Friends of the Library – Dearborn
Support the Library
- Help support Friends of the Library Dearborn (FOLD) by joining the English Gardens Flower of the Month Club
- Updated monthly
- Contains the latest library news and
events sponsored by FOLD
Book and Media Sales
Where are they held?
Henry Ford Centennial Library 1st Floor
When is it open?
9:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Schedule of 2016 Sales:
What do the Friends do?
- Sponsoring and funding library programs for children and adults, such as the Blockbuster Film Series on Monday nights at 7 p.m.
- The Friends of the Library Used Book Sale, staffed by volunteers, is held in room 113 of the Henry Ford Centennial Library (on the main floor, down the first corridor on your left as you enter from the parking lot).
- Please feel free to contact us anytime through the Contact Us form, and we will get back to you as soon as we are able.
How can I get involved?
If you would like to become involved with the friends group print out and complete the FOLD Membership Application. Applications can be turned in at the Henry Ford Centennial Library reference desk. Please note that you may be eligible for a senior discount on your membership fees if you are over the age of 60. Details can be found on the membership application above.
The purpose of Friends of the Library, Dearborn (FOLD) is to foster closer relations between the Dearborn Public Library, the Dearborn city government, and the people of Dearborn; to promote knowledge and to encourage interest in the functions, services, resources and needs of the Dearborn Public Library.
Friends of the Library, Dearborn is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization which supports library projects and purchases equipment not already funded.
Friends of the Library, Dearborn provide enrichment in many ways:
- Used Book Sales
- Blockbuster Film Series
- Free Speaker Events
- Monthly Newsletter
Volunteering can be an exciting, growing, enjoyable experience. It is truly gratifying to serve a cause, practice one’s ideals, work with people, solve problems, see benefits, and know one had a hand in them. — Harriet Naylor