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!
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Natick Days Mini-Golf Event
In 2012 the Friends hosted the Library’s mini-golf event during Natick Days for the 10th consecutive year. Natick Days is 5 hours of fun for the whole family. Over 100 non-profit groups participate selling all kinds of games, activities, goods, and plenty of food and drink. Read more about the history of Natick Days in…
Curbside Book Drops
The Friends new, larger book and media drop boxes have been moved to curbside making weekend and after hour material returns easier than ever.
Natick Reads about Vietnam
The Vietnam Moving Wall stopped in Natick in 2011 and the Friends provided both financial and volunteer support for this Natick Reads community event.
Jeanne M. Brodeur Scholarship
Extended until June 8.Thanks to a generous bequest from the estate of Jeanne M. Brodeur the Friends are establishing a scholarship fund for qualified applicants wishing to further their education in the field of library science.