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Greenwood County Library opens fall book sale tomorrow

The Friends of Greenwood County Library  announce their fall book sale.

They asked The Hub to share with readers that among the many types "all looking for good homes" are art and music books:
  • both instructional and famous works
  • large-format museum exhibition books
  • artist and musician biographies
  • sheet music and music books
  • records and CD's
  • instructional books for voice and instruments
  • biographies of famous musicians.
Not to mention the traditional fiction, biographies, children's and teens, religion, hobbies, classics, war, cookbooks, travel, history, sports, adventure, science and nature, and electronic media such as DVD's, and audiobooks. The sale starts Wednesday, Oct. 12 (1-5:30 p.m.), runs normal library hours Thursday through Saturday, closes Sunday, and ends Monday, Oct. 17 when it runs 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.). The Greenwood County Library is in Greenwood (600 South Main St.), which is a South Carolina Cultural District.    

Jason Rapp

Greenwood Co. Library turning the page

Spring Book Sale revived after cancellations

The Friends of Greenwood County Library have been waiting for this. Two and a half years, according to staff.

They apparently have the books to show for it and asked The Hub to share with readers that among the many types "all looking for good homes" are art and music books:
  • how-to's
  • art history
  • art and artists
  • antiques
  • sheet music
  • music books
  • instructions
Now to mention the traditional fiction, biographies, children's and teens, religion, hobbies, classics, war, cookbooks, travel, history, sports, adventure, science and nature, and electronic media such as DVD's, CD's (if you can find a player these days), and audiobooks. The sale starts Wednesday, April 20 (1-5:30 p.m.), runs normal library hours Thursday through Sunday, and ends Sunday, April 25 when it runs 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.). The Greenwood County Library is in Greenwood (600 South Main St.), which is a South Carolina Cultural District. Promo graphic with text, all of which appears in the story.    

Jason Rapp