Crested Butte Friends of the Library

Become a Friend of the Library using the form below (download the pdf.) The form can then be printed and mailed.

To join using PayPal click on the Donate button below.

1-year membership in the following category:

  • Friend ($15-$49)
  • Bookworm ($50-$149)
  • Booklover ($150-$499)
  • Bibliophile ($500+)




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We welcome your enthusiasm, talent and help. There are many ways to volunteer:

  • At the Paperback Book Exchange
  • At the Old Rock Community Library
  • Providing snacks for library events
  • Becoming a board member
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The Crested Butte Friends of the Library (CBFOL) is a non-profit organization, established in 1998, to promote awareness of the library’s facilities and services to Crested Butte.

Your support enables us to help fund many of the library’s programs and activities, as well as physical improvements to the building and scholarship help for local students. None of this would be possible without the contributions of donors like you.

Crested Butte Friends of the Library Board:

  • Janet Farmer (President)
  • Susan Reeves (Vice-President)
  • Sherron Green (Treasurer)
  • Teresa Rijks (Secretary)
  • Kim Sherman
  • Barbara Bartusch
  • Debra Reich

Become a Friend of the Crested Butte Library

Individual memberships start as low as $15. All contributions are tax-deductible. Membership applications are available at the Crested Butte Library. Visa and Mastercard are accepted on PayPal. Click here to Join Crested Butte Friends of the Library

History of the Old Rock Community Library

The Crested Butte Branch Library of Gunnison County Libraries is located in the renovated Old Rock Schoolhouse. The Old Rock School building had been standing vacant, and unused for a number of years when, in 1989, a group of concerned citizens and businesses formed the Committee to Restore the Rock School.

As a result of their efforts $350,000 in private and public funds were raised to renovate the Old Rock for use as a library. On September 21, 1993, Governor Roy Romer dedicated the Old Rock Community Library, 110 years after the Old Rock was built.