VALPARAISO | The Iota Chapter of Kappa Kappa Kappa will collect used books from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Saturday April 20 at Home Mountain Printing, 3602 Enterprise Ave., in preparation for its Annual Book Sale.
Carol Arwood gets ready to pay for some of the books that she bought Saturday at the book sale at the DeMotte Library.
Noretta Emerson and her husband Jerry check out a list of books they are looking for Saturday morning at the Friends of the DeMotte Library used book sale. It is the group's fundraiser for the library.
LANSING | The Lansing Public Library, 2750 Indiana Ave., is hosting a book sale sponsored by the Friends of the Lansing Public Library on Nov. 10.
VALPARAISO | Kappa Kappa Kappa sorority of Valparaiso is continuing to help recycle books as well as raise funds with its fifth annual Used Book Sale.
PORTAGE | The Friends of the Porter County Library are holding a book sale October 18 thru October 20 at the Portage Library 2665 Irving St.
MUNSTER | Gently used book (adult & youth), CD, and DVD donations are needed for the Humane Society Calumet Area's upcoming book sale. The book sale is scheduled for May 17 through 20 at the HSCA. The shelter is located at 421 45th Street in Munster.
With the warm spring weather that we have been having, it feels like summer is right around the corner. Soon it will be time to think of planting flowers.
CHESTERTON | The Friends of the Westchester Public Library will begin their 3-day book sale April 20, with the Friends Only Preview Sale from 4 to 8 p.m. Only current members of the Friends will be admitted, but patrons can purchase their 2012 membership to the Friends at the door for $5.
CHESTERTON | It's time to clean out those winter books and donate them to the Friends of the Library. The Friends of Westchester Public Library announce they will hold their Spring Friends of the Library Book Sale at Thomas Library 200 W. Indiana Ave. April 20 to April 22.
Beth VanHouten, a sophomore at Indiana University Northwest, shops for books at the Big One-Dollar Book Sale on Monday at the university in Gary. The sale continues through Thursday in the Savannah Center.
Eric Gutierrez, a senior at Indiana University Northwest, shops for books Monday at the Big One-Dollar Book Sale at the university in Gary. Money raised during the sale is used to support the Anthropology Club's scholarships, academic achievement awards and special events.
Amy Boomsma and her 18-month-old son, Aaron, look through some of the children's books which will be included in the annual used book sale Friday and Saturday at the Beecher Community Building, 673 Penfield St.. Doors open at 8 a.m. each morning. Shoppers may fill a grocery bag with their ow…
GARY | The Big One-Dollar Book Sale at Indiana University Northwest will return this week to the Moraine Student Center, southeast corner of the main campus parking lot at 33rd Avenue and Broadway, next door to the Savannah Center.
Everyone is invited to downtown Crown Point to celebrate fall and get an early jump on Halloween this Saturday.
Fall is here! You can feel it in the air. Children are back in the routine of school. There is plenty going on in Crown Point.
We had a dream weekend. We spent time with Mickey, my old college roommate who is now actually old. It's hard to believe.
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