The Friends of Plymouth Library

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You can download the membership form or pick up a membership form at the Plymouth Library anytime to help support your community library!

What is a Friend?

Friends of the Plymouth Library help the library by:

  • Raising funds through book sales
  • Supporting programming for children, teens, and adults
  • Advocating for the library throughout the community
  • Attending board meetings

Who is a Friend?

Anyone with an interest in libraries may join the Friends of the Plymouth Library. Memberships are good for one calendar year.

Benefits of Being a Friend

When you join the Friends of the Plymouth Library, you receive:

  • The satisfaction of working with others to enhance library services
  • Invitations to special events
  • The Friends of the Plymouth Library periodic eNewsletter with library happenings and a coupon for 1 free book at the next book sale
  • One hour pre-shopping at book sales

A library is not a luxury, but one of the necessities of life.

— Henry Ward Beecher

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The Friends Network

The Friends of the Plymouth Library is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to our community library, allowing more programming for children, teens, adults, and retirees. Local Friends groups partner with the Friends of the Hennepin County Library, sharing the common mission of supporting the Plymouth Library and the Hennepin County Library.

Libraries are not made; they grow.

— Augustine Birrell


Programs/Activities Supported by the Friends of the Plymouth Library

  • Used book sales
  • PlymouthREADS
  • Kids and teen book clubs
  • Teen Anime Club
  • Summer reading programs
  • Plymouth Home Expo
  • Plymouth Garden Tour
  • Teen art show
  • Author talks
  • Donations to HCL book collection
  • And MORE

Items Provided by the Friends of the Plymouth Library:

  • Early literacy materials
  • Library hours magnets
  • Display cubes & easels
  • Sign holders
  • iPod and docking station
  • And MORE

“Only a life lived for others is worth living.”

— Albert Einstein

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Volunteer at the Library

To find out about current volunteer opportunities with the Library or to apply online, visit For further questions, call the HCL Volunteer Office at (612) 543-8633.


Contact the Plymouth Friends


Email: or fill out this form.

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