We’re back! Our door is open to the book-loving Davis community patiently waiting to load up again with quality used books at bargain prices.
CURRENT HOURS :
Wednesday – Thursday noon – 8pm
Friday 10 am – 8 pm
Saturday 10 am – 8 pm
Sunday 10 am – 6 pm
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LOGOS STEERING COMMITTEE
Rory Osborne, President, Friends of the Davis Public Library firstname.lastname@example.org
Phil Coleman, General Manager email@example.com
Gary Godefroy, Book Sale Liaison firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul Takushi, Acquisitions Manager email@example.com
Pat Martens, Operations Manager firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda Schwartz, Training Coordinator email@example.com
Christi-Anne Sokolewicz, Cashier Scheduler firstname.lastname@example.org
CLICK HERE to read our FEATURED ARTICLE:
FROM BOXES TO BOOKSHELVES
The Friends receives thousands and thousands of book donations each year, selling them at six book sales (every other month, first weekend of the month). Some of the donations head downtown to Logos Books to be sold, while the rest will be retained for the library book sales. There is an ever-growing, ever-changing inventory at the store due to the large and continuous supply of free books, donated by generous supporters.
Store profits raise funds to develop and expand the library’s book and eBook collections, fund children’s programs and special events, and purchase furniture and equipment for the library. The store is fully staffed and run by dozens of volunteers, who do everything from hauling books to pricing and shelving them to selling them to happy customers eager to go home with a real “find.” We also vacuum, dust, and provide water to thirsty downtown dogs.
Volunteers have fun while supporting the Friends of the Davis Public Library, surrounded by good books, local art, and visiting musicians. Love your library? Buy a used book! Become a Volunteer!
Interested in the history of Logos Books? Click here: Logos History