Did you know that every time you shop online through Amazon.com, you could be helping the Orchard Park Public Library?
Amazon.com will make a donation to the charity of your choice (at no cost to you) every time you make an eligible purchase. All you have to do is start your shopping experience through AmazonSmile: http://smile.amazon.com.
It’s free and it’s easy. All you have to do is select the "Buffalo and Erie County Public Library Co" as your charity, click on the Orchard Park location, and then shop away!
To set up your charity, just enter your Amazon login, password and search for "Buffalo and Erie County Public Library Co". Scroll down to select the Orchard Park location. Once selected, all eligible purchases will be registered to benefit the library every time you purchase through AmazonSmile.
It’s just one small way you can help the Orchard Park Public Library!
The Friends offer many way to purchase books. Your purchases fund programs at the library. To learn more about these opportunities please visit the following pages on our site:
Note cards with a sketch of the Orchard Park Public Library are available for sale at the library. These are located at the center Information Desk.
$5.00 for 6 note cards and envelopes
Book Bags are available for sale at the library. They are located near the self-checkout stations.
There are sturdy canvas bags, just right for toting books back home. These are roomy bags and are washable too!
There are also plastic drawstring bags available near the checkout counter. A variety of images are available.
Friends of the Orchard Park Public Library
4570 South Buffalo Street
Orchard Park, NY 14127
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2019 Winter Book Sale will be held Friday, Nov. 15 through Sunday, Nov. 17. Please click here to learn more.
"The NASA Moon Lunch: 50 Years Ago" by Richard Herskind at 7 pm on Oct. 22
Sept. 24 presentation to feature conversations between President Abraham Lincoln and General Ulysses Grant.