Winters Friends of the Library tree sale will feature trees from Yuba City

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A forest of trees will grace the parking lot at Railroad Street and Edwards in downtown Winters on Saturday, March 2. The Winters Friends of the Library will hold its annual Fruit Tree Sale from 9 a.m. until the trees are sold out. The big news for WFoL members is that if you have a current membership, bring your membership card and you’ll go to the head of the line, entering at 8:30 a.m. instead of 9 a.m. There will be a membership table at the entrance so that people can join on the day. Featured this year are bare-root fruit and nut trees. The trees are donated by Sierra Gold in Yuba City and are $10 each. About a week before the sale, a list of available trees will be posted on Proceeds will be used to benefit programs and to expand the collections at the Winters Community Library. For more information or to volunteer, call Margaret Bailey at 541-829-1332.]]>

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