Friends of Henika District Library
Love your library? Join the Friends of Henika District Library
The Friends are a non-profit volunteer group, comprised of people who know that our library is essential to the educational and cultural well-being of our community. We focus our interest in the library and work to help add the extras that tax dollars don’t cover — the resources for special programming, building maintenance and improvements, and support for the annual summer reading program. We aim to make our library a continuing cornerstone in our community and to provide opportunities for everyone in our community to engage in the joys of life-long learning.
Everyone is welcome.
Meetings will resume this summer. Please message the Friends of Henika Library Facebook page for more information!
Donate to the Henika District Library
Consider giving up one gourmet coffee a month and giving that four or five dollars to the library. Over a year’s time you could have purchased three or four new titles for the library collection! Think of it as giving a gift to yourself, your children, or your whole community! And think of the tax deduction you can take for each dollar you give.
Gently Used Materials
We are able to accept donations of newer used books. They should be clean and not smell. Donations of materials will be evaluated and either added to our collection or passed along to our Friends of the Library group for their annual book sales. ***We are not currently accepting donated materials of any kind.***
In the past, families have named the Henika District Library as the recipient of memorial donations. Donations honoring a living loved one are also welcome. These donations help to add items of special interest to the collection.
The Henika District Library has been the recipient of several generous gifts provided for in the estates of our patrons. We encourage anyone who values the place of the Library in the community to include us in your estate planning.
"A library is not a luxury but one of the necessities of life." – Henry Ward Beecher