New Features for Book Lovers’ Sale 2017
Friday, September 29 and Saturday, September 30
Free Author Talks from 1:30-2:15 pm and followed by Tea & Treats from @ 2-4 pm $5
Come to the Author Talks and stay and enjoy your choice of tea with a plate of sweet treats served in our lobby cafe!
Nationally acclaimed author presentations and book signings
Friday– Ms. Theresa Flores will be sharing her very poignant story of being a victim of human trafficking and her new initiative to help prevent adolescents from the same fate.
Saturday–Dr. Ronald Stockton is a Professor of Political Science and a Research Associate at the University of Michigan Center for Middle East and North African Studies and the author or co-author of five books. His topic is his personal memoir and memoir writing.
Gently used books, vinyl, CD’s , DVDs, and audio books,etc. may be donated in the lobby of the DISC at 14900 Ford Road Dearborn, 48126. We cannot accept encyclopedias or recent magazines. We prefer that college textbooks be recent,clean, and minimally marked. Thanks to the generosity of our donors through July 2017, drop-off book donations will be suspended from August 1,2017 until November 1,2017. This will allow us to focus on getting ready for the upcoming sale.
Members of AAUW-Dearborn work year-round at the DISC(ice arena on Ford Rd near Chase). Sorting takes place on Tuesdays and Marking(packing) is on Thursdays.Pricing may be done on either day. Both teams meet from 9:30 am. until 11:00 am. Court assigned community service workers move the boxes for us to and from an area under the bleachers. Both teams enjoy a lot of camaraderie and eat lunch together after work once a month. Opening a book donation box is like discovering a treasure chest. One never knows what will be inside!
Community service organizations and non-member volunteers are also welcome to assist with the Book Sale Teams. Individuals are welcome to volunteer to help with set up, during, and after the book sale. Especially needed are those interested in learning to price collectible, vintage/decor, and special editions. Contact us through our email or phone number listed below, if you’d like to help.
Who Benefits from the sale?
Profits from AAUW-Dearborn book sales help to support educational and community programs. Scholarships, workshops, and conference opportunities are offered for students attending HFC and U of M-D. Annual scholarships are awarded to one student in each of Dearborn’s public high schools in honor of our member Marge Powell, a local human right’s activist and community leader.
Throughout the year, requests for book donations are accepted. The most recent being books donated to Educare Student Services -Dearborn, a comprehensive tutoring and test-prep program,to Veteran’s Hospital in Detroit, and to Books for a Benefit at U. of M. – Ann Arbor.
Table Sponsorship-Advertising at Book Sale 2017
Promote your Business/Organization at Book Sale 2017 through a Table Advertising Sign Sponsorship. This promotion opportunity highlights your product or services with a sign on a table during the four days of the sale for only $100. Email us or call the number below to get your name on our contact list so you will not miss out on this unique opportunity. Order before September 26,2017!
Book Sale 2017 Schedule
Check out these daily special features!
Thursday, Sept. 28 Early Entrance 9 am-noon $20 noon- 7 pm Free Admission
Friday, Sept. 29 9 am -7 pm Free Admission Senior Citizen Deal Day and Afternoon Tea
Saturday, Sept. 30 9 am- 4 pm Free Admission $10 Bag Day & Teacher-Student BOGO
Sunday, October 1 noon-4 pm Free Admission $5 Bag Day & Clearance Specials
Surprise “Blue Light discounts” daily
Location- DISC (Dearborn Ice Skating Center) 14900 Ford Rd Dearborn ,Mi 48126 – 2nd floor
Contact us at http://dearborn-mi.aauw.net/book-sale ,
email : email@example.com, or call (313) 573-0062 with questions or requests.
Many thanks for your interest and participation!
Rosa Scaramucci, Book Sale Chair 2017, Kathy Gapa and Diana Marx Book Sale Assistant Chairs, Jan Frank, Treasurer , and Judy Monroe, Past Chair