The Friends of Barrington Public Library is a nonprofit organization that supports the Barrington Public Library through fundraising and membership.
Founded in 1980, the Friends is a group of hundreds of library lovers in Barrington, RI and nearby communities.
Interested? Call the Reference Desk at 401-247-1920, ext. 2 and ask for Joyce.
About the Friends
The Friends raise funds to support more than 80% of library programs and many important services made available to library users. Here are some of the amazing ways the Friends support Barrington Public Library:
- Film Lecture Series with Doug Swiszcz
- Museum Pass Program
- Provides free and discount passes to local museums and institutions including Isabella Stewart Gardener, The Gamm Theatre in Warwick, and the Boston Children’s Museum.
- Summer Reading
- Library of Things
- Makerspace Studio
- Community Puzzle
- Online subscription to The Providence Journal
- Express Books
- eZone ebooks & audiobooks
- Documentary & film showings
- Annual Peep Diorama Contest
Love your library? Become a Friend! Your membership helps to enrich the entire community.
Barrington Playing Cards for Sale
Purchase at the Barrington Public Library Circulation Desk.