A feast awaits avid book worms at the annual Galston Rotary Club giant book fair at Galston Community Centre on June 25, 26 and 27.
There will be over 40,000 books for sale including some first editions and some signed by the author.
The collectibles table will include a signed copy of The Heritage of J J Hilder (Australian artist 1881 to 1916); a 1902 copy of Dew Babies by Helen Broadbent and a rare copy of The Ladies Handbook of Home Treatment, a medical reference book for women, written by doctors F C Richards and Eulalia S Richards first published in Australia in 1905.
The Rotary Club of Galston’s annual book fair has a huge history itself and was first run in 1997. It has raised a large amount of money during that time to support projects both at home and overseas, including local Rural Fire Service Brigades, Galston High School, Riding For the Disabled and Youth Insearch to name a few.
All the books are in categories. There will be dedicated areas for children’s books, vinyl records, CDs, DVDs, puzzles and games.
Trading hours on Friday to Saturday (June 25 and 26) will be 8.30am to 5pm. On Sunday June 27 the sale will operate between 8.30am and 3pm when there will be clearance sale bargains
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