The popular Friends of the Brentwood Library used book sale will return Saturday, April 24 with a special sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Oak Street outside the library.
The sale, which will be the first book sale in more than a year, will be at held in conjunction with a Creative Communal Makers Event on Oak Street. The Makers Market will showcase local Brentwood area artisan makers, with family fun and live entertainment, as permitted by local health orders.
The Friends group will offer paperbacks for 50 cents each or four for $1. Also on sale will be handmade adult face masks and book bags. Children’s face masks will be given away free. People who wish to join the Friends may also pick up a membership application at the sale.
“We’re excited to be able to hold the sale as we have many wonderful books that we have been unable to offer since the library has not been open for walk-in patrons. We are grateful for the city’s help in arranging this sale and will be following the usual COVID-19 protocols,” said Charlotte Allison, Friends Bookshop Coordinator.