Focus public attention on and generate community support for library services, programs and facilities
Expand opportunities for education and the well-being of the community
Assist in obtaining financial support for the library
What We Do
Friends of the Fairfax Library fund programming for a variety of programs our talented library staff offer to the public and for library improvement projects:
Children and Teen Programming - Music with Marni, LEGO club, Film Nights, Story Time and Crafts, STEM programming, Open Poetry MIC, and the Summer Reading Program.
Adult Programming - Writing programs, Age Friendly Chair Yoga, Seed Saving programs, and music programs
Monthly Book Discussion Groups
Fund Facility Enhancements – Teen area, Children’s area and general seating, Outdoor tables and umbrella
We are a nonprofit 501(c)3 group of volunteers dedicated to supporting our county library system and provide funding for a range of programs. Please join us as a Friend of Fairfax Library by becoming a member. Your membership supports programming for toddlers to seniors. Our non-profit tax ID is 23-7098721.
Board of Directors and Meetings
President - Susan Brandborg
Vice President - Beth Bailey-Gates
Secretary - Marcia Hagen
Treasurer - Cindy Swift
We meet the second Monday of each month at 7pm in the Peter Arrigoni Community Room at the Fairfax Library.
Contact us: For more information, or to join/donate, or to volunteer, call Susan Brandborg at 415-453-6104 or email FriendsFairfaxLibr@sbcglobal.net.
Request a Community Card from the Friends to shop at the Good Earth. We receive 3% of each purchase for the Friends of the Fairfax Library.