AACLC Book Fair Oct. 16, 2021

September 21, 2021

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Annual Fundraising Event

Saturday, October 16, 11 am until 3 pm at Annapolis Mall near Discoveries Library

Please join us just outside Discoveries Library at Annapolis Mall in the Crate & Barrel Court on Saturday, October 16 from 11 am until 3 pm for AACLC’s fundraiser Book Fair.

We’ll sell gently used books to raise funds for our free adult tutoring programs. Bestsellers, fiction, nonfiction, children’s books, cookbooks, self-help, historical fiction, memoir, and much more will be featured. Hardbacks will be $2, and paperbacks will be $1. Paypal, credit cards, cash, and checks will be accepted.

The fair will also feature raffles for themed baskets, a children’s activity, and more.

Tutors, students, and their families and friends are encouraged to attend!

We welcome sponsors for this event! Contact Jane for more information about supporting our Book Fair.

Stay tuned to our social channels and Literacy Council emails for updates and developing plans.

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Thanks to all of our reading enthusiasts for their donations from all over Anne Arundel County (and beyond)!

We welcome sponsors!

Please email Jane at director@aaclc.org for more information or to inquire about sponsorship opportunities for this community event.

Thanks for the donations!

Thanks to all of our reading enthusiasts for their donations from all over Anne Arundel County (and beyond), including the marvelous must-visit Park Books and Literacy Lab in Severna Park, where hundreds of books were dropped off by customers and boxed and saved for us. Book Fair Family Night Fun Time Raffle Basket donated by tutor Sandy Deeds.

Pak Books & Literacy Lab doorYour Support & Our Work

Proceeds from the book fair will support our free adult tutoring programs in Anne Arundel County.

The AACLC transforms lives by providing free, convenient, individualized reading, writing, GED, ESL, and math instruction for all interested low-income adults and out-of-school youth who want to improve their skills.

Last year, we recorded more than 10,000 volunteer hours in service to almost 200 out-of-school learners. By serving these students, AACLC is also impacting children, families, workplaces, and the community. Educating vulnerable and underserved low-income adults provides better opportunities for the students and their families. Students are empowered to participate in their children’s education and in our communities, improving equality fates for the next generation and helping to break the cycle of poverty.

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