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Be a Dancer for a Day

The time is fast approaching for the summer dance camp sponsored by the library, the BOOKS program, and Senator Fred Akshar.  It will be held on Tuesday, July 18th and Wednesday, July 19th at the State Theater, across from the library on Front Street.  Dancer / choreographer Beth Hesch will hold classes for ages 5-14.  You don’t need dance experience of special clothing or shoes.   All you need is a desire to have fun!

You must register for these classes no later than Friday, July 14th.  If you’re interested, call the library at 467-2577 or stop by during open hours.  It’s fun!  It’s free!  Join us next week!

Annual Book Sale July 13-15

The Deposit Lumberjack Festival comes around every July, and with it comes the library’s Lumberjack Book Sale.  It begins on Thursday, July 13th and runs through Saturday, July 15th; from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.  We have hundreds of books to sell for all ages and all reading tastes.  Whether you want popular fiction, non-fiction, young adult, or picture books, we will have it under the tents on the library lawn.  There will even be a selection of titles published before 1940 for those collectors of old and rare books.  Stock up on your summer reading at bargain prices!  Hardcover books sell for $1.00 and paperbacks for 50 cents.  See you at the sale!