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The Friends of the Santa Fe Public Library is an independent non-profit organization. Its mission is to advocate for and to support the public library by providing funding for programming, services and materials that enrich our diverse community.

Book Trails Heading West

presented by David Farmer

Author and Former Director of the DeGolyer Library at Southern Methodist University

Members Event

Sun, March 3rd

Talk: 3-4pm

Wine & Cheese Reception: 4-5pm

Main Library, Southwest Room

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Join the Friends for an illustrated talk highlighting the beauty of language and the power of story-telling featuring the work of writers who have shaped the spirit and captured the imagination of the Southwest.

Behind the Scenes

at the Library

a new Members Series

A series of special programs to celebrate the Friends’ 50th Anniversary. Tours of behind the scenes library operations and discussions with Library experts. Join one or attend them all! Refreshments will be served with time to socialize with Library staff and fellow members. 

Program #2

 The Shape of the Future

Wednesday, March 20th 6-7:30pm

LaFarge Library, 1730 Llano St

Not a member? It's easy to join! Already a member? Space is limited, please register now.

Upcoming Book Sales

Saturday, March 2

Main Discount Sale

145 Washington Ave 

Member Preview: 10-11am​

General Public: 11am-4pm

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Saturday, March 23

Southside Discount Sale

6599 Jaguar Dr

Member Preview: 10-11am​

General Public: 11am-5pm

Support your local Library - buy a gently used book at one of the Friends Book Stores
Main Library Bookstore

145 Washington Avenue

Open Mon-Sat 10-4

Closed Sunday 

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Southside Library Bookstore

6599 Jaguar Drive

Open Mon-Sat 10-4 

Closed Sunday


The Friends of the Santa Fe Public Library strongly support every citizen's freedom to read and the American Library Association’s Library Bill of Rights

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