November 20, 2017

Friends of the Seekonk Public Library September 2017 News

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Save the Date for our Annual Crafters & Vendors Fair!
Mark your calendars! The Friends of Seekonk Library will be holding their annual Crafter & Vendor Fair on Saturday, November 25, 2017, from 9-3 at the library! We will have local craftspeople and vendors selling their wares just in time for holiday shopping! Also, in the lobby, we will have a Blowout Book Sale - all adult books will be 50 cents, and childrens’ books will be 25 cents – and there will be a nice selection of holiday books available for purchase as well! We will also have beautiful raffle baskets containing items donated by our crafters & vendors. Don’t miss out - mark your calendars today!

Book Donations
The Friends welcome quality book donations according to the following guidelines. Please remember that all donations should be ready to be re-sold in our lobby, so we cannot accept items that are smelly, musty, mildewed, torn, missing parts, etc. Thank you!

Book Donation Guidelines
The Friends of the Seekonk Public Library truly appreciate donations that are in good to excellent condition. These items are resold in our lobby book sale. There are sometimes items donated that cannot be resold due to condition or type of item. Please note the following guidelines:

  • Books must be in good to excellent condition - there should be no writing/highlighting, no torn pages, and no mold/mildew/dampness. If the book was sold with a book jacket, it should be on the book.
  • Magazines should have covers and no more than 3 months old. 
  • Puzzles that are in good condition and DVDs are accepted. 
  • We cannot accept games, toys, coffee table books, encyclopedias, condensed books, textbooks/workbooks, reference books, technical manuals, phonograph records, VHS tapes, professional journals, as well as Reader's Digest or National Geographic Magazines.

Thank you for your support!


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