The Lafayette Public Library Foundation (LPLF) will hold its Awards Luncheon and Annual Meeting Friday, April 15, at the City Club at River Ranch. This year's theme honors Acadian history and recognizes James Hopkins Jr. and Mary Landry Hopkins with the Major Donor Award and the Lafayette Science Museum with the Foundation Award.
LPLF is a nonprofit organization founded in 1992 that exists to receive private funds and donations for materials and services not otherwise available for the Lafayette Public Library System.
The silent auction opens at 11 a.m. and program starts at 11:30 a.m. Luncheon cost is $30. Reservations accepted through Friday, April 8, and can be made by calling (337) 593-4770.
The Lafayette Public Library Foundation (LPLF) is an all-volunteer nonprofit group that works to “Keep our Libraries GREAT!” Founded in 1992, the LPLF raises funds and awareness of the needs of the library through supporters, endowments, fundraising, special events and donations. To find out more about LPLF membership opportunities and events, visit www.lplfoundation.org.