Friends, Advisory Boards & Volunteer Opportunities
The Bellevue Friends of the Library (BFOL) are interested citizens who organize to volunteer their time and efforts on behalf of the Bellevue Library, arranging programs and activities of interest to the community and providing direct financial assistance for enrichment of library services.
The Friends operate The Corner Bookshop at the Bellevue Library. Funds raised from the book shop support library programs & services at the Bellevue, Crossroads & Lake Hills libraries, including opera previews, book discussion groups, author visits, book and other programs designed to meet the needs of children, teens and adults.
Complete contact & membership information is available at the Bellevue Friends of the Library website.
The Bellevue Friends operate and distribute the income from The Corner Book Shop in the library.
BFOL funds Bellevue Library programs such as:
- Fall and spring Shakespeare series
- Opera previews
- Book Discussion Group
- Summer reading programs
- Author visits
- Children, Young adult and adult programs
- Special library requests for purchases and events
Friends of the Library U.S.A. (FOLUSA) contains more information about Friends activities throughout the United States.
Last Updated: July 22, 2013