President Donna Boddy
Treasurer Melissa Panio-Petersen
Secretary Diane Gallagher
Joan R. Barnes
Friends of the Library
The Friends of the Orland Park Public Library is a non-profit organization dedicated to encouraging public interest and financial support for the library. They support various programs and cultural activities held at the library for the enjoyment of the entire community.
The Friends of Orland Park Public Library will now receive a donation for every Amazon.com order you make if you click this link and sign in:
Become a Friend!
You can support the Friends by becoming a member. “Friend” level memberships are just $5 per year and “Good Friend” memberships are $10 per year. “Best Friend” memberships and above start at $25 per year. Memberships are year-to-date, so you can join any time and receive a full-year’s benefits.
If you are interested in joining Friends of the Orland Park Public Library, Membership Forms are available at the library and by downloading the PDF “Friends Membership Information”.
The Friends of the Orland Park Public Library is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by the law.
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President Donna Boddy
Meetings are held throughout the year. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org; or call Mary Adamowski at 708-428-5202 for dates and further information.
The Friends sponsor RECYCLED READS, an ever-changing selection of gently-used books, DVDs and CDs available for purchase. RECYCLED READS has its own room now and is located across from the main staircase on the first floor. Stop in and shop for recent bestsellers, classics, your favorite movie and more.
The Friends of the Library will discontinue taking material donations due to COVID-19 now.
Donations may begin again once what they have is quarantined and sorted.
Look for the Friends paperback book racks at the Orland Park Metra train stations. Commuters are welcome to take these books for their train commute. You are also encouraged to use this forum as a paperback exchange if desired.
The proceeds from the sale of these items and from Recycled Reads support adult, teen and youth programming at the library.