The 9th Annual Terry Fox Giant Used Book Sale takes place in Tecumseh, Ontario at the St. Clair Shopping Centre on September 9, 10, & 16, 2017.
The Terry Fox Giant Used Book Sale features thousands of gently used books at incredibly low prices. Choose from every genre and interest including best sellers, classic children’s books, cook books, hobby books, language books, craft books, parenting books, teaching aids and more.
Hardcovers available for $2, large soft covers for $1 and 50 cents for paperbacks and children’s books. This year will feature Canada 150 specials and deals.
Terry fox merchandise will also be available.
The sale takes place at the St. Clair Beach Shopping Plaza (Tecumseh Rd. E. & Manning Rd.) at the former Box Office Video Store.
The event runs from 9am to 4pm each of the following days:
Saturday, September 9, 2017
Sunday, September 10, 2017
Saturday, September 16, 2017
Tecumseh Terry Fox Run Committee volunteers will also be on hand to answer questions about the book sale and upcoming Tecumseh Terry Fox Run taking place on Sunday, September 17, 2017.
All proceeds go to the Terry Fox Foundation for Cancer Research.
For more information visit the Tecumseh Terry Fox Run Facebook Page or contact Marian Drouillard at 519-956-9592 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Terry Fox
Terry Fox is one of Canada’s greatest heroes. He lost part of his left leg to bone cancer at 18 years old back in 1977. Terry’s courage shined and inspired the entire nation when he decided to run across Canada in what he called the “Marathon of Hope” to raise awareness and money for cancer research. In the summer of 1980 Terry began his journey on his good right leg and artifical left leg starting at the Atlantic Ocean in St. John’s, Newfoundland. After running an average of 42 kilometers per day across 6 provinces in 143 days totaling 5,373 kilometres Terry had to end his marathon in Thunder Bay, Ontario. His cancer had spread to his lungs forcing him to stop and undergo treatment. Unfortunately, Terry Fox passed away on June 28, 1981. Terry Fox’s courage, determination and hope inspired the nation and his legacy continues to this day. Every year, millions of people in countries around the world participate in Terry Fox Runs and fundraising events.