San Carlos
Friends of the Library

San Carlos Library
7265 Jackson Dr
San Diego, CA 92119

From the blog


SC LOGO llSIGN UP TODAY!  In recent years, SCFOL has donated an average of $18,000 annually to the San Carlos Branch Library.  Most of these funds were matched by the City of San Diego and used to purchase books, programs, and equipment.   All Membership funds stay with our local branch library. OUR GOAL for this 40th Anniversary year is 40 New Members each month in 2014! We’re over a total of 240 members so far this year–some new, some renewals, some life members.  Keep those memberships coming.  Seniors can join for a mere $5  individuals for $10 and  families for $20.  Go to  Membership envelops are also available inside the vestibule of the San Carlos Branch  Library. Remember: If you are not a life member, you must renew your SCFOL membership annually.  Numbers do count to show our community’s support for a new library. Memberships, donations and monthly used book sales are our main revenue resources. MEMBERSHIP FLYER

As of July, 2014, SCFOL has 78 Life-Members.  The Friends of the San Diego Public Library has indefinitely extended the half-price Life-Membership SALE. The price was reduced last fall in honor of the opening of the new Central Library, and extended the sale due to the positive response.  Why not renew your annual membership now as a LIFE Member while the price is right—- only $250. SCFOL Life Members will be honored by having their names placed on a perpetual plaque that will be displayed in the San Carlos Branch Library.  All Membership funds stay with the local branch library.  SIGN UP TODAY!  Life members also receive a 10% discount on items purchased at the new FSDPL Central Library Gift Shop.

  1. Toni Noel

    I tried to join SC Friends of the library and paid on line, but this site wouldn’t let me fill in the form.

    Dual Family membership for

    Jim and Toni Noel

    6249 Lake Lucerne drive

    San Diego CA 92119

  2. Publicity Chair

    Hi Toni, Thanks for letting me know. I think the problem has been corrected. Please let me know if the problem still exists

  3. Book Lover

    Thank goodness for libraries. Hope the upcoming new library will be funded. Looking forward to it. I live at the Woodlands Condos and it will be convenient.

    But on another thought. The knitting displays on trees and poles and pillars are not attractive. If fact, it is an eyesore. Looks like graffiti in a wonderful neighborhood. There have been similar comments by others about the decor but I am speaking on behalf of myself and others.

    Thank you.

  4. Publicity Chair

    Thank you for your comments. May I suggest that you speak with our Managing Librarian, Rita Glick about the displays.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.