Otis Looks for Books…from You!

Freeing up bookshelf space? Moving? Downsizing?  October’s here and the Friends of Otis Library in Norwich is gearing up for its next semi-annual book sale, this year set for October 19 through 21.
The Friends are collecting clean, gently used books, CDs, and DVDs, two bags or boxes at a time, at the Main Circulation Desk of the Otis Library, 261 Main Street, Norwich.  The donations help the library provide patrons with new books and materials to keep the library’s collection up-to-date. All proceeds from the upcoming event will benefit the 162-year-old library; this is the tenth year for the book sales.
Categories on sale include Art/Music, Biography,  Children’s Books, Classics, Cookbooks, Fiction, Foreign Language, Gardening, Health, History, How-To, Humor, Nature/Animals, Poetry and Drama, Politics, Reference, Religion/Philosophy, Romance, Sci-Fi and Fantasy, Self-Help, Sports, Women’s Issues, Young Adult…something for everyone!
The sale kicks off with an Early Bird Preview for $10 on Friday, October 19,  from 9-10 a.m. Otherwise, there is free admission: Friday, October 19, 10-3; Saturday, October 20, 10-3; Sunday, October 21, noon-3.
To give larger donations, please call 860.886.2365, ext. 125 or contact Ann Lathrop at allathrop@juno.com.  No textbooks, magazines, or encyclopedias, please.