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Fans of books, music and puzzles will get the chance to stock up while contributing to the literary health of Yachats this weekend at the Friends of Yachats Library Book Sale.

The sale will offer hundreds of almost new, gently used treasures in hardcover and paperback, with genres ranging from mysteries to cookbooks, children’s books to biography and history to humor. Browsing is easy with all books arranged by category.

On Friday, March 29, hardbacks, trade paperbacks and softcovers will be a dollar each, with paperbacks just 50 cents. There is a specially priced section including rare books, signed copies, book sets and coffee table books. The sale also includes DVDs and music CDs priced at a dollar each, puzzles for $2 each and audio books for $3 apiece.

Saturday, March 30, is bag day. Bring your Yachats Public Library bag and fill it for $3. This year’s new purple bag is available to buy for $2. Proceeds from the sale will help support the library renovation project and daily running of all programs.

Members of the Yachats Arts Guild will have some of their work on display and for sale during the book sale.

Volunteers will be on hand to serve up coffee, tea and home-baked goodies during the sale, with all proceeds supporting library programs.

The Friends of Yachats Library Annual Book Sale will run from 10 am to 4 pm on Friday and Saturday, March 29 and 30 in the Yachats Commons, 441 Hwy. 101 N. For more information, call 541-547-3741 or go to https://friendsofyachatslibrary.org

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