FOCCL SPRING 2023 BOOK SALE FUNDRAISER, April 20-22
Where: Cape Coral-Lee County Public Library Meeting Room
Members Only Preview Sale - Thursday, April 20, from 10:00am-3:00pm(join at door for $15 family membership)
Sale Open to Public - Friday & Saturday, April 21 & 22, from
Offering terrific selection of fiction & nonfiction books for all ages
at low prices, plus audiobooks, DVDs and CDs. Also for sale are “special”
priced books featuring Florida authors, autographed books, collectibles and
Cash or personal checks only!
Volunteers are needed for setup on Wednesday, April 19 and for all 3
days of the sale. To volunteer send email to email@example.com.
All kids in Lee County ages 5 thru 12 are invited to
participate in the 17th Annual Children’s Environmental Art Contest
“Coloring the Earth.” Organized by Friends of the Cape Coral Library and
The Cape Coral-Lee County Public Library, the theme for 2023 is “Save the
Florida Scrub-Jay.” All artwork must be received by noon on Saturday, April
29, 2023. The Cape Coral Library, located at 921 SW 39th
Terrace, has a designated box in the children’s area to receive entries.
sure to click on “Art Contest Flyer” for the entry form and important
Thanks to everyone who helped us celebrate the
50th Anniversary of Friends of the Cape
This very special event celebrated the 50-Year Anniversary of the Friends
of the Cape Coral Library, which was started five decades ago to
raise funds for the library and was known back then as The Little Acorns.
Friends of the Cape Coral Library is a non-profit
organization dedicated to enhancing the resources and services of the Cape
Coral-Lee County Public Library located at 921 SW 39th Terrace, Cape Coral,
The Friends raise funds
for supporting programs and purchasing materials for the library that are not
covered by the Lee County budget. As library advocates, our members speak out
in support of local, state, and national libraries.
The Friends of the Cape Coral library actively promote and support the library
through programs and activities, including:
Special fundraising events
Membership meetings devoted to topics of interest to library supporters
Guest author appearances that help build interest in books and reading
Public programs that provide cultural enrichment for the community
General Membership Meetings, which are free and open to the public, are held at the Cape Coral Library on a Saturday morning during the months of January, March, May, July, September and November. Dates can vary; please be sure to check the calendar.
Join us at 9:30 a.m. for coffee and snacks, then a business meeting, followed by a interesting and informative presentation. Socialize with members,
hear about upcoming events, and find out how you can help us make this important community resource, our library,