Community financial support is absolutely essential to the services that the Concord Public Library is able to offer Concord residents, and our annual appeal is the CPLF’s only fundraiser. We welcome donations large and small to help fund programs such as these:
- Concord Reads community program – the 2019 title, Ghost of the Innocent Man, by Concord native Benjamin Rachlin, facilitated conversations about race and justice.
- Performances by the Irish Harp Orchestra and the Hokuto Japanese Drumming Schooldrew over 100 listeners each.
- Live Music on the Lawn – local bands and food vendors set up on Prince Street for a fun street fair atmosphere.
- STEAM Program – a monthly project-based learning initiative for elementary and middle school age kids.
In addition, the Concord Public Library offers free Wi-Fi access; a wide selection of DVD videos; downloadable eBooks, audiobooks and eLearning tools; public access computers and tablets; rotating art exhibits; online classes; and much, much more. The CPLF helps make all of this possible with your financial support. Please consider donating via the yellow “donate now” link or on our website. Thank you!