Media Sale at the Harris Library
Woonsocket Harris Public Library, 303 Clinton St, Woonsocket RI
Monday October 2 starting at 10AM through Friday October 6 at 3pm

 

The Harris Public Library, 303 Clinton St Woonsocket, is holding a Media Sale starting on Monday, October 2nd at 10am and continuing all week during library hours through Friday, October 6 at 3pm. Gently used DVDs, music CDs, audiobooks, music cassettes and VHS tapes will be for sale at nominal prices, starting at just 25 cents. Multiple disk sets/series will be specially priced. For more information, call the library at 401-769-9044.

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Margaret McNulty, Woonsocket Library, 769-9044

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