Barnes & Noble To Host Book Fair Benefiting Children's Hospital At Erlanger On Friday

Thursday, December 5, 2019

Barnes & Noble Hamilton Place is hosting a book fair on Friday to benefit Children’s Hospital at Erlanger. A portion of sales from this all day event will go to the hospital.

 

From 5 to 9 p.m. Erlanger volunteers will be available to wrap presents for costumers.

The gift wrapping service is free but donations are encouraged. Children of all ages are invited for a reading of The Polar Express at 7 p.m. by local media personality James Howard.

 

Those who cannot attend but would still like to support the fair can do so by ordering from www.bn.com/bookfairs and entering book fair ID 12570271 between Dec. 6 and 11.

 

Officials said, "Children’s Hospital at Erlanger thrives on the support of generous donors in the community. These donations have helped provide specialty care and equipment in a pediatric-centered environment."


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