Beth David Synagogue is hosting its 12th annual used book sale with more than 40,000 books at discounted prices.
GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Book lovers are in for a special treat starting this weekend.
Beth David Synagogue in Greensboro will have 40,000 used and donated books for sale to the public at a discounted price. Proceeds from the Synagogue's 12th annual used book sale go toward Beth David's community outreach and education programs.
A majority of the book collection will be on sale for $3 or less. The selection includes everything from nonfiction to murder mysteries to religious literature.
Beth David Synagogue is hosting its 12th annual used book sale with more than 40,000 books at discounted prices. WFMY News 2
The sale kicks off Saturday, March 1 at Beth David Synagogue from 7 to 10:30 p.m. The first night of the sale includes wine and cheese for guests as well as first pick from the wide selection of books. Admission for the event Saturday night is $5.
The book sale continues Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Monday from noon to 6 p.m. Admission for these two days is free.
Monday's sale includes another special deal; the Synagogue will charge $10 for all the books visitors can fit into a grocery bag.
Beth David Synagogue is located at 804 Wineview Dr. in Greensboro. For more information about this year's used book sale, call 336-294-0007.
WFMY News 2's Patrick Wright spent Thursday morning with the sale's Co-Chairs Kathy Kraus and Rose Ackermann to tell you more about the upcoming event.