7900 High School Rd, Elkins Park, PA


Brunch with a Book

Join Lynn Rosen for lively conversation about some award-winning recent fiction, all while enjoing a delicious Mexican brunch in the private dining room of El Poquito in Chestnut Hill! SING, UNBURIED, SING by Jesmyn Ward This novel was just awarded the 2017 National...

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National Book Award Nominee Erica Armstrong Dunbar

Join us as we welcome Erica Armstrong Dunbar, who will discuss her National Book Award-nominated book Never Caught. Erica Armstrong Dunbar is the Charles and Mary Beard Professor of History, Rutgers University and Director of the Program in African American History,...

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Author Cabaret

DATE: Friday, March 16 TIME: 8PM TO 10PM PLACE: Elkins Central: The Elk,ins Park Train Station Arts Venue Join us for a holiday celebration of the written word! It's a cabaret authorfest. A roster of talented authors willl take the mic and read to you from their work....

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Meet the Publisher

Your chance to talk with book publishing professionals. Introducing our Meet the Publisher series of book publishers who will be visiting Open Book Bookstore to talk about their work. Come and meet editors, publishers, publicists, and sales reps, and hear what they do...

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Storytime is coming back!

We're getting ready to bring back our popular story time. But first, we want to hear from you. How old is your child, and what times work best for you to bring them by Open Book Bookstore for story time? Email me at lynn@openbookphilly.com and let me...

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Dinner with a Book à la Française

Paris to the Moon

Dec. 6, 2016
 7 PM – 9 PM
Our popular French-themed dinner discussions at Spring Mill Café continue this fall with two dinners to celebrate Paris. Dinner #2 will feature “Paris to the Moon” by Adam Gopnick.

 Dinner and Discussion

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Genre Writing Classes

Open Book presents Genre writing classes, offering you the opportunity to try your hand at writing in a variety of genres. Each workshop is taught by an expert in a different genre. You can take a class in a genre you’re already working in, or something new, and try one, or try a few.

COST: Classes cost $30 each.

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