Who We Are
The Friends of the Georgetown County Library are community members who appreciate the treasury of books, magazines, movies, historical documents, research assistance, educational and entertainment programs, new technology, special events, children’s activities, meeting space and more that the library offers.
The Friends strive to promote the use of the Georgetown County Public Library to the benefit of the community.
There are Friends groups at each branch of the library.
What We Do
The Friends hold highly anticipated annual events such as the Yuletide Tour of Homes, Film Festivals, Art Shows and bustling fall and spring book sales. They also sponsor a variety of programs that pique community interest.
Friends also represent the library at meetings of other organizations, and sponsor the popular Scholar’s Forum and the Children’s Summer Reading Program.
When We Meet
The Friends of the Georgetown Library meet at the Georgetown Main Branch on Cleland Street the second Tuesday of each month at 5:30 p.m.
The Waccamaw Friends meet quarterly at the Waccamaw library in Pawleys Island on Commerce Lane. For the next date, call the library at (843)545-3623.
The Nellie P. Doby Friends of the Carvers Bay Library meet at the Carvers Bay Library on Choppee Road on the first Saturday of the month at noon.
For more information about the Andrews group, please contact the library at (843)545-3621.
Why Be a Friend?
You can make a difference for the Georgetown County Public Library and our community by promoting the Library and its wonderful resources.
If you would like to join the Friends of the Georgetown Library please print out the membership form, mail it along with your membership fees to the provided address. Library Friends Membership Form