Mystery novel lovers and avid gardeners and cooks seeking visual inspiration, you’re in luck!

The annual Fall Book Sale is coming next week to the Galion Public Library.

Book sales have been a regular feature at the Library for many decades. Many years ago, they were hosted by the League of Women Voters; in recent years, they have been held by the Friends of the Library.

According to the Library website, “The Friends of the Library used book sale is usually held twice a year, in the spring and in the fall. Only those books that are in very good to excellent condition make it to the sale. We accept history, childrens’ books, novels, cookbooks, romance, biographies, paperbacks, etc. Included are many cooking, science, decorating, etc., magazines. Other popular items are CDs, DVDs, and multi-piece puzzles. Accepted materials for the book sale include ephemera paper items such as vintage movie star magazines and postcards, old books, sheet music and other interesting vintage paper items.”

This Fall’s Book Sale hours are: Thursday – 9:30 AM to 8 PM; Friday – 9:30 AM to 5 PM; and Saturday – 10:30 AM to 1:30 PM.

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