Library Town Day book sale held

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It’s time again for one of Arlington’s venerable Town Day traditions -- the Friends of the Robbins Library’s Town Day Book Sale.

The sale will take place in the parking lot behind the library as well as in the library’s Community Room. There will be thousands of books at affordable prices. Shoppers may also purchase tote bags and more to support Arlington's public libraries.

This event will take place between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17. Those who are members of Friends of the Robbins Library may come at 9:30 a.m. Any shopper may become a Friends’ member that morning if desired.

Meanwhile, book donations are being accepted at the Robbins Library. Items may be placed in the big blue bin in the front lobby near the circulation desk. Items that will not be accepted include textbooks , encyclopedias, videotapes, guide books more than 10 years old, books without covers or damaged books. All other books including books on compact discs, plus music CDs and also DVDs are welcome.

This news announcement was published Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022, based on information from Friends of the Robbins Library.

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