Friends of the Library: Book Sale Next Week

Friends of the Library: Book Sale Next Week

Friends of the Library announces its annual book sale, which takes place this year Thursday, March 12 through Sunday, March 15 as follows:

Friends of the Library

Thursday, March 12:  

9:30-4:00   Set-up

4:30-6:45   Pre-sale for FOL members & volunteers

5:30-5:45   FOL annual meeting (refreshments provided)

Friday & Saturday, March 13 & March 14:

10:00-6:00   Book Sale

Sunday, March 15:

10-1:00   Book Sale

11:15-5:00   Breakdown

“Kiddos get a free book on Saturday,” said Nancy Landau, president, FOL. “Our Big Red Bag Sale runs Saturday, 4-6:00 p.m., and Sunday, 10 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Buy a “Came to Ski” library bag for $1, fill it for $9. Volunteers: Sign up at the library or let me know when you’re available to help. Work a breakdown shift on Sunday and receive a free FOL membership. And remember, we accept book donations year-round at the front desk of the library. Tax deductible receipts are available on request.”

Join Friends of the Library in 2015 and attend the book sale this month and you get four free books, a membership card, and receipt for your tax deductible donation. Plus FOL pioneered the idea of a discount card in Telluride. The Business Partners Program, which has been going strong since 2008, now has 26 local businesses offering discounts of up to 25% on their goods and services.

Here are a few examples from the Partners program:

China Rose – 25% off fresh flowers any time

New Sheridan Chop House – 15% off brunch M-F, 8am-2pm

Palm Theater – 20% off “Live At The Palm” tickets

Telluride Helpdesk – 20% off your entire tech project

Telluride Vet Clinic – 15% off products & services

Telluride Yoga Center – 10% off 10-class punch card.

“In addition to joining Friends of the Library and shopping the Book Sale, help support the library by sharing your Clark’s Market Cash Savers. We have two collection weeks this month, March 8- and March 21. Remember to give your 4-digit number – or ours, 0007 – before your cashier rings up your purchases. For more “how to” info, see:“ concluded Landau.

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