The Friends of the Allen Public Library is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization, dedicated to supporting the Allen Public Library by providing funds and programs that would not otherwise be possible.
ALLen Reads 2017
Do you want to meet authors? Plan concerts, food demonstrations, and guest speakers? Review books? Write grants? Connect with the community? All this and more happens when you join the Friends of the Allen Public Library. Call the library at 214-509-4913, leave your contact information, and someone from the Friends will contact you. Or you can do it via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We offer special projects, committees, opportunities to meet authors/illustrators/
Bach to Books
Bach to Books is a free arts program for the community, sponsored by The Friends of the Allen Public Library.
The main goal of Bach to Books is to share a variety of programs featuring music, dance, visual arts, literature, history and more with the people of our community for their enjoyment and enlightenment. We offer these programs free to the public, so that everybody can attend. Most events are held in the auditorium in the library.
Upcoming Programs include: · ·
- Alabama-Coushatta Indians / Thursday, October 20th – 7:30 PM
- Jimmy Wallace and the Stratoblasters / Friday, October 21st – 7:30 PM
- The Women of Sherlock Holmes / Monday, November 7th – 7:30 PM
- World War II pilot and Pearl Harbor survivor share stories for Veteran’s Day / Friday, November 11th – 7:30 PM
- Ten Gallon War / Wednesday, November 16th – 7:30 PM
- Eamon Kennedy, JFK Assassination Photographer / Thursday, November 17th – 7:30 PM
Ongoing Book Sale
One of the main sources of funding for Friends of the Allen Public Library is our ongoing book sale. Lately, sales are dropping because we don’t have enough books to sell! What a great way to encourage your kids to read — go through your books, pick some out to bring to the library, and while you’re here, pick up a few to take home!
In this year of budget cuts everywhere, the library needs all the funds we can give them. So help out by bringing YOUR books and magazines. And of course, it’s tax-deductible! Please bring us your popular paperbacks and children’s books that you are no longer using. Drop them off at the library circulation desk any time during library hours and ask for a tax receipt.