The Friends of the Library of the Chathams Get Ready for their Annual Book Sale

Barbara Butta, Vice-chair of the Friends of the Library, Phyllis Stevens and Teedee Carroll work on sorting the many thousands of books that will be for sale to the public starting on Saturday, March 13.

Tens of thousands of books are being donated and sorted into more than 30 categories from Autobiographies to Zen. The sale starts on Saturday, March 13. New this year, on Saturday, March 13, anyone can pay a $20 fee to enter between 8:00 and 9:00AM. Sale opens free to anyone starting at 10:00AM and running to 4:00PM. The sale takes place at the Library, 214 Main Street, Chatham Borough. Come purchase books for your reading pleasure. Along with the thousands of books, video tapes, DVDs, CDs and audio tapes are available for sale as well as a large selection of children's books for all ages. Rare and collectible books are also available for purchase.

The Bags of Books sale will start on Sunday, March 14 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm and Monday and Tuesday, March 15 and 16 during library hours. Fill bags with hardcover books, paperbacks, DVDs, CDs, video and audio tapes of your choice for $5/bag.

Donations of used books will be accepted until Saturday, February 27. Please no magazines, condensed books, textbooks, soiled, mildewed, or damaged items.

All proceeds from the book sale are used to buy new books and materials for the Library.

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