Sewickley Public Library gears up for Autumn Book Sale

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The Sewickley Public Library is at 500 Thorn Street. It is open seven days a week. For a complete list of library programs, visit sewickleylibrary.org.

Fall Book Sale

The Friends of Sewickley Public Library hold the annual Autumn Book Sale September 9-11. Buy used books, children’s books, movies, music and more.

Sales hours are 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on September 9, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on September 10, and 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on September 11. bags with any combination of books, DVDs or CDs for $5. All proceeds from the sale benefit the library.

Friends are still accepting donations of lightly used fiction, non-fiction and children’s titles, as well as DVDs and CDs to add to the sale. All donations must be in good condition and free of mold, mildew, strong odors and water damage. No manuals, encyclopedias or magazines. For more information regarding book donations or sales, contact the library at 412-741-6920.

Tea & Inspiration

All are invited to share a cup and a conversation as part of the new ‘Tea and Inspiration’ program being held at Sewickley Public Library. The program invites friends and neighbors to come together to read, reflect, and have elevated conversations based on uplifting quotes gleaned from the world’s scriptures and other wise sources. A different theme will be explored each month.

Sewickley neighbors Sharon Eakes, Grace Williams and Judith Washington, who coordinate the program, hope to inspire uplifting thought and reflection with the return of Tea and Inspiration, which has been on hiatus due to the pandemic. Participants are welcome to contribute their readings and thoughts or bring a quote to add to the discussion, if they wish.

“Tea and Inspiration” will take place on the first Thursday of each month from 7-8:30 p.m. in the conference room on the first floor of the library. No registration is required.

Upcoming monthly themes include:

September 1: Unity of humanity

October 6: The Human Spirit

November 3: Art and Inspiration

December 1: Social Justice

For more information, visit sewickleylibrary.org or call 412-741-6920.

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