Night at the Library ~ A “Virtual” Moveable FeastSaturday, May 30,2020 7:00PM
Everyone in the family is invited to attend Night at the Library from the comfort of your own home.The silent auction is OPEN, start bidding by REGISTERING TODAY.
LIMITED OFFER UNTIL May 25: “Moveable Feast” Dinners delivered safely to your home on May 30! Donated by Barranco, Batch & Brine, Fraiche Catering, Metro, La Finestra, Lavash, Locando Positano, Pizza Antica, Reve Bistro, and Sideboard, plus wine from Wine Thieves.
Show your support for the Lafayette Library and Learning Center, register and start bidding. Your donation makes it happen! Individual donations ensure that Library programs, classes, open hours, staff and all the resources and opportunities you miss now will be waiting for you when the doors re-open.
Committee Hosts – LLLCF Board of TrusteesCarrie Barlow, Victoria DeMoss, Julio Dolorico, Karen Evans, Danielle Gallager, Rita Iorfida, Adam Lyon, Karen Mulvaney, Regan Scovic, Maya Enista Smith, Lisa Spiegler, Don Tatzon, David Van Etten, Rick Wise, Kirt Zimmer, Denise Zetterbaum
Proceeds benefit the Lafayette Library and Learning Center.
The Library relies on donations to meet the growing, every changing needs of the community. Your donation makes it possible for the Library to provide innovative programs (1,000 each year, 100% funded by the Foundation), with the latest resources and professional services for the benefit of us all.
Doesn’t the county provide funding for the Library?
60% of the Library’s funds come from the LLLC Foundation (52+%) and Friends. Donors keep the doors open 7 days a week for an additional 24 hours, with professional staff, the latest resources/technology, and enriching programs for all.
Very limited funding (less than 40%) comes from the County and City of Lafayette.
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