Find a world of new adventures for everyone during Laurens County Library’s St. Patrick’s Used Book Sale on Saturday, March 2nd through Friday, March 15th. This sale combines the best of classics, new releases, and old favorites with awesome prices!
Find a literary pot of gold at the end of the rainbow by visiting the book sale! With costs ranging from 50 cents for paperback books, VHS tapes, and audiocassettes to $1 for hardback books and DVD’s, you will save a bundle!
Featuring books on cooking, crafts, kids, and characters, the sale will also feature fiction titles, biographies, VHS movies and audio books on cassette. Admission is free, so bring a few totes to carry all your finds!
Dublin-Laurens County Library is located at 801 Bellevue Avenue, and is open Monday through Thursday 9 AM – 7 PM, Friday 9 AM to 5 PM, Saturday 10 AM – 2 PM, and closed Sundays.
For more information and lots more events throughout the year, visit Laurens County Library online.
Keep your eye on the sky for St. Patricks Irish Balloon Festival & Glow Friday and Saturday, March 8th and 9th with themed specialty balloons!
Build up momentum for St. Patrick’s Super Saturday on March 16th!
Learn more about the St. Patrick’s Festival in Dublin GA HERE
Dublin Laurens County holds Georgia’s longest St. Patrick’s Festival every March! Dublin’s original festival kicked off in 1966, thanks to local radio personality, Dick Killebrew, who celebrated St. Patrick’s Day by playing Irish music and telling Irish stories and jokes. He felt the community should celebrate in honor of its Irish namesake, and others agreed. The first festival lasted for 11 days and included a Parade and Pancake Supper which are still celebrated today. The Festival has grown and changed over the years, and now includes six weeks of celebration. With a multitude of family friendly events, there is something for everyone!
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