The truth is, Bookstock is a story written by volunteers. It was the inspiration and labor of love of a handful of Woodstock folk who were all volunteers. Today, close to 100 volunteers keep the tradition going…most of them residents of the Woodstock area. In this way the festival remains “home grown” and continues to be free of charge, open to the public, with a program that appeals to all ages.
Volunteer for an hour, or a day! Sign up with a friend.
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The huge tent on The Woodstock Green with thousands of used books for sale has become a major Bookstock attraction and tradition,
Bring your books (good condition only) to the Norman Williams Public Library. Check at the front desk for drop-off information, during open hours: Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri 10-6; Tues 10-8, Sat 10-4.
The Book Sale supports the Library and Bookstock.
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In addition to the Giant Book Sale, there are many other tents filled with arts, crafts, food, refreshments and fun stuff people like to find at summer fairs in New England. What do you want to show & sell? Be part of the story as an Exhibitor on The Green!
Be an Exhibitor. We provide the tent, table & chairs.
SPACE IS LIMITED.
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