Brighton library’s spring book sale gets underway

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Are you looking for a good book to read, DVD to watch, audio book or CD to listen to? What about a summer thriller or mystery? Try a new cookbook for the grill or gardening ideas for the landscape? Peruse thousands of books and media items for all ages and tastes at the Friends of the Brighton District Library Spring Book Sale, April 24-29. Prices are 50 cents for children’s items and $1 for everything else.

Friends’ membership night is Tuesday, April 24 from 5 – 9 pm. Memberships will be available at the door. The sale opens to the public Wednesday, April 25, through Sunday, April 29. Sale hours are 10am – 9pm, April 25 and April 26; 10am to 5pm, April 27 and April 28 (April 28 is BAG DAY-$5/bag); 1pm – 3pm, April 29 (Free Day). Scanners will be allowed every day except Members Night, Tuesday, April 24.

The Friends of the Brighton District Library donate more than $28,000 annually to help fund library programs which provide enrichment, education, and enjoyment for all ages. Included are the Sandy Schneidewind Books for Babies program, online databases like Mango Languages, the Summer Reading Program, Springfest, Holiday Open House, Livingston Reads, Writer’s Workshops, and movie licenses which allow the library to show films to the public at no charge.

“The numerous and diverse programs sponsored by the Friends enriches the Brighton community,” said Marsha Luetjen, president of the Friends of the Brighton District Library. “Not only are the sponsored programs fun and educational, they bring people to the library. Once there, they have access to knowledge. Knowledge is power. Every 50 cents and every dollar buys that knowledge. Plus the sale merchandise provides hours of entertainment. Come to the book sale and have fun. I hope to see you there.”

The Spring Book Sale is located at the Brighton District Library, 100 Library Drive. For information about the book sale or becoming a member of the Friends of the Brighton Library, call (810) 229-6571 or visit brightonlibrary.info/FOL.

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