BCFOL membership dues and donations are used for Library programs, equipment, and materials. Our volunteers contribute time and skills to outreach and fundraising activities. We are always looking for new volunteers! Share your talents or learn new ones with community service projects, exhibits, popular events, or workshops. It's fun and worthwhile! ►Learn more
March Book Sale for BCFOL Members Only – Fri.–Sat., Mar. 12–13, 10 a.m.–2 p.m. This book sale is by appointment only for Friends of the Library members. Masks are required. Members will receive an email invitation that includes a link to appointment registration. If you have questions about the book sale, please email email@example.com. ►More Info
Always-on Book Sale Alternatives include our eBay store, bargain books in the Library's central area, our bookstore in the Friends office next to the elevator, and our published books at the Bookmark Cafe.
BCFOL Book Discussion Group – Second Wednesday (Mar. 10), 10:15 a.m. Dorothy Herron Room. February's selection is A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles. ►More Info
Canning Clinic series – March 9, April 6, May 4, June 15. 7–8:30 p.m via Zoom. Presented by UT/TSU Extension for beginners or anyone wanting to brush up on canning skills. Sessions will cover basics, jams/jellies (beginners), tomatoes, and pickles. ►Details in Library Calendar►More Info
Smart Cycling Traffic Skills Course – Sat., Mar. 20, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. FREE course combines online instruction with parking lot and on-road practice of vehicular bicycling principles. Pre-registration required, ending March 15. ►More Info
Mindfulness at Work: Reducing Stress and Regaining Balance – Mar. 26, 8–10 a.m. via Zoom. Learn mindfulness tools that help you de-stress, tune in and get the job done. Soft Skills Training series. ►More Info
Kanopy – Sign-up with your BCPL library card for this free streaming service. Watch critically acclaimed movies, documentaries, and kids' favorites on your TV, desktop, tablet, or mobile phone. ►More Info
Ancestry Library Edition – An in-library eResource now available for in-home use through March 31, 2021. Trace your ancestors online and discover your unique personal history. ►More Info
Seed Library @ BCPL – March 1, 2021 through Oct. 31, 2021, during library hours. Valid library card required. Adults check out seeds in Reference Area of Adult Services; kids at Youth Services end of main desk. Accepting seed donations all year long. ►More Info at Library website
Members will receive an email invitation with a link to appointment registration. Masks required.
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50,000 Books! Build your own Library! Choose from a wide selection of used books in every category, many in mint condition. If you love to read, if you love books, don’t miss our book sale bargains! ►More Info►Map►Donate Books
Too many books? We’d love your donations!
Public book donations enable Blount County Friends of the Library to host quarterly book sales, maintain an eBay store and donate to the community. ►More Info