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Ann Arbor District Library holds annual Halloween costume drop off

The AADL holds the costume swap every year to help participants save money
The AADL holds the costume swap every year to help participants save money

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – It's officially October and, yes, it's that time of year again: Halloween.

It's easy to spend lots of money on costumes each year, especially if you have to buy for the entire family. That's where the Ann Arbor District Library comes in.

The AADL is holding its annual Halloween Costume Swap now through Oct. 22. Participants are invited to drop off their gently used costumes of years past and attend their swap event on Oct. 22 from 3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. at the Downtown Library.

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Participants can drop off their gently used costumes at any AADL location

According to their website, "This is a wonderful chance to save money, clear your closet, and pick out something snazzy for this year from the gently used and clean costumes dropped off at any Library Branch during the month of October."

So, what are you waiting for? Dig up some of your old costumes (we know you have them) and head over to your local district library branch. Save some money and who knows? Maybe you'll find a costume you really love.


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