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Are You Planning a Wedding?

Original post made by Kathy Shields, Downtown North, on Feb 15, 2012

Drop into the Main Library at 1213 Newell Rd. and visit the display of wedding books. You will find everything to help you plan your special day from beginning to end. Topics include second marriages, books full of dress ideas, planning on a budget, and fiction that will have you laughing at the entire process! The display runs through the end of February. Pass this on to those friends or family in the area with weddings on their mind. Contact the Palo Alto Library at (650)329-2436 if you have questions.

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