Friends of the Morse Institute Library – Welcome

Founded in 1990, the Friends of the Morse Institute Library is a volunteer-led non-profit supporting the programs and priorities of the Morse Institute Library. Our funds help provide patrons with museum passes, Speed Reads, large print books, programs for all ages, and much more.  Join us!

Please excuse the rudimentary appearance of our website while we are updating it.

  • Holiday book sale – ages 0-13

    Mark Saturday, December 2, on your calendar! That’s the date of the Friends’ Holiday Book Sale for children (0-8) and tweens (9-13) at the Morse Institute Library. The sale will be in the Community Room on the lower level of the library. All books are $0.50 each. The Friends’ next big two-day book, bake, and…

  • Fall Book, Bake & Music Sale

    Join us on Sep 30-Oct 1 for the best Book, Bake, and Music sale around! Sat Sep 30 (8:30-4:30) and Sun Oct 1 (12:00-3:00). Books for all ages (adult $1, children/tween $0.50), plus DVDs, games/puzzles, CDs and vinyl, and baked treats. No strollers or scanners on Saturday, please.

  • Friends’ Annual Meeting

    The Annual Meeting of the Friends of the Morse Institute Library will be held on Monday, Sep 11, at 7pm in the Morse Room.  All members and library patrons are welcome at the meeting, where we’ll recap the past year and elect Steering Committee members.

  • Membership page is back!

    The membership/donation page of the Friends’ website is once again operational. Thanks for your patience as we made necessary repairs.

4 responses to “Friends of the Morse Institute Library – Welcome”

  1. Hi, I am interested in working as a volunteer at the library. I am a retired lawyer/homemaker who has patronized the library for years. Please let me know if you are looking for helpers! Holly Glidden

    • Holly, I can’t speak for the library, which may have its own volunteer pool, but we’d love to have you as a member of the Friends and a Friends volunteer. You can pick up a membership form at the Friends’ Book Nook in the library lobby and indicate that you’d like to volunteer. You can also join on the website and then email (We’re a membership-based nonprofit, and dues are an important part of our fundraising effort.) – Terri Evans, President

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