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Jalisco Cafe’s Second Annual Barrio Books and Raspa Giveaway set for July 4th

This 4th of July, the sidewalks of the Jalisco Cafe will once again be lined with tables of books, free for the entire family.

Books for children, fiction & non fiction, autobiographies, history, fantasy, and many other genres as well; all gently-used, ready for reading pleasure.

Community members are cordially invited to the Jalisco Cafe’s Second Annual Segundo Barrio Books & Raspa Giveaway where residents can choose as many books as they like. In addition to the free books, the Jalisco Cafe is also offering a complimentary raspa from the “Raspa11026158_10207235607547465_1317749386506467224_n Patrol”, Jalisco style con nieve.

Hector Chavez, proprietor of the Jalisco Cafe, has partnered with Books Santo Nino, El Paso’s newest registered non profit to bring this event to the Segundo Barrio.

Books Santo Nino is a group of El Paso book lovers who love and want to share the printed word.

This is one of several book giveaways that will be held throughout Southern New Mexico & Texas.

Officials with Books Santo Nino add, “If your business, organization, church, etc, would like to have a book giveaway please let us know.”

Via their Facebook page, officials declare, “If you have a kid bring them! If you don’t have a kid find one! EVERYONE INVITED! Come stock up on your FREE summer reading!”

For more information & to donate books please contact Rick Melendrez @ 915-565-1663.

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