126 Crosby Street
new york, New York 10012

Housing Works Bookstore Café’s
Saturday, September 29 from 10am to 6pm
(Rain date Sunday, September 30)

Housing Works Bookstore announces the third annual Open Air Book Fair, on Saturday, September 29 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Crosby St. (between Broadway and Lafayette) at Prince Street. Tents full of tens of thousands of books, records and CDs marked down to a dollar, plus clothes by the bag, and an outdoor food court with neighborhood delicacies.

BOOKS! Boxes and boxes of modern fiction and classics; art books, cook books, children’s books and more, plus marked down books from McNally Robinson. CLOTHES! Exclusive merchandise from Housing Works Thrift Shops, offered on an “all-you-can-stuff” $20 a bag basis, including shoes and accessories. FOOD! After you’ve scored all the deals you can carry home, relax in the Open Air Food Court on cobblestoned Crosby Street, have a beer along with Savoy’s lamb kabobs, mac n’ cheese from Nolita House, gazpacho from Noho Star desserts from Pies-n-Thighs and more!

Housing Works Bookstore Café
126 Crosby Street (one block east of Broadway between Houston and Prince)
Subway: W, R to Prince; B, D, F, V to Broadway/Lafayette; 6 to Bleecker
General Information: (212) 334-3324

Housing Works Bookstore Café Fighting AIDS One Book At A Time
Housing Works Bookstore Café is an independent cultural center that offers patrons a unique opportunity to join the fight against AIDS and homelessness. Arts-based philanthropy in practice, we allow visitors to make a difference simply by buying or donating books; eating at our cafe; coming to concerts, readings, and special events; or volunteering for our staff.

We are a non-profit organization that relies entirely on donations to stock our store and volunteers to run it. All proceeds directly benefit our parent organization, Housing Works, Inc., the nation’s largest minority-controlled AIDS service provider. Housing Works provides housing, healthcare, job training, and advocacy for New Yorkers living with HIV/AIDS. As an activist organization, we are committed to implementing the systemic changes necessary to ensure that AIDS and public health policies are sound in concept and equitable in administration.

Official Website: http://www.housingworksbookstore.org

Added by HousingWorksBookstore on September 19, 2007