The Friends of the Library of Apache Junction was organized in 1982 to assist the public library in serving the people of Apache Junction. It is a non-profit organization which helps the Library by providing funds for special materials, literacy projects, equipment and programming which are not covered by City funds.
Funds are generated by operation of the Friends book store, Chapter Two, located in the Library and through membership dues, gifts, endowments, memorials and grants. The Friends gladly accept donations of gently used materials which may be placed on the picnic table by the West entrance.
Lost Dutchman Days Book Sale – February 21-23, 2024
Please join us February 21-24, as stock permits, for our Lost Dutchman Days Book Sale! This big 2 for $1 sale will take place in the North Wing Program Room during library hours. Cash only.
Engraved Tile Project
Friends of the Library also have an Engraved Tile Project where you can have a custom tile engraved and affixed to the pillar at the front of the library. Cost starts at $50 and another $25 for each additional line and picture.
To provide the Friends of the Library with other gifts, endowments, grants or memorials, or for more information, write:
Friends of the Library of Apache Junction
P.O. Box 1054
Apache Junction, AZ 85217-1054
Please contact us with questions or comments at: firstname.lastname@example.org