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Nanoose Bay fall book sale

NANOOSE BAY — Fall has been called the reading season and the Nanoose Library has gathered a fine harvest of titles for their inaugural fall book sale, slated for Sat., Oct. 15.

The move, says librarian Jill Davies, comes hard on the heels of the roaring success of the library’s giant book sale earlier this year.

The event will feature literally hundreds of titles, most of which will be available for as little as a dollar.

Doors open at 9 a.m. and they stay that way until 3 p.m.

For more information, call the Nanoose Library Centre at 250-468-5320.

This Friends of Nanoose Library event, Davies said, will be followed on Oct. 23 by the library’s annual general meeting.

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