Turner library planning ongoing book sale, quilt show, drawing

TURNER — The Turner Public Library has announced the second floor is open and ready for anyone wanting to shop the used books collection.
Volunteers have organized and made it easy to find and shop. Future plans call for adding a quilt show — from Turner area quilters — in that space as well.
Additionally, the library will hold a raffle for a homemade quilt crafted by library assistant Amy Mahar. The queen-sized quilt features a sample of summertime icons. Tickets for the quilt raffle are $5 each; send a direct message to the library for details on how to buy by check or use paypal.me/TurnerPublicLibrary for online purchasing.
The library will send ticket numbers via email or messenger once the donation is received and will keep an electronic list of names and numbers. The drawing will be held on Facebook live on Wednesday, Nov. 25, via the library’s Facebook page.
The winner also will be contacted directly. All proceeds will benefit Turner Public Library. The quilt can be mailed to anywhere in the USA or picked up locally at library; shipping will be provided by Mahar Family Crafts.
The quilt show and book sale will be opened every day the library is open — noon to 7 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday; 1 to 5 p.m. Friday; 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. A volunteer will be at the checkout area to help during these hours also.<