Friends Members Presale, January 18, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Public Sale, Saturday, January 19, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. with bag sale to follow. $3 a bag (our bag) Saturday 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. ONLY!
You can join the Friends at the door!
You will find a number of books available in the following pricing structure:
- adult hardback fiction books for $1.00
- adult paperback fiction books for $0.50
- hardback non-fiction books for $2.00
- soft back non-fiction books $0.50
- coffee table books are $3.00
- children’s hardbacks for $0.50
- children’s paperback books for $0.25 for five for $1.00
- audio visual materials including DVD’s, music CD’s and books on CD are priced from $1.00 – 2.00
- VHS tapes are $0.50
As an association of persons interested in the High Point Public Library, the purposes of the Friends are to focus attention on the library, stimulate its use, support the development of services and programs for the community, and encourage financial contributions.
- The Friends of the Library began in 1984. During its early years, members worked behind the scenes to promote the library in the community.
- After the Library moved to its current location in 1992, the Friends became more active providing funding for special projects, programs, and equipment.
- In 2001, the Friends raised the money to buy “Books and Beyond,” the High Point Public Library’s mobile library.
- When the library expanded and renovated in 2010, the Friends provided significant funding for new furnishings.
The many year-round activities the Friends take part in include:
- Annual Meeting with interesting keynote speakers
- Book Sales, gift baskets and other fundraisers
- Advocating for the library with state and local elected officials
- Sponsoring author and arts-related programs at the library
- Providing a newsletter three times each year reporting on library events, services and programs, plus other items of interest to library lovers
- Hosting and providing refreshments for special library events
All activities are done in the spirit and enjoyment of Friends with similar interests.
Currently, there are several hundred individuals who make up the membership of the Friends. If you would like to join this important and vital community group, stop by the customer service desk and complete an application (PDF). The Friends would welcome adding your name to those who support the High Point Public Library.
Submitting the Application
Print this form (PDF) and mail it or drop it off at the Library's Customer Service Desk.