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Are you a bookworm? Know someone who is? Visit the Duluth Public Library all week long to fill your bookshelf and support a good cause in the process.

This week is the Friends of the Duluth Public Library Book Sale, an annual event that takes place around this time every year! All proceeds benefit the library so they can continue to host free events in the community.

The Book Flea Market is officially in full swing, so head to downtown Duluth to get in on the action. I went last year and got a whole paper bag full of books for a fraction of the price.

The Duluth Public Library is located at 520 West Superior Street.

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Details about book sales

While the book sale officially began on Monday for members, it is open to the public for the rest of the week! On Tuesday (June 11th) the sale continues until tonight at 7pm.

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Visit the book sale on Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday is special because there will be a bag sale in selected rooms from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Stack of library books


If you would like to continue supporting the Duluth Public Library, you can become an official “Friend” of the library by emailing [email protected]. You can also sign up to be a member at the book sale this week.

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Don’t have cash? No problem! This year you can also buy books by card and check. Happy shopping and reading.

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