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Village Books

1200 11th St., Bellingham, WA

Phone:
1-(800)-392-2665

Website:
villagebooks.com

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Upcoming Events

New Year's Eve Sale

Holiday

Storewide sale, 20% off!

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• Sun 12/31/17 at 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

New Year's Day Sale

Holiday

Storewide sale, 20% off!

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• Mon 1/1/18 at 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Chuckanut Radio Hour 11th Anniversary Show

Community Event,Variety Show

This month the Chuckanut Radio Hour will celebrate its 11th Anniversary with highlights and clips from some of the best of 2017 and the last eleven years. This radio variety show includes guest authors, musicians, performance poets, and more. Each ticket serves as a $5 voucher to spend on featured titles at the show. The Radio Hour airs every Friday at 7am, Saturday evening at 7pm and Sunday at 9pm on SPARK RADIO, KMRE 102.3FM.  

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https://www.brownpapertickets.com/

• Thu 1/4/18 at 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Resolutions: Mini Workshops to Jumpstart Your New Year

Class/Workshop

Join us in the Readings Gallery at Village Books for our annual “Resolutions,” a day devoted to starting the year right. From 11 am-4 pm, on the hour, we’ll feature local experts presenting mini-workshops on topics ranging from confronting clutter, to developing mindfulness in our lives, making end of life choices, and breaking free from suffering. Come to one workshop or several, and bring your questions, ideas, and a snack too. No tickets or registration needed. Participants will receive 10% off recommended Resolutions-related books, that day only.

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• Sat 1/6/18 at 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Writer’s Resolutions: Mini Workshops to Jumpstart Your Writing Life

Class/Workshop

Just like our “Resolutions” day, this will be an inspiration day devoted to starting the year off right in your writing life! From noon–5 pm, on the hour, we'll feature local writing experts who will present mini-workshops, from generating story ideas, to writing about what really matters. Come for one workshop or several and bring questions, ideas, and snacks. Participants will receive 10% off recommended Writer’s Resolutions-related books, that day only. No tickets or reservations needed.

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• Sun 1/7/18 at 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Book Reading at Village Books: Punk Love Foucault, a memoir

Signing/Readings

Gabe Riggs will read from his new, self-published memoir Punk Love Foucault. He is a local author with a story to haunt and delight.

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• Fri 1/12/18 at 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Denise Weeks – Mantra: Repetition in the Land of Alzheimer's

Signing/Readings

"Mantra" is a collection of personal essays about giving care, taking care, and the support required for both. Part confession, part guide, "Mantra" is good company for anyone on the caregiving journey. Denise Weeks co-leads a support group for adult children caring for a parent with dementia, and she gives care to her mother, who now lives at Silverado in Bellingham.

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• Sat 1/13/18 at 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Jean Booth: Zombie War

Signing/Readings

Meant to cure, the AIDS vaccine turns into a viral curse. Now the dead walk the earth, and Sarah is the only hope for a small group of survivors. Zombies aren't the only threat. Winter is on the way and supplies must be replenished. Will anyone survive? A finalist in the 2015 USA Book News Best Book Awards for horror.

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• Sat 1/13/18 at 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Nasty Women Poets

Signing/Readings, Poetry Reading/Spoken Word

This timely collection of poems speaks not just to the current political climate and the man who is responsible for its title, but to the stereotypes and expectations women have faced dating back to Eve, and to the long history of women resisting those limitations. The nasty women poets included here talk back to the men who created those limitations, honor foremothers who offered models of resistance and survival, rewrite myths, celebrate their own sexuality and bodies, and the girlhoods they survived.

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• Sun 1/14/18 at 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Read-In

Holiday, Children's Arts/Crafts, Children

The Read-In has been a tradition for more than a decade. Local children are invited to gather at Village Books to hear stories in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr., about the civil rights movement, tolerance, and diversity. Congressman Rick Larsen plans to stop by and participate in the event around 11:30 am, and student volunteers form WWU will be on hand for the duration to read with the kids and lead them in a craft.

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• Mon 1/15/18 at 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Mindfulness Workshop with Tim Burnettt

Signing/Readings, Health & Wellness/Nutrition

Join local mindfulness practitioner Tim Burnett, Executive Director of Mindfulness Northwest, for an exploration of mindfulness practices that promote awareness and well-being. We will discuss the origins of mindfulness, touch on stress physiology, and explore how mindfulness practices can help us engage in our relationship to experience, reducing stress and enhancing well-being.

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• Tue 1/16/18 at 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Purple Wednesday Story Time Featuring Sarabella's Thinking Cap

Children, Family/Child (Books), Children's Arts/Crafts

Join us in the readings gallery for some fun creative play as we read this new favorite and do a craft that will get our creative juices flowing. We'll enjoy a small snack and make our very own thinking caps. Author does not attend.

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• Wed 1/24/18 at 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Kybdra Holley: Craveable Keto Cookbook

Signing/Readings, Health & Wellness/Nutrition, Talks/Lectures

Kyndra Holley is the face behind the keyboard at Peace, Love, and Low Carb. What started as a hobby blog and personal weight-loss journal now gets more than one million page views per month. Kyndra’s focus is on easy-to- make low-carb and gluten- free comfort food. Her mission is to show people that a low-carb lifestyle is anything but boring and restrictive.

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• Sun 1/28/18 at 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM