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Friday, April 29, 2016

Friends of the Library Annual Meetings

littlefriends-webMake some new friends in the New Year!

Join our Friends of the Library groups for their fun annual meetings and consider becoming a member.

Friends of the Library are passionate, dedicated individuals who care about the library system and help keep our libraries strong. For more information, about these groups, visit our Friends page or download an application and bring it in to your library.

This year, the Friends of the Library annual meetings will feature a variety of special guests--click read more to find out!

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Friends of the Lakes Region Library

Tuesday, January 06, 2015, 10:30 am
Everyone is welcome to join the Friends of the Lakes Region Library at the Lakes Region branch for their annual meeting, followed by guest speaker, B.J. Jarvis Director of the UF/FAS Extension Office, will present a program on Growing and Cooking with Herbs. 


Friends of the Central Ridge Library
Thursday, January 08, 2015, 2:00 pm

Come meet the friends of the Library, those individuals who volunteer their time and effort to make the library the great place that it is. Not a friend yourself? Not a problem! This meeting is open to anyone who is interested in attending. Guest speaker Gerry Mulligan is sure to be informative so don't miss this meeting!

 

Friends of the Coastal Region Library

Friday, January 09, 2015, 2:00 pm

Join the Friends of the Coastal Region Library for their Annual Meeting. William Parker & Mercita Sue Will are back by popular demand with a presentation  of  Presidents and Their First Ladies: William Howard and Nellie Taft.

The Friends of the Coastal Region Library are a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing public library service for the citizens of Citrus County.

 

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Friends of the Homosassa Public Library
Friday, January 23, 2015, 1:00 pm
Mark your calendar for the 2015 Friends of the Homosassa Public Library annual meeting, Friday, January 23rd from 1-3PM. Hear Nigel Rudolph, the Public Archeology Coordinator of the Florida Public Archeology Network, Central Regional Center in Crystal River. Mr. Rudolph will lead us through the culture and lives of the ancient Native American peoples who left us the magnificent burial and temple mounds of the Crystal River Archeological Site. 
 

This meeting is free of charge and we welcome all residents of our community regardless of age. 

 

Friends of the Floral City Library
Date TBA, April, 2015, 12:00 pm

The public is invited to the Friends of the Floral City Library's Annual Meeting and Installation Picnic. 

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