Please join us at 3pm today (Sunday, May 7), when we welcome Nina Sankovitch to the Bookshop, to talk to us about "The Lowells of Massachusetts: An American Family."
This is a wonderful multi-subject narrative biography of the Lowell family - one of the most powerful families in the United States during the country’s early years.
We're looking forward to hosting Nina Sankovitch this Sunday (May 7) at 3pm, with her new multi-subject biography, "The Lowells of Massachusetts: An American Family." This is a fascinating chronicle of one of the most powerful families in the United States during the country’s early years.
Ms. Sankovitch is also the author of the memoir "Tolstoy and the Purple Chair."
May the 4th be with you!
Can you guess the theme of this new table display?
Our friends at The Discovery Museums (on Main Street in Acton) have opened their annual "Bids for Kids" online auction. Items include gift certificates to local merchants (!), tickets to sporting events, passes to a variety of museums, food and gift items, activities, etc.
The Discovery Museums is a children’s and science discovery museum whose mission is to inspire enduring curiosity and love of learning through interactive discovery, hands-on inquiry, and scientific investigation.
Proceeds from the auction will support the Museums’ Open Door Connections program, enabling the Museums to offer more children and families the opportunity to visit for free or deeply reduced cost.
Check it out!
biddingforgood.com The Discovery Museums blend the best of STEM and early learning with hands-on, playful exhibits and programs that inspire curiosity and exploration. Proceeds from the 2017 Bid for Kids Online Auction will support our Open Door Connections program, which provides opportunities for those who face a va...
A beautiful new Community Window display from our friends at Gaining Ground.
Gaining Ground, a non-profit organic farm in Concord, Massachusetts, grows vegetables and fruit with the help of hundreds of community volunteers and donates all of this fresh food to area meal programs and food pantries.
Interested in learning more about the Assabet Village Co-op Market? They've got great plans for sourcing fresh food from local farms, holding community programs, and continuing to build a thriving local economy.
Join them for an info session on Sunday (April 30) at 10am at Haute Coffee - Concord, MA.
Happy Earth Day! How will you celebrate today?
- Musketaquid Arts and Environment Program events begin at 9:30
- take a walk around Walden Pond, or one of the many trails in town
- do some yard/community clean-up
- come in to the Bookshop for inspiration - lots of ideas in our Young Readers section
we have signed books in the Bookshop!
Here's a fun new table display in our Young Readers section -- books featuring the amazing art of Oliver Jeffers
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The Thoreau Society Shop at Walden Pond is located across the street from Walden Pond, where world-famous author Henry David Thoreau, wrote his classic WALDEN OR LIFE IN THE WOODS. Visit us on your next trip, and discover Thoreau Country.
A fun read about adventure, legal snafus, scam artists, a Russian mafiioso, and Steve Bliss' love for a beautiful bank teller. Go to www.lulu.com.
The Barefoot Books Concord Studio is a creative place where families can come to explore Barefoot books and experience the stories coming to life through a dynamic array of creative programs, events and classes.
Specializing in Concord authors and history, children's books and literature, the Barrow Bookstore also has a general selection of used and rare titles.