The used book sales are always a key contribution to the Friends’ annual donation the VPL. After a record-breaking book sale year in 2019, our hopes were high last January, as 2020 started out strong with the winter used book sale raising $15,842.
For many families with kids and those in their extended circle of family and friends, the COVID-19 pandemic has been a challenge. There are fewer ways to visit and support parents when they need it the most. Friends of the VPL offer some suggestions below to connect through books to those “born digital.”
We need your help. For the first time in 25 years, we are in a position where we will not be able to provide the level of support the VPL needs from us due to the pandemic. That is why we are asking for help to do something bold…
Do you enjoy the challenges of a retail environment? Are you friendly and outgoing with cash sales experience? Friends of the Vancouver Public Library is seeking new volunteers to work in book’mark, The Library Store. book’mark is a retail business located at VPL Central Branch (350 West Georgia Street, Vancouver), with profits going to support […]
A number of people shared their book sale finds on social media. Here’s what they bought: [View the story “Thanks to everyone for another successful book sale” on Storify]
Bargains galore! gently used books, DVDs, CDs and vinyl May 21, 22, 23 from 10am – 5pm Everything half price on Saturday. Central Library, 350 West Georgia. In the Moat. On twitter? share your book sale find with us using the hashtag #friendsShelfie