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Barnes & Noble Bookfair This Sunday

Shopping + entertaining kids + helping an adorable library = a great bookfair

If you’re looking for a way to entertain kids, get some shopping done, and also support the adorable Noyes Children’s Library in Kensington, beeline to Barnes & Noble in Rockville (12089 Rockville Pike  Rockville, MD 20852) this Sunday, Dec. 9. Irish dancers, a children’s singer, a tiny puppet theater performance, hands-on activities, and story times will be running from 1-5PM. But all day, from 9AM-10PM, a percentage of net sales will be contributed to the Noyes Children’s Library Foundation. Simply print out and bring this voucher to show at the register: http://www.noyeslibraryfoundation.org/Docs/voucher.pdf. And if you’d like to add to Noyes’ collection, you can buy a book from the library’s wishlist at the event.

Even if you can’t make it to Rockville, you can bring your voucher to any B&N on 12/9, or shop online at bn.com/bookfairs from 12/10 to 12/14 using ID 10931566.

Noyes is truly a special place – it’s the oldest public library in the Washington area and one of only four libraries in the U.S. dedicated to children. The Noyes Children’s Library Foundation, which sponsors programs for children, has worked to keep the library open during tough budget times by contributing to operating expenses. More info is at www.noyeslibraryfoundation.org.

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