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||Gerber/Hart holding large book sale/exhibit viewing June 6
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Gerber/Hart Library and Archives, 6500 N. Clark St., is holding a one-day book sale is returning on Sunday, June 6, 12-4 p.m., in the library reading room.
Extra tables will be set up to significantly increase the size of the current ongoing book sale.
The sale includes LGBTQ and non-LGBTQ fiction and non-fiction books, videos, art books, and erotica. Proceeds from the sale support the operations and mission of Gerber/Hart. The popular by-the-bag and by-the-box prices are back. Bags and boxes are provided.
During the book sale, the Sandfield Exhibit gallery will be open for viewing the current exhibit "Q: Activism at the Margins of Identity." This exhibit will close in July.
Mask-wearing requirements and occupancy restrictions will be in place, so there might be a short waiting line.
See GerberHart.org .
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