SPARTA book sales features Dungeons & Dragons collection
The Stevens Point Area Retired Teachers’ Association (SPARTA) will hold its spring book sale Wednesday, April 25, to Saturday, April 28, on the first floor of the Children’s Museum Building, 1100 Main St., Stevens Point.
The hours of the sale are noon to 7 p. m. Wednesday; 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday; and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.
Community members have once again donated a variety of books. This sale contains a large donation of Dungeons & Dragons and Star Wars books. The Dungeons & Dragons collection contains paperback and hard cover Pathfinder books, Dungeons &Dragons game tiles, and rule and role playing books.These books can be found in the nonfiction room in the Value Corner, which also contains new children’s and teacher material books donated by Book Look.
This sale also contains a large selection of children’s and young adult fiction books.
The sale will again be held in two areas separated by the main hallway leading to Main Street at the front of the building and a city parking lot to the back. Nonfiction, CDs, DVDs, VHS tapes, albums and the Value Corner are located in one room and fiction, children’s, parenting, teacher materials and puzzles are in rooms across the hall.
To encourage reading, children’s books remain 25 cents for softcover and 50 cents for hardcover. Most adult books are $1 or less. Prices in the Value Corner are $3 and up and are based on a portion of current value. The restocked and repriced Value Corner holds fiction and nonfiction.
A bag sale will be held Saturday, with the cost of the first bag $10 and each additional bag $5. Items can also be purchased individually.
SPARTA announced its appreciation of a donation from the family of Ramona Weisbrod, and profits from past sales have enabled SPARTA to endow a second scholarship through the Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin. Profits also fund grants to community organizations that provide services to the elderly, children and their families.