The annual Friends of the Library Book Sale will be held during the weekend of April 26th. As always, proceeds will benefit the Friends of the Library endowment fund in support of the Weinberg Memorial Library’s collections and services.
The Library is seeking student volunteers to work at the Book Sale. We will need help setting up, pricing, organizing, and selling the books. We’ll guide you through the various tasks. Shifts are flexible, and we have availability for mornings, afternoons, and evenings. You can volunteer for a couple of hours or for multiple days.
For more information or to sign up, please contact Barb Evans, Barbara.Evans@scranton.edu (570) 941-4078, or stop by the Circulation Desk on the first floor of the Library. Student clubs should follow the Student Government guidelines for community service.
The Friends of the Weinberg Memorial Library are currently seeking applications from University of Scranton student, faculty, and staff Arts and Crafts vendors for the 2014 Annual Friends of the Library Book Sale. The annual Friends of the Library Book Sale will be held in the Library’s 5th floor Heritage Room Friday, April 25th (preview sale for members and students), 4pm-9pm; Saturday, April 26th, 9am-9pm, and Sunday, April 27th, noon-4pm.
Vendor applications are due by Friday, April, 4th. Vendors will be notified of acceptance by Friday, April 11th. Approval of applications is space permitting. The Friends of the Library accept only vendors who are selling items that they have created themselves and reserve the right to reject any applicant who does not meet these criteria.
The table space fee is $5.00 per day due prior to table set-up each day with a discounted fee of $10.00 for table space for all three days. The Friends of the Library are not responsible for the loss or damage to any items. The vendors are required to properly staff their tables and are responsible for the sale and security of their merchandise.
For more information or to fill out an application, please visit the Library’s Circulation Desk or contact Barb Evans at (570) 941-4078 or email@example.com.
The University of Scranton’s Weinberg Memorial Library is requesting book and tag sale donations for its annual spring book sale, as well as volunteers to help with preparation and staffing for the event, which will take place during the last weekend of April. All proceeds from the book sale benefit the Friends of the Weinberg Memorial Library Endowment, which supports library collections and services.
The library will accept all titles of used hardcover and paperback books, including children’s books, cookbooks, fiction and non-fiction. In addition, the library is collecting videos, compact discs, audio-cassettes, records and tag sale items.
Donations may be placed in the boxes on the Monroe Avenue side of the library, and will be accepted until Wednesday, April 23.
This year’s book sale is scheduled for Saturday, April 26 from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m., and Sunday, April 27, from noon until 4 p.m., in the fifth floor Heritage Room of the Weinberg Memorial Library. The Friends of the Weinberg Memorial Library, the library staff and volunteers will conduct the event. Book prices begin at $1.00 in addition to specialty priced items.
A special preview sale will be held on Friday, April 25, for Friends’ members and Schemel Forum members.
For additional information or to volunteer, please contact Barbara Evans, circulation/access service clerk for the library, at 570-941-4078.
Call for Student and University Community Arts and Crafts Vendors
2013 Weinberg Memorial Library Book Sale
Sponsored by the Friends of the Weinberg Library & the Library Staff
Friday- Sunday, April 26th – 28th, 2013
Vendor applications are due by Friday, April 12th.
Vendors will be notified of acceptance on or before Friday, April 18th.
The table fee is due via cash before table set-up each day.
The Book Sale will take place:
Friday, April 26th (preview sale, members and student night) ~ 4pm-9pm
Saturday, April 27th ~ 9am-9pm
Sunday, April 28th ~ noon-4pm
Information for Vendors:
The Friends of the Library Book Sale will be held in the Library’s Fifth Floor Heritage Room.
The table space fee is $5.00 per day, $15.00 for all 3 days.
Approval of applications is space permitting, and the Library reserves the right to reject any applicants.
The Library is not responsible for the loss or damage to art/craft work. Vendors are required to properly staff their tables and are responsible for the sale and safety of all merchandise.
The Library is excited to showcase University student, faculty and staff artists and crafters at its Annual Book Sale. For more information or to fill out an application please visit the Library’s Circulation Desk or contact Barb Evans:
The Library will host its Annual Book Sale the weekend of April 27th. As always, proceeds will benefit the Friends of the Library endowment fund in support of WML’s collections and services. If you are a student and would like to earn service hours, please consider volunteering. We will need help pricing, organizing, and selling the books. For more information or to sign up, please contact Ellen Judge at Ellen.Judge@scranton.edu or stop by the Center for Service & Social Justice, DeNaples 205B.
The Library is also seeking donations of tag sale items and current hardcover and paperback books in good condition. No encyclopedias or old textbooks please. You may drop off your contributions in the donation boxes at our Monroe Ave entrance.
The Friends of the Library are sponsoring a Book & Plant Sale this weekend!
The sale will include used non-fiction and fiction hardcover and paperback books, plants, tag sale items, and jewelry. The sale takes place in the Heritage Room on the fifth floor of the Library, with all proceeds benefiting the Friends of the Weinberg Memorial Library Endowment.
The sale will be open Saturday, April 28, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday, April 29, from noon until 4 p.m.
This year, the Weinberg Library will join libraries through the nation in celebrating the importance and value of libraries to their communities, whether they serve a public, academic, or school population. To begin our celebration, we’d like to invite you to participate in our second Gaming Night, which will kick off the week. Following a very successful maiden run in February, library patrons responded to a survey which asked if it the event should be repeated. The positive response was overwhelming, so on Monday evening April 12 from 8-11 P.M. you may try your hand (and foot) at a variety of Wii games, including Wii Fit, Wii Sport, and Mario Kart. Free refreshments – pizza, wings, and more will be offered, and if Wii isn’t your forte, traditional board games will also be available. Come and take a break from your studies for a while — you may even win one of our great prizes! While you are in the library, stop at 4th floor Quiet Study Room to view the display of favorite books by library staffers. A wide range of fiction, non-fiction and children’s books will be featured, each with the staff member’s name. Finally, the Library is rolling out our newest reference service — Text a UofS Librarian. If your phone is equipped with a basic texting service, you may text a message to our reference desk at 570-687-8787 any time the Library is open. Questions about book locations, library hours, and library holdings can be quickly answered through our texting service.
And although our annual Book Sale starts next weekend (April 23-25), it is still not too late to donate books to the sale. Boxes are positioned in the Monroe Avenue side lobby of the Weinberg Library. All donations are welcome!
Come and celebrate National Library Week at the Weinberg Library.
We’re T-minus 73 days to the kickoff of Book & Plant Sale 2010, and the Library staff is already busy getting ready for our biggest annual event. Clear your calendar for April 24 and 25, since this year’s sale promises to be one of our best yet.
The Library has started collecting donations of used hardcover and paperback books, along with videos, CDs, records, and tag sale items. If you’re doing some early spring cleaning and would like to donate, please drop off your contributions in the donation boxes at our Monroe Ave entrance.
Recruitment of this year’s class of volunteers has also begun. We’re looking for students, patrons, and friends of the Library to help us price, organize, and sell our books. Give Barb E. a call at 570-941-4078 and let her know what times you’re available.
And in the meantime, feel free to start thinking about where you’ll start your browsing when the doors open. Cookbooks? Nonfiction? Barb’s famous “Special Treasures”? The fragrant flowering plants? Whichever section catches your eye, shop with a happy heart, knowing that your purchases benefit the Friends of the Library endowment fund and support the collections and services of the Weinberg Memorial Library.