Do you love to cook and try new foods? This just might be the event for you! Cookbook Club is a lot like a conventional bookclub, but with a twist. Bring your favorite dish to share with the rest of the group! We’ll talk about the book and the recipes while enjoying an evening of really good food. Cookbook Club will meet every other month on the first Sunday evening.

March’s selection is “Milk Street: The New Rules ” by Christopher Kimball. This book promises recipes that are sure to change the way you cook! It’s a playbook for the new chef, as well as the seasoned chef who feels a bit stuck in a rut. Fun recipes include Vietnamese Chicken Salad, Indian-Spiced Potatoes and Peas, and Mexican Wedding Stew.

Purchase of this book is included in the ticket price! Register online and we’ll pull the book for you. Stop in the shop anytime to pick it up!

Please refer to our Terms & Conditions prior to registering.

Bring your knitting projects and join others for this informal knitting session each Saturday morning. Perfect for beginner or the experienced, the relaxed environment will provide a great backdrop for you to start your weekend off right! Bring in the project you’re working on, get some advice, or just have a cup of coffee and visit.

Get out of the house and come hang out with us in the shop! Kiddos will definitely have a good time at this morning of crafts, books, and snack creation!

Please note that registration is required for this event to ensure we have enough supplies for all of our guests.

Cost – $5 per family

Please refer to our Terms & Conditions prior to your ticket purchase.

February’s selection is Jello-O Girls by Allie Rowbottom 

In 1899, Allie Rowbottom’s extended family bought the patent to Jell-O for $450. The sale would turn out to be one of the most profitable business deals n American History, and the generations that followed enjoyed immense privilege- but they were also haunted by suicides, cancer, alcoholism, and mysterious ailments.

More than 100 years later, Rowbottom’s mother, Mary, began obsessively researching her family’s past, determined to understand and combat what she had come to consider the “Jell-O curse”. Before she died, Mary passed her research along to Rowbottom, in the hope that her daughter might someday write what she could not. Jell-O Girls is the liberation of that story.

A gripping examination of the dark side of an iconic American product and a moving portrait of the women who lived in its long shadow, Jell-O Girls is a family history, a feminist history, and a story of motherhood, love, and loss.

Purchase of the book from the shop is not required, but we do have copies available. RSVP’s are helpful so we know who to expect.

Bring your knitting projects and join others for this informal knitting session each Saturday morning. Perfect for beginner or the experienced, the relaxed environment will provide a great backdrop for you to start your weekend off right! Bring in the project you’re working on, get some advice, or just have a cup of coffee and visit.

Get out of the house and come hang out with us in the shop! Kiddos will definitely have a good time at this morning of crafts, books, and snack creation!

Please note that registration is required for this event to ensure we have enough supplies for all of our guests.

Cost – $5 per family

Please refer to our Terms & Conditions prior to your ticket purchase.

Join us in the bookshop kitchen with Hillary Needham! She’ll be talking chicken and what to do with it! She’ll start at the beginning, with how to cook a whole chicken and walk attendees through three different meals, Chicken and Noodles, Chicken Fried Rice, and White Chicken Enchiladas. She’ll also give you a few other ideas of dinners and give great tips (including the best way to freeze and thaw) along the way.

Space is limited to 8 participants.

Please note that while we are unable to serve wine, you are welcome to bring your own bottle to enjoy during the event.

Cost – $65 per person

Please refer to our Terms & Conditions prior to your ticket purchase.

 

Do you enjoy cooking but you don’t have the space? Want to make some new friends that enjoy cooking? Want to bring a group to try some new recipes? We’ll all be cooking together and sharing the meal. All skill levels welcome.

This month our menu will be from Caroline Wright’s Twenty Dollar, Twenty Minute Meals. We’ll be making a tossed salad, carrot ginger soup, baked butter beans in honeyed oregano tomato sauce with feta and pita, and toasted brioche with Meyer lemon curd and black peppered berries. Join us for this really fun night with friends!

Feel free to bring a bottle of wine or beverage of your choice!

Cost – $25

Please refer to our Terms & Conditions prior to your ticket purchase.

We’ll be beating the cold outside with Gingery Carrot Soup, Ham and Cheese Sliders, and Chewy Brownies. This is a hands on class where everyone will get the chance to participate.

Our Kids in the Kitchen classes are perfect for 8 and up.

$35 per person

Bring your knitting projects and join others for this informal knitting session each Saturday morning. Perfect for beginner or the experienced, the relaxed environment will provide a great backdrop for you to start your weekend off right! Bring in the project you’re working on, get some advice, or just have a cup of coffee and visit.