SPRINGFIELD, NJ -The Friends of the Springfield Free Public Library Book Sale this year will be Children's and YA Books plus Fashion Accessories, May 3-6. DONATIONS of new, or gently used, and clean Children's and Young Adult Books, Educational Games/Toys/Puzzles, DVD's/CD's and Audio Books for all ages, Popular Magazines (last 3 months), and Adult Paperbacks are now being sought. Donations of Fine and Costume Jewelry, Ladies/Men's/Children's Fashion Accessories such as Handbags, Wallets, Scarves, Belts, Umbrellas, Hair Clips, and Fragrances are also being requested. Bring all donations to the Library Circulation Desk now through May 2nd. The Library is located at 66 Mountain Ave., Springfield, NJ. Please NO Adult Hardcover Books, Encyclopedias, Textbooks, or Video Tapes. The Friends is a tax exempt, non profit organization and all money raised will go to benefit library patrons.
Springfield Library Friends Seek Donations Now For Spring Sale, May 3-6
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