We purchase books and materials, sponsor children's and adult reading programs, and underwrite speakers and events of interest to the community.
Several times each year, the Friends sponsor book sales to benefit the library. The sales, offering thousands of books, are typically held in the Community Center behind the library. Everyone is invited to come, and members of the Friends are entitled to attend a special preview the evening prior to the sale. The sales are a great way to stock up on your reading at a nominal price and at the same time to help the library. We can always use more donations! You're welcome to drop off your books and videos at the Randolph library during library hours, or to bring them to the set-up for the booksale.
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News and notesHere are a few upcoming events sponsored by the Friends.
Our summer booksale opens to Friends members on Tuesday, July 29, 2pm-6pm. It is open to the public Wednesday, July 30 and Thursday, July 31, 9am-6pm.
On March 11, at 6pm, Nick Shamhart will be speaking at the Randolph Community Center. He is the author of The Fog Within, a novel from an autistic girl's perspective. Current officers are as follows: Paul Isner, President; Lynn Bilton, Vice President; Marcella Wilkerson, Treasurer; Marge Watson, Secretary.