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Books, books and more books
Comedian Groucho Marx once said, "Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog it's too dark to read."

What's that got to do with the price of fish?

The Capalaba Rotary Club Bookfest has been scheduled for the first weekend in May. Add it to your diaries now!

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Last year


There will be thousands of bargain-priced books and magazines available for sale. Books covering an amazing array of genres will mean that all interests are catered for, including crime, cookery, large print, biographies, Australia, gardening, history, war, travel and humour.

Always popular are the children's books. Isn't wonderful to see a child's face light up when they get involved in a new storybook? I'm always picking up books for the little people in our lives.

Another of my weaknesses is magazines, especially travel or garden variety. Not only are these great for school projects, but also for craft projects. Decoupage anyone?

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All kinds of books get rehomed


The magic of the Capalaba Rotary Club Bookfest happens at the Scout Hall, on the corner of Bainbridge and Gordon Streets, Ormiston, with all funds raised going towards Youth and Literacy Projects.

Entry is FREE, though have a few extra coins on you for Raffle tickets.

Opening hours are as follows:
Friday 3/5/2019. From 1pm till 5pm
Saturday 4/5/2019. From 8am till 4pm
Sunday 5/5/2019. From 8am till 2pm

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And don't forget that once you've read your books, you can always donate them to Rotary for their next Bookfest. There's a shute specifically for this in a building at the back of the block.

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Donating your books keeps prices down


I'm a bit like Groucho who also said, "I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into the other room and read a book."
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Why? Books. Who needs an excuse?
When: 3,4,5 of May. Times as per article.
Phone: Annette 0413 714 621
Where: Ormiston Scout Hall, Cnr Gordon and Bainbridge Streets, Ormiston
Cost: Free Entry
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May,
The more we read, the more we need to purchase and at such good prices are these fairs.
by Susan J Bowes (score: 3|1137) 44 days ago
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