Newtown Library Company hosting 20th Annual Booklovers Party Fundraiser February 24th

Newtown Library Company, the oldest operating library in historic Bucks County, is excited to announce that it will hold its 20th annual fundraiser, The BookLovers Party, on Saturday, February 24th.

The event will once again take place at The Atrium in the Stocking Works, Newtown Borough, from 6:00pm to 10:00pm, and will feature a fabulous array of hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, music, dancing, a silent auction, and many raffle items generously donated by local Newtown businesses and organizations.

The Newtown Library Company’s BookLovers Party is the library’s largest fundraiser of the year and has been a favorite of the Newtown community since 2002.

“We are thrilled to gather our community together once again to celebrate our historic Bucks County gem,” stated Donna Gusty, Board President of the Newtown Library Company. “This fundraiser is more than an occasion; it’s a lifeline for sustaining our beloved library’s growth and impact. Your presence and support ensure that the chapters of our library’s future will be as rich and inspiring as the stories within its walls.”

The BookLovers Party is open to the public and tickets can be purchased in advance on Eventbrite or through the Newtown Library Company’s website,

Sponsorship and silent auction opportunities are available for this popular event, and are a great way to promote your company to the Newtown community, and include online and event promotion.

All proceeds from the event will benefit the Newtown Library Company. For more information, call 215-968-7659.

The Newtown Library Company, located at 114 East Centre Avenue in Newtown Borough, the oldest continually operating subscription-based library in Bucks County, is a nonprofit that relies solely on membership fees and donations for support. Become a member, sponsor, donor or visit the library’s free reading rooms and become part of a piece of history.

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