Huge Gift Basket up for Grabs

On Saturday, August 22 the winner of this huge gift basket will be drawn at the Parking Lot Sale

Gift basket up for grabs August 22

On Saturday, August 22 the winner of this huge gift basket will be drawn at the Parking Lot Sale (Car Boot Sale) – a fundraiser for the Agassiz Library Society (Friends of the Library). You can check out the basket at the Library – it is chock full of goodies, including over $60 in gift certificates!

The Society raises funds for local literacy projects which have included “Books for Babies”, bringing the mobile Planetarium and Aquavan to Agassiz and most recently the visits by Science World and the Urban Safari Animal Rescue Critter Show.

The parking lot sale will run from 9-3 on August 22 at the Library – sell your goods or come to shop.

FMI: contact the Library at 604-796-9510

 

 

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