17th GIANT BOOK & RECORD FAIR

Rotary Club of Galston

17th GIANT BOOK & RECORD FAIR

Note: New trading hours

Friday 24th July 10am to 5pm  Saturday 25th July 8am to 5pm Sunday 26th July 9am to 5pm

GALSTON COMMUNITY CENTRE, 37 ARCADIA ROAD,GALSTON

CAFÉ & BBQ LUNCH AVAILABLE on the 25th and 26th

The Rotary Club of Galston 17th Annual Giant Book and Record Fair attracts buyers from all over Sydney and many kilometres around. We have over 55,000 books displayed in over 50 categories.

In our general area all the books are in good condition and there are many bargains. All the books in this area are sold by the inch, measuring the thickness .

We have many special and rare books in the section marked “Quality, Collectors and Silent Auction” all at well below trade prices. Books include a rare 12 volume set of The Official History of Australia in the War of 1914-18, a 1897 edition of The Dog in Australia, an 8 volume set of Ion Idriess, several excellent books on Australian Parrots and other birds, The Great White Whale (SS Canberra) Goes to War and many other excellent books, some of which are in the Silent Auction section which closes at 5pm on the Saturday.

Children’s books are on the stage where the family can browse at its leisure.

There is a large collection of vinyl records, CDs and DVDs sorted into several categories.   The ever popular jigsaw puzzles and games are displayed in a separate area.

Top Quality Books at Bargain Prices

A Clearance Sale starts at 3pm Sunday

The Book and Record Fair is the major fundraising event for The Rotary Club of Galston to enable it to assist the local Community as well as national and international projects and disasters.

For further information contact Kathryn Dickinson on 0410 530 691 or Harley Newham by emailing: newhamh@iprimus.com.au
www.galstonrotary.org.au

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About Rotary District 9685

Rotary District 9685 is one of two districts in Sydney, Australia. It's boundaries stretch from the Mountains to the Sea north of Sydney Harbour, reaching across the Hawkesbury River and north to Toukley on the Central Coast. The Blue Mountains define its western boundary, beautiful beaches define its eastern border, and rural communities make up its western and northern borders.
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