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Fundraiser—Hanging Baskets for Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is not far away! Honor your mother with a beautiful hanging basket from Garden Gateway and support your library at the same time. Thanks to the Garden Gateway, the Friends of the North Logan Library are able to offer these gorgeous baskets at the reduced price of $35. Friends of the Library receive an additional  $3 off.

Pre-order your hanging basket/s at friendsnll.org@gmail.com. You can pick it up and have first dibs at our selection at 9 a.m. on Saturday, May 13, at the 25th Street Market.

We thank you in advance for your support!

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The 25th Street Market Restarts in May

There will be no Authors & Illustrators event in May.

But we’d like to alert you to the fact that the 25th Street Market starts again—on  Saturday, May 7, the day before Mother’s Day!

There will be early-season vegetables and vegetable and plant starts available. In addition, our non-produce vendors will have many, lovely hand-made items available. Treat your mom to a quality hand-crafted item made by one of the artisans in your very own community. It will mean so much more than a mass-produced item made in China.

The Friends will sell hanging baskets and herb starts. They will be available at a good price and will be a fundraiser. If you are going to buy any of these items anyways, then please come and support your local library with your purchase on May 7!

See you there!


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