IMPORTANT NOTICE! There was misinformation posted in the events section of the Franklin Press. The FOL bookstore is NOT having their annual sale this week, 15th, 16th and 17th. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. PLEASE share this with all of your Facebook friends and pass the word by mouth as we do […]

Annual Meeting

The Friends of the Library Annual Meeting will be held on Sunday June the fourth. The meeting will be held at 3 pm at the library and all Friends of the Library members are encouraged to attend. Elections for new officers will be held and committee chairs will be appointed for the next year. Refreshments […]

Challenge: Climbing to a Goal of $10,000

Have you ever been in the library’s meeting room?   Enjoyed movies on the big screen with surround sound?  Connected with a NASA scientist in Texas?  Learned how to use Facetime on your iPad or iPhone?  Watched student presentations of their research on historical and contemporary figures?  Or seen slides from an adventurous hike on the […]

Volunteer Help Needed!

The FOL Bookstore on Highlands Road needs more cashiers. If you are a FOL member and want to volunteer for a something worthwhile come in and pick up a volunteer application. if you are not yet a member, then pick up both, a membership and a volunteer application. Shifts are for 1/2 day (approximately 4 […]

Challenge Update

Late last year, The Friends of the Library issued a challenge to help fund the replacement of the multimedia equipment in the Library’s meeting room. This nearly-ten-year-old-equipment allows the library to do so many things that community members enjoy: showing movies, sharing slides from adventures all over the world, training on everything from invasive plant […]

Santa, baby!

Christmas carols were sung by the fire and we were visited by Santa and his elf Tuesday morning as the Friends of the Library partnered with the Macon County Library to present a special Santa themed storytime. Children and their parents gathered in the living room to listen as Cristen Dando and Maggie Kennedy read […]