Mills Library holds book sale
After its closure, the City of Mills Library will open it’s doors one last time for book sale
CASPER, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - After the permanent closure of the City of Mills Library, folks have an opportunity to buy from their collection.
Leah Juarez, the mayor of Mills, says, “We originally reached out to the Natrona County Library. They just did not have the need for these books, so it was recommended by their expert that we donated them or give them away to the community.”
At the library sale visitors will have the chance to pick through thousands of books, movies and audiobooks for sale. Most stock is available for under a dollar. Visitors also have an option to fill up a small bag for five dollars, or a large bag for twenty. Holding this book sale prevents books from ending up in the trash and gives the City of Mills an opportunity to give back to the community.
Juarez says, “It’s a little heartwarming to know these books will all have homes outside of Mills, and we love that. It is sad to see the doors close to the library but their on to better places.”
The book sale will take place September 1-2. Folks attending Friday will pay a twenty dollar entry fee for access to the first pick of the library’s available stock. Saturday is free to enter and shop. It will be open both days 9 am to 3 pm.
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