Trinity Episcopal Church Book Sale Saturday

Trinity Book Sale 3/3/2008

Trinity's Annual Book Sale is Saturday March Third in Iowa City, Iowa. Organizers set-up each year by sprawling tables of books throughout Trinity Episcopal Church in Iowa City. The sales is a benefit for Shelter House in Iowa City.

TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH sits at the corner of Gilbert and College Streets, Iowa City
10 AM-3 PM
Hard and paperback books of all kinds,
videotapes, cassettes,
CD’s, and more for all ages
Coffee and cookies available

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Anonymous says ... on Thursday, Dec 24 at 2:24 PM

gloria greenough. I ordered a book and paid from Barns and Noble order #12145888340 01 and told me to let you know so You could track it . It was ordered December 4. Sweet savage eden , A private pleasure , Love not pleasure by Heather Graham.

March 2009? says ... on Sunday, Jan 25 at 8:31 AM

I wonder when is this year book sale schedule. Any idea? I habe been in the last 2 year's booksale. Thanks

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