The Friends are currently accepting donations.
Thanks to a small group of energetic and determined Hoover residents the FRIENDS was established in 1982. They recognized the need for a library in the rapidly expanding city of Hoover. Today, the Friends work with library staff to support the mission and goals of the library. They provide support for the library for the library's projects, activities and aquisitions, as well as focus public attention on library services, facilities and needs.
FRIENDS have fun! FRIENDS have great programs! FRIENDS are fascinating people! Join and you’ll be glad you did.
Officers 2022 - 2023
|First Vice President||Nabella Shunnarah|
|Second Vice President||Mike Reed|
|Recording Secretary||Roberta Atkinson|
|Corresponding Secretary||Joyce Cattelane|
|Assistant Treasurer||Cathy Storch|
Friends membership is open to any person or organization interested in helping to support the Hoover Public Library and willing to pay the dues. You do not have to be a Hoover resident to join. We have several levels of membership available.
What do the Friends do?
Hold regular book sales
Host monthly events and lectures on interesting topics
Sponsor the annual Summer Reading programs for children, teens and adults
Support Southern Voices (our annual celebration of writing, music and art)
Support National Library Week
Support Library Theatre events
Support art receptions
As a member, you can:
Make new friends!
Volunteer in organizing or staffing a book sale
Pursue leadership opportunities within the Friends
Help plan and/or attend monthly meetings with interesting speakers
Feel proud of helping your library and community