Friends of the Library

Plant Sale 

The sale at the Reuse Center is going well. We have received many  generous plant donations, which have been selling quickly. House plants  have been especially popular. We are always looking for more plants for  our sale. Please call 603-439-7778 to arrange drop-off, and to ask for  digging help, if needed.  

Book Sales 

Preparations for our annual Book Sale are in full swing. The Friends of the Library Book Sale will take place at the Walpole School gym on the weekend of October 28 – 30. We are currently looking for community help with the following:

Book Sorting at the Chicken Coop (behind the Hungry Diner)

Every Wednesday morning, 10:30 to 11:30 am.

Every Thursday afternoon, 4:00 to 5:00 pm.

Book Donations at the Chicken Coop

Wednesday, August 17 and 24, 10:00 am to noon Thursday, August 18 and 25, 4:00 to 6:00 pm

Please no textbooks, encyclopedias, or travel guides older than 5 years. We can only sell books in excellent condition, so please no dirty, damaged, moldy or mildewy books.

Also note that our plant sale at the Reuse Center in ongoing. We are currently focusing primarily on house plants.

We are very grateful for your support! Please call 603-313-4076 with any questions.

In addition to book and plant donations, we are always grateful for  volunteers to help with book sorting. That is a big task that is easier and  more fun with lots helpers. If you are interested, you can just show up at  the chicken coop on Wednesday morning or Thursday afternoon (see  times above), or call 603-313-4076, if you have any questions. If you  would like to help the Friends of the Library in any other way, please  contact us. 

As always, thank you for your support!

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