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Lexington book sale; Kannapolis author's lunch

Lexington Library book sale
The Friends of the Lexington Library book sale will be in the old Nation’s Catalog Outlet Store at 815 W. Center St. Parking is at the rear.
The sale is Thursday, 4-7 p.m., for members only (memberships available at the door) and for the general public on Saturday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., and April 25, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. After closing for an hour, they will reopen from 3-5 p.m. for a bag sale. Grocery bags will be sold for $6 and can be filled with remaining merchandise.
Sale coordinator Emmy Floyd said shoppers should expect a wide range of items.
“We have a large collection of cookbooks as well as books by local and North Carolina authors. Several books in large print are available. The collection of Christmas books is good this year. Other areas are self-help and dieting, health and medicine, travel, sports, politics, humor, gardening and crafts and a whole room of paperbacks. There is a children’s corner as well,” Floyd said.
Prices range from 25 cents to $1 for paperback books. Hardback books are $1-$3. Videos, DVDs and audiotapes are $1 each. Puzzles and games are 50 cents each.
Kannapolis author’s luncheon
This year’s Annual Author Event and Luncheon presented by the Friends of the Kannapolis Library will feature Lynn Salsi with the program, “North Carolina Alive.”
The event will be Wednesday at 11:45 a.m. at The Club At Irish Creek, 1196 Fairway Drive. Tickets are available from the Friends of the Library for $20 and include a luncheon buffet. Salsi is an author, storyteller, teacher, historian and playwright. She tells regional stories from the diverse and interesting people she has interviewed throughout North Carolina.
For more information, call the Kannapolis Branch of the Cabarrus County Public Library at 704-920-1180.

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