Saturday, March 9th, 2019

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This year's A Night at the Library will be happening from 6:30pm-10:00pm on Saturday, March 9th, 2019. The Middle Country Library Foundation invites you to save the date for a unique evening featuring "word casino" games and excellent cuisine provided by the Fifth Season restaurant.

Thanks to our Storyteller Sponsors!
Thanks to our Avid Reader Sponsors!
Thanks to our Wordsmith Sponsors!
Thanks to our Bookworm Sponsors!
Paul & Lori Abbatepaolo
Cathy DeAngelo / Jefferson's Ferry
Grace & Sal DiVincenzo
MaryAnne Ellinger
Sandra & Richard Feinberg
Beth & Jim Finn
Ryan Gessner
A.R. Kropp Co. & Sons
James & Jeanna Matias
Sophia & Chris McPhillips
Donna & John Miccoli
Judith Murrah
Janet & Greg Ross
Robert & Donna Smosky
Lawrence & Judith Sussman
Casey Varvara

Photo Gallery from our 2017 Event

About the Middle Country Library Foundation

In 1997, MCPL formed the Middle Country Library Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) corporation whose purpose is to raise funds and provide the governance structure for the Library's initiatives that extend beyond the local community. The Foundation assists the Library in managing its growing number of regional and national initiatives and maintaining its leadership role in the broader community. The Foundation supports the Library's ability to introduce exemplary programs and services to other libraries and populations, and to provide the mentoring and training necessary to ensure widespread implementation.

Since its inception, the Foundation has raised funds and directed restricted funds (approximately $250,000 per year) from a variety of sources to support the Library's model programs and regional and national initiatives including Family Place Libraries, the Community Resource Database of Long Island, and the Miller Business Resource Center. In 2002, the Foundation received a special gift of $1 million to establish the Hagedorn Endowment for Family Place Libraries.

The Foundation is comprised of a volunteer board and supported by library staff that assist the foundation with its administrative functions. The Library has created a Community Relations Department within the Library administration to assist the Foundation with grant writing, fund-raising, and special project management.