About the Friends


Who are the Friends?

The Friends of the Wellesley Free Libraries are dedicated to enhancing the quality of our Library by providing materials, services and programming not funded by the library budget. From museum passes to author lectures to reading programs for our youngest patrons, the Friends work hard to ensure that our Library maintains its excellent reputation and serves our community at the highest level. Your membership is important to our success and enables the Friends to serve the entire Wellesley community in a very meaningful way.

How they support the Library

The Friends actively support the library in many ways:

Special Events for Youth
Summer reading events
Branch Library programs
Performing artists & visiting authors
Vacation week events
Special Events for Adults
Authors and Lecturers on issues of interest
Musical Performances
The Annual Margaret Arnold Lecture
Art workshops and demonstrations


Interested in joining the Friends?

If you are seriously interested in joining the Friends of the Wellesley Free Libraries then visit their website to make an inquiry or sign up to enroll in the Friends of the Wellesley Free Libraries membership. Additionally you can fill in a form and mail to join the friends.

Download Membership Form