Friends of the Brewster Public Library


The Friends of the Brewster Public Library is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization comprised of volunteers engaged in a variety of services and programs that support the Brewster Public Library.  Our mission includes

  • Increasing public awareness of and expanding the use of the Brewster Public Library;

  • Initiating, organizing, and promoting cultural and educational programs; and

  • Raising funds to further enrich library services.

Click here to become a Friend today!



How do the Friends raise funds?
Funds are raised through annual membership dues, book sales, raffles, and other events.

How are the funds used?
All proceeds benefit the Brewster Public Library and its initiatives. Some of our contributions help fund programs and services for children and adults, including the Summer Reading Program, Battle of the Books, and the Museum Pass program. Recently, the Friends helped furnish the new Children’s Library and spacious Community Room.

Who can join the Friends?
Anyone interested in helping the Brewster Public Library identify and meet the needs of a dynamic community may join.

How can I get more information about the Friends?
Please feel free to email, or call the library at 845-279-6421. A Friend will contact you to provide more information and answer any questions you may have.

Current Officers
Marie Finnegan, President
Daniel Finnegan, Vice President