The Friends of the Roswell P. Flower Memorial Library is a volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and enhancing the resources of Watertown's historic Roswell P. Flower Memorial Library. Founded in 1954, our group was established so members of the community could play an active role in supporting the library.
Today, the Friends of the Roswell P. Flower Memorial Library organizes fundraising events, including our popular annual book sale. Proceeds from events and other fundraising activities provide gifts and endowments to the library, helping to make possible critical improvements and to enhance offerings for patrons. To learn more about our library and its rich history, click here to visit its official site.
The current officers and directors of the Friends of the Roswell P. Flower Memorial Library include:
President: Kyle Ramey
Vice President: Mary Miles
Treasurer: Ron Riordan
Secretary: Carol Smith
Assistant Treasurer: Ronald Roberts
Trustee Board Liaison:
Our Recent Achievements
Raising over $10,000 annually to purchase fiction books for patrons
Hosted "Hidden in Plain Sight: An Evening of the Art of the Flower Memorial Library" and raised $12,000 for a new children's floor
Purchasing specialized computer for children's use
Sponsoring community movies
Supplying Christmas decor and summer flowers library exterior
Underwrote a presentation by children's author Eric Litwin
Purchased a television for the criculation desk area and a baby changing table for the restroom
Funded the purchase of a digital film scanner
"All I have learned, I have learned from books."