Propose a Program

Would you like to present a library-sponsored program at one of our branches? FVRL provides programming for all ages at all branch libraries throughout the year. We welcome proposals for unbiased, non-partisan programs which support our mission and which complement our collections, services, and goals.

Types of programs we sponsor

  • Performances
  • Classes
  • Workshops
  • Travelogues
  • Forums
  • Author events*
  • and other educational, recreational or cultural activities.

*If you want to give an author event, your book first needs to be included in the FVRL collection. To have your title considered for purchase by the Library, please read through our Guidelines for Authors and Publishers and fill out the form on that page. If we add your book to our collection, you can then fill out the program proposal form on this page.

If you are looking for space to hold a non-library program or meeting, please see our Request a Room Reservation page.

What you need to know about library-sponsored programs

  • Your event needs to be free and open to the public.
  • You’ll need to allow at least four months before the program date for library planning and publicity.
  • You may not sell products or services during presentations at the library. However, with prior arrangement, we may allow the sale of works by presenters such as books, music, or artwork immediately before or after the presentation.

Indicates required field
Mailing address
Phone number
Include format, material/topics to be presented/performed, level of attendee participation.
What will participants gain or take-away from this program?
Performer/Presenter Name(s)
What experience, education or expertise qualifies the presenter for the stated topic?
Type of program
Target Audience(s)
min
Provide dates, time, or days of the week
Many library programs are done on a volunteer basis. If you require an honorarium, what amount are you seeking?
$
At which libraries are you interested in presenting?
How much space, indoor or outdoor, and what configuration do you need?
What do you need to present your program?
What supplies do you expect to be provided by the library, if any?
How many library staff would you need on hand and what would be their duties?
Have you presented at FVRL before?
Have you performed/presented elsewhere?