Friends of The Brookfield Library
The Friends of The Brookfield Library was formed to give members of the community a way to personally support the library. It is a not-for-profit organization that raises funds intended to help develop the library’s resources beyond what is provided through the town budget. Your membership contribution will help the Friends to provide materials, equipment, and programs for the library so that it may better serve you and your family.
The Friends’ fundraising events include:
- An annual book sale – This year’s sale will be held August 4-8, 2016, at Center Elementary School.
- An on-going used book sale
- A stand at the Brookfield Farmer’s Market
- A holiday gift-givers book sale
On-Going Book Sale
The on-going book sale is housed on the main floor of the library, to the right of the entry doors. You’ll find mysteries, thrillers, romances, children’s books, teen books, DVDs, CDs, and more. Great selection at bargain prices!
- Hardcovers: $2.00
- Paperbacks: $.50
- Other media: prices vary
The Friends are seeking books in good condition to stock both its on-going and special sales. Donated books sell quickly due to bargain prices, so more are always needed. Do you need room for new books on your shelves? Are there books your children have outgrown? Please consider donating your gently-treated used books to the Library. We accept donations March – September, and all donations are tax deductible. Call the Library (203-775-6241, ext. 101) for more information.