Anderson Township Library Association (ATLA) is moving annual book sale outdoors due to COVID-19
NEWS RELEASE: Lisa Mauch, Media Content Specialist
CINCINNATI, OH (July 15, 2020) – The Anderson Township Library Association (ATLA) has seen some big changes during its 40 years of operation, from changing its name from the Anderson Library Committee to moving its book sales from the old Beechmont Mall to the branch and Nagel Middle School.
ATLA used book sale moved to Burger Farms this year (Provided)
Due to COVID-19, ATLA has made yet another change. This year’s summer used book sale is one day only and at a different location. Come shop safely from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 8, at the new location Burger Farm and Garden Center (7849 Main St., Route 32, 45244). For more, visit burgerfarms.com.
The book sale is outdoors, but under cover. A wide selection of gently used materials at reasonable prices is available. The ATLA volunteers are following recommended practices of social distancing and mask-wearing, with hand-sanitizer stations all around the area. The sale runs rain or shine, with the exception of extreme severe weather or changes in COVID-19 requirements. Customers are strongly encouraged to wear a mask and practice safe courteous social-distancing.
The ATLA book sale accepts checks and cash; no credit cards. Book sale donations are not being accepted at this time. For additional information about ATLA or its book sales, call 513-369-6033 or “Like” the ATLA page on Facebook.
About the Anderson Township Library Association: The ATLA is a volunteer group that supports the facilities, services, and resources of the Anderson and Mt. Washington branch libraries. The major efforts of ATLA are two annual book sales. Funds raised by these sales are used to support adult and children’s programs, purchase books, audiovisual material, and special equipment.
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