FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY
EDIBLE BOOK FEST
The Edible Book Fest competition will take place on Saturday, April 23 from 1 to 4 p.m. on the first floor of the Library. For more information or to submit an entry form, CLICK HERE.
CLICK HERE TO EMAIL THE FRIENDS
The Friends of the Library is a 501(c)(3) non-profit volunteer organization which supports the Natrona County Library. We welcome others to help us advocate for the library. We raise money to support the Library through book sales and other fundraising events. Proceeds have supported projects including the annual Edible Book Fest and Wyoming Reads.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Sharyle Good, President
Barb Gurkin, Vice President
Jackie Read, Vice President
Julia Whyde, Secretary
Evelyn McDaniel, Treasurer
To foster closer relations between the Natrona County Library and the citizens of Natrona County; to promote the functions, resources, services and needs of the Library, its patrons, and related programs; to advocate in the development of programs for the extension and improvement of the Library services and resources; to support provisions for adequate housing, materials, and other facilities of the Library; to promote and support literacy in the community.
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
Volunteers are welcome and needed for as little or as much time as they can give. Do you have a special talent, skill or interest that you’d like to share? We are always happy to have folks donate their talents and ideas (for example, web design, artwork, data entry, etc.). It might be a great way to get some experience to add to your resume while helping out a great cause!
The generosity of our community is very much appreciated; however, there are some items that don’t sell or are unusable due to age/condition. If you plan on donating–please ask yourself if you’d give the items to a friend–if you wouldn’t give the items to a close friend–please don’t give them to us.
Please do not donate the following items; these items are recycled immediately:
- Readers Digest Condensed books older than 2 years
- All encyclopedia sets
- National Geographic magazines more than 2 years old
- Textbooks more than 10 years old
- Cassette Tapes
- Damaged, dirty, or moldy books