About the Friends of the Library
The Friends of the Nashua Public Library is a nonprofit group that raises money for the library and encourages public support and use of the library.
Some members of the Friends limit their involvement to a yearly financial contribution; others are active in book sales, fundraising, or cultural activities.
Drop into a meeting of the Friends (usually on the second Monday of the month at 7 pm) to find out what they’re all about. See the meeting schedule here. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
• To encourage public support for and interest in the Nashua Public Library, which derives its principal financial support from municipal and philanthropic monies.
• To encourage gifts, endowments, and memorials for public library purposes.
• To foster awareness and use of the Nashua Public Library.
• To encourage the donation of time and assistance by Nashuans to the library.
Click on a meeting date to read the minutes.
December 2016 (no meeting)
July 2016 (no meeting)
March 2016 (no meeting)