During the holiday weekend, the library will make its front lawn available to library patrons for a donation of $40 to sell their household wares, collectibles, tools, books, clothing and other treasures.
Considering the heavy pedestrian traffic expected this weekend, the event will likely result in a prosperous sale for all. For details, call Carole Newell at 240-6240.
Basketball for teens
Bolton Central School athletic coach Ed White is again offering his traditional Summer Basketball Camp this year. The program is open, free of charge, to Bolton residents, ages 14 through 18. It starts Tuesday, July 13, and new registrants are now being sought.
The sessions, designed to build basketball skills, will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday through Aug. 19 at the BCS gym.
Prospective participants may drop in during the first two sessions, with no obligation, to see if they want to sign up for the entire series. If you have any questions contact White at 669-5321.
Library needs help with book sale
The Bolton Free Library has scheduled its annual Gigantic Book Sale and the library staff is in desperate need of volunteers. The sale is to be held July 22-25 with plenty of shifts available for volunteers to be on duty. Library officials ask volunteers work at least a two-hour shift. Folks available during the weekend of the sale are asked to call Megan at 644-2233 or Cindy Farbaniec at 240-6009.
Bolton Chamber of Commerce on the move
In the past year the chamber has seen many exciting changes, including providing ever more benefits to its members and visitors. Some advantages to being a member include a free listing in the high-quality color brochure - of which 30,000 are distributed - a free listing and link on the new chamber Web site, free placement in the annual Walking Map, access to on-line leads, and the opportunity to display brochures and literature at the chamber office, which is at a prime location at the entrance to Rogers Park.