The Friends of the Hamilton North Public Library is a public-spirited group of people interested in books, education, community, and the library.
Through volunteering and financial support, the Friends have made possible:
There are many opportunities for members to become actively involved with the Friends. Volunteering offers a rewarding way to support our activities and meet other people with similar interests. Volunteer schedules are flexible.
As a Friend, you may help to:
Please feel free to stop in for the Friends of the Library meet monthly held the third Wednesday of each month. Meetings start at 6:30 p.m. and alternate between Cicero Library and Atlanta Library. Here is our 2018 calendar:
If you would like to become a member of the Partners & Friends, you may drop off your completed form below to the library, or by mail.
A primary activity of the group is to raise money as a nonprofit organization. The Friends of the Hamilton North Public Library is a 501(c)(3). All memberships and donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Funds raised by the Friends, primarily through book sales, are used to supplement the library’s operating budget. Sale items may be purchased at Atlanta and Cicero Libraries during regular business hours. Merchandise is regularly added to the sale shelves so check back frequently for newer items. Sale prices vary. (Sometimes, without advance notice, prices are reduced. This is another reason to visit the bookstore often!)
For more information about the Friends, their Mission, and how you can become involved, call Friends President Nancy Redd at 317-420-1082!