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Friends of the Hopkinton Public Library

The Friends of the Library

In Action!

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Classical Music 101
Zoom Program

Friends provided this Zoom music

course to encourage and expand

music appreciation!

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Thank You!!

Introducing our new display case gift to the Hopkinton community, thanks to Middlesex Bank Charitable Foundation and its creator, John Foster.

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100% Volunteer Powered

We provide many opportunities for volunteers of all ages, interests and abilities to support the library.

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Financial Support for the Library

We support the library's offerings and add other programs and events. Our fundraising efforts include book sales and apple crisp.

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Welcome

The Friends of the Library was formed to offer community members an enjoyable way to support our wonderful library. Our all-volunteer team works to hold enrichment activities, offer speakers and raise funds to enhance the library's budget. Whether you are a student or a senior citizen or somewhere in between, we would love to have you join us. 

Upcoming Programs and Events

Boston Marathon News!

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We have two runners for the Boston Marathon in April who have kindly agreed to raise funds for Friends for their support of the library! If you would like to donate to the runners please go to the donation page.

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ELL Conversation Circles

Our second year of ELL Conversation Circles has begun. We will be welcoming back past students and greeting new participants.

Our program is designed to provide an opportunity for English As Second Language (ELL) Learners to practice vocabulary, pronunciation, and grammar in a fun, comfortable, laid back environment. Each Conversation Circle will use guided conversations and real life situations to build language confidence.
All level of learners are encouraged to participate.

Our first Conversation Circle will be led by Janet Fannon. Janet is a volunteer instructor who has extensive professional experience through the Jewish Vocational Services of Boston. She has experience with beginner and intermediate adult students.

The focus of this first gathering will be to give participants a chance to experience a Conversation Circle. It will also give us an opportunity to learn about you and how we can meet your needs.

Future Conversation Circles will meet on Thursdays at 2:30.

If you have any questions, please email Janet Fannon

at janetfa@comcast.net.

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For the complete list of our programs and events, go to the Events Page

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Book Sales

Encouraging reading for all ages

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Get Involved!

Join us or volunteer

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Adventure Passes

Passes for Museums, Parks and More...

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Donate

Individual gifts and business sponsorships

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