Bellevue Friends of the Library Home Page
Who are the Friends?
The Bellevue Friends of the Library are a group of dedicated volunteers who,
since 1957, have promoted literacy and enhanced the goals of the
libraries in Bellevue. Their focus has grown from the Bellevue Library to include
the Lake Hills Library and the Library Connection @ Crossroads.
The Friends Support:
Funds are raised through memberships and revenue from The Corner Book Shop.
- Children's Story Times and Puppet Shows
- Summer Reading Programs
- Teen Workshops
- Shakespeare and Opera Programs
- Book Discussion Groups
- Job Training Seminars
- Guest Author Events
- Book Give-Aways
- and more!
Become a Friend
Becoming a Friend is very easy!
Print the membership form using this link
and return it with your dues to
your Bellevue Library or mail it in ... and you're a Friend!
You will receive invitations to special events and meet other Friends.
There are opportunities to volunteer your services in the
Corner Book Shop and its Marking Room in the Bellevue Library.
Special training is provided for these positions.
Photos courtesy of KCLS.
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“A book is the most effective weapon against intolerance and ignorance.”
- Lyndon Baines Johnson