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 (the second Monday of most months at 7 pm) to find out what they’re all about. All are welcome. Currently the meetings are held on Zoom due to COVID restrictions; you must register to get an invitation to the virtual event.
The Friends do not meet in July or December and the October meeting is on a different day as the second Monday is Columbus Day and the library is closed.
The Friends annual meeting is held in the last three months of the year.
PRESIDENT Judy Blachek
1st VICE PRESIDENT Sue Carey
2nd VICE PRESIDENT Jenifer Smith
SECRETARY Marjorie Morse
TREASURER Jill Angel
• 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.