THE BOOKSTORE BULLETIN
Sunday Evening at the Bookstore
Sunday Evening at the Bookstore is a once a month event created to help connect book lovers with each other. At each meeting we provide light refreshments, a craft, and an ongoing game of Trivial Pursuit: The Michelle Edition (Michelle vs. everyone else in the store).
The cost is $5.00 per person and includes a free used book (value up to $10.00) and 50 percent off all used book during the event.
Sunday Evening at the Bookstore began three years ago as Bookstore Mingles with the same intent and roughly the same setup. Last year we decided to re-brand the Mingles to Sunday Evening at the Bookstore to make it clear the event is for anyone and not for singles.
Later this year we will be introducing a new event as part of our Sunday Evening at the Bookstore series, so stay tuned!
DECEMBER EVENT HIGHLIGHTS
Sherlock Holmes Party
Sat. January 5th from 6 to 9 PM
Live action Clue, light refreshments, and author & Holmes expert Bill Peschel for a slightly mysterious start to 2019.
Keith Warner Hall Book Signing
Fri. January 18th from 5 to 7 PM
Author Keith Warner Hall will be signing his novels Steelton and Steelton: Iron in the Fire.
Pin Making Party
Wed. January 23rd from 5:30 to 7:30 PM
@ Jigsy’s Old Forge Pizza
Three custom pins, made from scratch or from upcycled books, for five dollars..
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Michelle’s Monthly Book Recommendations
Killers of the Flower Moon by David Grann
I listened to this book on Libro.fm and enjoyed the history and narration by three different narrators for the three main parts. This true story is about the oil wealth on the Osage land in Oklahoma, the murders to steal it and the coverup by local officials. It is the One Book, One Community choice for 2019 and a fascinating example of the interrelatedness of history.
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