Founded in 1990, the Friends of the Morse Institute Library is a volunteer-led non-profit supporting the programs and priorities of the Morse Institute Library. Our funds help provide patrons with museum passes, Speed Reads, large print books, programs for all ages, and much more.  Join us!

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  • Off the Shelf – Spring 2021 Friends newsletter

    From pop-up book sales on the Library lawn to the Summer Reading Program: learn what the Friends are up to in the latest issue of Off the Shelf. Off the Shelf – Spring/Summer 2021  

  • Our “ask” about book donations

    Now that the library is open for browsing, we’re accepting book donations again! Please limit your donations to two boxes OR four grocery bags a day.

  • Natick Nights Pop-Up Sale

    Thursday, July 29 – 5:00 PM – 6:45 PM Morse Institute Library Lawn Join the Friends for our Natick Nights pop-up mini-book sale on the  library lawn! We’ll have carts with fiction, mystery, DVDs, and books for kids and tweens ($1 adult books, $0.50 children’s and tween books, $2 for DVDs). Cash sales only.  Stop […]

  • Natick Summer Community Read

    The Friends are proud to be a sponsor of the Morse Institute Library’s Summer Community Read. To supplement its “Tails & Tales” Summer Reading theme this year, the Library will be handing out free copies of Bestselling Author Sy Montgomery’s How to Be a Good Creature: A Memoir in Thirteen Animals and Becoming a Good Creature, […]

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  1. Hi, I am interested in working as a volunteer at the library. I am a retired lawyer/homemaker who has patronized the library for years. Please let me know if you are looking for helpers! Holly Glidden

    • Holly, I can’t speak for the library, which may have its own volunteer pool, but we’d love to have you as a member of the Friends and a Friends volunteer. You can pick up a membership form at the Friends’ Book Nook in the library lobby and indicate that you’d like to volunteer. You can also join on the website and then email morsefriendsvol@gmail.com. (We’re a membership-based nonprofit, and dues are an important part of our fundraising effort.) – Terri Evans, President

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