The Friends of the Moore Free Library Book Sale will be held Saturday,  September 29 from 10 am -4 pm and Sunday, September 30 from 10 am to 2 pm in the Newfane Union Hall  on Route 30.  An annual Newfane tradition,  this outstanding  book sale offers some 5000 books on every subject  from Fiction, Non-Fiction, Biography, Children’s Books and Picture Books.  All are priced to sell.   In the latest “Vermont Life” magazine , local author, Castle Freeman Jr. showcases the Newfane Library Book Sale.    Targ and John Spicer have been  responsible  for starting the sale from the beginning  and continuing to volunteer along with thirty others helpers  for  the sale .  ” I think it’s been going  for 20 years   ” says Targ. ” John makes the posters and flyers and both of us  have added seed money  for the cash box.”      The Moore Free  Library is  truly a “Free Library”..    No state or  local taxes are  collected  and no fines are charged. The Library is open to all without charge.  The Library exists through donations of money, time and donations of materials  from our volunteers,  our citizens and our borrowers.  The book sale is a major fundraiser for the library.    To volunteer to help with the sale please call  Teddi Tucci at 490-2297 or  Meris Morrison at the library 365-7948.