Friends of the Everett Public Libraries
Who are the "Friends"?
Corporate MembersThe E Club
J. Lester MacLaughlin & Co.
State Line Graphics
Sustaining MembersJon Norton
We support the Libraries in Everett through our activities, programs and fundraising:
- Newsletter - Library news and events.
- Booksales - October & June
- Programs - Annual Meeting and Speaker & Special Programs
To join the Friends of the Everett Libraries or renew your membership, send a check or money order for $5 to:
- The Friends, c/o Parlin Memorial Library
- 410 Broadway, Everett, MA 02149
Include your name, address and telephone number. Also if you are interested in volunteering for the Booksale, please let us know. For more information, call Mrs. Abraham at 394-2303.
Public computer services are vital to employment, education and communications. Our Technology Partners are businesses and organizations that have helped the library meet the matching requirements of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation grant to upgrade our aging public access computers. Eagle Bank and Dampney Company, Inc. are our newest Technology Partners. Many thanks go to all of these community leaders:
- Eagle Bank
- Dampney Company, Inc.
- Everett Co-operative Bank
- Everett Car Services
- Kiwanis of Everett
- Schnitzer Northeast
- Law Offices of Capone & Capone
- Dunkin' Donuts-the D'Angelo Family
- E-Kem Sciences
- First United Parish of Everett
- Rotary Club of Everett
If you, your business or organization would like to be a Technology Partner, please call Director, Deborah Abraham at 617-394-2303 for more information.
Glendale Park Poster
The area we know as Glendale Park was once of the Corbett Farm. At the turn of the century, a landscape artist created a large oil painting of the farm and surrounding houses. Take a good look and you can see where the streets were built. Last year, the painting was restored and rededicated at the 100th Anniversary of the Shute Library. The Friends have created a poster from the painting. Now, you can have your own piece of Everett history. Posters are approximately 12 by 20 inches with a 1 inch white border, suitable for framing. They are $5.00 and are available at any of the Libraries or from the City Clerk's Office at City Hall.
The original painting was donated to the Shute Library by Joseph Evans and Lucinda Corbett Nichols in 1950 in memory of Noman Black Nichols who was killed in action during World War II. The restoration was completed in memory of Elizabeth L. O'Sullivan.