JUNIOR FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY
Register to be a Junior Friend
By registering to be a junior friend you are simply giving us email contact so that we can send you updates and reminders.
Already a Junior Friend and just want to log your hours? Go to volunteer log-in.
What are Junior Friends
The Junior Friends of the Library are teens (7th grade and older) interested in community service projects at the Library as well as organizing fundraisers and programs of interest to other teens. Junior Friends is a great group to join if you need service hours or are looking for leadership opportunities. ANYONE WHO WOULD LIKE TO VOLUNTEER AT THE LIBRARY WILL NEED TO REGISTER AS A JUNIOR FRIEND FIRST.
To become a Junior Friend, register on this page below--this will give us your email so we can send you updates about activities and meetings.
Meetings: During the school year, the Junior Friends meet on the first Monday evening of each month at 7pm unless there is a Holiday and then we meet the next Monday. During the Summer, the Junior Friends meet weekly. Our next meeting is:
Monday, July 11 at 7pm.
Starting on Monday, July 11, the Junior Friends will meet weekly on Monday evenings at 7pm through Monday, August 14.
Junior Friends can earn community service hours by volunteering to help at designated programs OR by attending programs. Here is a list of both.
Harry Potter Event: Monday, June 26 from 4pm -9pm. Trivia game followed by refreshments and a screening of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone using movie chat!
Summer Reading Special Program Helpers: volunteers needed for different programs each week.
Lego Club Helpers: need two to four helpers on Wednesdays at 3:30pm.
Makerspace Helpers: need two to four helpers on Friday afternoons at 3:30pm to help with our makerspace program.
Board Game Helpers: need two to four helpers to play board games on Tuesdays at 1pm.
Summer Reading Helpers:
Movie Night Helpers: need two or three each Tuesday night to help make snacks and chaperone the movies.
Math Club Helpers for grades 3-5 Tuesday afternoons: need two to four volunteers to help at each math club session.
Math Club Helpers for grades K-2 Monday afternoons: need two or four to help at each math club session.
Sleepy Story Times: We will do this as a group--see the themes below. If you would like to lead one of the weeks, please let me know. You must contact me firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in running one.
Monday, July 10--Color my world (crayons)
Monday, July 17--Superhero adventures
Monday, July 24--Swishy Fishy
Monday, July 31--Keep on truckin'
Monday, August 7--Flower power
Monday, August 14--Sing a song
Programs to Participate In:
Readers: Need some community service hours in a pinch? READ. That's right, you can read a Young Adult book and review it and this can give you two service hours. You must check the book out from the library, and you must get a review form from the circulation desk. Return the completed form to the Library to get your credit. (An email will be sent to Peter Richter confirming your review was received.)
Junior Friend Activities during the school year:
Home for the Holidays
Letters to Soldiers