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Friends of the Windsor Library
The sole purpose of the Friends of the Windsor Library (FoWL) is to support the Windsor Regional Library. The Friends sponsor programs; provide funding for materials, supplies and furnishings; and present art shows which are free to the public.
The financial assistance the Friends provide is made possible by library patrons who donate to and purchase materials from the book cart in the library lobby. The book cart is open all library hours and is stocked by volunteers.
Occasionally, the Friends also sell books at the Windsor Farmers’ Market.
Join the Friends! Friends membership form now available.
2014 SPRING Art Show
The Friends of the Windsor Library Spring Art Show will be March 5 through 15. As always, the show will be located in the Forum Room off the entrance lobby.
The reception will feature a performance by Nueva School of the Arts students from their spring performance of Elmer Rice’s Pulitzer Prize winning play, Street Scene. The play takes place on a hot June evening in New York, and in front of an old brownstone walk-up apartment. The individual fates of eight neighboring 1920s Hell’s Kitchen families intertwine during this brief stretch of time. The gallery is going to be set up like a mini museum with artifacts and articles from the era collected and curated by the Nueva students. Come to meet the student artists and enjoy light refreshments.
Admission to the show is free but donations are always appreciated.
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors of the Friends of the Windsor Library meets at noon the second Thursday of each month. Any changes to individual meeting times are posted in the library lobby. The current directors are:
Newsletter Editor is Barbara Meola. The newsletter is published twice a year and mailed to current FoWL members.