The Penticton Public Library is set for its latest edition of the Dirty Book Sale this November. (Western News file photo)

The Penticton Public Library is set for its latest edition of the Dirty Book Sale this November. (Western News file photo)

Readers rejoice: Dirty Book Sale back at Penticton Library

Readers across the city can start buying on Nov. 6

Penticton Public Library’s special book sale is back and locals across the city can start buying on Saturday, Nov. 6.

In the annual Dirty Book Sale, books that have been pushed off the shelves in favour of new arrivals are what buyers can expect to get their hands on.

On Saturday, the all-ages event will be conducted in the museum building auditorium with a limit on the number of patrons allowed in the building at once.

Doors to the auditorium are set to open at 9:30 a.m. and close at 5 p.m., with all proceeds going to the library to support collection and programming.

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