Moore Free Library
Book sale, takes place in the Union Hall, just off the Common in Newfane, Vermont. Categories include Animals, Art, Auto/Biography, Business/IT, Christmas, Coffee Table, Cooking,
Crafts, Fiction, Foreign, Gardening, History, Humor, Large Print, Local and New England, Music, Photography, Poetry, Signed, Sports, Travel, Wellness, DVDs, music CDs, audio books, and a large offering of books for young people. There will be a rare-book section that is sure to be of interest to dealers. “Blue Light
Specials” will be offered throughout the day, and Library tote bags will be for sale: buy one and fill it for free!
To honor the late Targ Spicer, guiding spirit of the sale along with her husband, John, since its inception 27 years ago, the sale is now known as The Targ Spicer Memorial Book Sale. All proceeds go toward helping the Library to carry out its services to the community. The Moore Free Library is a private institution that
functions as a public library but receives no State or federal funding. For more information: 802-365-7948.
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