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> Library Book Sales 2014

Ongoing Sales

New Hampshire libraries can have their book sales added to this list by sending info to Mary Russell.

August 2014

Friends of Lincoln Library Annual Book and Bake Sale in conjunction with the celebration of Town of Lincoln’s 250th anniversary block party. WHEN: Friday August 1, 4-7pm (FOLL Member only preview/sale). You can become a member at this event. Saturday August 2, 9-2pm All are welcome. There will also be a silent auction with many items to bid on throughout these two days. WHERE: 2 Church Street, Lincoln NH 03251.

The Annual Book Sale at the Whitefield Public Library will take place at the library on Saturday, August 9 from 9:30 to 1. Adult and children's hard-covers, paperbacks, audios and videos are on sale, with proceeds to benefit the library. After 12 noon a bag o'books will be $3.00. The library is at 8 Lancaster Road (Route 3 North); phone is 837-2030, email whitefieldpl@myfairpoint.net

The Friends of the Weare Public Library will hold their annual book sale Saturday August 24 from 9 to 2 at the Weare Town Hall, 16 N. Stark Highway, Weare.


September 2014

The Friends of the Philip Read Memorial Library, Plainfield, NH, will hold its Annual Book Sale on Saturday, September 13, and Sunday, September 14, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., each day. The sale is held at the Plainfield Town Hall, on Rt. 12A, in Plainfield Village across the street from the library. For sale are approximately 6,000 books, audios and movies. Hardcovers and trade paperbacks are $2 each and mass-market paperbacks are 50 cents. There is a table of specially priced treasures. A special treat -- The Plainfield Town Hall has a scenic stage set designed by American artist Maxfield Parrish in 1916. The stage set is displayed and lighted during the sale. View this one-of-a-kind treasure, which is listed on the National List of Historic Theaters and the National Historic Register. Parrish was a resident of Plainfield for most of his life.

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