Chickamauga Library Open House Is April 27

Tuesday, April 08, 2014

The Chickamauga Library will hold an Open House on Sunday, April 27 from 2-4 p.m. which will include a Silent Auction, refreshments, and a reading and autograph session by Chickamauga author, Dale Forrester for his book Dime Stores and Dirt Roads.  Also included will be a meet and greet with Chickamauga Police Chief Ronald Roach.  Other participants include the Friends of the Library, the Chickamauga Women's Club, and the Chickamauga Lions' Club, who will promote their Golf Tournament for the Library in June and Down Home Days in May.

The bidding for a variety of gift baskets starts on April 8 and ends on April 27.  Come to the Library to view these baskets full of goodies and donations by local groups and merchants and place your bids ahead of time.  All proceeds will benefit adult and children's programming at the Chickamauga Library.






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