All volunteer functions are on hold at this time.  We look forward to your generous help in the future.


The Friends of the Orchard Park Public Library is a volunteer-run orgranization.  We are always seeking help from our membership. If you would like to volunteer, please become a member. Your donated time is always appreciated. 

Ways in which you can lend a hand:

  • Sort donated books
  • Help with the book sales (setup, sale day staff, take down)
  • Help with other Friends sponsored events
  • Re-stock Book Cart and Book Nook
  • Be a 4th Tuesday speaker
  • Suggest an idea for a library program or presentation
  • Serve on the Friends Board
  • Introduce our speakers and events
  • Serve on a committee
  • Make Telephone calls
  • Photograph events
  • Stuff envelopes for our annual membership mailing

Come join us in helping our community and meet people who share a love of books, learning and serving others.

See our Latest News section to learn of other volunteer opportunities.

Contact Us at  info@friendsofoplibrary.org for more information



Have an idea? Contact us and make a suggestion on how best to use your talents!  Email us at finfo@friendsofoplibrary.org or go to our Contact Us page.

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4570 South Buffalo Street
Orchard Park, NY 14127


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Latest News


Fall 2020 Booksale CANCELED. Material donations ON-HOLD. Future events ON-HOLD. Learn how you can help in the meantime.

2019 Winter Book Sale Nov. 15-17 2019 Winter Book Sale Nov. 15-17

2019 Winter Book Sale will be held Friday, Nov. 15 through Sunday, Nov. 17. Please click here to learn more.

4th Tuesday Speaker Series Oct. 22 4th Tuesday Speaker Series Oct. 22

"The NASA Moon Lunch: 50 Years Ago" by Richard Herskind at 7 pm on Oct. 22