Echo Park Library summer book sale

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Echo Park Library Community Group (EPLCOG) is having its Summer Library Book Sale!

Saturday July 31, 2010 from 12:00 noon – 4:00 pm

Complimentary Coffee & Donuts

Average book costs are .25 -.50 cents

Specialty books under $5.00

Located in the Echo Park Library Community Room, 1410 West Temple Street

Donations welcome, drop off at the Echo Park Library

For more info contact Lisa Palombi (213) 250-7808 or Lisa Baca (323) 660-7234,

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