Fall Into Used Books Sale
Friday, September 25 | Saturday, September 26 | Sunday, September 27
9:00 am | 10:30 am | 12:00 pm | 1:30 pm | 3:00 pm | 4:30 pm
This limited-access sale has been altered to accommodate social distancing, but it's almost the same Used Book Sale you know and love, now in September! It includes remaindered, used books (all genres, including fiction), some individually priced and others at the general rate of $2 hardbacks, $1 paperbacks. Books are NEW from our last Used Book Sale and the books in this sale are our highest quality books EVER! Great new selections in the subject areas of poetry, philosophy, feminist studies, psychiatry, art, architecture, interior design, and crafts.
Advance reservations are required.
Reserve your book sale time here: https://bit.ly/FallUsedBookSale2020
You will have 90 minutes to shop and check out.
The sale runs September 25 – September 27. Time slots are 9:00 am, 10:30 am, 12:00 pm, 1:30 pm, 3:00 pm, and 4:30 pm each day of the sale.
Sunday, September 27 is Bargain Day!
If all time slots are filled, we will take names for a waiting list. You may add your name to the waiting list here: https://forms.gle/vaPmhv9BnvvcFrds7
Masks are required; hand sanitizer and gloves are available at the door. The room layout will allow for social distancing.
You can pay for your books by check, cash, or credit card.
Please arrive promptly. If you need to cancel your time slot, please call 502.897.9845 or request a return through the website.
We appreciate our many generous book donors and sponsors, and we will work through this pandemic year to make the donated books available to buyers in a safe and pleasant way – even if it will look a lot different from our previous book sales.
We are still receiving book donations – call us at 897-9845 if you have books to donate. Thanks for your interest and support!
Experience the sights, sounds, and smells of a 19th-century farm distillery as we prepare a period mash! The Locust Grove Farm Distillery project represents the small farm-scale distilling activities of early Kentucky, before mass production. For this special session, we will be experimenting with the little known history of how absinthe was made in Switzerland County, Indiana by French-Swiss settlers in the 1830s. Learn how absinthe would be made—from grain to still and beyond—and how distilling was one of the best ways to preserve excess grain and fruit crops.
At Locust Grove, distilling was often the work of enslaved workers so you'll also hear about their impact on the small farm economy of the early 19th century.
Purchase your ticket online here: https://bit.ly/SeptemberAbsinthe
In partnership with Musee de Venoge of Switzerland County, Indiana; Kentucky Artisan Distillery; Spirits of French Lick; and Brooks Grain.
This facility does not produce alcohol or spirits.
Admission is $12 for adults | $10 for seniors| $6 for children 6 - 18
Stay tuned as we announce our plans for this year's edition of 18th Century Market Fair! For questions, please email Brian Cushing at firstname.lastname@example.org.