Friends of the Warren Public Library
Who are the Friends?
A non-profit corporation, run by volunteers who are totally committed to enhancing Library programs for the citizens of Warren, MI.
The Friends of the Warren Public Library started in 1970 as Citizens for Library Action, and their purpose was public participation in libraries. In 1972, the group was incorporated as the Friends of the Warren Public Library. Their first book sale, the primary fund-raiser for the group, was held in October 1972.
What do the Friends do?
Share – A conviction that good library service is essential to everyone in the community.
Work – To provide materials and programs not available with library funds. The Friends have contributed more that $750,000 since 1975.
Support – Library programs such as the Summer Reading Club, craft programs, movies, animal shows, and more.
Sponsor – Weekly Used Book sales, programs for Children and Adults, Children’s table at the Warren Art in the Park, and the Warren Reading Group Book Discussion.
Assist – Library staff as needed, helping at the Summer Reading Club picnic and special programs.
What do Donations Pay for?
Donations & Contributions from Friends go to the Warren Public Library. These funds have made it possible for the libraries to continue its Summer Reading program and a variety of other Programs for adults, teens, and children not included in the general library budget. Funds also have been used to purchase large print books & computer programs for libraries.
Mailing Address: 1 City Square #100 Warren, MI 48093
Located North of 13 mile, East of Mound, in the old Fire Station our Bookstore is a great place to buy some coffee or tea and browse a wonderful collection of books, CD's, & DVD's.