USED BOOK SALES AT CUBBERLEY AND TERMAN
Saturday, January 11
11 am - 4 pm
Regular book sale, with books 50 cents and up
4000 Middlefield Road
At the Cubberley
Children's Books * History
Biography * Sports
Arts * Architecture
Computers * Business
Large Format * Humor
Bargain book sale, with books 25 cents and up
661 Arastradero Road
All proceeds go to help Palo Alto libraries.
At the Terman
Libraries Closed for January Holiday
All Palo Alto libraries will be closed Monday, January 20 for the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday.
|"Grand Opening" of
our New Book Sale Location|
We're holding two book sales this
Saturday from 11 am to 4 pm. We have tens of thousands of books are at our huge
new well-lit book room, located at the Cubberley Community Center at 4000
Middlefield Road in south Palo Alto, between Charleston Road and San
Once you're at Cubberley, you'll find our book room at
the end of the north access road, adjacent to the Charleston Shopping
Center. We recommend that you not use the main Cubberley lot,
because it's farther away. We'll have signs out to guide you and to help you
Our bargain books will be sold at our Terman site at 661
Arastradero Road in Palo Alto during the same hours.
map to Cubberley.
Storytelling Festival at
Come enjoy a variety of Bay Area storytellers
at the library's annual storytelling festival between 1 and 5 pm
on Sunday, January 19 at the Children's
Library at 1276 Harriet Street. This much-loved event is for
everyone 4 and older.
Trip to the Antiquarian
Join other Friends for a day trip by
coach to the 36th California International Antiquarian Book Fair
in downtown San Francisco on Saturday, February 8. Over 230 booksellers
from 25 states and nine countries will exhibit at the fair, offering rare
and antiquarian books, manuscripts and related materials priced from a
few dollars to hundreds of thousands. The fair features early printed
books, illustrated books, fine bindings, early American literature, modern
first editions, children's books, maps, autographs, and antiquarian books on
law, architecture, economics, gastronomy, wine and scores of other fields.
The trip is sponsored by the Associates of the Stanford University Libraries, and
we're sure you'll enjoy meeting their members as well. Tickets are
$45 each and
include admission to the fair, a light lunch at the fair, two seminars at the
fair including Nicholas Basbanes speaking about book collecting strategy
for the 21st century, and wine and cheese on the return ride. The coach will leave at
about 10:30 am
from the Stanford campus and return at about 3:30 pm. Seats on the coach are limited,
so please reserve yours today by contacting Sally Treadway at (650) 723-9426 or firstname.lastname@example.org. More
information about the fair.