Reed City library continues fundraising efforts
REED CITY — The Reed City Library continues to prepare for its move this coming summer to its new location. Fundraising continues throughout town with donation piggy banks located at businesses. Members of the community can still send in donations with a pledge from on the library’s website.
Another opportunity to help is coming up during Reed City’s Evergreen festival when the library will host another sale from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Nov. 25 and 26 there is a booksale and rummage sale at 829 S. Chestnut (future location of the Reed City Public Library-next to the state police post).
This will be the largest booksale the library has ever done. The library has received many donations of rummage sale items as well.
All booksale proceeds will support library operations, while the rummage sale proceeds will be in support of the New Library Project. With so many books to choose from, everyone in the family can find something great to read.
Meanwhile, there are fun events going on at the current location for the community to take part in.
Following are just a couple of interest.
n From 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 12, the library will be hosting a Paper Crafting-Holiday Cardmaking Event. Join facilitator, Pat Fribley, and a fun group of crafters for paper crafting madness. Design one-of-a-kind holiday cards for friends and loved ones. This is a free event and ages 10 and up are welcome at any skill level. The event will be hosted in the Reed City Public Library Community Room.
n At noon on Saturday, Nov. 19, Extreme Couponing — Want to get more bang for your buck? Learn how to coupon like a pro. If you are interested in learning the ins and outs of using cupons effectively to achieve household savings, attending this program is a must. The program will be facilitated by Extreme Couponer, Jason Ripley, and there is no cost.
The event will be held in the Reed City Public Library Community Room.
The Reed CIty Library is getting so much support from the community and local businesses for this move. Every little bit helps, so please join the fundraising efforts to help this move which will greatly benefit everyone here. If you have any interest in joining the fundraising team, contact the library or check out its website.