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The Friends

of the Peterborough Town Library

The Friends of the Peterborough Town Library is a non-profit group of devoted supporters of the Library. Their primary mission is to raise funds for items and programs that are not included in the Library's annual budget. They believe in the importance of supporting and enhancing our Library for current and future readers. 

KS House

What do the Friends do?

The Friends run the Kyes-Sage Book Shop, which is open May- November, 3 days a week, selling good quality used adult and childrens books. The funds raised go towards library services like:

  • Summer Reading Program
  • Children and teen's special events and programs
  • Any extras that the tax dollar doesn’t cover


There are many opportunities to contribute to the Friends. Please email the Friends to find out more at:

Opportunities include:

  • Working at the Kyes Sages Used Bookshop
  • Gardening
  • Assisting at programs
  • Serving on a committee that develops a continued education series


To make a tax-deductible donation to the Friends, please send gifts to:

Friends of the Library
Attention: Sandy Bibace
Peterborough Town Library
2 Concord Street
Peterborough, NH 03458

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Become a Member of the Friends

Your  membership can make a real contribution to our library services and facilities, and can make a great library even greater by serving more people in more ways.

Member dues (tax deductible):

  • Individual Member $20.00
  • Family Member $30.00
  • Life Member $500.00

Checks should be made payable to the Friends of the Peterborough Town Library.

Please use the membership form available here.

Meet the Friends Board

Carol Boyle, Chair

Currently vacant, Vice-Chair

Sandy Bibace, Treasurer

Mary Clark, Secretary

Ann Alexander

Kathy Allen

Joan Butler

Martha Dahl

Anne Huberman

Ronnie McIntire

Friends Board meetings are open to the public. If you would be interested in attending a meeting and/or joining the Board, find out more by emailing to speak with one of the Board members.

Image of children attending a program.
A wonderful owl program sponsored by the Friends of the Library.