News from Peter Keyes at Oxbow Books:
The Tenney Library in Newbury, VT has an event called Tenney Fest this Saturday, June 2, 2012, 9am -3pm. There will be a book sale, a silent auction which might have some books, food, music, a talk by Frank Bryan, UVM Professor of Political Science.
peter keyes – oxbow books
PO Box 249
Newbury, Vt. 05051
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From Ben at The Country Bookshop in Plainfield, Vermont:
The weather may be mild, but our discounts are EXTREME. So enjoy the weather, cook up a few burgers, and then gorge yourself on the 50,000 books, paper items, prints and more – at The Country Bookshop.
- What: A store-wide Half Price Sale.
- When: Starts Friday May 25th and ends Monday May 28th. Four full days of great browsing and buying.
- What time: The bookshop is open every day from 10 until 5.
- Where: At The Country Bookshop. Swing off Route 2 at the blinking light in Plainfield, VT and you’ll find us right beside the stone wall and across the street from the waterfall.
Plenty of new stock to peruse. Bring your family, your friends and your weekend visitors.
Have a great holiday weekend. Join us if you can!
The Country Bookshop
bookshop [at] theCountryBookshop.com
VABA will be exhibiting at the 2012 Vermont History Expo, the weekend of June 16, 17 in Tunbridge Vermont. This year’s theme? Vermont in the Civl War. This annual [usually] event is put on by the Vermont Historical Society, and sponsored by various Vermont businesses and Foundations.
We will post more on this as we get closer… in the meantime, please visit the website for information on events, exhibitors, visiting authors, and everything Vermont!
Hope to see you there!
[Image from the Vermont History Expo website]
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From the Literary Tourist blog:
Literary Agent Kelly Sonnack has put up a Facebook page for an annual event she launched last year to help ‘Save Bookstores’. This is the poster that one of her clients, children’s book illustrator Sam Zuppardi, designed for this year’s campaign.
As Sam puts it: “All you have to do is head into town on June 16th and pick up a few books from somewhere other than the internet. There’s nowt like a good browse, after all.”
Sounds like a plan! – so head out on June 16th to your local new and used book shops – and then lets make a habit of it…
[Image from the Literary Tourist blog]
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