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Thursday, September 18, 2014

The Book Nook and Art at the Edge

 One of the coolest places to visit in Newburgh is the Book Nook and I am really glad to let you know that the Book Nook is a Participating Merchant Vendor during Art at the Edge

This week, I spent some time with Wynne, the shopkeeper, and she is really happy to hear that we're drawing people from all over the United States to visit Newburgh this fall.  

The Book Nook is housed in the cellar of what once was the town's bank.  It's an incredible structure.

And you can literally feel the history at the Book Nook. 

 If you're a reader and a book lover, you'll love this place and you might want to plan to spend some time...because Wynne has lots of books, new editions, old editions, collectable and historic editions...

 The Book Nook is chock full of wonderful books!

There's even a vault of books...the vault is still in place from whenever the building was a bank. 

Wynne is offering a special discount to everyone who attends Art at the Edge and ICE at the Edge...

During the weekend of October 24th-26th she is offering

a free used book with the purchase of 3 books...I am telling you...you will love this shop!

Because there are aisles and aisles and lots of little rooms with books from floor to ceiling...EVERYTHING you can imagine!

She even specializes in books on local history

The Book Nook should be on your "must visit" list when you come to Art at the Edge...
It's really charming and Wynne will be there to help with anything you might be looking for...Thank you Wynne for supporting Art at the Edge!  I can't wait for everyone coming to Newburgh to visit you at the Book Nook! 
If you'd like more information about Art at the Edge...click on the Icon at the right of the page to find out how to enroll. 
I hope to see you there!


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