Friends of the
Encino-Tarzana Library

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The Friends of the Encino-Tarzana Branch of the Los Angeles Public Library (FOL) is a nonprofit organization of volunteers dedicated to enhancing the Library's resources and services since 1972. We invite you to participate. Join Us!

Our website is a comprehensive source of information - about our Friends and activities, our Branch Library and its resources, our Los Angeles Public Library's extensive resources, and links to our Encino-Tarzana community. CHECK THE MENUS AND ENJOY BROWSING!

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What do the Friends do?

Friends in Action

Every day - Browse, buy, and enjoy! Volunteers staff the Used Bookstore.

9/19 - Sorting donations, replacing Bookstore stock, storing boxes of books and media for December Book Sale. Sorters were joined by Rosalba Gonzalez, Field Representative for State Senator Fran Pavley. Ms Gonzalez presented the Friends of the Library with the Senator's Volunteer of the Month Certificate.

9/17 - Eight great HOTP, so much to enjoy!

9/17 - Board meets: committees report, activities planned, programs funded.

9/16 - Donations sorted into categories to refresh Bookstore, store for December Book Sale.

Storytime & crafts; Also FOL - Open Board meeting
Medicare 101 - Educational seminar
Page Turners' book club
Teens: button making
Storytime & crafts
DWP speaker
Book Lover's book club
Story time and crafts; Also Medicare 101 - Educational seminar
Last Saturday of the month poetry
Story time and crafts
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Our Mission:
The purposes of the Friends are to enhance community interest for the Library as a prime cultural and educational asset; to focus public attention on its resources and services; to encourage and receive gifts, endowments and bequests to the Library; to raise funds in support of the Library's collection, services, operations, and facilities; and to support and cooperate with the Library in developing library services and programs for the community.

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