Friends of the Library

 

Looking for a challenge? Try the library’s book club.

Looking for a challenge? Try the library’s book club.

Looking for a challenge in your life or just an opportunity to meet new people while expanding your vision of the world without a great deal of risk?  Look to the library’s book cub. While some book clubs are formed by friends or co-workers, the book club through the...

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Nobody does it better

Nobody does it better

Nobody does it better Makes me feel sad for the rest Nobody does it half as good as you Baby, you're the best… Carly Simon first sang those words in 1977 but they come to mind today as I compose a love letter to the library during this Library Lovers’ Month. I grew up...

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What We Do

The Friends of the Library provide the Augusta Memorial Library with funds that are used for guest speakers, educational programs, handouts and craft materials, and maintaining our Reading Garden.  Our primary fundraising efforts come from an annual book sale during Augusta’s summer celebration and an annual donation letter.  Periodically we host patron appreciation events that feature door prizes and tasty treats. The Friends are always looking for new members and there are several ways that you can volunteer. Check out our brochure for more details.

Friends President,  Marty Rugotzke

friends@augustalibrary.org

Hours (by appointment only)

Monday: 10am - 5pm
Tuesday and Wednesday: 9am - 7pm
Thursday and Friday: 10am - 5pm
Saturday: 10am - 5pm
Sunday: Closed

Library

Contact

715-286-2070
aulib@augustalibrary.org
113 North Stone Street
Augusta, WI 54722-0474