Saturday, January 31, 2009

Upcoming Events @ Aaron's Books

Feb 2-16
All books in the Clearance Section are FREE!
Bring your own Box or Bag!

Lincoln Historian Ronald WhiteSponsored by the Lancaster Literary Guild
Monday, Feb. 9, 7:30pm
First Presbyterian Church
140 E Orange Street, Lancaster
Ronald White, a highly-praised Lincoln scholar, will be visiting Lancaster in time to celebrate Abraham Lincoln's Bicentennial in February of 2009. White has examined Lincoln's speeches and writings in his biographies entitled Lincoln's Greatest Speech: The Second Inaugural and The Eloquent President. Lincoln's Greatest Speech hit the best-seller list of the Washington Post and was named a New York Times Notable Book of 2002. The Eloquent President was on the best-seller list of the Los Angeles Times and was listed in the History Book Club and the Book-of-the-Month Club.

Lovin' Lititz Every 2nd
Friday, Feb. 13
Stores on Broad & Main Streets open until 9pm
Aaron's Books will host the Society for Creative Anachronism, who will delight shoppers with tales and traditions of romance from the Middle Ages and Rennaisance Europe.

Lancaster Local Stock Exchange Discussion
Thursday, Feb. 19, 7pm

The Susquehanna Sustainable Business Network (ssbn) is sponsoring a discussions entitled Financial Infrastructure of Sustainable Economies: Restoring America's Regional Stock Exchanges with Franklin & Marshall Professor W. Trexler Proffitt, Jr., regarding the Lancaster Local Exchange (LanX) at Aaron's Books on Thursday February 19, at 7pm. The stock exchange was proposed by Mr. Proffitt in October and was recently honored in The New York Times Magazine's "Year in Ideas" issue. The Lancaster Sustainable Stock Exchange would cover Lancaster, York, Berks, Dauphin, Lebanon, Cumberland and Perry counties.

YA Author A.S. King
Discussing and signing
"The Dust of 100 Dogs"
Saturday, Feb 28

This is a great YA book that will appeal to adventure-loving adults as well.
We are so excited to have Amy at our store
Amy Sarig King was born in Reading, PA. Her short fiction has appeared in Washington Square, Contrary, Quality Women's Fiction, Eclectica, FRiGG, Word Riot, Ghoti Magazine, Amarillo Bay, Literary Mama and Underground Voices. Excerpts from her novel, Why People Take Pictures, have been featured on The Huffington Post and iVillage, and her story "Monica Never Shuts Up" has been nominated for Best New American Voices 2010.

A Theologian Looks At...
The Shack
Tuesday, March 3
Dr. Bruce Epperly of Lancaster Theological Seminary and Co-Pastor of Disciples United Community Church will lead a conversation on the best-selling book, "The Shack" by William Paul Young. Dr. Epperly is the author of 15 books, including "Holy Adventure: Forty One Days of Audacious Living," his response to the "Purpose Driven Life."

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