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Broomfield Library Friends Foundation
The Broomfield Library Friends Foundation (BLFF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization whose mission is to promote and support the library, provide special items, encourage gifts, endowments and memorials, and sponsor educational community events and activities. Membership is open to everyone. Annual dues and donations are tax deductible as the law permits.

BLF's Executive Committee is a group of volunteers whose officers are:

Kathleen Janosko
Martha Smith
Colleen Sawyer
Jane Froman


The Executive Committee meets at the Library at 5:30 p.m. on the third Tuesday of the month. Guests are welcome to attend. The Annual Meeting for all members is held once per year, to be determined by the Board.


BLFF  New Member Application

BLF's programs and activities include:

Used book store 
Used book sales (semi-annually)
Special guest speaker programs
Cuddletime Concerts
Book Groups in a Bag
Baby Welcome Program
Discovery Lab
Happy Noon Year
Model Railroading
One Book One Broomfield
Parenting Programs
Teen Advisory Board
Pizza and Prose
Adult Programming
Summer Reading Programs for Children, Teens and Adults
Brick Campaign

Used Book Shop

Friends operates a used book store in the library near the entrance. Volunteer members are needed to help clean, sort and organize books for the book store. Members may also volunteer to help out with fundraising projects, membership drives, and used book sales.

Please contact the Friends' Office at 720-887-2340 for more information about Broomfield Library Friends Foundation.