Lenox Library Association Book Sale
The annual Book Sale is one of the community highlights during the summer season in Lenox. A vital fundraising event for the Library, the sale raised over $35,000 in 2016.
Your donations make the annual sale possible.
Our dedicated volunteers prepare for the sale throughout the year. You can drop off books on Thursdays between 10 and noon at 60 Hawthorne Street, Lenox on the campus of the Boston University Tanglewood Institute.
The sale offers thousands of books in more than 30 subject areas. In addition to books, we welcome donations of CDs, DVDs, audiobooks and artwork. (At this time, we cannot accept books in bad condition or with mold, ex-library books, encyclopedias, cassettes, record albums or VHS tapes).
If you would like more information about donating books or other items, please call Ilse Browner at 413-445-5679.
New volunteers are welcome! If you are interested in volunteering, call Nancy Cohen at 413-652-1327.
We look forward to seeing you at the sale!
The 2017 Gigantic Book Sale is August 25, 26, & 27
- 15,000 Books donated from Berkshire Homes
- Soft and hard covers in 35 categories; CDs and DVDs
- Grand Opening “FIRST LOOK” Friday: 9 AM – Noon ($5 Contribution)
- (Numbers handed out at 8 AM for the opening at 9 AM)
- Friday continues: Noon – 5 PM (free admission)
- Saturday: 10 AM – 5 PM (free admission)
- Sunday: 10 AM – 5 PM (free admission)
- DEALER FRIENDLY PRICES!
- NO VIEWERS BEFORE FRIDAY OPENING – guaranteed!
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lenox Library Book Nook
The Library has the best little used bookstore in all of Lenox, The Book Nook. It is located near the Main Circulation Desk in an alcove area – a nook, if you will – created from the space formerly occupied by the bank vault for the Lenox National Bank.
Originally conceived several years ago as “Ex Libris” by Ginger Schwartz, the library shop was reincarnated by Eugenia Reinholt as The Book Nook after the library’s extensive renovation in 2000 to 2003. For many years it was managed by Beverly Hathaway. Mary Jane Incorvia Mattina is now in charge of a team of volunteers who make sure that there is fresh stock at New England (that is to say, frugal) prices.
THANK YOU TO OUR VOLUNTEERS
Mary Jane Incorvia Mattina
Alan and Alice Model
and the Lenox Library Board and Staff