Annual Hamilton Public Library Spring & Fall Book Sale
Book Sale books are recent discards from the collections of all Hamilton Public Library System libraries. Discarding is the process of removing damaged, outdated and unused materials from the library shelves and checking to ensure the books are not needed by another library branch. The library is committed to maintaining a usable, up-to-date collection.
Our club works with the Library to organize the transport, set up and sale of these discarded books. The funds we raise go towards ongoing projects that fit our purpose and the remaining money, raised on behalf of the library, helps to defray the cost of library operations.
The Annual Book Sale is the major fundraising event of the year for the Soroptimist International Hamilton-Burlington club. It is also our longest running fundraiser, which began in 1980.
Jazz in June
This Annual Event is held in June at the Waterfront Centre, located at 555 Bay Street North, Hamilton. This is a wonderful location for an enjoyable evening of live jazz by local musicians, appetizing foods and a picturesque view of The Hamilton Bay. Proceeds go to the Good Shepherd Women’s Centre.
For more information about this event please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Famous Female Pursenalities
A Live Purse Auction held annually in March hosted by a local celebrity. Enjoy a fun social afternoon at Dundurn Castle Coach House with friends.
2012 was our first purse auction, featuring Connie Smith. Everyone had such a wonderful time that we are going to do it again and again. Stay in touch for the announcement of future dates.
All Proceeds go to McMaster Pediatric Critical Care Unit.