The Junior Friends of the Library is a volunteer group of young patrons (5th grade & up) who enjoy books, videos, music, crafts & outings. Periodically, the Junior Friends hold fundraisers to raise money for exciting programs, help obtain items for the library & to help area shelters, food banks & people in need.
The Junior Friends meets every third Thursday of every month at 6:30 PM in the Library under the supervision of the Children's Librarian & volunteer parents.
For more information about joining the Junior Friends of Oxford Public Library, visit the Circulation Desk at the library or call (203) 888-6944.
Junior Friends is a volunteer group of young people from grades 4 and up. Membership is open to the public. Meetings are at 6:30 p.m. on the second Thursday of the month.
The organization assists the library with projects and volunteers time and service. Library workshops are balanced with social events such as movie nights, seasonal parties, author bingo games and game nights.
For fund raising, Junior Friends sponsors an occasional bottle and can drive and has bake sales.
Miss Higginson may be reached for more information at (203) 888-6944.