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Fallsington Library announces events

Enjoy an online art and antique auction, a word puzzle bracelet project and more

Source: Fallsington Library

Online Art & Antique Action is running now through Friday, Oct. 23, at 11:59 p.m at go.rallyup.com/fallsingtonlibrary. Over 60 items donated by supporters are being auctioned off, including art, antiques and vintage treasures. Items up for bids include paintings, vintage jewelry, pottery, photographs, prints, antique toys, furniture, houseware, antique bottles and more. Bidding ends Oct. 23 at midnight. All proceeds will fund the library and its programs. View the items in-person at the library on Tuesday, Oct. 20, from 6 to 7 p.m.

Register Receipt Fundraiser is ongoing. The library is collecting cash register receipts from both McCaffrey’s Food Markets and Brown’s Family ShopRite (547 S. Oxford Valley Road, Fairless Hills) to assist in its fundraising. To help, save your register receipts and drop them off at the library. Grocery stores will provide the library with a percentage of what you spend.

National Dictionary Day Word Puzzle Bracelet Grab & Go is underway. Stop in and pick up a Word Puzzle bracelet kit, no registration needed, while supplies last. Best for ages 5 and up. Children will need an adult’s help with the project.

Fallsington Library is located at 139 Yardley Ave., Fallsington. Call 215-295-4449 or click here for more information.

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