Terry Witkowski
Press Release

Get rid of old books at the “Choose to Re-Use” book exchange

News release from Alderman Terry L. Witkowski

By - Aug 27th, 2015 09:44 am

As part of the Garden District Farmers’ Market summer series of “Choose to Re-Use” recycling events, Alderman Terry L. Witkowski is inviting residents to participate in the Garden District book exchange this weekend, hosted by Milwaukee County Supervisor Jason Haas.

Scheduled for 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, the book exchange-themed “Choose to Re-Use” is an opportunity to give an old book a second life with a new reader. Everyone is welcome to come take an item for free. All leftover items will be donated. Audio books will also be accepted at the book exchange.

“I’ve been looking forward to the book exchange all summer,” Alderman Witkowski said. “It’s a chance to share your favorite stories with the rest of the neighborhood.”

This Saturday’s recycling event will be the final “Choose to Re-Use” event of the summer. For more information, contact Alderman Witkowski at (414) 731-0472.

What:        “Choose to Re-Use” Book Exchange

When:       Saturday, August 29 from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.

Where:     Urban Orchard parking lot

      S. 6th Street and W. Norwich Street

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