Tuesday, October 31
Continuing author Neil Gaiman’s tradition of All Hallow’s Read, children of all ages can select from a collection of donated scary stories and books. Donated books will be available all day, so stop by anytime after 1 pm to select your scary book. A bake sale of donated goods will be held throughout the day.
A Call for Homemade Baked Goods
This year, as part of our All Hallow’s Read celebration, we will host a bake sale of your donated baked goods on Tuesday, October 31. Please consider donating your favorite homemade cookies, brownies, pies, snack mixes… whatever yummy treat you would like to share. All proceeds will benefit the Library’s Capital Campaign.
Drop-off: We will begin accepting donated treats beginning at 9:30 am on Tuesday, October 31. Requirements: We ask that the donated goods be home made. Please include a note card with the name of the baker, the name of the treat, and a full list of ingredients to assist people with allergies. Any plates or other delivery methods will not be returned so you may want to use a disposable tin. Bake Sale will begin at 9:30 am until they are gone. FMI: Jeannie at firstname.lastname@example.org.