Welcome Library Lover!


  • Become a member of the Friends of the Longmont Library.

We’re so glad you’re visiting our site to learn more about our organization.  If you’re here, it’s probably because you — like us — love the Longmont Public Library and all it brings to our special community.  Our goal is simple:  to raise money to support the Library and ensure that it continues to be the incredible place it is for reading, writing, studying, learning, playing, and coming together. We hope you’ll join us!  So, take some time, have a look around, and let us know if you have any questions.  The Contact page is always open!


Before visiting the Library, please see the Library’s website to read all the new rules and guidelines regarding their reopening procedures.


DONATIONSWe are unable to accept book donations at this time.

VOLUNTEERS: If you’re like us, you are eager to “get back to work” at the Library. At this moment, there is limited accessibility to the Library. You will be the first to know when we get the green light. Thanks for your patience and understanding!

WE NEED YOU! Recent headlines in the Times-Call state that the city of Longmont faces a $11.33 million shortfall in revenue this year. This will deeply affect the Longmont Public Library’s budget. Our Library needs our Friends Members now more than ever. Your monetary donations and support are sincerely appreciated at this great time of need. Click here to make donations

Please stay tuned right here for further updates. Thanks! Be well…and happy!


Yes! We are still selling valuable volumes here on our webpage. And our Friends Members receive outstanding discounts! Please go to our Buy Books page to see the books and all the details.



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The Friends have supported our author talks, current events series, musicians, meet-ups, and so much more. It is no stretch to say that, without the Friends, our programming team would not be able to offer what it does to our community.


Josie B., Head of Adult Programming