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incorporated in March, 1988 and
under the umbrella of Friends of
the Library of Hawaii since May,
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F.O.L.K. BOOK SALE
October 18, 2014
9 AM to 1 PM Kailua Kona Library Lanai
Special Date Because of
Ironman Library Closure
on October the 11th
Friends of the Libraries, Kona
Receives $1,000 Grant from the IRONMAN Foundation
Kailua Kona Library Lanai
Tuesday October 21, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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|Help F.O.L.K. Raise $$$!
When you purchase from Amazon
Take advantage of Amazon Smile
There is no cost to you. It only takes signing in to Amazon
Smile which will automatically donate 0.5% of your
purchases to the charity you select. It costs you (and the
charitable organizations) nothing, and it's just like shopping
on Amazon normally, but you get to do a world of good.
Start your shopping at smile.amazon.com (which means you
have to update your bookmark if you want to do this), and
shopping from the Amazon apps, Kindle, or through affiliate
links won't count.
Select Friends of the Libraries, Kona as your charity and
Amazon takes care of the rest.
|November's Selection The Round House
by Louise Erdrich
|Updating the Kealakekua Library
F.O.L.K. has recently funded the purchase of
new furniture for the Kealakekua Library and is
currently working toward replacing and updating
the circulation desk. We are in need of a
contractor to oversee this project. If you would
like to volunteer or have someone you would
recommend, please contact us at
October 28, 2014
@ Kailua Kona Library
This month we will focus on how important it
is to protect our oceans and coastlines from
marine debris and reducing our reliance on
non-biodegradable products. Our presenter
is Megan Lamson, marine biologist, with the
Hawaii Wildlife Fund.
We are proud to partner with :