Library members browse through the many thousands of books for sale at the opening day of the Cranbrook Public Library's mega-book sale

Cranbrook Library’s annual fall book sale begins

The much anticipated Annual Fall Book Sale will be held at the Ktunaxa Gym for five days, Sept 28 to Oct. 2.

The much anticipated Annual Fall Book Sale of the Friends of the Cranbrook Public Library and the Rotary Club Sunrise will be held at the Ktunaxa Gym for five days, Sept 28 to Oct. 2.

The first day (Wednesday, Sept. 28) is for members only and a $10 membership to the Friends can be purchased at the door. Members also receive a 10% discount at this sale, every day except Sunday.

Please show your membership card to the cashier.

Hours have been reduced due to lower volunteer numbers. Doors open daily at noon and close at 5 pm on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Saturday hours are 10 am to 3 pm.

The last day of the sale, Sunday Oct. 2, is the very popular BAG SALE. Bring in your Friends/Library bag and fill it for $5 or pay $10, receive your Friends/Library bag and fill it up. No other book bags may be used for this sale. Sunday times are 9:30 am to 11:30 am.

There are great reads at great prices!

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