Anne Perry

Period Costume


Love Your Library
10/2 reception
10/2 reception
10/2 reception
10/2 reception
10/2 reception
Stephen Palumbi Author Event
Juan Sanchez
Read-A-Thon Participants
Celebrating Forty Years!
Friends at Nonprofit of the Year Dinner
Audience for Peter Fischer
Brad Herzog, April 17
Reception for Life Members and Benefactors
lucky raffle winners
Selling raffle tickets
Anne Perry
Period Costume at Anne Perry Event
Bookworks at the Anne Perry Event
why join?

In 2013, the Friends gave $5,000 for the summer reading program.

Our Mission

The Friends of the Pacific Grove Public Library help ensure that our library is a thriving community center for discovery and lifelong learning.

Become a Member!

Benefits for joining include:

Reduced admission to events
Quarterly newsletter
Annual reception for Benefactors and Life Members
Invitation to annual meeting
Connecting with other Library supporters

Plus, you have the satisfaction of knowing you're supporting the PG Library. Click here to join.

News From the PG Library Friends

"Listening to My Elders" - photographic exhibition
In Memory of Nancy Hauk

Nancy Hauk, for whom the Nancy and Steve Hauk Gallery in the Pacific Grove Library is named, died on July 22.  Nancy was born in St. Louis and graduated from Connecticut College, but she lived in Pacific Grove for many years. For a good portion of those years, she ran, with her husband, the Hauk Gallery.  Nancy was herself an artist of considerable talent.  Some of her art, donated by Steve Hauk, adorns the walls of the PG Library. If you would like something to remember her by, the library has several of her prints available for purchase.

Consider Donating Your Collections to the Friends

If you’ve spent any time in the Pacific Grove Library this past month, you probably noticed the beer mugs and steins for sale in a display case.  Or maybe you bought one, since they have been practically flying out of the Library.

The mug and stein collection donated by Russell and Reitha Weeks will generate roughly $200 in support for the P.G. Library. If you have a collection of interesting and gently-used items that can fit in one of the display cases, consider donating them to the Friends so their sale can keep the Library healthy.  It’s definitely a win/win situation.


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