Special to The Trussville Tribune
TRUSSVILLE — Friends of the Trussville Library are veterans at holding book sales during all seasons, but this spring they’re trying something different: a craft sale. They’ll be selling various types of items Saturday, May 14, at the library from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
“We’ll have an array of attractive, unique items available,” said Mary Sue Landman, Friends president. “These range from colorful hanging plant baskets made from colanders to fashionable hand-made scarves.”
Shoppers who are into do-it-yourself projects themselves may want to browse among the supplies for sale. These include various colors and textures of yarn, fabric remnants, novelty trimmings, and other craft materials. Gardening and craft books also will be on sale.
“This is a supplement to our traditional bi-annual book sales,” Landman said. “We hope to squeeze in another week-end book sale before work begins on the new addition to the library planned for the old community center site. When renovation gets under way, we’ll have to curtail sales awhile.”
Friends of the Trussville Library assist the public library through donations for non-budgeted supplies or equipment, through volunteer help, and through support of library programs.