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Fall is a busy season for the Friends of the Invermere Library.


Friends of the Invermere Library


Fall is a busy season for the Friends of the Invermere Library. Following up on the very successful BIG Book Sale in July, the Friends are working on more ways for library lovers to show their support.

At the invitation of Home Hardware, the Friends will stage the ‘Twas the Book Sale before Christmas. This sale of gently used books features winter and Christmas titles as well as books for gifts and books to curl up with when the weather gets cold. The sale takes place inside Home Hardware on the weekend of December 5th and 6th.

The Friends encourage you to donate your used books to assist with this new venture. Please bring books to the library during opening hours.

Watch for more details of this exciting new library event.

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