The Friends of the J. V. Fletcher Library invite you to attend our 2016 Annual Meeting
Thursday, November 3
Annual Meeting 7:00 pm
Featured Speaker 7:30 pm
Our featured speaker is Joseph Bagley. He is the Boston City Archaeologist, and author of "A History of Boston in 50 Artifacts." Joe joined the City Archaeology Program in 2011 as Boston’s fourth City Archaeologist. Bagley curates a growing repository of archaeological collections currently housed at the City Archaeology Laboratory in West Roxbury, acts as the review and compliance agent for below-ground cultural resources in the city, educates the public in archaeology through a number of city programs, manages Rainsford Island, and manages the Archaeology Programs social media platforms. “A History of Boston in 50 Artifacts” offers a unique and accessible introduction to Boston’s history and physical culture while revealing the ways objects can offer a tantalizing entrée into our past.
Refreshments will be served.
The Friends' Annual Meeting, on Thursday, November 3, starts at 7 p.m. The meeting includes voting for the slate of officers and approving changes to the bylaws. Only Friends members can vote. Memberships are available at the door. Joseph Bagley's talk, starting at 7:30, is free and open to all.
If you have...
- enjoyed an adult, teen, or children's library program
- used a museum pass for discounted entrance fees
- downloaded music, ebooks or audiobooks, or streamed films
- used our library app (iOS or Android)
- listened to an audiobook
- read a Friends' Bestseller
- browsed at a book sale
- enjoyed the updated library furnishings and décor
- used a reference laptop
- relaxed with a beverage in Aesop's Tables Café
... you have benefited from the Friends of the Library!
The Friends of the J.V. Fletcher Library fund programs and performers, provide new equipment and furnishings, and supplement the multi-media collections. The Friends offer invaluable financial and material assistance to the library through book sale proceeds, membership drives, and other fund raising programs. The Friends of the J.V. Fletcher Library is registered as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Our bylaws are available online. Watch for our mailings or click here to become a member!
The Friends of the J.V. Fletcher Library help the library serve the community. The Friends support the library through advocacy, volunteer service and fundraising in order to enhance resources, facilities and service.