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Friends of the Chatham Community Library Fall Book Sale

Post Date:09/21/2018 3:29 PM

The Friends of the Chatham Community Library will hold their fall book sale September 27-29 in the Holmes Meeting Room. Hours for the sale are Thursday and Friday, 9:00 am - 7:00 pm, and Saturday, 9:00 am - 2:00 pm.

On Thursday all purchases over $200 will receive a 20% discount. All items are half price on Friday and on Saturday, fill a large grocery bag for only $5.00! 

More than 18,000 hard and softbound books, audio books and more will be available for purchase. Each sale offers a completely new assortment of titles in very good to excellent condition, and all are organized by category, subject or format.

Included in this sale are collections in the following categories:
  • Art and architecture, including a large selection from a former museum director.
  • Book design.
  • Chinese, Japanese, and Korean studies.
  • Cold War/spies/Cuba, and military history.
  • Collections on rock climbing, stained glass, bead making, and art glass.
  • Portuguese language books, and Chinese medicine.

There is always a great selection in home and hobby for DIY folks and crafters. Teachers and home-schoolers might be interested in a large selection of workbooks for grades K-12 and the AV section is always popular with lots of  music, movies, audio books and LPs to choose from. This sale also has a large selection of sheet music; lots of vintage and some suitable for framing or crafting.  A larger than normal selection of children's books will be available as well.

Admission is free and volunteers will be available to assist with carrying out and loading purchases.  Cash, checks, and all major credit cards are accepted.

Proceeds from Friends' book sales are used to support the Library by underwriting various programs, purchasing books, materials, and equipment, and to improving its technology and services.  

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