Welcome to the Friends of the Middletown Township Public Library!
The Friends of the Middletown Township Public Library is a non-profit, 501 (c) (3) organization formed in January of 2015. The purpose of the Friends of the Middletown Township Public Library is to focus public attention on the educational endeavors of the library, to enrich the lives of the local community, and to encourage charitable donations, gifts, endowments and bequests, thereby stimulating increased usage and enhancement of library resources and services.
About the Friends of the Library
The Friends of MTPL support the Library through:
- Fundraising to secure materials and resources that are beyond the command of the ordinary library budget
- Advocacy by informing the public of available resources in addition to gathering information and analysis of community needs
- Stewardship through the planning and hosting of a variety of educational, cultural & community events
- Support of special projects that enhance the public enjoyment of the library.
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How to Join the Friends of the Library
Become a Friend of the Middletown Library today! Simply download the registration form below and return it to the library. Thank you for supporting the Friends of the Middletown Township Public Library.
How else can you support the library? We have a bookstore! Located by the DVDS in the front of the library.
Meeting Dates and Board of Directors
2021 Meeting Dates
The Friends of the Middletown Township Public Library will meet in person at 5:30 p.m. on the first Tuesday of every month. The dates are as follows:
Board of Directors of the Friends of the Middletown Township Public Library
President – Karen Marrone
Secretary – Jean Smith
Treasurer – Patricia Curtin
Past Events & Fundraisers
Book Garden Display
Annual Book Sale
Trash for Treasure
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The Friends of the Middletown Township Public Library welcome your inquiries, ideas and most of all, your enthusiasm and participation! Please use the form to contact the organization or contact the library at (732) 671-3700.