Grand Opening of the used BOOK NOOK at Yorktown Love In Action Inc

We are celebrating the GRAND OPENING of our used BOOK NOOK at Yorktown Love In Action Inc!  Hundreds of titles on display.  Fiction, non-fiction, cook books and more.  Children's books available too.  Bibliophiles welcome!  We are your local 501(c)(3) not for profit charity serving Westchester and Putnam families who have fallen on hard times.  Please visit our warehouse full of many other used household goods and furniture. New inventory daily.  Please stop in!  Open everyday. 

Contact Information
  1. Donna Simone
  2. 914 490 3966
  3. yorktownloveinaction@gmail.com
Fri, December 15
Add to My Calendar 12/15/2017 12:00am 12/16/2017 12:00am America/New_York Grand Opening of the used BOOK NOOK at Yorktown Love In Action Inc

We are celebrating the GRAND OPENING of our used BOOK NOOK at Yorktown Love In Action Inc! Hundreds of titles on display. Fiction, non-fiction, cook books and more. Children's books available too. Bibliophiles welcome! We are your local 501(c)(3) not for profit charity serving Westchester and Putnam families who have fallen on hard times. Please visit our warehouse full of many other ...

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