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Library & Foundation Committees
See the Belvedere-Tiburon Library Foundation for more volunteer opportunities.
The local residents serving on the Art Committee hold an art jury once every year, usually in early autumn, and choose nine or ten art shows for the following year. The shows are held in the Founders Room of the Library and usually last for about a month. Information on submitting artistic work for the jury can be found on the Library's website and in the local newspaper, The Ark, as it gets closer to the event. Click here for information on the current art exhibit in the Founders Room.
The Contemporary Fiction Book Group and the Great Books Group
The Contemporary Fiction Book Group meets on the last Tuesday of the month. The Great Books Group meets on the second Tuesday of the month. More information about the book groups may be found here.
These Internet savvy volunteers provide one-on-one online searching training for free! They've trained more than 1,500 people. To sign up for a training session, please stop by the Reference Desk or call us at 789-2661.
The Belvedere-Tiburon Library publishes three newsletters a year, in November, February, and May. Written by Committee Chairs and Library Staff, each newsletter is edited on a volunteer basis by a member of the PLF. The newsletters are mailed to every home in Belvedere and Tiburon.
The Belvedere-Tiburon Library hosts a variety of museum, art, author, cultural, and educational programs that are free and open to the public. The events are organized by the Program Committee, a group of local volunteers, and draw on the expertise of residents of the community. The Program Committee organizes and hosts more than 60+ author, museum, educational, and cultural programs a year. Programs are usually given on a volunteer basis by the authors, artists, and lecturers, etc. involved. The Program Committee welcomes input from the community on possible future programs.