GRAND RAPIDS, MI – The Grand Rapids Public Library is hosting a used book sale later this month.
The Friends of the Grand Rapids Public Library is hosting the sale, which will take place October 29-30 at the library’s main location, 111 Library St. NE.
The event is the library’s largest book sale of the year, with all proceeds benefiting the library. Both cash and credit cards are accepted.
All books are 50 cents each or three for $1 from 9am to 4pm Saturday, October 29 and the sale continues from 1pm to 4pm on Sunday, October 30. On Sunday, fill a bag with books for $5. Paper bags are provided by the library.
Specialty items such as rare, vintage, local history, genealogy and art books are charged separately. They are available in a specific area of the sale and must be purchased in the Specialty Showroom. Items from GRPL’s eStore will also be on sale, including apparel, drinkware and Christmas ornaments.
The Friends of the Grand Rapids Public Library are a group of volunteers who support the library financially and through their volunteer efforts. The group operates the Friends Book Store on the third level of the main library. Proceeds from sales will benefit library needs not met within the budget.
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