Don’t miss basement book saleOctober 7, 2019
FERDINAND — The Friends of the Ferdinand Library will host their Basement Book Sale from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12. Visitors are asked to enter the sale from the main floor of the library or through the north side doors off the Community Center parking lot.
This month, Halloween books for the young and old alike and authors of the horror genre will be featured.
The library has also gifted a large number of nonfiction books for the sale on a variety of topics, including art, crafts, music, photography, home décor, history, science, children’s games and crafts, biographies, landscaping and wedding planning. A large number of tween and teen books also have also been donated. In addition, coloring books remain from the September sale.
All hardback books are $1; paperbacks are 50 cents; and puzzles, children’s books and “special” books are variously priced.
All proceeds go toward children, teen, and adult programming at the library.
Donations of gently-used books and puzzles can be added to new receptacle near the basement door.
Friends membership pamphlets and information can be found at the sale and main library desk. Consider joining the Friends of the Ferdinand Library to support our local library.
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