Friends of OB Library Having Book Sale – Sat., Sept. 27

by on September 26, 2014 · 2 comments

in Culture, Education, Media, Ocean Beach

OB Friends Library poster sale 9-27-14The Fall Book Sale will be held on Saturday, Sept. 27, from 9:30 to 12:30, at the historic library, 4801 Santa Monica Ave., in OB, 92107. It’s the Friends of the OB Library at it again.

In addition to their usual eclectic variety of gently used books, DVD’s, and CD’s, Kathy Blavatt, chief author, and members of the Ocean Beach Historical Society will be signing and selling the fabulous new history of Ocean Beach produced in the Images of America series.

If you would like to donate your used books and audiovisual materials to the sale, the library is now accepting donations. If you would like to help them sort books on Friday, Sept. 26, from 1:00 to 3:00 or when finished, please show up in the Children’s Section of the library then.

They can always use helpers before, during, and after the sale, so just show up.

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Frank Gormlie Frank Gormlie September 28, 2014 at 4:24 pm

Judy Collier, President – Ocean Beach Friends of the Library:

Dear Ocean Beach Friends of the Library,
We made a whopping $528.35 at our Book Sale on Saturday! Many thanks to all of you who worked, donated, and bought. We really enjoyed visiting with our OB community members and visitors from around the world. We certainly enjoyed the presence of Kathy Blavatt and the Ocean Beach Historical Society–thank you so much.
As always, thanks for your support!
Judy Collier, President
Ocean Beach Friends of the Library

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Kathleen Blavatt September 29, 2014 at 4:06 am

The Ocean Beach Historical Society wants to thank the OB Library and Ocean Beach Friends of the Library for having us join them at their book sale. OBHS Archivist Barbara Busch, board members Ray Blavatt and Steve Rowell also helped out. Steve took some photos of the event. We sold quite a few books, maps and looks it like we will be gaining some new Ocean Beach Historical Society members.
People also looked at the plans and signed the petition to get the city to build the long awaited OB Library expansion. (If you haven’t signed yet stop by the library to sign).
Events like this bring out so many nice locals and great volunteers that make our community special. Thanks Friends of the Library for your work and the OB Rag for reporting it.

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