Due to the Covid 19 pandemic MISSISSAUGA SYMPHONY will hold SEPTEMBER MINI USED BOOK SALE. It has also been necessary to change the format of the main fundraiser which is normally a 4 day “Giant Used Book Sale” held every September.  This year it will be a modified “Mini Used Book Sale”.

Details:

SEPTEMBER 12, 13, 19 & 20

  • Saturday, Sept. 12:    –   10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • Sunday, Sept. 13: –    11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
  • Saturday, Sept. 19:    –   10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • Sunday, Sept. 20: –   11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

  SHERIDAN CENTRE

2225 Erin Mills Pkwy. – Mississauga, L5K 1T9

(North of the Queen Elizabeth Highway)

Several thousand books in excellent condition at bargain prices   in the following subject areas:

  • Children’s
  • Cooking
  • Fiction – hardcover and paperback
  • History and Politics
  • Literature
  • Mystery – hardcover and paperback
  • Romance – hardcover and paperback
  • Science Fiction – hardcover and paperback

     NEW BOOKS ADDED EACH DAY

         ***************** CASH  ONLY*****************

           All proceeds go to the Mississauga Symphony Orchestra

               Registered Charitable Number 11904 3685 RR0001

                                     usedbooksale@mississaugasymphony.ca

The MSO’s  Used Book Sale is a vital fundraiser for the orchestra. Revenue generated from the book sale is used to present and support each concert season, fund the rapidly expanding Mississauga Symphony Youth Orchestra, and assist with incredible projects like fully-staged opera.

About the Mississauga Symphony Orchestra

The MSO is designated as one of Mississauga’s six pillars of arts, culture and heritage. The orchestra offers entertaining and increasingly sophisticated programs from the classic and popular repertoires of symphonic music, all performed to the highest artistic standards. Based out of Hammerson Hall, a world-class theatre located within the Living Arts Centre, the MSO provides performance opportunities and personal development to talented amateurs while combining the strands of excellence and education by assisting young professional performers and composers through solo performance opportunities, commissions and mentoring.

The MSO can be found online at: mississaugasymphony.ca; on Facebook at: facebook.com/mississaugasymphony; on Instagram at: @mississaugasymphony, and on Twitter at: @MSymph.