Join us in celebrating Fairfax County Public Library’s 75th anniversary AND the 20th anniversary of Fairfax Library Foundation at A Library Jubilee! on October 18 at the City of Fairfax Regional Library from 5:00 to 8:30 p.m! Enjoy hors d’oeuvres, refreshments, musical entertainment provided by the George Mason University School of Music, and an exciting auction to raise funds for Fairfax County Public Library ! Live auction items include wine and beer tours; an African safari; a Bed & Breakfast stay; a fresh water pearl necklace, bracelet & earrings set; and a golf package. Silent auction items include autographed books, gift certificates to restaurants and businesses, sports tickets, and many more exciting packages!
We are thrilled to have Gary Noesner, former FBI Hostage Negotiator and author of Stalling for Time, join us at this year’s event as the keynote speaker! An autographed copy of his book will also be available to bid on during the event’s silent auction!
There are only a few tickets left! So to listen to the presentation by Gary Noesner and to bid on exciting auction items, purchase your ticket today for the 6th annual A Library Jubilee!
The Foundation’s goal for its sixth annual A Library Jubilee! is to raise $175,000 for Fairfax County Public Library programs and services. To date, we have reached $145,000, so come to the Jubilee and participate in the auction to help us reach our goal!
Thank you to all of our sponsors, especially Publisher Sponsors A.J. Dwoskin & Associates, Elite Island Resorts-Caribbean, Friends of the Burke Centre Library, Friends of the Kings Park Library, Friends of the Pohick Regional Library, and Friends of the Richard Byrd Library, and Editor Sponsors ExxonMobil, Friends of the City of Fairfax Regional Library, Friends of the George Mason Regional Library, Friends of the Oakton Library, Sterling Portraits, LLC., and Zula Nyala Games Lodge.
Library Foundation Scholarship Program
The Fairfax Library Foundation established a Scholarship Program to award three different scholarships to enhance the skills and talents of current or future library staff and volunteers in Fairfax County and the City of Fairfax, subsequently enhancing the level of service the library can provide.
Programs We Support
In addition to reinforcing the need for continued and increased public support, the mission of the Fairfax Library Foundation includes serving as a catalyst for attracting private funding from individuals, businesses, organizations and foundations to enhance library services.