Friends of the Library Spring 2015 Book Sale
Thursday, March 26 through Saturday, March 28 @ the Dundee Library
Come early for the best selection. Browse through thousands of newly donated materials, including hard covers, paperbacks, romance novels, audiobooks, DVDs, CDs, VHS tapes, and children's books. The sale is held in the Dundee Library's meeting room on the lower level.
Hours are as follows:
Thursday, March 26: 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Friday, March 27: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday, March 28: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Last hour special! All you can fit in a grocery bag for $3 on Saturday from 3 to 4 p.m.!
Check out these great deals!
Hardcover / $2
Paperbacks / $1
Romance Paperbacks / 50 cents
Children's Books / 25 cents
CDs / $1
DVDs & Audiobooks / $2
Computer Games / $1
VHS & Cassette Tapes / 25 cents
Scanner Fee / $10
*Help the F.I.S.H. Food Pantry in Carpentersville! Receive one free paperback book for every non-perishable item you donate at the sale.
Pick Up a Book Along with Your Butterburger at Culver's
Culver's of Carpentersville (on Randall Road next to Woodman's) has generously set aside a table in their restaurant to host a Friends of the Library mini ongoing book sale. The selection includes books for children and adults and is frequently refreshed by our Friends. Hardbacks are $2 and paperbacks are $1 (tax included).
Help Support the Library, Be a Friend !
If you'd like to turn your love of books into a rewarding, charitable activity that supports the library then consider being a Friend! They are in need of volunteers to help sort donated books, assist customers at sales, and participate in fundraising events.
They enjoy helping the library prosper and grow through various fund-raising activities. Proceeds from events like their bi-annual book sale have resulted in many enhancements to the library such as the Peek-A-Book system in the children’s department, added titles to the audiobook, Spanish, and large print collections, a popcorn machine, and most recently, a 3-D printer.
Meetings : 7 p.m. on third Tuesday each month in the library's meeting room on the lower level. All are welcome!
Contact: Business Office at (847) 428-3661, choose option 5 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
President: Roxy Zimmerman
Vice President: Bob Smith
Treasurer: Nick Koclanis
Secretary: Mary Maloy
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Book Donations Accepted Year-Round
Donations accepted at the Dundee Library Only (555 Barrington Ave., East Dundee)
We welcome your clean and gently used adult and children's books, music CDs, DVDs, books on cassette or CD, and large print materials. To donate your items, simply drop them off at the account services desk. You will receive a form for tax deductions if you wish. Please do not use the book return slots for your donations.
These items are sold to the public at our two annual book sales, and the proceeds are donated to the library to supplement needs that are not covered in the library’s yearly budget. These funds have allowed the library to offer adult programs, tours for every second grade class in our district, and much more.
We appreciate your donations! If you have any questions about specific donations, please call the library at (847) 428-3661, ext. 5832 or email the Friends at email@example.com.
What We've Done With Your Donations!
Kids have enjoyed the Peek-A-Book Kiosk which was donated by the Friends of the Library. Go to the Children's Department to view this interactive technology up close! Children can watch book reviews featuring puppets and book selection readings. Two headphones are available for children to listen, and the books being reviewed are available on the kiosk bookshelves for checkout.
The globe near the Children's Reference Desk has been a welcome addition.
Children have been learning their alphabet letters
from the beautiful caterpillar rug which is in the children's play area.
*More items for the adult audiobook, large print, and spanish language collections
*Purchase of new tables for the meeting room
*Crocodile Board Book Display in the Children's Area