Friends of the Richardson Public Library, Inc.
A 501(C)(3) Nonprofit

FOL Book Sale
in the library basement program room 

Join us for another amazing book sale, featuring tens of thousands of books and other media, most priced $2.00 or less!

Friday 10/7/16    10-5pm
Saturday   10/8/16    10-5pm
Sunday 10/9/16      2-5pm

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Annual Meeting and Dinner
Featuring Nancy Churnin

Bringing Back Forgotten, Diverse Heroes Through the Magic of Books

Nancy Churnin is the theater critic for The Dallas Morning News and the author of the picture books, The William Hoy Story, How a Deaf Baseball Player Changed the Game.

Tuesday, September 27, 6:00pm
Aboca's Italian Grill (more)


 


InPerson Author Lecture Series

Tuesday, June 21st. 7-9:00pm

Wine, cheese & crackers and desserts with authors John T. Davis, Brent Douglass and James R. Dennis discussing their latest book - Ransom Island

The author of four funny, fast-paced novels of intrigue set on the Texas Gulf Coast, Miles Arceneaux is a one-of-a-kind writer. Or, to be precise, he is three-of-a-kind. The irreverent persona of “Miles” is the product of three friends, lifelong Texans, and Gulf Coast aficionados. more

Audio Book Challenge

Help your Friends raise $1000.00 to purchase audio books for the library. more

Annual Meeting and Dinner
Featuring Terry Martin

September 22nd at Aboca's Italian Grill more

Terry Martin’s long and distinguished career in the theatre has established him as one of this country’s leading actors, directors and arts administrators.  As WaterTower Theatre’s Producing Artistic Director for the last 15 years, Terry has placed an indelible stamp on the professional theatre scene in Texas through his stewardship of one of the nation’s fastest growing theatres.   During his tenure at WaterTower Theatre, the company has received 110 Dallas Theatre League Leon Rabin Award nominations and 19 Dallas-Fort Worth Critics’ Forum awards.

InPerson Author Lecture Series 

Dessert & Coffee with New York Times best selling author, Taylor Stevens.

Author of The Informationist, The Innocent, The Vessel, The Catch and The Doll. Her newest book, The Mask, hits news stands June 30th.

Taylor will talk about her journey from growing up as a child raised without an education in cult communes to becoming a bestselling novelist.

Thursday, June 11, 7-9pm more

Scholarships

The FOL has awarded two scholarship of $2000 each to library volunteers more


Images from the 2015
Annual Meeting and Diner

Beyond Membership

If you have an interest in being a Volunteer, Committee Member, Director or Officer, please contact us about rewarding opportunities.

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