The Friends of the Sonoma Valley Library is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to bringing the pleasure of reading to our community by supporting our library financially and sponsoring programs. Our goal is an improved/new library. Some of the important activities that the Friends of the Library undertake on a regular basis include:
Every three months (Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter) the Friends of the Sonoma Valley Library hold a Quarterly Book Sale. Members are allowed to attend a special preview, but the sale goes on for three days and is open to the public. No book sells for more than $2! And, all Sonoma Valley public school students are given one free book!
On the second Thursday of each month (at 4pm), the Friends of Sonoma Valley Library sponsor a Mystery Book Club. The club is open to everyone and each month a new book is chosen. A Sonoma Valley Library Card is all you need to get the book for the next meeting. For more information about the club, contact Kassandra Miller at 935-0415.
This program matches up ‘tutors’ with adults wanting and needing to learn to read. There is a waiting list of adults who need this kind of help and the rewards are many. The Adult Literacy Program holds an orientation at 6:30pm on the second Wednesday of each month at the Santa Rosa Library. If you are interested in joining this worthwhile program, contact Jamie Brown, Interim Tutor Coordinator, Sonoma County Library Adult Literacy Program.
To learn more, visit Friends of Sonoma Valley Library.