Somers Library Blockbuster Used Book Sale

Blockbuster used book sale planned

More than 20,000+ items on sale

Thousands of gently used books, audio books, movie and TV DVDs and music CDs will be on sale at bargain basement prices at the Somers Library April 20 through 23. This special event is organized by the Somers Library Foundation with all proceeds to benefit the Somers Library.

The high-quality sale inventory was donated by families from across the Somers community and has been carefully culled and sorted. The wide assortment of hardcover, trade paper, mass paperback books includes dozens of genres for all ages and interests. The book sale will take place in the Program and Reading Rooms in the Somers Library, located at Rt139 and Reis Park.

Book Sale schedule

Early Bird Preview

  • Friday, April 20, 4 pm to 7 pm
  • Library Foundation supporters only
  • Not yet a supporter?  Join at the door for only $10.

General Sale Days (free admission)

  • Saturday, April 21, 10 am to 5pm
  • Sunday, April 22, 12 pm to 4 pm

Special Bargains Day (free admission)

  • Monday, April 23, 10 am to 5 pm

A new supply of books will be added to the sale tables each day.

This is a cash-only sale, and the Foundation will be unable to accept bills larger than $20. There will be a limited supply of boxes available for volume buyers, so we recommend shoppers bring their own bag or box.

Join our mailing list for book sale updates. (http://bit.ly/saleupdates)

For additional information about the sale, visit www.SomersLibraryFoundation.org.

Contact Information
  1. Jamie Hasl
  2. 914-361-9979
  3. slf@wlsmail.org
Mon, April 23
4:00 pm — 5:00 pm
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Blockbuster used book sale planned

More than 20,000+ items on sale

Thousands of gently used books, audio books, movie and TV DVDs and music CDs will be on sale at bargain basement prices at the Somers Library April 20 through 23. This special event is organized by the Somers Library Foundation with all proceeds to benefit the Somers Library.

The high-quality sale inventory was donated by ...

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