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Need to Buy Some Holiday Gifts? Go Buy the Book!

October 22nd, 2014 by master

On November 15 at the North Seattle College, the Friends of the Seattle Public Library is hosting a Holiday Book Sale.

From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 15 at North Seattle College (9600 College Way N., in the cafeteria) You can find gift-quality books for all ages, old or rare books and tons of new DVD’s! Prices start at $3!

The sale will take place in the cafeteria at North Seattle College. You can enter from the west side of the campus into the first floor entrance of the College Center Building, underneath the large concrete staircase visible from College Way between 95th and 97th streets.

Due to the fire code, capacity in the cafeteria will be limited and there may be a line to enter the building.

This sale is free and open to the public with no registration required.

For more information, call the Friends of The Seattle Public Library at 206-682-7567, email or visit

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Library closed today through Sept. 7

August 30th, 2010 by master

Just a reminder that the Wallingford Library (1501 N. 45th St) and all other Seattle Public Libraries are closed today and won’t reopen until Tuesday, September 7th.  Budget cuts forced the closure.  The good news is that no overdue fines will add up during this time.  For a list of things you won’t be able to do, click here.

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Overdue book fines may go up

July 26th, 2010 by master

That overdue library book may soon cost you a little more.  The Seattle Public Library is considering a hike in fines to help offset its budget woes.  Here’s a look at some of the proposed fines:

  • The daily fine for an overdue book, CD, or DVD would change from 15 cents a day to 25 cents a day.
  • The daily fine for an overdue interlibrary loan (an item borrowed from outside The Seattle Public Library) would change from 25 cents a day to $1 a day.
  • The daily fine for an overdue reference resource would change from 15 cents a day to $1 a day.

The Library Board will take public comment on the proposed changes at its 4:30pm Wednesday, Aug. 25 meeting at the Central Library on 4th Avenue.

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