Join The friends of The Library for their Winter Book Sale. This sale is really big! In fact it will almost fill the gymnasium of St. Paul Lutheran Church Gym which is located at 21st and Kentucky Avenue in Paducah. You can come to browse and buy on Friday, February 1, from 9am - 7pm and again on Saturday, February 2, from 9am - 1pm.
The sale will feature over 15,000 books, audiobooks, DVDs and other audiovisual material, as well as special collections items, all for super low prices! All genres of fiction and nonfiction are represented, so there's a little something for everyone.
This is going to be the place to find great books at tremendous low, low prices. Most of the hardback and trade edition books will sell for just $1 each, and many paperback books will be offered at 50 cents. The media materials are also priced at rock bottom prices.
This semi-annual used book sale is a Friends of the McCracken County Public Library fundraiser. The proceeds, after expenses, are donated to the library in support of collection and program development.
And terrific food!
Back by popular demand, the St. Paul Lutheran Church congregation will conduct a bake sale to support church mission trips. This is held in conjunction with the book sale. The ladies from the church will be selling homemade desserts, sandwiches, Chex mix, breads, and much more! iList heard that the peanut brittle is to die for!
The proceeds from the bake sales have been donated to Hope Unlimited, Ladies Living Free, Community Kitchen, Merryman House, and Starfish Orphanage in the past. The Lutheran district organization also puts together care packages including hygiene items, blankets, etc. They send these care packages to third world countries for distribution.
For more information on this event, call 270.994.2122 or 270.554.4341 or visit McLib’s web site at mclib.net.
Friends of a Friend
The Friends of the Library organization shares a common concern for the Library's active expansion and participation in community life and a conviction that good library service is important to everyone. They help to create public support of the Library, work to intensify community awareness and use of the Library, encourage gifts, memorials and endowments, and sponsor programs designed to add to the cultural life of the community.