Friends of the Fallbrook Library
"Dedicated to the enrichment and enhancement of the Fallbrook Branch of the San Diego County Library"
Organized and incorporated in 1963, it is one of the largest and most active Friends groups in San Diego County. Managed by the governing Board of Directors, it operates the Bottom Shelf Bookstore and provides volunteers to assist the library staff by stocking shelves and helping with children's programs.
The Friends led the fundraising campaign for the new library which includes a permanent art collection, state-of-the-art equipment, a large community room, special sections for teens and children, a computer lab and a larger bookstore.
Funds raised by the Friends support...
- Library reading programs
- "1st Grade at the Library"
- "Special collection" purchases
- Art in the Library: Permanent Collection & Exhibitions
- Friends-sponsored events:
- Monthly music series
- Annual Community Read
- Author appearances
- Book Talks
Become a member and support YOUR library! Pick up a membership form in the bookstore or click on "Memberships" at right.
The new donor tile represents donations made by three separate individuals/group to honor loved ones. The donors are shown here standing in front of the new tile on the wall in front of the library.
Carla and Gordon Tinker, Laura Hughes, Karen and Walt Parry
The new exhibition, “Diversity” at the Library features sixteen Latino artists from Southern California and Mexico.
This show celebrates the diversity of the Latino community, and the diverse styles of the participating artists. The exhibition is curated by Fallbrook artist Daniel Marquez, who gathered together artists from Fallbrook, Los Angeles and San Diego, as well as Mexicali, Ensenada and Tijuana in Baja California.
San Diego County Library Concerts