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EGPL's Giant Used Book Sale Weekend

Updated: Sep 13

For the first time in two years the East Gwillimbury Public Library Board is hosting its Giant Used Book Sale starting Friday September 16th. Join us in the Holland Landing Community Centre for the biggest sale of used books in East Gwillimbury. Thousands of books for all ages, as well as DVDs and other items are available for purchase by donation, with all proceeds going to support your local library.


Book Sale Details


Early bird Sale - Friday Sept 16th

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

$5 per person, $10/family


Are you extra keen to get your hands on some of the best items of the Book Sale? For a small cover fee, get early access on Friday September 16th to the full sale. All items are purchased by donation.


Giant Used Book Sale - Saturday Sept 17th

9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Free admission


The true experience! Come browse our amazing collection of titles, most donated by members of the East Gwillimbury community, and support your public library. All items are purchased by donation.


Other Events During the Book Sale


Puppet Show

Saturday Sept 17th at 11:00 am

Holland Landing Community Centre

Register here with Eventbrite

Join us Saturday morning for a rendition of "The Purple Pirate," performed by Mike from Apple Fun Puppetry


Maker Tech Expo

Saturday Sept 17th at 1:00 pm

Holland Landing Community Centre

Drop in

Check out the latest maker tech available at the East Gwillimbury Public Library, and see what new things are coming soon. Featuring the Library's first Cricut Joy, a small vinyl and paper cutter perfect for custom greeting cards and other small crafts, and soon to be available for borrowing!


Nature Day

Saturday Sept 17th at 10:00 am to noon

Ross Family Complex

Join the Town of East Gwillimbury to explore and learn about nature in #EG! Grab your activities passport and visit the various stations for a sensory experience. The Library will be hosting a Storywalk around the Ross Family Complex

More information on Nature Day available here


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