Friends of the Morgan Hill Library

Join Our Friends Group | Bookstore | Book Sales | Online Sales

Looking for a way to be more involved with the Morgan Hill Library?

The Friends of the Morgan Hill Library raise money and perform volunteer service. Their efforts make possible:

  • A better collection
  • A broader range of programs
  • A more attractive library

Join our Friends group today!

Learn more about our Friends group by visiting the Friends of the Morgan Hill Library, opens a new window website. Join online or with a print application:

  1. Contact us online via Volunteer Match, opens a new window (please select the "I want to help!" button).
  2. Complete a print application, opens a new window and return the completed form along with your membership dues to the Friends Bookstore in the Morgan Hill Library, or mail to:

Friends of the Morgan Hill Library

660 West Main Avenue

Morgan Hill, CA 95037-4135

The Friends of the Morgan Hill Library run a Bookstore within the Library, hold a Book Sale several times a year, and have an Amazon storefront for the specially priced and more unusual books.


Friends Book Sales

Friends of the Library Bookstore

The Friends of the Morgan Hill Library offers donated books and materials for sale in the Bookstore adjacent to the Library's lobby. The store is staffed by volunteers. Hours of operation are subject to availability of staffing.

Bookstore Hours:

  • Monday: 12:00pm - 6:00pm
  • Tuesday: 12:00pm - 6:00pm
  • Wednesday: 12:00pm - 6:00pm
  • Thursday: 10:00am - 5:30pm
  • Friday: 10:00am - 5:30pm
  • Saturday: 10:00am - 4:30pm

Book Sales

Friends of the Library Books Sales are held several times a year, in the Morgan Hill Library's Program Room.

Learn more about upcoming Book Sales, opens a new window.

Online Sales

The Friends have a storefront on Amazon for some of their specially priced or more unusual books. Visit Friends of the Morgan Hill Library @ Amazon.com, opens a new window to see the listings.

Woman with child browsing books at Friends sale
Photo by Mark Tantrum
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