You are still welcome to bring books to our office at 2181 Embury Park Road, or if you need help with your donation, call us at 937.999.4491 to arrange for a pick-up. (The service is free.)
The next Dayton Book Fair Round Up is just days away. Our friends at Grismer Tire & Auto Service will again be collecting gently used books, vinyl records, movies, CDs, prints, puzzles, and games at all its locations in Dayton, Springfield, and Troy. Collection barrels will be available from Saturday, August 19, through Friday, August 25.
Book Fair volunteers will also be available at eleven drop off locations on Saturday, August 19, between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.
- The Book Loft – 2181 Embury Park Rd., Harrison Twp.
- David’s United Church of Christ – 170 W. David Rd., Kettering
- Davies’ Residence – 3975 Forest Ridge Blvd., Riverside
- Fickus’ Residence – 201 King St., Yellow Springs
- First United Methodist Church – 60 E. North St., Springboro
- Greene County Historical Society – 74 W. Church St., Xenia
- Harmony Creek Church – 5280 Bigger Rd., Kettering
- Miami Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship – 8690 Yankee Rd., Washington Twp.
- Penny Lane Art Gallery & Café – 109 S. Main St., New Carlisle
- Spice Rack & Bulk Foods – 3375 Dayton Xenia Rd., Beavercreek
- St. Paul’s Episcopal Church – 33 W. Dixon Ave., Oakwood
And last but not least, our friends at Ceasar’s Ford Theatre (one of our 2017 beneficiaries) will be collecting items at their information table at the Fairborn Sweet Corn Festival on Saturday, August 19, and Sunday, August 20.
Don’t forget that your donations to the Dayton Book Fair could be eligible for a tax deduction. Receipts are available wherever you drop off your items.