Sunday, October 4 – 10 A.M. to 2 PM
SPECIAL PREVIEW RECEPTION
Friday, October 2
from 5 P.M. to 7 P.M.
For the $10 entry fee, buyers have first choice of books at early-bird premium (double) pricing; wine, soft beverages and hors d’oeuvres will be served.
There will be free children’s activities and raffles Saturday and Sunday.
Hot soups, chili, cornbread, and doughnuts will be served on Saturday, with homemade baked goods available both days.
Book prices remain at $1 for hardcover books and $.50 for paperbacks and are the best value among the many book sales in the region. Over-sized, art, travel, and other books of value are priced accordingly. After noon on Sunday, buyers may purchase large reusable Claverack Library tote bags for $10 and stuff them with free books (specially priced books excluded).
The event, combined with the spring book festival, generates nearly 10 percent of the library’s operating budget. Progress continues with re-use of the former A.B. Shaw firehouse next door. Construction permitting, library trustees will lead tours of the new library and community center.
VOLUNTEERS ARE WELCOME:
to bake for the bake sale
staff the food tent & raffle tables
help set up and help clean up.
Sign-up sheets are inside the library or email email@example.com
or call 518-851-7120
Join us for a weekend of fun!
Donations of clean, used books will be accepted until Wednesday, September 30
Baked goods may be dropped off at the library on Friday, October 2.