SPRINGFIELD, NJ - The Friends of the Springfield Free Public Library will be holding their Spring Fundraiser Sale on May 3-6 at the Library. Donations of Children's & YA Books, Educational Toys/Games, Puzzles, Paperbacks/DVD's/CD's and Audio Books for all ages, Jewelry,Fragrances, and Fashion Accessories for all ages are being sought. Fashion accessories include Handbags, Wallets, Scarves, Belts, Umbrellas, and Hair Clips for Ladies, Men, and Children. Donations should be new or clean and lightly used and brought to the Library's Circulation Desk now through May 2nd. The Library is located at 66 Mountain Ave. in Springfield, NJ. The Sale will be Wednesday, May 3rd, Noon-8:30 pm and Thursday-Saturday, May 4-6, 10 am-4 pm. The Friends thank you in advance for your support. All money raised at the sale will go to support library materials and programs.
Donations Still Needed for Library Friends Spring Sale
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