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Your membership dues contribute to the library in the following ways (view a more complete list):

  • Programs for children, teens and adults, including:
    • Summer Reading Program
    • Improv Club
    • LEGO Robotics
    • Diorama contest
    • Cookbook Club
    • Field trips
    • Wii gaming
    • and much more
  • Museum Pass Program
  • Books (large-print & audio), movies, and digital books (eBooks & eAudio)
  • Contribution of $25,000 to A New Chapter Upstairs Second Floor Renovation project
  • Film series – in 2018 we screened Hidden Figures, La La Land, A Man Called Ove, and more!

Membership is an affordable way to support our community! Dues start at $10/year. Memberships and donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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The Friends of the Library welcome your book and DVD donations, but cannot accept them at this time due to a large volume of donations already received and limited storage. Please hold any donations until after November 7, 2018. Thank you!

Some of the items received are given to the library for the collection and others become part of our book sales.

Donations can be received during regular library hours at the Reference Desk and larger donations can be left in the vestibule of the rear of the library, inside the loading dock door.

Monetary donations are also welcome, and will be used along with membership dues to support Library programming.



Donate to support the Friends of the Barrington Public Library


Thank you for your support!


The Friends have a variety of books available at the Daily Book Sale, located on the main floor of the Library, next to the Reference desk.

Our regular Fall and Spring Book Sales are major fundraisers for the Friends.

We have new Friends book bags, now available for sale tote bagat the Circulation desk in the library for $8.00! The bag, which is a sturdy canvas, shows off the new Friends of the Barrington Public Library logo, designed by Barrington resident Peter Nilsen, an art director and artist. Peter has published a number of fly fishing books and is president of the Rhody Fly Rodders.