Friends of the Library Meetings

Board meetings are held on the second Saturday of the month at 10 AM and are open to all Friends members.  Meetings are currently being held in the 2nd floor Conference Room.  Contact the library for more information.

The Friends will hold their annual meeting on Saturday, January 21, 2023 at 11 am in the first floor Cozadd Room.


Book Sales and Donations

Spring 2023 Book Sale!

Saturday, May 6:  Presale from 11 am - Noon.
Saturday, May 6:  Noon - 3 pm
Sunday, May 7:  1 pm - 4 pm
Monday, May 8:  3 pm - 7 pm

A selection of used books and media are also available for purchase in the lobby of the library anytime during the library's open hours.

Used book donations are needed for the upcoming sale.

There is a limit of two boxes of donations per library visit.  The deadline for book sale donations is April 30.  A donation receipt may be obtained at the library circulation desk.

The Friends accept donations of 'gently' used books, text books, DVD videos, music CDs, and audiobooks.

Bring your donations to the Circulation Desk. If you would like a receipt for tax purposes, please note how many items you are donating.

Sorry, but we cannot accept:

  • Books that are damaged, mildewed, stained, or musty
  • Reader's Digest Condensed books
  • Encyclopedia sets
  • VHS or cassette tapes
  • Magazines older than 3 months

For more information please contact the library at 734-699-3291.



About the Friends

The Friends of the Library are organized to support and cooperate with the library in developing library services and facilities for our community. We do this by sponsoring programs and providing financial support.

We have raised funds by:

  • Collecting and selling used books
  • Membership dues
  • Sale of Friends merchandise
  • Donations

The funds are used for:

  • Summer Reading Program
  • Beehives on the roof
  • Library sponsored community events
  • Various youth & adult programs
  • Building improvements

The benefits of becoming a member:

  • Help support the importance of reading
  • Help ensure the success of the library
  • Be involved at any level you wish, either financially or actively
  • Bring new ideas and encouragement to the team
  • Book sale pre-sales

Current Board Members

President: Katerina Tyner
Vice-President: Donna Gilkey-Lavin
Secretary: Manuel Lavin
Treasurer: Rika Regentin

Friends Business Memberships


Belleville Tax & Accounting Services, Inc.

Accounting, business & personal taxes

Gayl Parr, CPA, Partner

152 Main St., Suite 2, Belleville



Detlor Insurance Agency

Affordable, effective insurance policies

DeAnn Detlor

38 Fifth Street, Belleville



Unified Communities Federal Credit Union

Serving residents of Belleville and

Sumpter Township, and Van Buren Township

Mary Carnarvon LaHouse, CEO

186 Main St, Belleville




Sumpter Collision

Affordable auto body repair

Kevin Schewe-Manager

21585 Sumpter Rd, Belleville




Pioneer Landscaping

Robert & Susan Oberdorf

Lawn maintenance and

gardening maintenance / design

45041 Ecorse Rd., Belleville



Higgerson & Neal Funeral Home

Funeral and cremation provider

Marie Monge, Office Manager

209 Main St, Belleville



David C. Brown Funeral Home

Family owned for 39 years

Shelly Chudzinski

460 E. Huron River Dr., Belleville



Wayne County Community College District

A. Arminiak, Campus President

One Vision, One District, One College

Ted Scott Campus

9555 Haggerty Road, Belleville




Many thanks to our Business Friends

for their generous support of our library